Suite of the Week – Valley View Suite at Four Seasons Las Vegas


There are many reasons to love Las Vegas. A world famous gambling strip with glitzy neon lights and lavishly themed resorts; the wonders of Sin City will guarantee that you will enjoy a stay unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before. One such place where you can have a sinfully luxurious stay is at the Four Seasons Las Vegas. If you’re a high roller looking for extravagant luxury, tranquility, and a killer view, then their Valley View Suite is the room for you.

The hotel has a private entrance off of Las Vegas Boulevard and its guest rooms and suites are located on floors 35 to 39 of the Mandalay Bay tower. Since it’s perched this high up above the glittering Las Vegas strip, you can be sure to get unsurpassed views of Las Vegas Boulevard and the surrounding desert landscape. No surprise then that the Valley View Suite comes with sweeping views of the valley and the jagged peaks of Black Mountain.


When in Vegas, size matters and the bigger the better. You suite stays true this and is oversized making it flexible for families. Measuring 1,700 sq.ft., it includes separate living and dining rooms, bedroom, bathroom, guest powder room, a private study, two oversized closets and a large kitchen pantry. Note the words oversized and large.

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The suite features sleek, contemporary design elements inspired by the glamorous Art-Deco era. The color palette of beige, gold and green complements the art deco very well and spells out elegance as you would expect from a Four Seasons hotel.


The heart of the suite – the bedroom comes with a king size bed with down duvets and pillows that’s sure to send you into a blissful state of slumber. The suite also comes with a roll out sofa bed which makes it perfect if you’re a family or group.

Have a cozy dinner in the private dining room that seats six and whip yourself something from the pantry that comes with a full-size refrigerator, deluxe coffee and tea service and various other appliances for your convenience. The bathroom (personally, my favorite space) is a place you will never want to leave. Spend time in this luxurious marble bathroom and let the full shower awaken your senses or simply slip into a state of oblivion in the bath tub. When you finally decide to step out, wrap yourself in a luxurious terry bathrobe and spend the rest of the day doing nothing.


Las Vegas has a reputation for culinary excellence and Four Seasons Las Vegas does not disappoint. Their Veranda restaurant is where you can enjoy authentic Italian cuisine and specialty cocktails amidst floor-to-ceiling windows, a bar and lounge-style seating. Or head to Charlie Palmer’s where renowned chef Charlie Palmer will satiate your steak and seafood cravings paired with an eclectic wine list.

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Before you check out, make sure you gift yourself some indulgent time at their renovated Forbes Five Star Spa. It features 12 treatment rooms, including two oversized couples’ suites and an expanded co-ed Zen Lounge and retail area, and uses eco-friendly products such as Naturopathica, Phytomer and Pure Fiji.

Cost: USD 879
Size: 1,700 sq.ft
Occupancy: 4 adults, or 2 adults and 3 children


Why should you splurge on it?
With views of the city and the desert, the suite offers the perfect mix of style, serenity and luxury. The size of the room and the additional features offered such as a roll out sofa bed that makes it perfect for families. We will have to say it’s all that extra space that makes this suite worth splurging on.

Where: Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
3960 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
Phone: +1 (702) 632-5000