The Four Seasons Las Vegas has rooms on the top five floors of the Mandalay Bay Resort but maintains a separate entrance, pool, restaurants and other facilities. The Four Seasons is known for its indoor/outdoor dining, Forbes five-star spa and wide open views of the Strip from floors 35-39 of Mandalay Bay. View an elaborate fountain and garden from the hotel entrance. Pull into the porte-cochere a mere three miles from the airport. The breezy driveway greets guests with pristine landscaping and a chandelier. A 17-foot sculpture designed by artist Ken Gangbar specifically for the hotel is displayed in the lobby. The metal piece is made to appear like a floor-to-ceiling tree. Lucas Christensen, left, and Michael Puga man the front desk. Domed wicker chairs and plants add a homey feel to the lobby. The lobby offers leather seating and marble tabletops for an elegant but comfortable meeting place. Yuki Doremus, left, and Arturo Ochoa work the concierge desk. A hallway leads from the lobby sculpture to a Buddha statue and elevators. The bedroom in a Strip-View One-Bedroom Suite boasts a kind bed flanked by ornate lamps and seating. The bedroom decor includes mirrors, wall art and an arched entryway. The bathroom in a Strip-View One-Bedroom Suite includes a bathtub and walk-in shower. Jasmin & Bergamote toiletries are provided. Plush bathrobes hang in the bathroom of a Strip-View One-Bedroom Suite. A guest bathroom in a Strip-View One-Bedroom Suite features a marble vanity, decorative mirror, lamps and wall art. The living area in a Strip-View One-Bedroom Suite features seating for five, abstract art and a liquor cabinet complete with snacks and coffee as well. A variety of snacks are available in a Strip-View One-Bedroom Suite, including Pringles, Oreos, nuts, berries and candy. A premium selection of spirits includes Patron, Grey Goose and wine. The Strip-View One-Bedroom Suite features a work space with floor-to-ceiling views over Vegas. A Strip-View One-Bedroom Suite offers a chaise lounge with prime views. The space is functional for reading, working or relaxing. There are many presidential-caliber suites all along the Strip, all of them huge, with sweeping views and luxurious amenities. The Four Seasons, however, is an esteemed brand for high-profile visitors, with a greater degree of privacy and security as it’s tucked away in a non-gaming hotel. A bedroom in a Presidential Suite boasts bright colors, plush pillows, a TV and abstract art. The bathroom in a Presidential Suite features a double vanity, marble countertop, bathtub and walk-in shower. Luxurious Bulgari toiletries are provided. A bar of Italian Bulgari soap sits by the sink. The Presidential Suite boasts plenty of closet space. The walk-in closet includes a full-length mirror, seating and an ironing board. The 2,225-square-foot Presidential Suite offers wide open spaces between the work, living and dining areas. The living area of a Presidential Suite boasts seating for five, a 55-inch flat-screen TV and ornate decor. An adjoining room in a Presidential Suite provides additional seating against the Strip as backdrop. The swanky dining area in a Presidential Suite seats eight comfortably. The table and chairs are works of art surrounded by works of art. A kitchen in a Presidential Suite features a full-size refrigerator, counter space, a sink and a coffeemaker. Find a variety of snacks including brand name candy, chips, berries and bars. A drink tray in the kitchen of a Presidential Suite offers a bottle opener, glasses, wine and premium spirits. Coffee and espresso machines are also on-hand in the Presidential Suite kitchen. A writing desk in a Presidential Suite offers seating for three and floor-to-ceiling views. A sculpture serves as a centerpiece at the elevators. The Four Seasons’ private outdoor pool features scenic palm trees and a waterfall. The 350-square-foot pool is surrounded by chaise lounges. Lounge chairs are first come, first served, and cabana rentals are available, with complimentary water and fruit served. Cabanas include plush lounge chairs and towels, with smoothies and light fare available for purchase. A cabana boasts breezy seating on a sofa and chair, with a TV and magazines for entertainment. Vacationers can relax in the sun or shade poolside. A sculpture tops the waterfall that feeds into the pool. Enjoy Italian for breakfast, lunch or dinner at Veranda. The recently renovated dining room seats 103 guests indoors. Veranda offers outdoor dining for 106 on the patio. Try the Red Quinoa & Pulled Chicken Salad to start. A Breakfast Panini is served with scrambled eggs, burrata, tomato, spinach and pesto on multi-grain bread. Pair brunch with a refreshing Blood Orange Margarita. Sous chef Michael Grogan poses in the Veranda restaurant, a 2015 Open Table Diners Choice winner. The Veranda restaurant offers a lounge area. A restaurant worker prepares a table on the Veranda patio where umbrellas provide shade. Danilo Bocanegra serves breakfast pastries at PRESS, the indoor/outdoor lobby lounge. The PRESS patio is bright and breezy with ample seating. K.A.B. Ribs are served with cole slaw and beer at PRESS. An “ImPRESSive” cocktail is served on the PRESS patio with Pavan, Cointreau, hose-made sweet and sour, and Remy VSOP. A table on the PRESS patio offers a wrap-around sofa to seat a large party comfortably. The PRESS patio is adorned with potted plants. Charlie Palmer Steak offers dinner from executive chef Steve Blandino. The dining room is simple yet elegant with a grand piano and white tablecloths. An elegant staircase leads to ballrooms and meeting spaces. The meeting and function space was recently re-styled. Find amenities such as 24-hour business services, translation and interpreter services, and state-of-the art technology for those big presentations. Executive boardrooms offer spectacular views, ample space and natural lighting. The spa offers a hot stone facial meant to stimulate and rejuvenate the facial muscles. The 10,700-square-foot fitness center features eight treadmills, six bikes, five ellipticals, a stairmaster and a wave machine. A Tesla charging station is available by the porte-cochere. The Four Seasons is an ideal destination for business or romantic travel, and offers amenities for foodies and families as well. The Four Seasons’ location within Mandalay Bay affords guests the best of both worlds: privacy plus the perks of a mega casino resort. Guests can access Mandalay Bay Beach and the resort’s 20 restaurants, shows, nightlife, gaming and shopping. Mandalay Bay Resort is a Las Vegas Blvd. landmark towering over the city in gold. Guests can request a sunrise or sunset suite for optimal views.