Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
Five-star, non-gaming luxury hotel. 424 rooms and suites located on the top floors of Mandalay Bay hotel. Great views for every room. Four restaurants and lounges, 24 hour concierge, a Health Club and Spa, private pool, Business Center and extensive meeting facilities.
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas Hotel Map
3960 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89119
Green circle indicates hotel location on the map.
From I-15: Exit Either Russell Road or Tropicana. Exit Russell Rd. East. At Las Vegas Blvd. turn left (North) and the entrance will be on the left. Follow the signs to Valet and Self Park. Exit Tropicana. At Las Vegas Blvd. turn right (South) and the entrance will be one block down on the right. Follow the signs to Valet and Self Park.
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas Deluxe Room
Extra-spacious Deluxe Rooms offer spectacular views of the Strip, the city, the mountains and surrounding desert from their floor-to-ceiling windows. Deluxe Rooms measure 500 to 550 square feet (46 to 51 square metres).The inviting sitting area includes an executive writing desk, overstuffed chair and ottoman. The marble bathroom features a separate deep soaking tub and glass-enclosed shower.
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas Spa
Sixteen elegantly appointed treatment rooms available. Enjoy a Relaxation Room for rejuvenating; a hydrotone thermal capsule tub with Vichy shower; a large steam room facility; and men's and women's locker rooms with a club-like setting. Treatments Available:
In Room Massage for Guests
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas Salon
Innovative hair treatments and styling
Make-up application and consultation
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas Swimming Pool
The outdoor pool and two whirlpools are open daily from 10:00 am to sunset. The expansive, lushly landscaped pool deck includes chaises longues and complimentary private cabanas, complete with telephone services and cooling misters. We serve light meals and smoothies poolside. Attendants are nearby with Evian spritz, fresh fruit, and chilled water. Guests who arrive unprepared will discover that the Hotel also has disposable swimsuits available for use.
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas Dining
The Verandah offers an informal dining experience for breakfast, lunch and dinner with a degree of comfortable sophistication. An outdoor terrace and indoor dining provide the relaxed setting of a Mediterranean mansion overlooking the lush gardens of the Four Seasons pool.
Charlie Palmer Steak
In the tradition of a great steakhouse, Charlie Palmer Steak is comfortable and spacious with an understated, clubby atmosphere. Located off the Hotel's main lobby, the restaurant is quickly establishing itself as one of the most innovative steakhouses in Las Vegas.
Total guest rooms at this hotel: 400 rooms
Hotel rating: 5 star hotel
Hotel location: South Strip, Las Vegas
Distance of the hotel to Las Vegas McCarran Airport (LAS): about 1 miles.
Suites at hotel: Yes
Two room suites at hotel: Yes
Handicapped guest rooms at hotel: Yes.
Maximum guests allowed in one hotel room: 4 guests
Children stay free: No, children will be counted as chargeable guests at this hotel.
High speed Internet at hotel: Yes. A fee may be required to use the Internet connection at this hotel.
Refrigerator in hotel guest rooms: Refrigerator on request only. A fee may be required.
Safe in hotel guest rooms: Yes
Room service at this hotel: Yes.
Minimum guest age to book this hotel: 21
Hotel restaurants: Yes, This hotel has 2 restaurants.
Swimming pool at hotel: Yes.
Business Center at hotel: Yes.
Pets allowed at this hotel: Yes, a fee may be required.
Parking garage at this hotel: Yes.
Airport Shuttle: This hotel does not offer their own shuttle service to Las Vegas McCarran Airport (LAS). There are 24 hours public shuttle services from Las Vegas airport to most Las Vegas hotels. It cost about $5 per person one way. No reservation needed. When you need to return to the airport from your Las Vegas hotel, just call the shuttle company. They will go to your Las Vegas hotel to pick you up.
Childcare at hotel: This hotel has childcare facility on site.
Information is subject to change without notice.
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