Located on the top four floors of the golden Mandalay Bay high rise, there is an odd disconnect from Las Vegas that starts at the ground floor lobby. This Four Seasons could be anywhere. It’s quiet, no families crowding in confused chaos or cackling packs of young adults plotting their night moves. This unique calm makes it one of the best places to stay while in Las Vegas for those who want to enjoy the city, but still get a restfull night's sleep. No gaming here. Only a restaurant by Charlie Palmer and a door leading to the long corridor back to the casino at Mandalay Bay. Guest rooms on the 35-39 floors look over the valley in stylish quarters reminiscent of ’90s Beverly Hills. Tasteful and comfortable, they do not try to impress. Rather they provide a clean and convenient background to the occasion. Expect marble bathrooms with a deep soaking tub, over-stuffed chairs, fine bedding and floor to ceiling views. Although Four Seasons has a pool of its own (quiet and refined with regular offerings of iced towels and scented mistings) guests are given full privileges at Mandalay Bay. The spa here is one of the best in Las Vegas for trustworthy cosmetic treatments and facials.