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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.
"Great Rooms â€“ Parking Is a Hassle"
Vdara is great. Weâ€™ve stayed here before and both times in the Panoramic Suite which is an end unit with windows on three sides of the room. Room was very clean and well maintained. The hotel cleaning staff are not only excellent in their work, but also very courteous and flexible with their cleaning schedules. Our room included a washer/dryer and we did wash some clothes. It was easy, we just called housekeeping and they sent up some detergent free of charge! The room also had a full size refrigerator, dish washer, sink and mini-bar. It lacked a coffee maker though. Having a coffee maker would be a nice improvement. The room included two televisions, one in the bed room and one in the sitting area. The TV in the bedroom did not work. We called maintenance and they said it worked, but it didnâ€™t. The price of the hotel/value for Las Vegas was a bit high. Also, they now charge for parking. Valet parking is $18/day and self-parking is $10/day. Unfortunately, the Self-Parking is not located at the hotel itself, it is at the Aria hotel across the street which seems like a short distance but is indeed quite a mess to get over to, especially if you have a lot of bags/luggage. There is a lack of good food places in Vdara, but luckily Aria, across the street, has plenty of eating places to choose from. One tip would be about bottled water. You can buy it in the hotel lobby for about $5/bottle in the Market CafÃ© or $6.25/bottle at Starbucks or you can go across the street and stock up from Walgreens for about $1/bottle. I would stay here again if the price is cheaper than it was on this trip.
We have stayed in 4 different hotels when visiting Las Vegas and Vdara for us is the best, great location behind the Aria with easy access to the strip via the Bellagio ( just follow the corridor to the right of the lifts) the rooms are large and clean with a small kitchen (request crockery etc. If not already in the room) we had a room at the rear with fantastic views overlooking the mountains on floor 19, all the staff were friendly and efficient, so many thanks to all at the Vdara for making our stay such a great experience.
Makes such a difference to be away from the crowds in hotels that have a casino. Suites are beautiful with lovely bathrooms. Electric shades and blackout blinds are great for the heat. Mini bar and Kitchens well stocked.
"Stay at the Aria, lots of add on fees"
I would recommend staying at Aria, or Cosmopolitan rather than Vdara. When they first opened it was 5 Stars, unfortunately they have let small things change the hotel. Your only choice for parking is to pay $18.00 per day for valet (even if you are a Mlife member). The additional $35.00 resort fee is the same as the Aria, or Cosmo but the pools, gyms, and restaurants are much better at the other hotels. We booked our rom for $119.00 the total bill just for the taxes, parking, and resort fees made it so our room for a one night stay was over the $200.00. When I called to ask for an extended check out (12:00/noon) they said no problem but if I was to stay longer that I would need to pay an additional $20 to be able to check out at noon.
I'd stayed here a few times and appreciated the friendliness of the staffs and the peace and quiet that this resort offers. When I checked in yesterday, I found out that my reservation from hotel.com was cancelled due to my credit card info was stole and I didn't have chance to update it. So I called Hotels.com and booked another reservation in the lobby. When I talked to one of the receptionist - Kemet, he couldn't find my reservation in the system because it hasn't show up yet. I showed him my reservation no. on cell phone why he was trying to retreive my info. He then said wait and turned around and walked into the back office with my cell phone in his hand. I didn't feel comfortable at all when he did that but it happened too fast. He came back and made come phone calls and I could hardly make out what he was talking about. While I was waiting for him to figures things out, the receptionist next to him name Philip was checking in with another couple. Philip was warm, friendly and made friendly chats while Kemet was cold, distant and didn't offer any hospitality. I was wondering how he got the job in the first place while all the other staffs were friendly and courtesy. I was waiting for my room since it wasn't ready. When I got back in line, he was smiling at a lady and was very friendly to her. I guess he picks and chooses whom he wants to be friendly and I don't find him professional. I like Vdara and hope they train all of their staffs know what hospitality means. When people pay close to $300 per room per night. The mininum that a staff can do is to smile. I was smiling the whole time and didn't want him to impact my mood. But I do feel like this is something that I want to address for I want to return to Adara again in the future, and I certainly don't want to be serve by Kemet.
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