You’ve done the Strip, but have you done the Four Seasons? When talking Vegas, this luxurious staple often gets overlooked with all the fancy and themed competition lighting up the Boulevard. But rest assured this Four Seasons is a hotel experience worthy of its prestigious name. On the southern end of Las Vegas Boulevard, it’s far enough away from the main action to enjoy a less raucous scene…a welcome respite in a sin city.
Recommended Resort: The Four Seasons Las Vegas. This non-gaming property is a little piece of heaven in a town known for being a little devilish. Tranquil and elegant, it’s everything you’d expect in a Four Seasons, from well-appointed rooms to first class service. The hotel is small and intimate by Vegas standards, with 424 rooms that include 86 suites, sitting high above on the Mandalay Bay Tower’s 35th to 39th floors via private express elevators. If you do want get in on the high-stakes, Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino is right at your fingertips.
Check in: 3960 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas. 702-632-5000, fourseasons.com/lasvegas.
Check out: The hotel’s two dining venues, Verandah and Charlie Parker Steak. Verandah offers a mix of American and Italian fair in a gorgeous indoor/outdoor setting overlooking the gardens and pool. Charlie Parker Steak serves an innovative menu in an upscale dinning room and lives up to its reputation as one of the best steakhouses in Vegas.
Don’t Miss: What would a Four Seasons be without a fabulous spa? Luckily, the Vegas version is no exception with a delightful sanctuary of treatment and relaxation rooms. Sign up for the Vitality of the Glaciers, their signature facial, an intensive age defense treatment designed to rejuvenate cellular metabolism. The treatment begins with a cleansing using glacial spring water, rich in trace elements and minerals, which is followed by a dual-exfoliation process. An RNA, DNA and collagen treatment restores skin firmness, suppleness and resilience, with astonishing visible results.
Blog Post by Always a Bridesmaid Columnist Darren Elms.
Photos courtesy of The Four Seasons Las Vegas.