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
This Michelin-starred Italian restaurant has floor-to-ceiling windows, so you can see the dancing fountains.
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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Resort King Double Room
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Overrated; expected more for the price
Bottom line: Expensive and other than the fountains, nothing special here! Much better hotels on the Strip. 5 drinks at the pool cost $148 (tip included). Rooms not super clean for the price you pay. Our least favorite casino. Came to Vegas to celebrate a 50th birthday. Everyone said Bellagio was the place to stay. So, we booked here and we weren’t impressed at all! It was cool to watch the fountains from our room (of course you pay extra for that!) but that was about the only thing we liked. I recognize my not liking the Bellagio may be a preference thing so be sure to take the time to think about what you want in a hotel and do your research to fine the best hotel for you. We wish we would have stayed at Paris – super cute and we felt more at ‘home’ there. Here are my thoughts on the Bellagio. Bellhop staff – Exceptional. They were quick and super nice and friendly. Staff – Overall really good. All interactions were pleasant and we walked away feeling happy with the staff. Check in – We waited in line quite a while only to be told our room was not ready and we had to come back. Well, when we came back we had to wait in line AGAIN! I should not have had to wait again for another 30 minutes. The lobby and walkway thought the casino was always super crowded. Hard to get through at times! Room – Standard room. Nice and modern. Dusty and a lack of attention to detail. There was a pile of dust on the bathroom picture (took a picture). There were water marks on the marble desk (looked like someone had a glass of water and it never got wiped up). Beds were not super comfortable. I was actually sore each night. I typically don’t have issues sleeping in hotels but had a hard time at the Bellagio. Our A/C wasn’t working fully so we called the Front Desk and they fixed it when we were gone for the day (thanks!). And if you want a refrigerator you have to pay extra! As if the almost $350 you are paying a night is not enough! I don’t mind paying a lot for a hotel provided what we get is worth $350. This room was not. NOTE: This room price includes the 13.38% room tax, the $39 resort fee and the $5.22 resort fee tax! Not sure what the resort fee paid for. We asked if we could use the hot tub and steam room in the spa and were told we'd have to pay extra for that! Wait..what?! Front desk – Really hard to get through! We got put on hold for more than 5 minutes on multiple occasions and just gave up…LOL! Casino – Didn’t like the layout and space (pretty small). Super, super smoky (as most casinos are but this one felt more so). And every time we walked by Hyde or close to Hyde, guys were jumping out giving us coupons to come to the nightclub later in the evening. I wouldn’t expect that at the Bellagio – we felt accosted. Pools – Really nice and there are a few (four, I think!). We ordered drinks at the bar. 5 drinks cost us $148 (with the tip). Really?? The prices weren’t listed but we didn’t expect them to be so expensive! They weren’t spectacular either and that is what hurts the most…LOL! Other hotels allow you to bring a cooler to the pool. Fountains – The only draw to this hotel. Super cool music to accompany the fountain show. It really is fun to watch. After 8:00pm the show goes off every 15 minutes. You’ll find yourself mesmerized watching the show! Lots of trendy and super expensive shops in the Bellagio. Not much else to see, really! Do your research and make sure this is the place for you before you book.More
First Class Stay
I loved every minute of my June Salone Suite stay. I never wanted to leave my immaculate room. The conservatory was in full Italian glory. I only have two minor gripes pertaining to slipping buffet dinning quality and the M-Life loyalty program. I must admit that the Wynn Red Card is way more accommodating to the needs of faithful vacationers whereas M-Life is geared towards Vegas locals that can continue to build on their status. I spent more $ gambling and dinning at Wynn this time because I truly felt my money and patronage was valued.More
Hotel has gone downhill
Visited here for a long weekend in August. Had debated on Bellagio, Venetian and Wynn. Went with Bellagio because previously had a great experience. BAD CHOICE. The hotel itself is showing signed of wear and neglect. If I was staying at a less expensive resort, it wouldn't matter, however, booking Bellagio I had certain expectations. The bathroom needed updating. The shower door leaked. The lobby needs some attention-- the flowers are in bad shape. The Cafe Bellagio felt like I was stepping back into the 80's. Also, when booking, my husband let the front desk know that this was an anniversary trip and that he had actually proposed there at the Bellagio. NOTHING was done to recognize it. We went to Wynn previous year and they went out of their way to make our stay extra special. All minor things but when competing with places such as the Wynn or Venetian, these things definitely added up. I felt like the other two resorts give that extra bit of attention or their property and their guests that the Bellagio does not. More
Lux in a good spot on the strip
Originally I booked a room overlooking the fountains but when checking in the person at the counter asked if I would like a room upgrade. I thought why not, the price was nice so I ended up in a suite. It was so cool, very lux and the staff were great. The hotel is situated right in the center of the strip giving you easy access north or south. I will be back.More
Of all the hotels I've stayed at in Vegas, this one tops it. Everything was just great. Perfect suite dead centre of fountain. Great staff. Definitely the best cleaned and presented. And great shows within the hotel. Worth keeping a few dollars off the table for!More
Doug K, 261635
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