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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 aan de Strip.
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.
"Almost a perfect trip but one negative experience has a follow-up trip in doubt..."
Hi! My girlfriend and myself took a spontaneous trip to Las Vegas to see Celine Dion, Britney Spears, and the Billboard Music Awards. In the past three trips we have stayed at Encore twice, and Hotel Nobu once. Due to the last-minute nature of our trip almost all of the hotels were booked up for BBMA's/Canadian long weekend and we selected Vdara. Vdara is one of the only non-smoking/non-casino hotel on the trip, but is attached to the Aria and Bellagio which makes it feel like you are as close to a casino that you need to be. It is very contemporary and new, and I would easily compare it to a suite at Sheraton/Marriott/Westin style hotel. We opted for the Executive Corner Suite which was 811 sq ft with two washrooms, motorized blinds, two tv's, laundry, and a full kitchen. A lot of that not totally necessary, but nice compared to prices of other rooms that did not have these amenities. My girlfriend and I were discussing RETURNING to the V'dara rather than Encore on our next Las Vegas adventure but there is one negative customer-experience moment that weighted heavily on my trip that I do not feel they full rectified or addressed. I've broken the trip down into sections below. THE PRE-TRIP / CONCIERGE / VIP ARRIVAL Concerige was great, reached via e-mail and assisted with spa reservations as well as restaurant reservations at places that were booked solid. They also provided lots of car rental, excursion options and helped arrange for a nice welcome-treat in the room upon our check-in. We opted for the "VIP Arrival" which provides first-class ground transport from the airport, curbside check-in with an escort to your room, early check-in, and turn-down service. The cost of a black sedan from Vegas airport to hotel is typically $60-75, so for $100 I think this is a pretty great up-sell and well priced if you don't like waiting in line or waiting for a room. ROOM As mentioned above the room was very contemporary, spacious, lots of areas to relax, or eat as well as a full kitchen (great for leftovers!), two washrooms, two tv's, an extremely spacious washroom with a deep-tub and two sinks for getting ready. The view was quite awesome and the motorized blinds were a nice touch to give you full perspective of the strip. TRANSPORTATION It is very easy to get around with the hotel direct connected to Aria and Bellagio, making it easy to walk to either casino and onto the strip within a matter of minutes. There is also a tram station that takes you around a few of the different casinos. V'dara is an "MLife" property and between Aria, V'dara and Bellagio you almost feel you do not need to discover the rest of the strip but you can do so easily if you are committed to. FOOD / RESTAURANTS / ROOM SERVICE The food program at this hotel is great. For room service we had espresso martinis, and a pizza that were great. For restaurants we had an AMAZING brunch at Bardot Brasserie, as well as a great late night dinner at Lemmongrass. This definitely weighed in our thoughts of ditching Encore and coming to V'dara again next time. The pool-side food and drink we had was also very, very good and better than most hotels on the strip. POOL / GYM / SPA The spa was amazing, very contemporary and relaxing. I did a detox aromatherapy massage that left me very energized and my girlfriend had a deep tissue massage and a facial. However, we were disappointed when the morning of our "spa day" they cancelled two of my girlfriends treatments without any sort of explanation or compensation. The gym was very nice with lots of new equipment, but was a bit upset to see lots of garbage and dirty towels laying around. On one of the days we rented a day-bed at the pool and just hung out there for most of the day. It was EXTREMELY hot but we had some great snacks and drinks as well as their signature beverage of mango rum served in a coconut. Again, I felt like there was a bit too much trash being left around with servers letting empty cups/plates pile up so much so that I saw at least a few patrons hand things to life guards while they were walking by and the life guards were making jokes about it. But overall, it was a much more relaxing pool atmopshere than I have experienced at other hotels of this size. LOYALTY PROGRAM The loyalty program is "MLife" and it leaves a bit to be desired. My last trip to the Encore I spent a similar amount of money and I had an upscale dinner comped ($200-$250 value), as well as $75 knocked off my bill. For the similar spend at M Life I got $15 in free play, and $5 off my next hotel reservation. I don't know about you but I tend to lean towards the places that will give me free dinners and discounts! "THE INCIDENT" On the last night night of our trip, my girlfriend and myself returned to our room at 12:00 AM to find neither of our key cards to the room worked. After a long day this is always disappointing, but accidents happen...until I found out that we were intentionally locked out of the room. With no house phone on the 23rd floor (big mistake), I headed downstairs to the lobby and waited in the check-in line which was long as many people with late flights had arrived prior to a conference the next day. I finally got to the front, and found out that the hotel intentionally locked me out of my room because a $200 charge did not go through on the card they have on file for me. I honestly was in shock, I have stayed in dozens of nice hotels and have never been locked out of my room over this. I understand them leaving a message, but TYPICALLY all outstanding charges are resolved when you check-out. I was traveling internationally and it turned out although I had plenty of funds on my card available, the use in Vegas kicked in my banks "fraud prevention" and it locked my card. To be honest, I'm not typically spending $200 poolside in Vegas on coconuts and chicken dippers. Of course, I was only carrying one credit-card with me, but the hotel staff was very belligerent and treated me like a second-class citizen, trying to rip them off. I really did not understand why "pay-as-you go" was so important to them, when with any other hotel stay I ever had they would resolve any issues at check-out, or perhaps maybe even call me? They had no problem e-mailing me 1000x day about spa/hotel matters. Basically, the hotel would not open our room until I paid $200 plus an additional $300 security deposit even thou we were leaving in the morning. The whole thing was extremely ridiculous to think they are locking out guests the moment there is an issue with a card on file that they are trying to charge every single day. I am not sure if I dislike the policy as much as I don't like how they handled it. Finally, I head back up the room...and the key still doesn't work. So I head back down again to the front desk (remember no house phone!), and explain after paying the ransom my room key still will not open the room. I went back to the room and waited and finally a hotel security guard came and opened the room for us. The next morning when I checked out I explained what happened but the hotel staff really didn't seem to care. Honestly, I guess lots of people charge up things on their last day and try to skip town but this doesn't mean they should treat everybody like they are trying to rip the hotel off. It is demeaning and embarrassing. If that incident didn't happen, I think you are FOR SURE looking at a return-trip and a 4-5 star review but people go to Vegas to be made to feel like kings, not criminals.
We travelled to the Vdara Hotel and Spa for our Honeymoon on May 10th 2016 until May18th 2016. To say we were satisfied with our stay is simply an understatement. We stayed in the panoramic suite and we were pleased with the space, layout and cleanliness of the room. The location is fantastic, right behind Aria and essentially, middle of the strip. My husband and I don't mind trekking so the walk to both ends of the strip was both enjoyable-and our base being in the middle was incredibly convenient. We are looking to travel to the USA again in the future with our 2 children and the Vdara will provide us with our Las Vegas accommodation. The Vdara has the wow factor of Vegas, without the overwhelming noise and stimulation. A great place to retreat to after being on the go during the day.
"Love this hotel!"
This is a hidden gem just off the strip--between Aria and Belligio. I loved this boutique hotel with spacious rooms! The spa is a wonderful spot for true relaxation. It doesn't have a casino but two are very close walking distance. Fantastic restaurant and service.
"Good times at Vdara - watch bill!"
Stayed at Vdara as wife does the spa thing instead of the tables and it was nice not to have the casino crowd in the lobby. Easy walk to Aria and Bellagio for the poker... Restaurants were good and always great to have Starbucks in the lobby. Room was perfect - got the exec corner suite. Only complaint was the minimal amount of bath amenities. Also note to CHECK YOUR BILL. We checked out on Friday but stayed at the pool due to a late flight. I paid all expenses at checkout including the cabana . While sitting there I got an Amex alert of a large charge from Vdara so I went to the front desk. Guy didn't know what it was, and the manager came over and said 'sometimes we see these phantom charges and we don't know why! Not comforting. He reversed it and I got his name and number. But had I not gotten the Amex alert I wouldn't have known until the bill came, and then I would have had to fight it from afar. Other than that I'd recommend Vdara.
"LOVE THIS VEGAS HOTEL"
I recently visited this hotel for the 3rd time while vacationing in Vegas. They never let me down. Each time I visit they continue to give fantastic customer service. First we checked in right away. When asked for an upgraded room, they more then accommodated our request. It was our 25th wedding anniversary and the front desk representative Vea sent up champagne and chocolate strawberries to our upgraded room for the event. This hotel in in my top 3 hotels I have stayed in the world. I highly recommend Vdara Hotel and Spa for your next visit to Las Vegas.
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