First Look: New Room Design at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas


Heads up, Vegas fans! Details have been announced for a full guest room refurbishment at the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, which is slated to be complete by December 17.

In addition to decorative enhancements—which we hear will evoke the Art Deco period—other new features will include a multi-media hub on all televisions as well as convenience outlets in lamp bases (convenient for charging personal electronic devices); sofas with pull-out sleepers in all suites; backlit mirrors (some with integrated TV screens) in  all bathrooms.

Four Seasons guest rooms and suites are located on floors 35 – 39 of the Mandalay Bay tower, and we hear the views from the floor-to ceiling windows are impressive. But real Vegas aficionados will want to book the suites, which have panoramic views of the Strip or the Las Vegas valley.

The Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is located at 3960 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada. Visit for more information.

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