The Four Seasons Hotel is a sanctuary from the bright lights of the dazzling Las Vegas Strip, with ‘just’ 424 guest rooms and suites, making this one of the more intimate hotels in town.

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That these rooms occupy the 35th to 39th floors of a vast golden skyscraper is a bit more Vegas, and the hotel is the centrepiece of the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, located at the Strip's south end, and with seriously impressive views all the way along. All the rooms are spacious with marble bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows to appreciate that view.

The Verandah restaurant serves contemporary cuisine in a tasteful dining room, or under palm trees beside the pool but if variety is the spice of your life, then the 22 restaurants in the Mandalay Bay should suffice.

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While most arriving and departing hotel guests in Las Vegas are - quite intentionally - channelled through their lucrative casino halls, the Four Seasons has its own reception, elevators, pool and sun deck.

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