• Quiet retreat right in the middle of the action
  • Efficiency kitchens
  • Spa


  • Lacks the excitement of splashy resort properties
  • No casino

Published 07/20/2015

Fodor's Review

This low-key property is actually a hotel-condo, with beautiful, independently owned suites that have efficiency kitchens, pull-out sofas, and lots of extra space. Each room also has a media hub with ports for MP3 players, digital cameras, DVD players, and gaming consoles. Bathrooms aren't as spacious as they could be, but the built-in seat in the walk-in shower is a refreshing addition. Because Vdara has a more laid-back vibe than Aria and the Mandarin Oriental, the Pool & Lounge Vdara feels like a private swimming hole. You can order everything from suntan lotion to tapas and made-to-order cocktails. This personal attention continues in the spa (dubbed Spa & Salon Vdara), where a eucalyptus steam room and smoothie bar are among the main attractions. Vice Versa, the new lounge, is hip and swanky; locals actually go out of their way to visit here.

Hotel Information


2600 W. Harmon Ave., Las Vegas, Nevada, 89158, USA

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702-590–2111; 866-745–7111

Website: www.vdara.com

Hotel Details:

  • 1,495 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 07/20/2015


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