Be prepared to pay a steep deposit. The property requires a $250 per night deposit on TOP of your nightly room rate. I have stayed in suites at other MGM properties and it was always $100 per night deposit. The executive corner suite was nice. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom was roomy. The kitchen is not stocked with any dishware/cookware so you will have to contact housekeeping for that. The hide a bed in the sofa was awful. There were no sheets or blanket for it and the mattress was unusable. Housekeeping was MIA unless you called a couple times and they would show up 6 hours later. (3 AM one night). The clothes dryer did not work which was annoying as we had already washed our clothes. The hotel has a tram that connects to Aria and Park MGM which is a plus. We enjoyed spending time at the pool. The wait staff was super nice and the food and drinks were delicious. The lack of service from housekeeping was frustrating, but other than that our trip was nice.
Executive Corner Suites
Jul 03, 2022
We stayed in the Executive Corner Suites (47 and 02 series). The check in process was easy with the app. Tbh the line was not long in the lobby around 4pm on a Tuesday.
The first room we had was nice but we were on a lower floor (14). This gave us a view of the pool, Aria and the big parking garage. Nice bathroom, but the tub was not tall people friendly. You could hear the music from the pool during the day and the elevators beep nonstop. This is weird bc you are far from the elevators.
Executive Corner Suites (02 Series) - beautiful view of the Bellagio fountains and the north side of the strip. We were located on a higher floor (40 and above). The carpet was cleaner and for some reason the suite felt bigger (it was not...just a feeling). The shower floor was better. The kitchen was setup a little differently.
The beds were not king size. So if you are well over 6ft like us, be prepared. Turn down service was like ninjas, they were in and out (loved that). There is a full kitchen (stove top, full fridge, microwave). You do have to request dishes. If you need bowls vs plates, please let them know. In the fridge there is a filtered water button, so you can have cold water to drink (or to take on your long journey touring the strip). It is not as good as spring water but it did the trick.
Check out was 28 minutes long. While we were not in a rush bc Las Vegas airport security is easy/quick to get through, it did take forever to check-out. I didn't use the mobile check-out as there were discrepancies on the bill. Nonetheless, front desk did remarkable fixing the issues.
Note: For suites there is a deposit of $250 per night. Also, use your credit card to hold the deposit (better protections vs debit). This may seem like common sense, but after watching people check-in and out at the front desk upset/surprised/confused...I believe this info will help everyone and reduce about 33.2% of the front desk check-in/out wait/delay. Room selection is another trend they should look at to speed up traffic.
Great Hotel and location
(Morro Bay, California)
Jul 02, 2022
Have stayed a few times at Vdara and have always had a great stay. Just spent one night on this trip as a stop over and was upgreat to a great view room. The location can't be beat with easy access to the center of the Strip. The staff was incredable and super nice to us. As with other reviews there is slight ware starting to show in some areas. We will stay again .
Pretty decent hotel
(Los Angeles, California)
Jul 02, 2022
Great views, easy phone check in and check out, easy remote retrieval of car using ticket system with valet, Starbucks inside, super close to bellagio and aria. Also has a huge dog park so great for dogs. Not the most luxurious hotel but for the money I don’t think it can be beat!
One of the Best
(Grand Rapids, Michigan)
Jul 01, 2022
The Vdara is spectacular by almost all measures. Every time you walk in the fresh smell of a spa refreshens your senses. The rooms are top notch with the softest sheets, a variety of pillows, and a kitchen too. A fridge for me to use is always a plus. There is no casino here, but the Aria, Cosmo and Bellagio surrounding it make it easy if that’s what you’re looking for. The pool is private and small by Vegas standards, but if you’re looking for a party they will allow access to the Aria pools. The only issue I encountered was housekeeping missed us one day of a three day stay—even though I had spoken with housekeeping that day as hours had gone by with no service. This hiccup aside, I look forward to my next opportunity to stay here.