I booked the corner room and therefore I have a good Panoramic View. This view compensate for the lack of following: there was absolutely no toilet paper when we arrived. When I called the front desk, the service showed up right away. While the delivery of the toilet papers were on the 'silver platter' but I only got two rolls - we are a party of 4, staying for 4 nights. Shampoo, conditioner, soap were complementary for only one day of our 4-day stay, so bring your own especially if you have a long hair like me. I asked the cleaning lady down the hallway for extra towels and she said no. Everything here is controlled in quantity. $75 for cleaning fee upon request. $20 for Keurig coffee, but of course, who needs it if there's Starbuck downstairs. This is a high end hotel, so expect pricey food. The other good thing is You can walk to Aria where the actions are and you will find lots of restaurant. No casino in this hotel and the lobby always smells good. There's a store downstairs that's open 24/7, good if you want food late at night. There's also Vice Versa, a restaurant - food is ok, pricey, but the service is slow. Great place to eat if you don't have much going and wants to drink. The theme of the rooms are different, if you like something like Bellagio and Venicia where it has marbles and pillars (Euro style), Vdara is not that. It has a somewhat Asian theme (in my opinion) with not as fancy as the other mentioned hotel. (at least for my taste). Room size is good.