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Bellagio Las Vegas

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Inspired by the beautiful villages of Europe, AAA Five Diamond Bellagio overlooks a Mediterranean-blue lake in which fountains perform a magnificent ballet choreographed to music and lights. The lobby is, in a word, grand, both in scale and in design. Above the 18-foot ceiling is a coffer filled with the most extraordinary glass masterpiece, Fiori di Como, created by glass sculptor Dale Chihuly, whose work has been exhibited in every major museum in the world. At Bellagio, elegantly appointed accommodations pair modern conveniences with the warmth of home, featuring sweeping vistas of the resort's lake, surrounding mountains and Las Vegas skyline. Discerning guests who book a Penthouse suite are invited to indulge in the luxurious Chairman's Lounge which offers a private registration and concierge experience. Bellagio's restaurants run the gamut from gourmet Five Diamond to casual dining. Food lovers no longer have to go to Paris or New York for the best culinary experiences. Bellagio features a Michelin two star restaurant (Picasso), two Michelin one star restaurants (Le Cirque and MICHAEL MINA Bellagio), two AAA Five Diamond restaurants (Picasso and Le Cirque) and a James Beard award-winning restaurant (Picasso). Bellagio also is home to four James Beard award-winning chefs - Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Todd English, Michael Mina and Nevada's first James Beard award recipient, Julian Serrano. Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge led by Chef Akira Back features seasonal fish and ingredients flown in daily from the finest markets around the world. Bellagio is home to an impressive collection of luxury retailers including Hermes, Valentino, Guerlain and OMEGA as well as the resort's retail promenade, Via Bellagio, featuring Louis Vuitton, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Tiffany & Co., Breguet, Prada, Harry Winston, Chanel, Dior, Fendi and Bottega Veneta. A world-class art gallery showcasing annual museum-caliber exhibitions, the exquisite beauty of the lush Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, Cirque du Soleil's stunning performance of "O," an intimate wedding chapel, luxurious spa and salon, dynamic nightlife of The Bank, Hyde Bellagio, Lily Bar & Lounge and an elegant casino add to the symphony that is Bellagio.
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Property amenities
Room Service
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free Internet
Adult pool
Airport Transportation
Banquet Room
Breakfast Available
Business Center with Internet Access
Casino and Gambling
Conference Facilities
Dry Cleaning
Heated pool
Hot Tub
Meeting Rooms
Multilingual Staff
Outdoor pool
Paid Wifi
Public Wifi
Wheelchair Access
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Room features
Accessible rooms
Air Conditioning
Non-Smoking Rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Cheap linens on the bed and in the bath (for a room that averaged $600 a night!) We asked for a spa tower room and wound up in a handicap accessible room overlooking the highway. The steam shower leaked all over the bathroom and there is no where to hang a towel or robe without
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My wife and I and two of our adult children stayed at the Bellagio shortly after Christmas. The lobby was teaming with visitors and guests yet the service throughout the hotel was excellent - in the restaurants, bars, sports book, valet. The room was clean, comfortable and
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Great place to travel ! I love staying here and being around this hotel ! Lots of food and shopping to do . Good location and great rooms with view of fountain for good price ! We went for 4 night on Valentine’s Day and had a great time
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Very nice resort, big casino, very clean room and a variety of places to eat. The Buffet is very good, fresh and all kind of food including vegetarian. The staff was pleasant and most of them friendly.
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We were passing through and love to visit Vegas at least twice a year but this is our first time staying at bellagio and the SALONE suite and staff did not disappoint. We will be staying again and highly recommend the salone suite and mobile check in. Made things quite easy and
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Like the other answer, you do need to meet your guests downstairs and escort them up. They can’t get into the elevator section without a room key present. As for the media hub, there is a media hub in the room; it’s pretty comprehensive. And it will send your smart device’s media into the room TV and sound system. However, if you have a lake front view, and it sounds like you do, I suggest staying on the Bellaggio/Lake channel and listening to their selection of music; this is because when the fountains start, that channel’s music is synchronized to the fountain show. It’s very breathtaking from high above. And while I have a pretty eclectic sense of music, I never play it when I have guests up to my suite. Rathe, I opt for the Bellagio music channel so that they can get the full experience when the fountains start (which is every 15 minutes when nighttime hits).
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According to their website description of a Resort Tower King, it says: ‘offering gorgeous views of the surrounding mountains’. You will have to request a fountain view room to see the fountains. They are gorgeous to watch at night and are worth the upgrade!
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I have stayed at both and would stay at both again. Bellagio has a better location, in my opinion, more central. Venetian/Pallazo is newer, bigger, and has more shops and restaurants. The casinos at V/P have better air quality than Bellagio. V/P rooms are bigger with a sunken living room and the bathrooms have a separate toilet room, which is nice, keeps the rest of the bathroom accessible. Both have good check in service. I found the Uber pick up/drop off more convenient at V/P. Bellagio pool is bigger and very nice. I would give the edge to V/P for rooms and resort, but Bellagio for location. Just depends what is more important to you.
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"If you stay in a Fountain View Room, request the highest level possible."
"You might as well ask if you can get a room overlooking the lagoon, but it is hardly guaranteed"
"High floor, fountain view is the way to go."
"Choose a room in another hotel. Not environmentally friendly."
"The fountain view rooms are worth paying extra for"
US$211 - US$586 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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