Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

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In A Nutshell

A gaming-free sanctuary at the southernmost end of the Strip, occupying floors 35 – 39 of Mandalay Bay. Despite being connected to a larger resort, it has its own lobby, restaurants, pools, spa, and quiet/luxurious atmosphere.

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas


3960 Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89119

Hotel Type / Price Range

5-Star / Luxury – $$$$

Hotel Deals & Discounts

Hotel Features

Hotel Website

  • Year Built: 1999
  • Year Last Renovated: 2012
  • Minimum Room Size: 500 sq. ft. (Superior King Room)
  • Casino: No
  • Pool: Yes
  • Spa: Yes
  • Resort Fee: $45 USD per night
  • Parking Fee: $45 USD per day
  • Top Shows / Entertainment: N/A
  • Top Restaurants: The Veranda


The Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is located on the southernmost end of the Strip, offering a unique blend of elegance, convenience, and tranquility. Situated a few steps away from Mandalay Bay through a hidden door (it occupies floors 35 – 39 of Mandalay Bay), the hotel provides convenient access to a plethora of restaurants and bars in the Mandalay Bay complex.

Privacy, peace, and quiet are the name of the game here.


Recently renovated, the rooms at the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas exude an elegant resort feel, similar to all of their other properties!

But while it’s certainly not the nicest of all Four Seasons properties (the bathrooms specifically leave a lot to be desired), they boast one of the most comfortable hotel beds around.

Rooms are spacious, featuring large desks, enormous TVs with full media panels, and coffee makers. You’ll also get a choice between mountain view and strip view rooms. Rooms are decorated with neutrals, chrome and reflective surfaces with silvery blue/grey fabrics.

Restaurants / Bars

While the hotel itself has limited restaurant options, you will be steps away from Mandalay Bay, which houses a variety of dining establishments.

The Veranda, the all-day dining restaurant at Four Seasons, stands out with a beautiful outdoor terrace, personalized service, and a slight Italian influence. Press Bar has an outdoor terrace outfitted with fire pits, fairy lights, and a chilled-out vibe, perfect for a pre-dinner drink or a nightcap.

Don’t feel like leaving? There’s room service! The in-room dining menu at Four Seasons has a nice range of options, although it shines brightest at breakfast.


The Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas does not have its own casino. The absence of a casino offers a quiet retreat that is still seconds away from the loud and crazy Vegas scene.

Having said that, guests have easy access to the gaming options at Mandalay Bay.


The main draw of the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is its pool, known for its exceptional service, landscaping, and relaxed feel. The pool area may not be the most ornate or large, but the service is considered some of the best globally.

Guests can enjoy amenities such as frozen treats, iced water, and misting with Evian in the hot months. A special gate allows access to the massive pool complex at Mandalay Bay, including a wave pool with real sand and a lazy river.

Other facilities at the hotel include a well-equipped gym, a shop selling essentials and souvenirs, a business center, and the Forbes Five-Star Spa.

Among the usual massage and body treatment options, Four Seasons also offers Kalologie Medspa services, advanced medical spa treatments such as Injectables, Body Contouring, Skin Rejuvenation and IV Therapy.

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