Vdara Hotel & Spa

A modern Las Vegas boutique hotel
Guest suites with open floor plans, custom-designed artwork and a smoothie bar in the spa are just a few of the details that set Vdara Hotel & Spa, an upscale, smoke-free, non-gaming boutique hotel, apart from the rest of the Las Vegas Strip.

As one of the major players in the massive CityCenter complex, this Four-Star all-suite hotel is modern in design (the brainchild of famed architect Rafael Vinoly) with large picture windows and frameless glass-enclosed showers in each of the luxe guest rooms.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • As a non-smoking property, at Vdara you can enjoy the benefits of an international, all-suite luxury hotel without being exposed to smoke at all.
  • A welcome change of pace from the array of bustling, giant casino hotels that you’ll practically trip over in Las Vegas, this Four-Star hotel achieves a nice residential vibe in equal parts due to being an all-suites hotel and having no casino.
  • Vdara’s décor can be described as both modern and bright with its clean lines, pops of color and base palette of grays and blacks.
  • Wall-to-wall windows in many of the suites present a clear view of the Strip as well as of the mountains in the distance.
  • As mentioned, the Las Vegas hotel offers no casino within its walls, which speaks to the type of hotel it wants to be: classy and secluded. We appreciate the break from the noise of shuffling cards and flashing lights. Hopefully, you will too.
Things to Know
  • The rooms may be spacious at Vdara, but the building itself and the facilities within it aren’t expansive. Truth be told: This small hotel depends on its sister property, ARIA Resort & Casino, for some amenities.
  • Dining options are limited compared to the other mega-resorts found along the Strip, but Vdara’s sister property ARIA is close by and offers extra variety.
  • This Four-Star hotel does not have its own casino. So if you’re looking to hit the tables and the slot machines, you can head next door to ARIA Resort & Casino, or over the bridge to Bellagio Las Vegas.
The Rooms
  • Vdara is a suites-only hotel, so it’s only natural that its suites be impeccably decorated. All suites feature a black-and-white color scheme with pops of chartreuse.
  • Where there isn’t wall-to-wall windows, there’s glossy contemporary photography on the walls. And all of the suites at Vdara offer views of the Strip and mountains.
  • 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.
  • Modern and contemporary, the bathroom is decked out in neutral colors like off-white and gray, instead of the black and white palette in your room. Luckily, you can jump into a tub that’s separate from your completely clear-glass shower.
The Restaurants
  • Market Café Vdara is Vdara Hotel & Spa’s only restaurant and it’s certainly not indicative of the kinds of restaurants you’ll find on the Strip. Instead, it’s cool and casual with a strong emphasis on fresh, seasonal and organic ingredients.
  • Serving what it calls a “California Coastal” menu, Market Café Vdara’s menu includes dishes such as the Mexican roasted chicken soft taco with pineapple, cilantro and tequila chile sauce.
  • For dessert, executive pastry chef Fred Larre whips up fine French pastries like chocolate caramel tartes to satisfy your sweet tooth.
  • And if you’d rather eat in the comforts of your own room, and eliminate the middle man, attached to the café is a boutique grocer carrying items from places like Dean & Deluca.
24-hour room service
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Getting There
2600 West Harmon Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89158
LAS (10-22 min)  
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