This hotel used to be tops in Vegas many years ago. But with the addition of Wynn, Encore, Aria, Vdara and Mandarin Oriental, it has fallen in appeal.
The rooms are dated, as are public areas. This hotel does not remotely compare with other Four Seasons we've traveled to in Vancouver, California, Toronto, Hawaii, and Seattle. They need a big infusion of cash to do a substantial renovation if they want to be among the tops in Vegas.
We were quite disappointed in our stay.More