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What We Love

  • Located between sister properties ARIA and Bellagio
  • The intimate on-site ESPA at Vdara and Salon Vdara
  • Proximity to major-label The Shops at Crystals

What To Know

  • No smoking throughout the property
  • There’s no casino
  • The hotel charges a daily resort fee


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Luxe 1,495-suite property set apart from – but within easy reach of – Sin City’s over-the-top action

The Look

Opened in December 2009, the casino-less Vdara is one of the few places in Vegas without a gimmick. In fact, the design of the property’s 1,495 suites and 18,000-square-foot spa brings to mind the kind of words you rarely hear uttered in Sin City: subdued and peaceful. It also offers a unique perspective on Vegas: you get access to all of the city’s over-the-top wonders (casinos and some of the best new restaurants in town, courtesy or ARIA and Bellagio, connected by a pedestrian walkway), but somehow Vdara feels like an escape.

Bed & Bath

The property’s suites are spacious and decorated in far-from-gaudy tones of green, brown and orange. All suites have minibars and kitchenettes equipped with microwaves, two-burner stoves and refrigerators (two bottles of water are included in the resort fee). A dining table and plush couches with sweeping views — of the Strip, the mountains, or the lit-up Bellagio fountain doing its nightly dance — put the emphasis on the comforts of home.


Instead of a casino, the resort has invested in the two-story ESPA at Vdara, where guests can indulge in natural treatments unique to ESPA at Vdara. Better yet, start you treatments with an array of European heat experiences and muse on which part of what happened in Vegas you’ll be leaving in Vegas. Dine on small bites and indulge in handcrafted cocktails at Bar Vdara and the Pool & Lounge Vdara. Or stop by Market Café Vdara, a casual spot for picking up coffee and groceries that guests can take back to their suites.

How to Get There

Vdara Hotel & Spa
2600 West Harmon Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89158 United States


4.5 Very Good 18018 Reviews
Reviewed 1 day ago

Staff very friendly and helpful. The rooms and hotel were amazing. Very comfortable and quiet. Beds are very comfortable and the view we had was the best. I will definitely be back. I have stayed at a lot of properties in Vegas and this is by far one of the best. And the spa is amazing!!!!

Great hotel
Reviewed 1 day ago

This was our first time at Vdara although we have stayed at Aria. We will definitely return.

The hotel is beautiful. It is also very quiet and non smoking which we appreciate. Food is not plentiful but both Bellagio and Aria are very close. And if you can, use the robot to deliver coffee or something else. It's so much fun!

Vice Versa is a great place to sit and simply enjoy a drink and a conversation.

We loved the whole experience.

Quiet escape on the strip
Reviewed 1 day ago

This was our second time staying at the Vdara. It is a gem of a hotel with beautiful guest rooms, the most spacious we have had on the strip. All rooms are suites and affordably priced. It is attached to the Bellagio and directly across from Aria so casinos are within a couple minutes walk. We like being able to escape the casinos for a bit and relax in a non-gaming and non-smoking hotel. Vice Versa bar/lounge is very nice especially the outside area with fire pits and couches for relaxing. We will definitely stay here again.

Not for vegetarians
Reviewed 2 days ago

If you eat meat, you'll probably love it at the Vdara. There are options for every kind of meat eater. If you don't eat meat, you'd better bring your own food or get used to looking far and wide for a meal. You should probably also get comfortable with the idea of paying *extra* to make a dish vegetarian.

Good value for money!
Reviewed 2 days ago

Really liked this hotel! No casino, so no noise or cigarette smoke. Check-in was smooth and staff friendly. Rooms really clean and with good amenities. Basically everything was available on room service. The hotel is some hundred meters off strip, so you walk to hotel through Aria or Bellaggio (I missed the tram completely, so can't say anything about it). At the end of a day, good value for money.