We stayed at the City Corner room and it was excellent. It is actually a serviced apartment because you get a stove, dining table and laundry machine, dryer with the bonus housekeeping. The apartment was huge – 2 TVs, large bedroom and separate lounge, bath tub, double vanity, the list goes on. It is in the heart of the Strip and right next to Aria so close to all the excitement of Las Vegas. The only issue is that since it is in the heart of the city, EVERYTHING around it is expensive i.e. places to eat. Couple this with the mandatory $32.50USD Resort Fee per night and things start to stack up quite quickly (when we booked, it said the fee was only $25USD per night so it was quite a shock when we departed and got handed the bill. Concierge was nice enough to waiver a percentage once we highlighted this). Excellent hotel and great stay but factor in these costs and upgrade if you get a discount, it is worth it.
Each suite has a gourmet kitchen and premium amenities at Vdara Hotel & Spa, a luxury hotel without so much as a single slot machine. Designed to be both environmentally sound and visually stunning, this 57-story slice of heaven attracts a discerning crowd. Each of the hotel’s 1,495 suites features a gourmet kitchen with full amenities. Beds are dressed with luxury linens and look out over floor-to-ceiling windows. Plush robes hang in every closet, while deluxe amenity products are provided in every bathroom. Wi-Fi is free
Vdara Hotel Las Vegas
2600 W Harmon Ave,
Las Vegas, NV