Great Vegas Suites

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The Presidential Strip View Suite’S dining room at the Four Seasons Las Vegas. The suite offers panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling windows.
The Presidential Strip View Suite’s dining room at the Four Seasons Las Vegas. The suite offers panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling windows.

Grab your bags, call your entourage, fuel your jets and head for the Las Vegas Strip. More specifically, head for these lavish Sin City suites.

The Presidential Strip View Suites at the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas are waiting for guests who appreciate a good view. Located on floors 35 to 39, guests will be awarded iconic strip views, courtesy of floor-to-ceiling, wraparound windows. Focusing attention inwards, strip-goers will see oversized, modern artwork on the walls and a sleek interior filling the 2,225-square-foot suite. With a separate living room and a dining room that seats eight, this is the place to entertain and enjoy pre-party cocktails before heading out for the evening.

After a night out of reveling, guests can return to the plush one-bedroom for a night of well-deserved rest. Have a larger party traveling together? Connect the main suite with up to three additional rooms for added opulence. The VIP experience doesn’t end there — guests will receive round-trip car transfers, in-suite check-in, complimentary unpacking and pressing, and daily breakfast for two in the room or at Veranda restaurant. At Veranda, Chef Antonio Minichiello of Naples, Italy, creates handmade pastas and seasonal specialties. The wood-fired oven adds a nice touch and for breakfast (or perhaps a late night snack) a donut machine turns out fresh, warm donuts. Want to enjoy dinner in a unique location? Four Seasons will be happy to arrange a helicopter trip to the base of the Grand Canyon, where guests will enjoy a meal prepared by the chefs. Luxury travel advisors booking their VIPs should contact Amanda Davis ([email protected]), reservations manager.

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The One-Bedroom Lago Suite at The Palazzo is spread over 1,943 square feet.
The One-Bedroom Lago Suite at The Palazzo is spread over 1,943 square feet. 

Las Vegas is the place to go for entertainment — for the best shows, casinos and concerts. But the fun doesn’t have to stop once you’ve entered your hotel room, because the Lago Media Suites at The Palazzo, on floors 47 to 49, were built with entertainment in mind. Guests may be distracted by the double-door, Italian marble entryway, but the best part of this suite is the media room complete with either a billiards table or workout room (each an option). We also like the idea of a late night movie on the 42-inch LCD HD TV complete with surround sound and seating for five; and, trust us, no movie is complete without ordering the Decadence D’Or Cupcake. This made-to-order, red velvet cupcake can be sent to the suite filled with chocolate ganache and fine Louis XIII cognac. To top it all off, this treat is covered with 14-karat gold flakes.

Want a more formal dining experience? The AquaKnox restaurant hosts the AquaKnox Experience dinner in the special wine tower room, which is complete with a customized chef’s tasting menu and wine pairings. In addition, there are several more dining options at The Venetian and The Palazzo, which boast 15 celebrity chef restaurants, including Carnevino from Mario Batali, db Brasserie from Daniel Boulud, CUT from Wolfgang Puck and Bouchon from Thomas Keller. After a night of fine dining, return to the suite and relax (the marble bathroom has a jetted tub). And for one last dose of entertainment, before heading out of town in the morning, make sure to arrange a joy ride around the Strip in either a Ferrari or Maserati. Contact Cecilia Darr ([email protected]), supervisor concierge services.

Pablo Picasso’s “Femme au Collier Jaune” is one of his 43 works being shown at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art.
 
Pablo Picasso’s “Femme au Collier Jaune” is one of his 43 works being shown at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art.

Picasso at Bellagio

The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art in the center of the Bellagio Hotel and Casino is showing, “Picasso – Creatures and Creativity,” a display of 43 works of art from the famed 20th-century artist, Pablo Picasso. The theme of the pieces is the human figure and includes works from 1938 to 1971. The show runs from July 3 to January 10, 2016. Tip: Guests should aim to arrive at the exhibit by 7 p.m. at the latest, as it closes at 8 p.m. every day. Daily tours are available.

 

 

 

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