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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A very nice hotel with a lot of walk through visitors
The Bellagio is beautiful, which is its primary drawback. There are throngs of crowds there at all times. We had a suite in the spa tower, which is a bit removed, so we did not have to constantly deal with the crowds. I'm not sure I would ever stay in the main building. The suite was large and very nicely appointed. Two and a half bathrooms and two queen beds with a living area. The only refrigerator was for the honor bar - a bit irritating considering the water needed to consume to exist in Las Vegas. The beds were a bit firm, but not too bad. We paid to utilize the chairman's lounge. This came with limo rides to and from the airport - a very short drive. It also came with immediate check in - the single biggest selling point if you have ever seen the lines. It also offered a small selection of drinks and snacks during the day. If you are thinking Marriott or Hilton clubs, think again. On the 29th floor, you could still hear the fountain show booming. Again, not a problem, but not silent either. The pools are numerous and we found seating without much trouble. The Bellagio buffet is average at best. We expected more and it is sadly disappointing. The food was largely overcooked, flavorless and completely subpar. I particularly liked the carving section where the staff member was openly nasty to several guests and commented at one point that he just needed this job.More
The Bellagio provides a great location from which to access other Las Vegas offerings as it is basically in the middle of the strip. It offers many restaurant offerings many of which we enjoyed. (Loved Le Cirque) The room was adequate, clean and a great size. The only complaint I would have would be the lobby area. Checking in appears to be lengthy as it was always crowded with people standing in long lines. Also there are people taking pictures of the glass flower ceiling and flowers. Also additional people are there as it is the entrance to the casino so there is the constant smell of cigarettes and people coming and going. Last time I was in Vegas we stayed at the Venetian which to me was preferable. The rooms are more elegant and you have access to the Canal shops. More
I visited Las Vegas in March 2017, the week after the theft from the Rolex shop and a couple weeks before the fire. The hotel was stunning and the facilities are amazing. Great location on the Strip to get everywhere. My only comment is that check-in took an awfully long time. Would definitely stay here again.More
Great Stay.. Minor issues
I would say overall a great stay with a few minor problems that did start to mar the experience. We were able to take advantage of the mobile check in which was great (although a little impersonal) as we managed to avoid a huge queue. I can see how the queue would have annoyed and upset a lot of people given its length and it wasn't a great first impression. Room was fantastic (Tower King Fountain View) if a little worn in places. I have read this on multiple reviews and it is surprising considering the caliber of hotel and being among so much choice on the strip. I do get the impression it is living of the fame of its name a little.. The major problem I had which ultimately lead to the star being deducted was a situation on the first night. We arrived at our room and shortly after there were strong smells of marijuana coming in from the corridor and felt like through the air conditioning system. I appreciate this isn't the hotels fault and this in itself although unpleasant wasn't my big issue. As we were staying for our anniversary and we had just arrived and tired.. I called reception to let them know and asked if it was possible to change room. Guest services were extremely unhelpful and said that they had no rooms of my type free so couldn't move me. After s few minutes of explaining that I didn't mind moving to a lower type of room she said they were unable to offer refunds and would just send someone up. 1. I wasn't asking for a refund, I would just take any room that didn't smell of marijuana. 2. For a 5 star hotel the tone was very unnecessary and not a good first impression at all.. After all that noone came but luckily the smell subsided and was fine for the remainder of the trip. All this being said there were many great experiences at the hotel. On arrival the Bell team were extremely helpful/informative/friendly which was appreciated after a long journey. All stay (apart from one mentioned above) were very professional and extremely friendly from waitresses serving drinks in the casino to stay in the restaurants to all of the housekeepers we encountered. I have attached a picture of the house keepers name to make sure she gets credited. The room was spotless and upon meeting her was an extremely friendly lady and an asset to the bellagio team. I would stay here again in a heartbeat and put the customer service issue down to a one off. Thank you for a lovely holiday More
Paul C, 186364
If you've ever been to Vegas, you've likely stopped and admired this marvelous hotel and it's amazing light and water show. The sight of it sitting as a backdrop to the 8 acre miniature lake combo is something to see. However, after nearly 20 yrs as the forefront of Vegas luxury, the Bellagio is slowly showing wrinkles. The standard rooms are smaller and less desirable than the much newer hotels along the strip are offering. Our room was not only small, but the bathroom doesn't have a separate water closet, making getting ready for the evening time consuming. And the beige marble that was in a decade ago, has ran its run. The worse part is the tiny flatscreen TV on the wall. We've had larger televisions in the bathrooms of other hotels. On a positive; The bed was nice n soft, and the view of the fountain show was excellent. Service at the resort overall is very good, and in fact the room service was as quick as we've ever encountered. The pool service was great, and the drinks were really good. However, the prices for a quick snack or drink is off the charts. $5 for a tiny bag of Doritos, and $7 for a 16oz coke from the vending machines is insane. We realize it's Vegas, but there are luxury hotels along the strip that aren't quite that pricey for these grab n go items. Even the restaurant prices seem higher than most. Overall, it pains me to see this once great Resort start to slide south. This was "The Place" to go 15 yrs ago, but sadly, it's showing too much age. There are so many fine hotel choices along the coveted strip, that I feel one would do better to research the many other choices. But, if you've never stayed and enjoyed the view of the beautiful fountain show from above, it may be worth a stay to you. And this is the Bellagio, which was the 1st true luxury hotel in town, so it's not like it's a shabby spot. It's just not the staple of excellence it was in years gone by. There was a time that the Bellagio would only receive 5 stars from a review. Truth is, if it wasn't the Bellagio, it wouldn't have gotten the 4... More
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