Trip Report: Four Seasons Las Vegas 4th of July Cabana

Four Seasons Las Vegas Cabana

We decided to take advantage of the 4th of July holiday and head to Las Vegas for a little rest and relaxation. That may seem like an oxymoron, but it is entirely possible to find solitude in Sin City at the Four Seasons Las Vegas.

Since we were going to be there during a holiday weekend and the pool would presumably be very busy, we decided to rent one of their new cabanas for our own personal 4th of July celebration. We selected Cabana 3 for it’s location nearest to the pool.

Four Seasons Las Vegas Cabana

The cabana is approximately 145 square feet and comes with a standard hotel sized safe that is large enough for a laptop and a mini-fridge.


The mini-fridge is stocked with Evian water, an Evian mister, chilled washcloths, and a fruit plate. Everything you need to keep your cool in the desert!


For lunch we ordered the nachos, which were absolutely perfect and well worth every calorie.


Our drink of choice for the day was sparkling wine and the best pool staff member in all of Las Vegas, Shelly, made sure that our glasses were always full.

Sparkling Wine

The pool area at the Four Seasons is my favorite in Las Vegas because it offers the best combination of amazing service, great food and drink, and exclusive atmosphere.

My three takeaways:


The service from Shelly was the best.

Faux Pas



Make sure to rent your cabana in advance of your stay. This will give you the best chance at being able to select your desired location.

If you are wondering about the room product at the Four Seasons Las Vegas, please check out my previous review of our stay in a Strip View Room.

The Four Seasons Preferred Partner complimentary amenities are as follows:

  • Daily full American breakfast for two people per bedroom, served through In-Room Dining or in the hotel restaurant (including buffets)
  • Spa credit of USD100 once during stay (not applicable to products)
  • Upgrade of one category, based on availability at time of check-in (excluding signature suites and villas)
  • Complimentary basic Internet in all guest rooms, complimentary premium Internet in all suites.

Please get in touch via phone at 508-485-3061 or email if you have any questions about the Four Seasons Las Vegas, or if you are ready to make a reservation!

Trip Report: Four Seasons Las Vegas

View from Four Seasons Las Vegas

With 424 guest rooms, including 81 suites, Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is a small, intimate hotel by Las Vegas standards. Accommodations are high above the crowds – set on the 35th to 39th floor of the Mandalay Bay tower and accessed exclusively by the Hotel’s express elevators. The high position and floor-to-ceiling windows ensure unsurpassed vistas of the scenic mountains and desert, the pool and gardens, and the glittering Las Vegas strip.

We stayed here this past August in a Premier Strip-View Room. I love the south strip location, the quiet solitude of the public spaces, and the ease of getting a taxi. Plus, you have access to all of the Mandalay Bay pools and gaming facilities. Of course, our room was immaculately cleaned and the staff provided excellent service.

For 2012 your Virtuoso amenities include:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Daily continental breakfast for up to two in room guests, served in room or at Verandah
  • Dinner for two at Verandah once during stay (max. value $85, excluding tax, gratuity, alcohol)

Considering a trip to Las Vegas? Contact me to book today!