3 days in Vegas. I wanted to stay at a less bling-bling hotel, so I chose Four Seasons at the south end of the Las Vegas Strip. This hotel occupies 5 floors between the 35th and 39th floors in the tower of Mandalay Bay—a typical casino hotel owned by MGM Resorts—but thanks to a dedicated driveway and entrance, you won't be caught up in the hustle and bustle of the casino. When I entered the Mandalay Bay part of the building, I saw a super long queue for check-in and some guests sitting on the floor, therefore their lobby felt like a LCC terminal. On the other hand, the Four Seasons part was calm and peaceful.


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Shunsuke Iwai said…
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