The Bellagio’s a legendary name on the Vegas circuit. And it’s got the goods to back it up, with stylish rooms, indoor botanical gardens and five-star restaurants.
This high-end hotel is the place to be in Vegas. It scores top marks for its central location. And its 8.5-acre lake is home to the world-famous dancing fountains.
Designed to look like an Italian villa, the hotel exudes elegance at every turn, from the courtyard pools, to the conservatory with extravagant floral designs. Then there are the hi-tech rooms, with electric curtains and iPod docking stations.
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The Bellagio's fountains are world famous. Every night the enormous lagoon area offers up a spectacle of dancing water displays, lights and music. Be sure to catch the show at least once.
Lago by Julian Serrano Italian restaurant
Enjoy Italian-inspired dishes in this Michelin-starred restaurant. Amazing food, stunning decor teamed with floor to ceiling windows offering spectacular views of the world-famous dancing fountains make for a meal with a difference.
Set within Italian-themed courtyards, The Bellagio plays host to five pools. There's a café serving refreshments and light bites, and you can hire a day bed, or even a cabana with TV and fully stocked fridge for the day.
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Beautiful Luxury Hotel Nice & Clean
This is a pricey hotel but it is worth the $$ The rooms were spotless and we had a corner room front facing the fountains and side facing the cosmopolitan. It was awesome. Beds very comfortable. Lots to do.More
shazamm T, 34678
Not as good as previous visits
We stayed 3 nights at this hotel and it is still nice, but starting to look a little worn. Be sure to request the non smoking tower, not just a non smoking room. I woke up smelling cigarette smoke and realized that every time the a/c came on, there was a very strong smell of cigarettes. We bought tickets for Beatles at the hotel, and found out after the purchase that they would have been much cheaper elsewhere even with the M card. The spa was good but very pricey. Other hotels maybe a better value for the money although it is still hard to beat the location of this property. More
Not worth the money
Beautiful hotel but too much money for what they offer. Buffet for $45+/person was disappointing. Over cooked crab legs. However, the cookies were delicious. Not even a coffee pot in the room. Every chance possible, they separate you from your money. Just found the nickle and diming abusive.More
Overrated, with very high prices and low value
Spent four nights with my wife. Hotel is clean, our suite was adequate; however, while a coffee set up can be found in your room at motel 6, it can't at the Bellagio. Hotel follows a poor business model that I call gouge the customer. Noting that we travelers are used to is provided, parking extra cost, water in the room extra cost as well, and after you walk a long way due to hotel size, coffee or soda are $4.50 each. Meal prices are very high and few restaurants give you peace and quiet, even when we'll out of the casino area. Hotel interior is very noisy all the time as the number of guests moving in the corridors is just like a major city busy street at all hours. More
Matthew M, 60895
Bellagio Stay in Las Vegas
We previously stayed at the Bellagio and really loved it so this time around stayed again and booked 2 rooms. We still enjoyed staying here but found the following issues: 1. I notified the hotel in advance that I will be checking in late around 8:30pm since my family had evening flight arriving LAS. But I still had to wait for my rooms to be ready? This really makes no sense to me but I'm very patient so I went with it. 2. We booked two rooms with fountain views and requested both to be high floors in advance but were only given 1 on a high floor (23060) and the other on a lower floor (07014). The lower floor was at best a partial fountain view. Really? I notified the hotel well in advance, have email correspondence as proof, that I wanted both rooms adjacent or near one another but yet they appeared to be clueless at the front desk. 3. The higher floor unit would make odd noises in the bathroom plumbing every time the adjacent room persons went to the rest room. 4. The button for opening the blinds were bent out of shape. If I'm paying premium for a room, I expect it to be in pristine condition. 5. The moving walkway to the street was closed and under construction. I previously stayed here in 2008 and had no issues but this time level of service has gone down. I originally wanted to try Aria this time or the Cosmopolitan but my wife convinced me to stay at Bellagio again since the first time was perfect. The good part...The restaurants in Bellagio are still great. We ate at Noodles this time around which was really good. We tried Jasmine this time and it was perfect. Previously we ate at Olives and Prime so this time we wanted to try others, glad we did. We really loved the food and the service is exceptional at Jasmine, they really go out of their way at Jasmine. So, would I stay here again, probably and probably not, because if I give advance notice of my check in and preferences I expect them to be aware and not clueless. And again, if I'm paying premium I expect everything to be near perfect and just not good. More
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