Bellagio Las Vegas

Address: 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort, located in the The Strip and Vicinity area of Las Vegas, is near Bellagio Fountains, Conservatory & Botanical Gardens at Bellagio, Casino at Bellagio, and Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBellagio Las Vegas

    Reviewed by charliecation

    Expensive but fun

    Reviewed Apr 10, 2015
    by (11 reviews) Swindon , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Wow this place is expensive - treated ourselves to a room with a view of the fountains - it was nice, ultra clean and looked after but would be nicer with bigger windows. Bed was really comfy and enjoyed breakfast at the poolside Cafe

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    Amazing view from our room
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    Reviewed by ditchthecube

    Nice upscale place

    Reviewed Jan 28, 2015
    by (3 reviews) Kansas City, MO , United States Flag of United States

    Nice upscale place. Fountains are nice, but get old after a day or so.

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    Reviewed by kimjasiak

    Beautiful and spacious

    Reviewed Apr 25, 2014
    by (6 reviews) Phoenix , United States Flag of United States

    Bellagio is a beautiful hotel with outstanding shopping and beautiful/colorful atmosphere. Lots of gambling, restaurants and rooms spacious, clean and bright. Also, the hotel is central on the strip to many outstanding hotels within walking distance.

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    Reviewed by daisylou71


    Reviewed Oct 11, 2013
    by (6 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Love it!

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    Reviewed by ejwest82

    Buffet at the Bellagio

    Reviewed Sep 10, 2013
    by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    We had been highly recommended to go and visit the Bellagio and have a breakfast buffet. The food and the choice available was fantastic - the service however wasn't what I would expect to see in a five star hotel. My biggest bugbear was that we were not given fresh cutlery, we had to use the same cutlery over and over whilst eating different dishes. That would never happen in the UK even in a small chain restaurant.

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    Reviewed by edsells


    Reviewed Jun 19, 2013
    by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Hang the expense, or even better, go midweek. Look for specials on other sites and stay in the fountain view room. It's a view you will never get sick of. Our room was plush, the bed fantastic and the bathroom large. The pool area was big but of course crowded. Some check in staff a bit average but that's minor. We stayed in floor 17 and it was the most exquisite view ever. Close to everything. Go see "O" while u are there.

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    Reviewed by spacoette73

    Bellagio Hotel

    Reviewed Jan 17, 2013
    by (6 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom


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    Reviewed by cjduley


    Reviewed Aug 26, 2012
    by (14 reviews) Melton Mowbray , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Enjoyed every moment and impressed with the extravagent garden displays in the Atrium. Right in the heart of the Strip. Not as expensive as it seems when compared to Adelaide hotels and now in Canada. Enjoyed it all.

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    Reviewed by dricagio


    Reviewed Jul 3, 2012
    by (2 reviews) Goiania , Brazil Flag of Brazil

    Great location and service. I specially love the swiming pool area, and of course, it's all about Italy!

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    Reviewed by sidsel_nicolai

    Drømme hotellet over dem alle

    Reviewed Aug 9, 2011
    by (3 reviews) , Denmark Flag of Denmark

    Det var en helt utrolig oplevelse at bo og opleve dette fantastiske hotel. Alt var bare utroligt og personalet var så hjælpsomme

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    Reviewed by rockfsh

    Just beautiful

    Reviewed May 21, 2011
    by (1 review) Honolulu , United States Flag of United States

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    Reviewed by anaciobi

    Excellent hotel

    Reviewed May 20, 2011
    by (10 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    The best hotel we stayed since we started our journey. The room was fantastic with a great view overlooking the swimming pool.

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    Reviewed by jizmo

    Stunning, but many amenities are publicly accessible.

    Reviewed Apr 26, 2011
    by (11 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

    Absolutely gorgeous rooms to be expected, as is the level of service.
    We had no time for the pool or gym unfortunately.
    Sadly, as a hotel guest there is no special treatment for the incredible lines at the buffet. Which is extravagant in variety if at times mediocre in quality. The casino itself is tastefully decorated but again, public access. Next time I would also opt for a fountain view room for a small amount more. The view of the the rest of Vegas is uninspiring.
    Bottom line, come here to be the Prince knowing you can dress like one for much less.

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    Reviewed by abarnes

    Very refined and elegant hotel/casino

    Reviewed Mar 24, 2011
    by (10 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Beautiful hotel rooms, restaurants, conservatory, "O" Theatre, chandeliers and flowers...everything is well maintained and elegant. We enjoyed a lovely dinner at Prime Steakhouse in the evening where we could see the fountains while we dined. We had a delightful, light dinner one evening at the Bellagio Cafe. "O" was incredible. Hotel staff was very pleasant and accommodating. We enjoyed the conservatory and the fountains. Because the Bellagio provides a pick-up area for tour buses, we were able to be picked up at the Bellagio for our Grand Canyon tour. People who stayed at other hotel/casinos that did not have this feature had to either get to another location or be picked up by a shuttle and taken to another location. The Bellagio is super nice and convenient for so many things!

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Bellagio Las Vegas



    I Just got back from staying at the Bellagio today. we were there for 4 days. everyone was wonderful. they made you feel welcome. i would recommend it highly to everyone. i can't wait to go back.

    I'll be back !


    We stayed 4 nights to celebrate my wife's 40th birthday. Would recommend a lakeview room, we never tired of watching the fountain show. Our room was lovely and clean and a good size. A trip to the Grand Canyon followed by a couple of hours drinking wine and watching the fountains before going to see 'O' made my wife's birthday a day never to be forgotten. Not a cheap day but worth every penny. Do not miss 'O' words can't describe how good it is. We have started saving for a return visit.

    Too Big - Check in a hassle


    Although beautiful - it's just too big. Despite their claim of promising to have you a room when you get there, it took over two hours to get a room. Of course, the manager says it's all your fault because they are tryig to accomodate your room type request! The price structure is also questionable. We paid $259 and heard others who paid $159 for same room. When questioned, the check-in representative rudely explained that once a price was quoted there was no negotiating!

    The rooms are very nice, but I've stayed in nicer. The hotel is so big it is overpowering. The lines to the overpriced buffett were very, very, long. The conservatory is lovely and worth a walk-through. The coffee shop us overpriced - $3 for a small cup of coffee. The casino is too big and didn't seem friendly. This hotel is difinitely not a 4 star (some of their ads claim 5 star - no way). Next time, we'll stay at the Venetian. T

    Wonderful Hotel


    We stayed at the Bellagio in June, 2002 for our anniversary. I have nothing but absolutely wonderful things to say about the hotel. The room was just gorgeous. We didn't stay in a fountain-view room but you can watch the fountain show from outside so who cares about seeing it from your room. This hotel is Class A across the board. I absolutely loved it! Its pricey though but when you get there, you'll know that your money was well spent. I just can't say enough great things about it. And the buffets are to die for!

    A gorgeous hotel


    we stayed here in June and it was beautiful. When we checked in they upgraded us to a deluxe suite as we were getting married. Our room had 2 bathrooms, one with a sauna and another with a whirlpool and 4 televisions.

    The staff were all really friendly and helpful. The fountains were amazing and I cant wait to stay there again

    Beautiful hotel


    We enjoyed our stay at the Belliago last summer and hope to visit again. We really enjoyed watching the fountains from our room. The television has a channel to provide the music. How excellent. I video taped the fountains about 10 different times from the room. The video came out great. The most fun was the piano music by Ariel. We sat at the lounge for over an hour enjoying the wonderful music. I bought a couple of his cd's and still play them from time to time. Our trip was unforgettable!



    after having my windshield broken out in the bellagio parking lot (less than 100 feet from the entrance) Their security staff assured me that the risk management staff would give this a proper review and would help us in rectifying the problem. it so happens they did the opposite.

    their staff told me it was not the responsibility of the hotel and pretty much suck it up.

    nice way to treat a casual yet formerly frequent customer of the hotel and mainly the casino.

    i've been known to drop two or three thousand dollars on a given night. obviously not enough to warrant management to try to make a customer feel welcome. if your not a whale (million dollar credit limit) then it's to bad. but if i was a whale, i would be riding in a limo, not driving. i guess i will have to take my small money to a casino that appreciates a loyal customer.

    Didn't like the stay at Bellagio


    I would like to share my recent experience at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada with other people so they can re-think any future plans of staying at that hotel. On December 2001 my family and I flew to Las Vegas for a three day stay at the Bellagio. We had reserved one of the penthouse suites which are very expensive. In addition to thecost of our suite, we spent a large amount of money at their facilities, including gambling losses. Sometime during our first night at the Bellagio we had a couple of

    drinks out of the room's mini-bar but failed to notice that the seal on the Sprite bottles had already been broken. Whatever liquid was in the bottle caused us to become very ill, with flu-like symptoms including diarrhea. We reported the incident to the hotel staff who questioned the truthfulness of our claims and treated us rudely and disrespectfully.After lengthy discussions the hotel finally agreed not to charge us for the two bottles! We were extremely disheartened by their proposed resolution, especially in light of the fact that we had spent a lot of money to stay at that hotel. I write this as an expression of remorse that the owners and operators of these hotels are so rich and powerful that they feel they do not need treat their guests with respect, except of course the "high-rollers." Do you think if "high-roller" or a celebrity had lodged the same complaint as me they would have been similarly treated? Of course not. I appeal to all of you who fit into the category of average citizen, people whose pleas would be ignored, under the same circumstances, and ask you to boycott the Bellagio Hotel and stay in one of the other 250,000 rooms available within the city of Las Vegas.

    Don't Get Your Hopes Up; This Place Stinks!


    This place is NOW a pit! I mean, the place has taken on the standards of a Holiday Inn. When I walked off the elevator, I knew it was going to be a long stay. A wet towel greeted me on the floor in the center of the hallway. When I got to my room, a pile of dirty plates from roomservice was outside the door. The room was of average size, but what really got me was the fact that there must have been a stain on the bedspread that would not come out, so instead of putting a new one on the bed, someone went through the effort to sew a patch on it. HOW TACKY! I checked out the next day and stayed at the Mandalay Bay, which was by far a much better experience.

    Fountains really are facinating


    Whether you stay at the bellagio or not, it

    is worth visiting.

    Be sure to walk through the flower atrium,

    and catch at least one of the fountain

    shows (every 20 minutes or something like that).

    You can get an excellent view by the street.

    Absolutedly worth looking at if you are in vegas.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Bellagio Las Vegas

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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