Bellagio

3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States
#9 of 303 hotels in Las Vegas
Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 82 reviews
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LV's Most Overrated Hotel

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 2, 2007

The Bellagio sure looks good from the outside. The Dancing Waters show is a great free attraction. The underbelly of this "upscale" hotel, however, is one of wannabes and posers. I just stayed there for New Year's 2007 and was greatly disappointed. If it wasn't for the fact the room was free, I would be super-pissed I stayed there. Rooms were going for $800 a night. That is a sheer rip off. The standard room was small and plain. The A/C did not circulate air at all. Directly underneath the blower was freezing but for some reason two steps away was hot. Basically, the whole room was hot (despite 40-degree weather outside). And, everything costs something. Looking for Internet access? Good luck. Looking for High-def TV with DVD player? Try THE Hotel 'cause it ain't at the Bellagio. Your TV at home is better than the crappy one in this room.

Service at this hotel sucks, too. Room service took 3 hours before getting the worst pizza ever. Cafe Bellagio took about an hour before the food came out. And when it did, it was sub-par. The little Gelato place next to the arcade was awful. It's not gelato. It's ice cream. Anyone who has had gelato in Italy would know. Also, watch out for your kids. The staff enjoys yelling at kids and telling parents to control them. Better yet, don't bring your kids here. They don't like them.

Then there are the patrons. Talk about stuck up wannabes. If you have money, you usually don't try to act so hard to look like you have money. A lot of folks at Bellagio play up to look the part and fail miserably. Get a life.

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Wow, what a hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 28, 2006

We checked into the hotel for our three night stay with relative ease. We had a room on the 16 floor overlooking the pool.

The rooms are huge with lovely large bathrooms that have a walk in shower along with deep bath.

Rooms are made each day and turned down at night.

I am sure all the 'delux' hotels are pretty similar in quality and size of rooms.

Unique Quality: Any hotel that has a ceiling full of venetian glass flowers or a fountain that dances to music is pretty unique.

The pools are wonderful and only for Bellagio guests.

Just staying in Vegas is mind blowing enough, the wonderful hotels just top it.

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Where the hotshots park it

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 17, 2006

I felt like such a queen staying at the Bellagio. This is an upscale resort on the strip where the millionaires like to stay and play. I would not only recommend this to others, but I also look forward to the time I can stay here again.
It's pricey; we stayed here one night as a special treat to ourselves. Weekdays you may be lucky to get a rate of $199, like I did. Weekends prepare to spend about $400 per night.

Unique Quality: Bellagio has 5 pools, all of which have amazingly warm and comfortable water temperatures. The pools get awfully crowded. Get there early if you can. The grounds are gorgeous (see tip on the Bellagio Conservatory) and each hour they host a fountain show on the lake in front of the building (see tip on Bellagio Fountains).

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Comfortable and Conveinent

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 14, 2006

We arrived before check in time, but had no problems getting a room right away. The bell desk service was always quick whether bringing bags to the room or coming to get them even though you are told to wait 15 minutes (only took 5). The pools were fabulous!! There are 3 and 2 of them have fountains in them. We never had a problem finding seats right next to the poolside. Service at the pool was hit and miss. The first day we had a GREAT waitress, rest of the days we had waitresses who were not very attentive. The food selection at the pool was a little disappointing. You can't order it from the waitress (have to walk up to the bar) and they only offer 2 different premade sandwhiches. But the sandwhiches were very good.

Didn't try any of the restaurants, but I did hang out in Caramel (lounge) one night. Good drinks, not too crowded. It was small so it felt a little cramped since there was next to no seating, but enough standing room. There was a DJ playing hip hop music, and the crowd was definatly under 30. I had a great time just hanging there.

Unique Quality: The rooms are really toThe beds were out of this world comfortable. Not to mention the 4 pillows on the bed as well. (I love sleeping w/ several fluffy pillows). The bathrooms are imaculate!!

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The Spa Tower

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 19, 2006

During late summer 2006 I spent a long weekend in the "new" Spa Tower in the Bellaio. I know it is a bit of a trek compared to the original main Bellagio tower, as you have to walk back a bit from the lobby, but I'll tell you- the rooms are so much better in the spa tower, and for the same price!

Unique Quality: I loved the green marble tile accents that the main tower doesn''t have... altogether a much more up-to-date decor!

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The Classiest Hotel on the Strip

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 2, 2006

Its always been a favourite but have never managed to stay there but with special offers on room rates ,this year we had seven great nights in this amazing hotel. Rooms with fountain views on the 18th floor were enormous and with a huge floor to ceiling window looking out onto the lake and the Strip beyond, it surpassed all our dreams. Giant kingsize beds with a tapestry canopy overhead, remote controlled drapes and lighting and one of the biggest bathrooms Ive ever seen with a tub and a shower for 6 people all made for a great stay.

Unique Quality: With 10,000 employees this hotel really has a touch of luxury. So much to see and do here, from the amazing conservatory with its ever changing flowers and decorations, to the wonderful restaurants and lounges and a vast Spa with over 300 staff! 7 swimming pools surrounded by private villas with their own pools and jacuzzis and housing big name filmstars and the elegant shopping walkway where Dior, Fendi, and Gucci rub shoulders with Jimmy Shoo, Cartier and then some. This hotel is class!

Directions: You cant miss it! Look for the dancing fountains every 30 minutes.

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Lake activities

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 11, 2006

There are very new hotels after the opening of Belagio.But I think the best among of all Vegas hotels is without any doubt Belalagio.this is a great experience specially if you succeed to have a room with the lake view..

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Steve Wynn's Masterpiece

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 12, 2006

The Bellagio, built by Steve Wynn, Las Vegas' leading casino entrepreneur, is one of the world's great hotels. It is vast in scale, with a few thousand rooms and hallways that stretch for hundreds of meters. Both the interior and exterior are beautiful. The exterior features dancing fountains that hundreds of spectators watch every evening, as well as multiple swimming pools that Anna thought were the highlight of our trip. The interior features a large casino (this is Las Vegas), as well as a beautiful lobby and conservatory, featuring huge glass flowers and mutiple fountains. In addition, the Bellagio has a number of good restaurants, the best art gallery in Las Vegas, a ballroom that can accomodate thousands, and a huge conference center.

The service was generally very good, despite the hotel's vast size and the thousands of guests that needed to be taken care of each day. If you want to pay up for a high-end Las Vegas experience, the Bellagio is a good choice.

Directions: On the Las Vegas Strip.

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Beautiful Hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 8, 2006

Bellagio was great. The Show "O" was fabulous! A Must See!!!! Rooms were spacious, Garden/Pool view was delightful. Casino was enjoyable.

Unique Quality: Pools are fabulous and heated. Grounds were impecably clean. Staff courteous.

Directions: Minutes away from Airport

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What an upgrade!!

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 18, 2006

The Bellagio is one of the best hotels in Las Vegas. We have stayed there a few times, but on our last trip, we decided to celebrate with a suite. And oh, what a suite it was. When we arrived, we were informed that we had been upgraded from our reserved suite to a special one as we were celebrating our anniversary.

The suite was extremely spacious and comfortable. Comfortable furniture, high end linens, and delightful bath products, but more than anything else - what a view!

If you want to spoil yourself, reserve a suite and live the life...

Unique Quality: The hotel has many extremely nice restaurants featuring a variety of cuisines. We would highly recommend dinner at Picasso's, Olive's or Le Circue. They are not cheap, but they are well worth the price.

The pool area is beautiful, with I believe five pools. One in the center that can be used to swim laps or just relax, and then four smaller pools surrounding fountains. A great way to cool off in the warm desert heat.

And not to be forgotten is the front lake and water show. Fountains of water erupt across the lake choreographed to music. It is truly beautiful.

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I am in LOVE with this hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 4, 2006

I didnt actually stay here, but spent most of my time here. The stores and salons are AWESOME.
And the restaurants ROCK!! has the best service ever.
When i come back i will definately save to stay here.

Unique Quality: It is just pure elegance!!

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The Best Vegas Hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 22, 2006

I love this hotel and have stayed here half a dozen times. I've stayed at other hotels in vegas, but I like this one so much because of its luxurious rooms, awesome restaurants, beautiful casino, and great location on the strip. If you can get a lakeview room, its even better with the fountain show. The rooms are quiet and the beds are very comfortable. They could use better pillow, but all around very good. The club Light used to be a big hot spot, but is pretty dead now. Bellagio also has some of the best restaurants in vegas including Le Cirque, Prime steakhouse, Olives, Fix, and Circo- all womderful!

Unique Quality: The changing flower and water dislpay in the observatory is always such fun to see!

In the summer, the pool area is very nice with many pools and misting...

Directions: across from Paris

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Room location at Bellagio

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 22, 2006

I'm writing this tip to tell about what room you should try to get if you stay at Bellagio.

The new tower, called the Spa Tower, isn't that great. It's a long walk to the tower from the lobby and casino. However, if you are there for Spa treatments, then you want to stay there, because the new Spa is close... hence the name.

If you're in the old tower, you need to upgrade to the strip view. I'm not sure what the difference in cost is, but it's really worth it. The strip view room gives you a view of the lake and the fountain. It's really spectacular. YOu can turn the TV on to channel 31 and listen to the music... then every 15 mins (on the weekends) the fountain starts again. I didn't think i'd enjoy this so much, but it is really cool... a large variety of music and different choreography keeps it very entertaining. Not that you want to stay in your room all night watching the show, but it's a great show while you're getting ready to go out. Also, make sure you're on at least the 10th floor because otherwise you'll be blocked from seeing the all of the fountains.

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Fountains of Tranquility

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 20, 2005

Bellagio is well worth the few extra dollars to stay. If you check out their reservation center, www.bellagio.com, you can view dates that have great values. I highly recommend upgrade to lakeview (fountains) for an additional $50. per night. The service was great. The rooms were immaculate and turndown service at night....well who could ask for anything more. The layout of the building makes it easy getting from A-B.. Free Trams, esculators, elavators from the Bellagio make it easy access to all other hotels/casinos. This is great as you never have to cross the madness of traffic on the strip. You can also take walkway over strip to access monorail. This is $3.00 on way and makes for easy, enjoyable ride. The fountains at night dance to music every 15 mins. Each dance is different, I lost count after 20. They have a TV channel that you switch to when in your room to listen to the music of the water dance. Of course you don't have to stay at Bellagio to enjoy the fountains. But well worth the experience if you can.

Unique Quality: The architeture of the interior is worth a stroll through if nothing else. Beautifully designed glass fixtures float from the ceilings with mulitude of colors. Although it was abit chilly to swim in pools (november trip), we did walk around. They are as beautiful as the rest of the Bellagio with several areas to choose from. The art gallery is a must for those who dream of viewing original pieces of Van Gogh, Monet and many others. The cost is $15.00 with handheld informational phones to listen as you view the paintings. It tells you abit about the artist and where he was and his thoughts when he created that particular piece. The spa at Bellagio is well worth treating yourself.. They offer a superb selection for both genders. Prices vary, but not overly expensive compared to any spa treatment.

Directions: On the strip, next to Ceasars Palace

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To the victor... goes the spoils

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 21, 2005

The Bellagio is a well designed example of what spoils the rich enjoy. The shopping here is unequaled, not in variety, but in taste. The casino is very spread out, much like Caesars, but offers more cheap (15 minimum) blackjack tables than you would think for such an exquisite Vegas hotel. The buffet here is to die for, as is Club Prive and Cafe Bellagio, and the overall atmosphere is very posh and well designed.

Unique Quality: Besides being one of the best-designed hotel in America, with some of the most extravagent shops, you have to recogize the number one unique attraction at the Bellagio: The Fountains.

Directions: Center of the Strip

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Address: 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States

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