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For families who want a full-service hotel and non-partiers who can afford it, the Four Seasons Hotel is, at 424 rooms, one of the few moderately-sized (by Las Vegas standards) upscale accommodations. Full review →
Located on the upper floors of the Mandalay Bay complex, this hotel has a distinguished private entrance, casino-free lobby, and private elevators and hallways.
The experience here has little to do with Vegas and everything to with the hushed, refined, and comfortable Four Seasons atmosphere.Service is incredibly helpful (a team of concierges will tackle your request, such as hunting down a specific handbag), though the rooms could probably use some refreshing.
"I’ve stayed at other hotels in Vegas but will never stay anywhere else after my amazing experience here." Full review →
A rare boutique Four Seasons, this hotel-within-a-hotel secreted away on floors 35 to 39 of the Mandalay Bay provides a casino-free respite from Vegas. Full review →
If peace and quiet are what you're after, this is your spot. Full review →
With all of the action surrounding the Las Vegas Strip, a luxury hotel away from the hustle and bustle could be just what you need. Full review →
Various mammoth Vegas hotels attempt to position themselves as luxury resorts... But this is one of the few that can truly lay claim to that title. Full review →
Given the white-gloved service and understated elegant rooms and suites, it's hard to believe that the hotel is in the same complex as the dynamic Mandalay Bay. Full review →
Hotel-within-a-hotel oasis with Art Deco interiors, a spa and access to Mandalay Bay's megaresort facilities. Full review →
Offers luxuriously appointed, as-new rooms, furnished in the Strip's most current styles and managed by a brand synonymous with luxury, attention to detail and the highest levels of service. Full review →
Occupying the 35th to 39th floors of the Mandalay Bay Resort's 43-story glass tower is this quiet, elegant retreat from glitter.
The Las Vegas outpost of this venerable luxury chain is a rare quiet refuge from the casino cacophony. Full review →
This hotel—intimate, casino-free and service-oriented—is the antithesis of the typical Las Vegas Strip resort. Full review →For views of The Strip as well as wake-you-up sunrises, choose odd-numbered rooms in the -101 to -135 series and even-numbered rooms in the -212 to -226 series.
This high-end boutique hotel is a secretive escape from the Strip's frenetic action. Full review →
It has its own private driveway, entrance, lobby, valet and crack concierge staff, as well as an award-winning spa, landscaped gardens surrounding a secluded pool, restaurants and lounges. Full review →
The first hotel to open in Vegas without a casino... the Four Seasons is arguably still the best of this growing breed. Full review →
"You'll never know you are so close to a casino" at this "oasis of calm" on the Strip located on the top five floors of Mandalay Bay's tower.
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