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Last 5 reviews
Easy and contactless!
Stayed here for one night before we drove to southern Utah. Check in was easy online and I received a mobile key so the entire experience was contactless. The hotel is showing it's age a bit but the value for money was extremely good and the room and common areas were very clean.
Obvious wear and tear, but really great property
Stayed in a city view suite, unfortunately there weren’t any rooms available overlooking the strip. Great views none the less! Everything is modern and well cleaned, but you can see obvious scratches and wear and tears on items. Overall, good value for price.
Stay was incredible Thanks to Amber
We stayed at Vdara for the first time this trip and we will be back! Room was great but the hospitality from Amber at the front desk took it from great to exceptional. One of the most friendly and efficient front desk agents I have ever encountered. Stayed in both the Vdara suite and the fountain view studio. The vdara suite was a little worn down, furniture needs some touch ups but the bed, full sized fridge and bath tub were top notch. Studio suite was a perfect size for a short stay and had an unbeatable view. Thanks Vdara and Amber we will be back.
Quiet, yet right in the heart of the action!
We typically stay at Aria, but with Vdara being just steps away we decided to give it a try. We were NOT disappointed. Granted our stay was pre-COVID (actually the weekend before Vegas shut down) and everything was open. From your room you can be in the heart of the Aria casino floor in 5 minutes. Same for Bellagio in 8-9 minutes. Both Aria and Bellagio offer excellent dining which more than makes up for the lack of amenities at Vdara, which was originally designed to be a condo tower. We will definitely stay again. In fact, we're booked for March!
Difficult to get to - or from there to anywhere else; all amenities are closed
Isolated. Lengthy walk to anywhere. And, you have to walk somewhere else to get anything because everything here is closed: spa, pools, fitness facility, buffet and restaurants; everything is closed. No idea what the $45-per-day resort is for. Also, the "digital access" system only works on one side of the elevators; and may or may not work on your room. Bottom-Line: I strongly recommend that you select one of MGM's 12 other properties in Las Vegas.
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