Just stayed at Vdara, unfortunately our staycation was not all that we hoped for, about 2am my husband woke itchy with bites on the backs of his elbows and calves. We pulled back the bedding down to the mattress but spotted no evidence of bed bugs. After an hour of inspections and googling for info and images. We thought it could be an allergic reaction (he just started on new vitamins and recently had an injection) or mosquito bites (he just returned from Chicago, but did not stay in a hotel) since we couldn't find convincing proof otherwise and I had no signs of trouble. When he woke in the morning he had even more bites. We checked out and he went straight to the doctor. I still had no signs of bites. I was concerned for him because he has also not had chicken pox. I wanted him to rule out all possibilities. A visit to the doctor revealed that they are indeed bed bug bites. He was given a steroid shot and creams to help with the itching. He has notified Vdara, they will meet with him at 2:30 today. I hope that they will be helpful. It is possible I was bitten as well and have not had a reaction or it just has not appeared yet. I have no bites or welts. I've been itchy since bed bugs were confirmed, but I believe it's mental. Just that skin crawling feeling. Our clothes are currently in my trunk, my car is parked in the sun. I'm hopeful our 104 degree temp today helps kill any buggers that might have found a way to my luggage. When I get home, we'll strip in our garage. I'll be transferring clothing to plastic bags and washing/drying at highest settings. I will try to freeze items that cannot withstand hot water/high heat. I plan to throw my suitcase in the trash. It's not worth the risk. My only concern is my kindle, but it never left my suitcase and it is in a separate compartment so I pray that it is safe. I plan to buy mattress and pillow covers for my bed at home to prevent an outbreak. I'm terrified of introducing bed bugs into my home. If anyone has any pointers, please advise. Once Vdara responds, I will notify the various registries. Anything to prevent someone else going through this. It's an awful feeling. Take the steps to inspect rooms before bringing in any personal items. It's no safe bet, but it will reduce your risk. After researching I learned I should have checked more than the sheets and mattress. I should have also inspected the headboard, beneath the bed and the box springs. Also, furniture and wall art nearby.