"WHITE GLOVE SERVICE!"
Right deal...right days! Also got upgraded to 1 bedroom suite.. Class, class, class.. View was very nice as well. Only negative would be that the tub should be bigger and a spa type! The doorman was classy, friendly, and informative!
"Excellent hotel! "
Me and my husband and 14 of our friends stayed here for a week as we were getting married in the Venetian. Check in was really easy and all of the staff are super helpful. Rooms were huge and were really clean and modern. We also had a shower and a bath which was great. We had a problem with our safe one day big reception sent someone up straight away who fixed it for us. The location of the hotel is slightly out of the way as you have the walk through the Cosmopolitan or the Bellagio to get onto the strip but we didn't mind this. We chose this hotel because it doesn't have a casino and is smoke free which was important to us. We didn't use the pool so can't comment on that but it looked lovely as we could see it from our room. The onsite bar/restaurant and shop was really expensive but I guess this is to be expected. Food and drinks excellent though. We would definitely return if we ever coke back as overall it was a fantastic place to stay of you don't mind having to walk to get to everything.
"A 'Pleasant Surprise' worth price of admission"
After a long debate on whether to stay at Aria, Cosmo or Vdara, I’m so glad that I chose Vdara. Clustered right next to Aria and Cosmo, it was the most relaxed and quiet of the three but still offered enough entertainment to wet my whistle. I came to Vegas to celebrate my birthday weekend and had a blast. Vdara didn’t disappoint. Modern, sleek, clean lines with a focus on design are all standouts. Attention to detail is evident throughout the hotel. As a web/graphic designer, I even appreciated the use of non-lining figures and ligatures in the type used for the floor signage (typography nerds unite! lol). Our room was cozy and overlooked the Bellagio and it’s infamous water fountain. We had a corner suite which was spacious and modern. The sink was a bit small as well as the stove top but I had to plans to use either so it wasn’t an issue for me. Excellent views of the Vegas skyline as well as the Gass Peak mountains in the far distant. Vdara is convenient to the Vegas strip — a simple 7-8 min walk via Bellagio. You can also take the tram which goes to Aria as well as the Monte Carlo. Customer Service was superb. They surprised me with a champagne and chocolate—covered strawberry delight on the night of arrival. Talk about feeling like a star. They even surprised me on the second night of my stay (after a long day on the strip) with another serving of champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries. I normally don’t write reviews but after the service received at Vdara I had to. Check-in was a breeze and mobile check-out was just as convenient. I definitely plan to stay at Vdara in the future. I would recommend this hotel to family and friends without hesitation.
"Good for staying longterm and some other good plus points"
Place is OK. The room I stayed in was about 800 square feet of space with a full bath and a half bath. If the master bath was not so big there would be more space in the living area. It seemed like a waste of space. The elevators are all pretty fast at showing up. The location is great. The Bellagio, the Aria and Cosmopolitan are all right there.The room I stayed in had a lack of hooks in the bathrooms for hanging things or should I say no hooks at all. If you have a vehicle, you must valet it. It's great that you can exit onto the strip or if there is too much traffic, you can exit the backway over the otherside of the highway away from all the traffic for a quick get away. There are two big screen TV's and a very large refridgerator in the room. The bedroom and living room both have separate climate controls. Another plus point is that there's a CVS and Walgreens right nearby.
"Luxury at an affordable price"
Booked through a 3rd party site as a package deal for a good price. Room, flight and Cirque show all included. Booked a king bed studio suite for my GF and I and it was plenty of space. Didn't really know what to expect when i booked the room, i only did a brief search on Trip Advisor for the hotel before booking, and wasn't disappointed. At check in we were asked what the occasion for the visit was and i mentioned it was for my birthday, the lady gave us a free upgrade to a Belagio fountain room. Which did not disappoint at all. Very awesome view. All of the staff were very accommodating, friendly and helpful. I really appreciate the fact that there is no casino and the lobby area doesn't reek of cigarette smoke, smelled like a spa. The room itself was sleek, stylish and very modern. All of the finishes were extremely well done and the size of the room itself was spectacular, we were both very impressed. The room had a partition from the "living space" to the sleeping area, the partition was very well done with a large wall with two slick Samsung flat screens on each side. The automated blackout curtains and shades were a fantastic feature as well. Room had a small kitchenette with a stove a mini fridge and a kitchen table with 4 chairs. The entire room was beautifully put together and very spacious. The hotel is right next to the Aria in case you want to go and gamble which is nice, its a short walk. Also like that right outside the main lobby there is a designated area for ride share companies to pick you up The lobby of the hotel houses a very overpriced bar and an equally overpriced Starbucks and cafe. We ordered two well martinis and 2 bullet rye manhattans and the tab was 70 bucks, i get that its Vegas but that is super unreasonable. Also the Starbucks doesn't accept your earned rewards if you have the on your app. Got some bogus excuse that the machine didn't have the button to redeem the rewards, not a deal breaker but i hate BS excuses. I have stayed at a few different hotels on the strip and i would say that this one is easily the nicest. I would definitely stay at this hotel again and will think twice before booking anywhere else. The resort fee was about 80 bucks for both days which is kinda wack
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM