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Over Vdara Hotel & Spa
Verwend worden in een stijlvolle omgeving, dat is wel wat u mag verwachten van dit eersteklasse hotel met een persoonlijke service in een warme en gastvrije sfeer. Het Vdara, een oase van rust, speciaal ontworpen voor gasten die uit zijn op vertier, maar willen verblijven in een exclusieve, rookvrije omgeving zonder casino. Het hotel heeft directe toegang tot alle entertainmentopties, winkels, restaurants en uitgaansgelegenheden van het CityCenter Las Vegas. De kamers zijn comfortabel ingericht en van alle moderne gemakken voorzien.
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KamerbeschrijvingenStandard Deluxe Suite
Airco, WiFi, televisie, dvd-speler, telefoon, koelkastje, kookplaat, eettafel, strijkfaciliteiten, kluisje, föhn. Badkamer met bad en douche. Zihoek.
Premium View Deluxe Suite
Zoals Standard Deluxe Suite, uitzicht op het zwembad/meer.
Zoals Standard Deluxe Suite, ruimer, aparte slaapkamer, woonkamer, keuken. Grote koelkast. Wasmachine en droger. Spa-badkamer.
Gelegen in het centrum van Las Vegas.
• Diverse golfbanen
• Excursies in Las Vegas en de Grand Canyon
Las Vegas is vooral bekend vanwege de extravagante casino's en thema-hotels. De bekendste bevinden zich aan de Strip, een 4 mijl (6,4 km) lang stuk van de Las Vegas Boulevard. Las Vegas herbergt sinds jaren de grootste amusementsindustrie ter wereld. Veel bekende artiesten traden en treden op in Las Vegas, zoals Elvis Presley, Tom Jones, Barry Manilow, Céline Dion en zelfs 'onze eigen' Hans Klok.
"Nice sized room & quiet, but not 5 stars"
The room was pretty nice sized with a sitting area in addition to the bedroom and a little kitchenette. The bed was fine and the facilities and wifi worked and it was quiet. That's about the best I can share for what could be a finer experience. Just an example of some simple things that could have been improved: - the clock next to the bed was broken. It read 12:75am when I came in and try as I might it could not be set right. I can't imagine why the personnel that tend to the room wouldn't notice and get rid of it. - the bathroom sink faucet was not firmly secured so every time you turned water on or off the whole assembly bounced around. At least it worked. - the kitchenette though nice to look at was pretty useless. At min it should have had a coffee maker and some coffee. Even basic hotels offer in-room coffee or tea. Here you have a whole kitchenette and no coffee. There was also no towel or paper towel or anything remotely useful to take advantage of the cooktop or the microwave. No utensils or silverware of any kind. Nothing to even boil water in. In a nutshell: comfortable but bare bones
We travelled to Las Vegas for my husband's 50th birthday. I arranged for some balloons to be delivered to our room (at a cost). The hotel gave us a complimentary upgrade to the 50th floor (nice touch!) with a view overlooking the Bellagio fountains - plus, from that height, the majority of Las Vegas and the mountains beyond. The check in process was very pleasant, quick and easy. Without a casino the lobby and downstairs areas aren't as opulent as some of the other hotels but, in contrast, they are very calm and peaceful without cigarette / cigar smoke hanging around. The location of the hotel provided a great base to see the majority of Las Vegas with a tram taking you to Aria (although its possibly quicker to walk!) and Monte Carlo. There's also a covered walkway taking you directly into the Bellagio. Access to the strip is through the Aria or Bellagio. We did walk all the way to Stratosphere from the hotel but this is further than we thought - and through a slightly shady area. I would recommend catching a Deuce bus. We caught one back. The suite we were in was lovely, very spacious with separate bedroom and seating areas. There's no kitchenware in the kitchenette but we weren't planning on doing any self catering anyway so this wasn't an issue for us. The only downside to the hotel room was the lack of tea / coffee making facilities. All in all I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone wanting to stay in Las Vegas. We had a most memorable stay there.
"Great Value Resort"
If you're after a quieter, smoke free hotel that is pretty much perfectly located and with great service then Vdara is definitely the hotel to stay at in Las Vegas. I stayed in a fountain view suite on the 40th floor for 10 nights and the whole experience was trouble free and enjoyable. Arrived to check in on a Sunday afternoon (granted not a peak time) and waited only 5 minutes. I had two separate reservations (in different room types) due to a MyVegas comp stay and the server was only too happy to roll into one to ensure I wouldn't need to suffer the inconvenience of changing rooms. Room was extremely clean and the tub in the bathroom was a great addition. Room service was of good quality and I barely waited 30 minutes for any of my meals. I also made use of the Market Cafe in the lobby which was always quite busy. If I had a real negative thing to report it would be the wait times and some of the prices of the takeout meals at this cafe, often waiting 45 minutes. People have been angry in the past about cutlery not being made available in the rooms despite there being full kitchen facilities, and while I agree it would be a very simple addition for all rooms I didn't find it hard to use the plastic ones freely available at the cafe. Also you can always call the front desk/room service for silverware to be brought to the room. I couldn't find any fault with the motorised blackouts and shades on the windows. Both provided almost 100% blackout expect for bleeding light around the window frames which is to be expected. The bed could have been slightly firmer as one of the sides (the king was two beds locked together) had a large divot in the middle and wasn't at all comfortable. The pillows were also standard lumpy/inconsistent, but surprisingly I still slept very well. One of the best attributes of Vdara is the perfect location being accessible to Aria/Bellagio and the monorail service to Monte Carlo. I never waited more than 2 minutes for a Uber or Taxi. Being a smaller hotel, there was also barely any waiting around for elevators to the rooms at any hour. It was surprising though that it wasn't a requirement to swipe your card to gain access to the guest room floors once in the lift. A guard was placed outside the entrance to them but never asked to see a room card (unlike at Aria). Not that I ever felt like my safety was at risk at any time, just something you usually see everywhere else these days. Check out was painless done via the TV in the room, very handy when the line downstairs is at capacity. Overall a really great stay, made more amazing by the phenomenal view.
"Condo in Vegas"
My room was a condo that was turned into a hotel room. So the room came with a kitchen. Unlike the other hotels in Vegas where you have to walk through the casino to check in, you can check in like a regular hotel. They don't have a casino so it's smoke free and a bit more family friendly. My favorite thing about this hotel is the bed. They are so comfortable. The sheets are so luxurious. I wanted to buy them... until I saw the prices. I guess the only downside is that there isn't much to do here. But you can always hop into a cab and go shopping, gambling, or watch a show.
"Anniversary treat "
Visited earlier in the year as an anniversary treat. We settled on the Vdara as we wanted a hotel without a casino. It's an oasis of calm in an often crazy town, sleek, elegant and brilliantly positioned in the centre of the strip, easy access to the transport and the Bellagio. Great rooms with kitchen facilities and we were lucky enough to have incredible views of the Bellagio fountains, a treat at night. Visited the pool and spa, the spa in particular was a real treat. Peaceful, was on my own for a lot of the time, totally relaxed and refreshed and staff were always attentive. Also had one of the best burgers I've ever had at the pool bar, couldn't fault it.
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