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October 26, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Bellagio in Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas is a city that redefines the meaning of the word superlative, and Bellagio stands among the very best. From the moment you enter the palatial lobby, veiled in 2,000 hand-blown glass flowers, bliss is yours. Beautiful guest rooms and dazzling estate-style suites triumphantly encapsulate luxury, while Spa Bellagio bathes you in sheer indulgence. A plethora of gourmet dining selections features some of the finest restaurants in the country, including the AAA Five-Diamond Award-winning Le Cirque and Picasso.

From the moment you awaken, you will feel the lure of this magnificent resort. Splash around in the inviting Mediterranean-inspired pool area, where you can reserve a private cabana or indulge in an al fresco massage. Perhaps you would like a treat from the likes of Gucci or Tiffany while you shop Via Bellagio. Savor a European-style pastry from the world-renowned Jean-Philippe Patisserie. Meander through the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, or take a limousine to the nearby Shadow Creek Golf Club, where Bellagio guests enjoy privileged access. Be sure to catch the critically-acclaimed "O™" Cirque du Soleil show, where an aquatic tapestry of artistry, surrealism and theatrical romance join forces in a timeless production masterpiece. As for nightlife destinations, The Bank and sleek lounges at Bellagio offer the best of Las Vegas.

Location of Bellagio

Bellagio
3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South
89109
Las Vegas, Nevada

Nearest Airport: LAS

Amenities for Bellagio

  • General Information
  • 3933 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • Ice Cream Parlor
  • Room Service
  • Coffee Shop
  • 6 Bars
  • Snack Bar
  • Bakery
  • 14 Restaurants
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Casino
  • WiFi
  • Cell Phone Rental
  • Live Entertainment
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Nightclub
  • Art Collection
  • Gardens
  • Lounge
  • Pool Cabanas
  • Outdoor Pools
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • iPod Docks
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Whirlpool Bathtubs
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Laptop Rental
  • Conference Facilities
  • Nearby
  • Shopping Mall
  • Interests
  • City
  • Food & Wine
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Spa & Wellness
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Bellagio

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TripAdvisor

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 17 hours ago

This hotel is incredible and was the final stop of our honeymoon. We had a fountain view room on the 22nd floor allowing us amazing views of the iconic fountain shows. All the staff from the check in staff to the concierge to those who assisted us with our luggage we’re extremely helpful and offered us exceptional service. We also watched “O”during our stay which the concierge kindly organised for us before we arrived so we got the seats we wanted- would highly recommend this. This hotel was perfect for our final honeymoon stop and we hope to return very soon.

Mandy R


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 17 hours ago

Okay, I have a small bias for the Bellagio. We stayed here when getting married, and have returned on multiple occasions, including this past week (along with two upcoming stays next month and in January). We keep coming back because whenever we stay elsewhere in Vegas, we always keep comparing to the Bellagio, and we always return. This trip we had a fountain view suite on the 32nd floor, and had a near flawless experience. The staff continues to go above and beyond (in most instances), the rooms are awesome (the steam shower continues to be one of my favorite features), and the experience is second to none. One hiccup in service - our bags were lost in travel, and a call to Guest Services requesting a comb and some deodorant were met with a "We don't provide those items"? Clearly someone new or not empathetic. The highlight was a daybed at the Cypress pool - experience is top notch and the service staff at the adults only pool is second to none! Whatever else you order, be sure to get the homemade and hand dipped ice cream bars.

Ken R - Memphis, Tennessee


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 18 hours ago

Stayed here for the fourth time, but the first with friends, who were blown away. The fountains are always special and one of the few free things in Vegas. We were in the Spa tower which was fine although the views were disappointing.

Alan O - Jersey


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 18 hours ago

We paid for an upgrade to a fountain view room based on previous reviews. The room itself was fantastic, what was not so fantastic was to discover that a substantial amount of money was stolen from our room. This was reported to security. Feedback from risk management was that they could not accuse anyone directly, but confirmed that the only person entering our room on the day in question was housekeeping. This means that I am either lying about what was stolen and (I assume) that they continue to employ a person who makes a habit of stealing from people's rooms as I was informed that this was not the first time such an incident had occurred. Not something you expect in an up-market hotel. Yes, they provide a safe which would have cost us an additional $400 for the duration of our stay....extortionate....and this cost deters people from using it. I did not receive any feedback/contact with the hotel management about this incident and I was told that this sort of thing has happened before., Would not stay there again or recommend to others.

Wendy F - Leicester


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

I’ll start this with a precursor that both myself, and my wife have stayed at numerous hotels in Las Vegas over the years & have stayed at the Bellagio on 3-4 previous occasions including friend’s weddings etc. This year (on my birthday) as a special treat we decided to attend Barrett Jackson car auction & stay at the Bellagio (again) as we had previously had a good experience. The check in experience on Friday 20th was fine, and nothing untoward occurred on Friday evening into early Saturday given the occasional loud door banging at 3am. Saturday (after the car auction) was however an entirely different experience, we’d obviously walked around the auction a large amount, come back & sat by the pool for an hour or so (great maids & pool staff), and then gone out for dinner. Obviously feeling a little tired we retired somewhat early to bed – approximately 9.00pm, apparently in the Bellagio it is now appropriate to hire a DJ in your suite, and invite a number of guests to 8601, unfortunately we were in 8603. When I could no longer take the din of the DJ and constant door banging & shouting in the corridor I called down to “guest services” that dispatched two security guards. After they finally managed to break through the din to actually get someone to answer the door, the DJ turned the volume down a little (and they closed the door). Happily, around this time the kids that were with the parents at the party must have been getting somewhat sleepy, so the parents deposited them in the room next door to ours, and told them “to watch TV but don’t answer the door”…this is small children max of 6 years old (great parenting). Myself & my wife then actually walked down to reception, (note we walked down there, as we had already had enough) requesting a room change due to the excessive party noise and now the added bonus of kids playing movies at high volume & running around unsupervised. “Unfortunately we’re sold out”…”OK, so do any of your other hotels have rooms” “No, all our partner hotels will be the same, we’ll send security up again” “Security” attended the room – and to be honest it did get slightly better. Until 12.30pm when the party started winding down & one guest – who had obviously used his ginormous intellect to determine who had complained about the noise-decided to body slam our room door, twice. Long story short, argument ensued in the corridor, “Security” turned up late, and another call was made to “Guest Services” at which point I stated, “move us rooms, or refund us”. We were moved rooms, which was another woeful experience, thanks for the help. Given what was supposed to be a “Birthday Weekend”, both my wife & myself were so upset & sickened by the stay that we decided to check out & head home a day early. “The checkout line is over there”…….”No, we want to speak to the manager and check out” Yes, that’s correct – we’d prefer to cancel flights, arrange a rental car & drive 7 hours rather than potentially stay another night at the Bellagio. Crux of the discussion was – “You booked the room through Orbitz, they block book, so we can’t refund – but it might be worth you calling them to ask” “We want to make it right, we’ll give you a better room tonight” “We’ll reduce your room charge by 50%”………”Oh, we can’t because you booked through Orbitz” “Would you like breakfast, we’ll give you a $50 credit” – my wife when asked declined this one in tears. So the Bellagio was complicit in allowing a suite and associated rooms to allow a DJ and subsequent party to occur in a suite – and it appears as though they don’t care about the other 60 or so guests on that part of the wing????? And the “Manager” when asked at checkout, said essentially that “it is Vegas”…….yes, it is Vegas, but at the same time the Bellagio encouraged the behavior by allowing a DJ in the room! The explanation regarding “we can’t dictate who stays here, if you have the money to stay here you can” doesn’t sit well with me either. Essentially it appears as though it is appropriate to do whatever you feel like at the detriment of other paying guests, with no recourse... Orbitz (on the 7 hour drive home) tried to contact the Bellagio, regarding cancelling the 3rd night. After being on hold for 1.5 hours the associate escalated it to the manager. The manger then attempted to contact them twice, and again – on hold for an hour. Eventually Orbitz managed to talk to someone who had details of the issues, unfortunately as we had “turned down” their offer of “compensation” they weren’t willing to refund the 3rd night we hadn’t used. “Compensation” I assume is the $50 breakfast voucher. Let me get this straight, that’s $50 for a $300 night hotel room. If you “pay per production”, last nights stay produced 3 hours sleep out of a potential for 12, so where’s my other $225? Ultimately I’ve had better experiences with La Quinta (I stayed there once and paid 1/8th of the price), and I’m sadly disappointed with the attitude of the management, and desk staff over the weekend. I certainly will no longer be dealing with any of the MGM brand companies on a pleasure or commercial basis. Lets just reiterate the facts – it’s 12.30am, I’M TYPING A COMPLAINT (which I never do), HAVING HAD 3 HOURS WORTH OF SLEEP, WAKING UP AND CANCELLING FLIGHTS, ARRANGING A RENTAL CAR AND DRIVING HOME. HAPPY BIRTHDAY.

neejah - Tucson, Arizona


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