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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The place is magnanimous and just does not stop. The rooms are well equipped and huge spacious and well appointed. The casino is true to its reputation which is that it never sleeps at Vegas. The Bellagio has its own musical fountain which is mesmerizing and is located in the center of all happeningsMore
We visited here for an extended weekend, and it did not let us down. We stayed on the 4th floor, about mid way down the hallway and it was nice and quiet. Room was clean, and we loved coming back to a freshly-made bed every day. We ordered room service on day, and it was quick and really good! I was surprised. They also gave lots of little extras with our meal. The pools were warm and clean, but for some reason they closed them for an extended period. I never found out why, but it was unfortunate. Also, the cafe in the pool was closed, so we couldn't get any food. The cafe just outside the pool area had some however. Pricey, and perhaps very popular so very busy, but I would still recommend it. I still dislike resort fees, but everywhere charges them now.More
The Bellagio has always been awe inspiring during our visits to Vegas; this was the first time we actually stayed there and loved every minute of it. JPP makes great crepes! Orion at the front desk was so nice, he made sure we got a room with a terrific view. Will return for sure!More
Hiranmayi A, 60885
I've stayed at quite a few hotels in Vegas, and the Bellagio was definitely not my favorite. The regular rooms are actually kind of crappy. Basic and not the cleanest. If you want a more luxurious room, you have to pay quite a bit more for it. Whereas other nearby hotels only offer the nicer rooms.(So you're paying approx. the same price for a nicer room elsewhere). I will say the Bellagio has a great location on the strip(central location) and the buffet is probably my favorite that I've tried.More
What can I say other than fantastic place, it's huge! Great views over the Las Vegas strip & the fountain was beautiful! The room was lovely too, only downside for us was no tea/coffee in the rooms. Obviously it's not cheap but well worth a stay. Staff friendly. Busy at check in but overall fantastic!! More
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