LocationLas Vegas - Strip
General Policies & Fine Print
Check-in Policy - Hotel requires a credit card authorization upon check-in for incidentals, this will place a hold on your funds. Please note that Vdara does not accept cash deposits upon check-in.
Convention Policy - Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
General Information - Room taxes are included in vacation price. Minimum night stay restrictions may apply. Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Resort Fee - A mandatory hotel-imposed fee is charged and collected by the hotel either at check-in or check-out for guests from all origins.
Mandatory hotel imposed resort fee inclusions:
Property-wide high-speed internet access (public spaces and in-room)
Unlimited local and toll-free calls
Airline boarding pass printing
Access to daily digital newspapers
The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel-imposed fees may not include tax and are subject to change. The hotel can provide current fee and inclusions when you check-in.
This hotel is a completely non-smoking facility. If there is evidence of smoking of any substance in a suite, the guest will incur a minimum deep cleaning fee.
Dog-Friendly Fee applies as follows:
• Dogs are the only animal allowed.
• There is a mandatory dog friendly fee of [$100.00 per night, per dog] for rooms and [$150.00 per night, per dog] for suites. These fees will be applied to your folio and payable directly to the hotel at time of checkout.
• Up to two dogs are allowed, with a maximum combined weight of less than 100 pounds.
• A second dog fee will be charged at check-in if bringing two dogs.
• Due to health code regulations, dogs (except for service dogs) are not allowed in public areas including, but not limited to: any food and beverage outlets, the Spa, or pool areas, except as passing through.
• Dogs are permitted in hotel rooms, suites, and the designated outdoor locations.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating21018 reviews
Peaceful Hotel with Beautiful View
Beautiful hotel and room with a gorgeous view. In Vegas to get married, we chose this hotel because it was non-smoking with no casino. Extremely quick and easy to get from the lobby to your room due to no casino. Because of location, pickup and drop off of Uber/Lyft are extremely convenient. If you’re looking for a quiet and nice hotel just slightly off the strip, I highly recommend.
Clean, quiet and professional
Quieter and excellent service, steps from the Aria if you want the activity of the casino. Was in for a weekend soccer tournament with old friends and teammates from college days. Needed quiet for rest between games but also amenities and Vegas fun in the evenings. This place had a great combination of the quiet and cleanliness needed, but had a good lobby bar and quick grab and go food, but also was close to the Aria and other hotels to jump into the action.
Best hidden gem on the strip
We love the Vdara! It is, by far, our preferred place to stay when we travel to Vegas. We love how nice and quiet it is compared to the other resorts. The rooms are always very clean, the bed is comfortable, staff is helpful and polite. It is starting to show its age at times. The wallpaper in our room was peeling a bit in places. Very minor complaint though.
The best hotel in Vegas
Super classy, super clean rooms, very friendly staff. All rooms have refregirator, microwave, large dining table.Excellent location. It's 7 min walk to Bellagio, 2 min walk to aria, 3 min walk to Cosmopolitan.
Tired room and not worth the hassles
We expected this fairly new property to be worth the extra expense over some of the more well known Strip properties (e.g., Venetian). It is part of an MGM complex that includes the Aria hotel and Park MGM hotel. Our challenges began before we even arrived. We prepaid for self parking at the hotel as part of the room reservation process. When we got near the hotel we searched in vain for Vdara self parking. After 20 minutes of circling we called the front desk only to be told there is no parking at the Vdara - the self parking we paid for is at the neighboring Aria hotel. Our $15 nightly fee afforded us the privilege of walking from the garage through the Aria hotel and casino, then outside and around a windy promenade to the Vdara hotel. The hassle factor was almost off the scale. Once in our room, the thought of reversing the process to go to the car dissuaded us from a couple of short jaunts to see sights that we had looked forward to seeing. The room itself was huge. We paid for an upgrade to the panoramic room. It was the size of a small apartment. More than enough room to get lost. However, most of the furniture was tired and worn, and frankly, we didn’t even want to sit on it. The sofa had flattened seat cushions and a torn back cushion. All end tables had signs of heavy use (e.g., nicks and scratches). The blinds were worn and rumpled. The desk had a drawer that would not stay shut. None of the USB outlets would charge, so we had to go buy an additional wall charger block for our USB charging cables. The kitchen had no utensils or plates of any kind. Vegas has changed a lot in the past 15-20 years and not for the better. My advice is, if you have to visit Vegas, consider one of the off-strip traditional interstate motels like Hampton Inn or Hilton Garden Inn, where you can park and easily get to and fro without feeling corralled into the casino trap. This hotel was definitely not worth the cost and the hassle factor. Look elsewhere.