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The fact that Vdara Hotel & Spa is a suites-only hotel is a major amenity in itself. This means that all suites are complete with a kitchenette for times you’d like to stay in and cook. Even the most basic of suites has a two-burner electric cooktop, dining table and under-counter refrigerator. All rooms are equipped with media hubs where you can plug in your MP3 player, DVD player or game console.
We don’t think you’ll ever run out of room when you stay at Vdara. The Deluxe Suite — considered the smallest room in the hotel — is 582 square feet in size. All Vdara suites have washers and dryer units for that residential feel and extra convenience. In addition to spectacular views of Las Vegas sites like the majestic Bellagio fountains, City Corner Suites and Executive Corner Suites offer pullout queen-size sofa beds and large soaking tubs in the bathrooms.
The bathrooms in the suites at the Vdara Hotel & Spa are quite spacious and include both a shower and a separate, ultra-deep bathtub — it was so inviting, I couldn’t resist climbing in for a hot soak as soon as I got to my room. The view from my suite was stunning, particularly at night when the Las Vegas lights were at full force. If the sunlight is too bright during the morning or afternoon, you can lower the room’s blackout shades via a central control panel on the wall to make the room completely dark, which I thought was a cool feature. I still carry a bottle of Vdara hand lotion from my suite in my purse — I love the scent.
Vdara rooms feature special amenities like a kitchenette, a mini-bar, high-thread-count bed linens, a spa-style bathroom, a spacious closet, a 42-inch high-definition television and more.