The Four Seasons is looking to be a major player in Las Vegas. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas has undergone a fancy facelift — all while staying true to its superior service. Here are five reasons why we can’t take our eyes off of the resort:
1. Art Deco equals an A-plus. The old Four Seasons Las Vegas rooms were blah. Think beige, cream and lots of other neutral colors. But thanks to a recent 424-guest room and suites renovation, a chic, Art Deco retreat has been born. Expect to see massive pieces of modern art, mahogany and cream accoutrements, classic marble flooring, a desk stationed in perfect proximity to panoramic Strip views and a soft bed (complemented by silver leaf and nail headboard accents) your body will just sink into. Out with the old and in with the new has never felt so good. (Check into the hotel’s 2,225-square-foot Presidential Strip-View Suite for an all-out experience.)
2. Get the Ultimate. It would be sacrilege to stay at Four Seasons Las Vegas and not visit its Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star spa. Be sure to book an appointment for the 80-minute Four Seasons Ultimate. This service includes an antioxidant and collagen peel and a customized mask and facelift plump (no surgery needed!) to decrease wrinkles. Insider’s tip: When making your reservation, ask for lead aesthetician Heather — you’ll thank us later.
3. Dinner is delicious. Chef Antonio Minichiello grew up in Naples, Italy. Need we say more? He infuses savory flavors and fresh ingredients into every meal at Verandah, the hotel’s Italian restaurant. For a hearty supper, we recommend the Sicilian meatballs as an appetizer, a plate of the risotto ai funghi (porcini mushroom risotto, Italian sausage and taleggio cheese) and the stracotta di manzo (braised short ribs, organic polenta, Swiss chard and gouda fondue) for your main course. Now that’s amore!
4. Pop by Press. Things are changing around Four Seasons Las Vegas in a major way. In April, Press, an indoor/outdoor lobby bar, is slated to open offering handcrafted speakeasy cocktails, draft beer and 16 varietals of wines by the glass. Cozy up around one of the two outdoor fire pits with small plates filled with everything from salads and panini to fruit cups and chocolate truffles.
5. You’re more than just a guest. A few months ago, a hotel guest who frequents the property went to Verandah for breakfast. During his visit, he ordered a dish and requested extra hot sauce with it. This didn’t go unnoticed. The next time he went in for breakfast, Leo, one of the servers, remembered that this patron favors fiery flavorings, and so he brought some peppers from his personal home garden and served them on the side as a condiment to accompany the main dish. (Nice, huh?) At Four Seasons Las Vegas, guests just aren’t faces — they are family.
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