The 424-room Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, located on floors 35-39 of the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino is looking great after a $30 million renovation, inspired in part by South Beach's signature Art Deco trademark, mixed with the glittery vibe of Las Vegas. Last May, the AAA 5-diamond hotel also welcomed PRESS, a new indoor/outdoor lobby bar for social gatherings pre/post.
The refurbished guest rooms have come a long way from their original neutral interiors. The redesign added massive pieces of pop art, mahogany and cream contrasts with shiny silver leaf accents. The bathrooms were upgraded with marble floors, backlit mirrors with intricate details around the perimeter. The gues trooms are easily accessible through a private elevator within the Mandalay Bay tower or through a large spiral staircase on the hotel grounds.
PRESS is winning rave reviews as a trendy spot for drinks and light bites to meet between sessions or after work. The sleek patio has easy access to the hotel pool and features a comfortable sofa seating within the neutral colored interior.
The eatery features charging stations, state-of-the-art technology and a Press Reader gadget that allows groups to access over 2,000 digital newspapers and magazines for free.
Popular menu items include the Hibiscus Julep cocktail, made with Absolute Hibiscus, fresh mint leaves and a flavorful mixture of fresh watermelon, prosecco and Grey Goose Le Citron.
The Mandalay Bay Convention Center onsite has some of the largest meeting spaces in Las Vegas with 1.7 million sf of exhibit space. The facility has 21 CMPs onsite, more than any other property on The Strip. Mandalay Bay is anticipating more upgrades, including the debut of the new Delano hotel, the Michael Jackson ONE show by Cirque du Soleil and five new bars/restaurants onsite.