Vdara Hotel & Spa
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
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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
Great place to stay without the casino maze to get to the rooms. Very helpful staff. Nice modern rooms with everything you’d need or want in a stay. We’ve stayed here a couple times now and been happy each time.
I’ve never been to a place where a can soda is $13.00 and you pay for room service I’m never going back there again my first and last time I have never knew a hotel can be high in price but crappy nev
The room was great, the location was good, and housekeeping was excellent. You really have to figure out how to get around the hotels in order to maneuver and get places quickly. The Aria tram is a great asset once you figure where it goes. Front desk staff was good.
This was my first stay here and I really liked everything; however the mattress in our room was damaged/broken and we were not able to sleep and relax. I think it’s expensive enough for us to expect perfect conditions, and I think they should inspect the rooms before the guest arrives to detect this kind of flaws.
I gladly paid for an upgrade to a fountain view room (I'm guessing it was lower guest counts as the upgrade was stupid cheap for a 3 night stay) and we arrived quite early but received room cards without them telling us our room # as it wasn't ready. I was promised a call when it would be ready (never came) so I awkwardly had to call and ask for our room info. Upon entering the room I see that our view is of.... the interstate! It was a lovely room and it was late at night so we didn't feel like getting that issue resolved. But buyer beware of getting the upgrades that you actually pay for!