Four Seasons Las Vegas lobby

Four Seasons Las Vegas

I recently returned from a trip to the US Southwest’s National Parks with my family, which began with a stay at the Four Seasons Las Vegas. I chose the Four Seasons Las Vegas because I’ve always felt it’s the best option for families in the city, and my stay confirmed it!

Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay
My husband and daughter in Las Vegas

Located on the top floors of Mandalay Bay, guests of the Four Seasons enter the hotel through a separate entrance and lobby. Immediately upon walking through the doors, I felt a world away from the craziness of Las Vegas yet really liked the fact that I could quickly access a host of restaurants, shows, etc. right within the same building when desired. (Cirque du Soleil’s “One” tribute to Michael Jackson was a highlight of our stay and located right there at Mandalay Bay.)

Four Seasons Las Vegas lobby
Lobby at the Four Seasons Las Vegas
Cirque du Soleil's One show at Mandalay Bay
At Cirque du Soleil’s “One”

In the spirit of welcoming families typical of Four Seasons hotels, connecting room options are numerous at the Four Seasons Las Vegas (which are generally not easy to find in Las Vegas otherwise). My family of four stayed in connecting Strip View rooms – they were spacious and beautifully appointed, and the views of the lights at night were fun to come home to in the evenings.

Strip View King room at the Four Seasons Las Vegas
Strip View Double Room at the Four Seasons Las Vegas

Guest of the Four Seasons Las Vegas have access to all of the perks one expects to find at a Four Seasons property. Fantastic dining, a top-notch spa, and attentive service are all part of the experience of staying at this hotel. My family particularly enjoyed our afternoons at the pool which offered plenty of shade, great pool-side dining, and complimentary treats delivered throughout the day.

Four Seasons Las Vegas pool
Pool time at the Four Seasons Las Vegas
Four Seasons Las Vegas pool time
Relaxing by the pool at the Four Seasons Las Vegas

I would be remiss not to mention the concierge team at the Four Seasons Las Vegas – they do an outstanding job. There was never a line (because the Concierge Desk was always well staffed), and each person I spoke to was super knowledgeable and helpful. From show tickets to dinner reservations to advice about when to go to the Hoover Dam to avoid the crowds, they knew exactly what the best options were for my family. I also loved the fact that whoever was helping me would always follow up with a text on my cell phone to confirm whatever had been booked for me.

Hoover Dam, Nevada
Exploring the Hoover Dam
Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay
Exploring Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay

My firm is part of the Four Seasons Preferred Partner network, so I’m able to offer the following complimentary amenities per room whenever I book a stay for a client at the Four Seasons Las Vegas:

  • Daily full American breakfast for two people per bedroom, served through In-Room Dining or in the hotel restaurant (including buffets)
  • Spa credit of USD100 once during stay
  • Upgrade of one category, based on availability at time of check-in (excluding signature suites, villas, and private residences)

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