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This includes breakfast staples (and three different preparations of eggs Benedict dubbed "Bennies"), lunch and dinner.It also has a mini grocery section, so you can buy stuff, return to your suite and whip up something in your kitchen.This 582-square-foot suite has a king bed with a pillow-top mattress by Sealy.
The layout is simple and you won't tire yourself from walking around. Speaking of unwinding, the in-suite tablets allow you to order in-room dining and book ESPA reservations with ease.
You'd think after spending all of our lives here, "the Strip Las Vegas" wouldn't rank so highly in our maps app.
We guess that's what happens when you live life with chronic beer goggles on.
(Fun fact: Vdara achieved LEED Gold certification from the U. Green Building Council.) Vdara is a lot quieter than most Strip hotels, but that means it doesn’t have a casino, nightclub, shopping plaza or showroom. If you want to light up, you'll need to do that next door at Aria's casino or bars.
Also, there isn’t any garage parking, but valet is available in the front of the hotel for a day (tip is always appreciated). One of the perks about the hotel not having a casino is you don’t have to worry about the smoke.This hotel may be smaller than the Strip's mega-resorts, but it still has impressive art collection.