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At Four Seasons, Verandah To Return Without The 'H'

Where: 89109
September 10, 2014 at 1:14 PM | by | Comment (1)

You won't have to remember a brand new name when Four Seasons' popular casual dining spot returns from a self-described $1 million "refresh," but you will need to remember to drop the "h."

Verandah will return as Veranda on Saturday, September 20. Technically, the restaurant's new, full name will be Veranda Cucina Italiana, but we're sure that's just to provide more reasons to use some sort of curlicue font on signage remind patrons that Italy is its thing. (Although, this writer never really knew that with my laser focus on weekend brunch. And, PRESS. And, fresh donuts. At brunch. Brunchhh. If you're picturing me as a drooling Homer Simpson, you're not far off base.)

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Verandah's Indoor Dining Room Closing For Remodeling

Where: 89109
August 28, 2014 at 1:40 PM | by | Comments (2)

At Four Seasons, guests have enjoyed a lovely room redesign for closing in on two years now. And, long-time readers know how im-PRESS-ed we've been with the redesigned lobby bar. Now, the focus is turning to the resort's informal yet still classy cafe.

VegasChatter has learned Verandah's indoor dining room will be closed September 1-22 for remodeling. Its patio, however, will still offer breakfast and lunch service. Dinner, however, will not be available. The closure also means the resort's yumtastic weekend breakfast buffet also will be off the menu until renovations are complete.

(PHOTO: VegasMagazine.com)

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Mandalay Bay Should See A Room Remodel In 2015

Where: 3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S. [map], 89109
August 6, 2014 at 7:54 PM | by | Comments (5)

THEhotel is just weeks away from becoming Delano Las Vegas, a transformation that includes a full remodel of its all-suite tower. Four Seasons completely renovated its floors within Mandalay Bay in 2012. Now it sounds like the resort's main tower will be next for an update.

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Four Seasons Is Giving Us A New Way To Sleep On It

Where: 3960 Las Vegas Boulevard South [map], 89109
March 6, 2014 at 1:36 PM | by | Comments (2)

For some visitors, a bed in Vegas is an afterthought. Their only need for one is just to have a place to crash for a few hours. For others, where they lay their head is a serious consideration. For those folks, not any old bed will do. (In fact, hearing the bed is old would probably induce nightmares.) It's for that segment of travelers that Four Seasons has created a dreamy new amenity -- mattresses with customizable toppers.

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Inside The Valley View Suite At Four Seasons Las Vegas

Where: 3960 Las Vegas Boulevard South [map], 89109
August 20, 2013 at 8:35 PM | by | Comment (1)

Over on our sister site HotelChatter last month, they compared how the guest rooms at Four Seasons Las Vegas used to look with how they look today. If you click the hyperlinks, you'll see quite the transformation. Yet, when we got to peek at the new one-bedroom suites at the Four Seasons LV, we also got to see one of their Valley View Suites and were even more impressed.

As the name indicates, you get primo views of the Las Vegas Valley from this 1,700-square foot, one-bedroom suite as well as views of Mandalay Bay Beach. But, you also get a gorgeous dining room, an elegant workspace, a glam living area, a full-sized kitchen with a Keurig and a Nespresso machine and a to-die-for, walk-in closet. Yes, the ladies will love this suite, especially the closet.

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Eight Snapshot Updates From The Strip To Downtown

August 1, 2013 at 10:52 PM | by | Comments (7)

We joke that VegasChatter has become more like Vegas(Scaffolding)Chatter, but it's one of those yuks where you sort of grimace and shake your head as you say it. So, it's probably no surprise that seven of these eight updates involve, you guessed it, construction. Here's the latest news you can use (or not) from Las Vegas Boulevard to Fremont Street. The plus side is, no hard hat is required!

1. Work It Out For Free

We've been so focused on the tasty bites, yummy drinks and comfy outdoor patio of Four Seasons' new lobby bar, PRESS -- and with good reason, we might add -- that we failed to notice the sweet workstation set-up inside.

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The Vegas Dining Deal You May Not Know About

May 23, 2013 at 2:33 PM | by | Comment (1)

In case you missed it, VegasChatter has been over-the-top impressed with PRESS, the new lounge/lobby bar/small bites restaurant/breakfast spot/early morning coffee bar/late night coffee cocktail bar/poolside retreat at the Four Seasons. It's universally a multi-purpose success. Seriously, we'd be willing to pay rent if they'd let us sleep on one of the comfy banquettes.

If coffee, hand-crafted cocktails and Baked Alaska doesn't have you convinced, there's another compelling reason to visit the Four Seasons. One that's been a staple of the resort for years, but somehow remains a lower profile restaurant in the Strip dining scene.

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Four Seasons' New Lounge Impresses with Just One Dish

May 14, 2013 at 5:08 PM | by | Comments (2)

Sometimes a full restaurant review just won't do. Perhaps there wasn't time for an A-Z meal. Maybe it's a restaurant we've written about before. Or a dog ate our good pictures. There may still be that one dish worth writing about. A new one, an old one. A newsworthy one or a memorable one (for better or worse). It might be the one dish out of the whole experience that gets us to return. Or stay away. We present you with Just One Dish.

Affordable indulgence. Las Vegas can gouge every penny, but occasionally can offer you a new adventure for the absolute right price. For decades a cheap, huge steak or prime-rib let you think you were beating the system. Think one dollar oysters or .99 cent shrimp cocktails. Cheap entrées to the world of an expensive entrée. And then, there are the prime indulgences. This is a city where foie gras, caviar and their ilk are available at every turn. The Cosmopolitan's Wicked Spoon buffet features bone marrow. Not long ago that would have been unthinkable. At the even more surprising off-Strip Eureka Casino, Fat Choy, sells bone marrow as a "snack" that will obsess your thoughts. Which brings us to Baked Alaska.

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Four Seasons Looking To Im-Press This April

February 21, 2013 at 12:06 AM | by | Comments (0)

Four Seasons has the new rooms and, soon, it will have a new bar, too.

The rendering above is for Press, the resort's redesigned lobby lounge that will offer both indoor and outdoor spaces. Described as featuring an "edgy decor" (uhhh...?), Press will serve up small bites, drinks and coffee throughout the day. Some of the examples cited include: Lavazza espressos, Stumptown organic roasted coffees, freshly squeezed juices, fruit cups, warm sticky buns (hee.. sorry, but you know you hee'd, too), local beers, and more.

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Four Seasons Room Renovations Complete This Weekend

Where: 3960 Las Vegas Boulevard South [map], 89119
December 6, 2012 at 12:59 PM | by | Comments (0)

The glass showers have been installed with care and the vanities nearly there as a $30 million dollar renovation at the Four Seasons comes closer to completion. Some rooms have already been made available but the final finishes on a grand renovation will be officially complete this coming Saturday, December 8. Want a peek at what's new?

For starters, the picture perfect gold and white digs up top. Anyone worried about spoiling photoshop cred like that can write us their impressions from the desk of the Four Seasons:

The desk. Aka place holder for a nice, free pen.

Seasoned Four Seasons guests will want to note that the former 180 Degree Strip View Suites are now the Presidential Strip View Suites:

Bed for the Presidential veto.

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Four Seasons Renovation Underway

Where: 3960 Las Vegas Boulevard South [map], 89119
November 6, 2012 at 2:12 PM | by | Comments (0)

We dished the deets on Four Seasons' plans for a renovation back in June and showed you the rooms to come in August. Now, that refreshment is officially underway.

Four Seasons Las Vegas began posting remodeling photos on its Facebook page two weeks ago. The renovation will bring all new digs to the resort by December 8, including the addition of two new Hospitality Suites. (One of which you see under construction above.) Check out the photo gallery to see what $30 million buys you these days. And, click here to see what the rooms looked like before.

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Are These The Best Hotels In Vegas?

October 16, 2012 at 4:08 PM | by | Comments (7)

Ask ten people what the top hotel in Vegas is and you'll likely get ten different answers. With so many choices out there, choosing what's best in Vegas is more of a personal preference. Maybe the room's basic, but the location is fab. Or, maybe what makes your fave hotel the best is that the room is a comp. Today, Conde Nast Traveler released its annual Reader's Choice Awards for the top 15 hotels in Las Vegas and while some are expected, there's a few surprises in there, too.

CNT readers voted Wynn and Encore as the number one hotel in Vegas. (Yes, we know, it's really two, but there it is.) Their second choice? Four Seasons. The rest stack up as so:

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