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Bellagio Las Vegas

3600 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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  • Bellagio Las VegasPro 2014
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    I never stayed here but Bellagio is one of my favorite hotel to visit when I'm in vegas.

    Fountain: The famous dancing fountain that plays by the music every night, great for families and couples.

    Consrvatory & Botanical Gardem: My favorite thing about Vegas. They have live performance daily (5-6pm). The stunning garden displays change seasonally and during holidays. The gardens are meticulously taken cared of and some of the displays move if you watch closely.

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  • Bellagio Las VegasPro 2014
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    Really classy hotel - stayed here a couple of times. The rooms are big and nicely appointed. The beds are super comfy. The wifi works and they have a great fitness center.

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    It's a beautiful hotel... inside have a wonderful thematic garden and outside a big amazing fountains that in the nights dance with music... It's a really excited and special.

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  • Bellagio Las VegasAmbassadorPro 2014
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    Opulent and lavish, the Bellagio is one of the finer hotels on the Strip. It has great dining and gorgeous decor, but I prefer it as a place to walk through and admire rather than gamble or eat, as the prices are exorbitant.

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    Wonderful hotel! Great location, excellent views (fountain view deluxe), pools were refreshing with nice landscaping and not overly crowded, and the food was fantastic!

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  • Bellagio Las Vegas
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    Ok, I must start this review with a question; How the devil did I go this long without reviewing one of the premier joints in Las Vegas? (all answers are quite welcome). This is one of the swankiest places on the famous Las Vegas Strip. So let me start with this, most places after ten years or without a major renovation look dingy and decrepit. Not so with the Bellagio, this place always looks tops o the pops. Don’t be intimidated by they seemingly snobby exterior, come on in and bask in the class act that is the Bellagio! Live it up, you are in Las Vegas for cryin’ out loud!

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  • Bellagio Las VegasPro 2014
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    From the fountains to the colorful indoor garden (the Conservatory), to Dale Chihuly's work-of-art lobby (Fiori di Como), to the buffet and slot machines, there's something to do for everyone at the Bellagio. I'm not a Vegas-type person, but I actually love it here. Probably the only casino I could ever tolerate and actually enjoy. :)

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  • Bellagio Las VegasPro 2014

    The Bellagio will likely always be one of my favorite places to stay in Las Vegas. Steve Wynn built this hotel after the success of the Mirage and Treasure Island. This was the first billion-dollar hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, and it shows. The shops are high end. The restaurants feature celebrity chefs, the spa is first class, the pool is stunning, and everything else is exactly what you would expect of a hotel of this magnitude.

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    Very nice yet the overall vibe isn't for me. Enjoy the fountain show and hopefully the awesome noodle shop is still here.

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    Sooo fancy!! The water show out front is AMAZING!! If you haven't seen it already, you have to!! Breath taking..

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    Great hotel, beautiful outside and inside. However aware they during construction at night, the worker wasn't paid attention to the guest walking by. They got chinese new year decoration in january.

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    The Bellagio has all of the major elements of a top tier luxury hotel. I haven't stayed here, but I've passed through a number of times checking out the bars, casino floor and the nightclub Bank. The Bank is actually really small by Vegas standards, but it's still a good time... not as overwhelming as the bigger spots.

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    The luxurious Bellagio is a foodie's dream hotel. From the world's largest chocolate fountain inside the Spa Tower to the new "Culinary Classroom" where participants can learn gourmet skills from the Executive Chef Edmond Wong, there are countless options for food fanatics to indulge.

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    In the middle of the Strip, the Bellagio has nouveau-riche appeal. Dancing fountains, an indoor conservatory and a gargantuan swimming pool complex make this one of the most deluxe casino hotels on the Strip.

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    The Bellagio is nice and fancy, but the main draw is their buffet. The buffet at the Bellagio is considered the best in Las Vegas. It is pricey, but if you want a great breakfast, lunch, or dinner and splurge on a lavish meal, then I suggest coming to the Bellagio.

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    Beautiful and large hotel. They have a nice garden, shops, and galleries to walk through. There's a small gelato place right off the escalators which is always delicious. The casino is huge and does not reek of smoke. And of course there are the fountain shows to enjoy.

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    Utterly hated it and Las Vegas. What a complete toilet of a place. The singing fountains are spectacularly awful.

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    If a gyrating crowd of thousands isn’t your thing, you’ll likely appreciate the scene at the garden pool area that the Bellagio has transformed into its Cypress Premier Lounges. Sedate and private, this is all paid seating, and includes a personal host, infused water, smoothie shots, Evian misters, and chilled towels. Order food, drinks, and poolside massages from a menu. For extra privacy, reserve a cabana at one of the four other pools—it comes with Wi-Fi, HDTV, a fully stocked refrigerator, and pool rafts.

    When to Go: Monday through Thursday for the best rates.

    Admission: On weekdays, lounge chairs cost $50, daybeds $150, cabanas $300; prices increase for weekends and holidays.

    Open to Non-Hotel Guests? Hotel guests only.

    Family Friendly? Must be 14 years old or accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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    This used to be the place to stay on the Strip before they built the Wynn, before they built Aria, before City Centre. The Bellagio will forever have the flowing water show, the Tiffany & Co. store, along with a string of upscale eateries and shops. The rooms surprisingly had thin walls. At least the one I stayed in. It was still colorful and beautifully decorated. The buffet here is pretty good but not my favorite. The staff is always super attentive and amicable. I have yet to have a bad experience here.

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Description

As the newest Las Vegas icon, the fountains at the Bellagio are a symbol of the city's meteoric burst from desert outpost to lush oasis. Inside, you'll find the same commitment to style, including a permanent Cirque du Soliel performance and a stunning Dale Chihuly installation above the lobby. Several of its restaurants have won James Beard awards, Michelin stars or AAA Five Diamond accolades. Looking for a bit of culture amid the glitz? Check out the Bellagio's Gallery of Fine Art or its botanical gardens, where over 100 professional horticulturists create gorgeous displays based on the seasons or holidays.

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4.5 out of 5
208 members' reviews
30,950 people visited Bellagio Las Vegas
Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend
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Reviews Summary

Excellent!17890 reviews across the web.

  • Guests recommend this as a luxury hotel.
  • Guests say it is the perfect hotel for a city trip.
  • Room
    91% thought the view was good.
  • Hotel
    90% thought it was clean.
  • Grounds
    Clean pool, said 86%.
  • Ambiance
    83% were fond of the entertainment options.
  • Location
    82% enjoyed the restaurants & bars nearby.
  • Hotel Building
    75% enjoyed the lobby entrance.

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