As above, a good place to stay if you want to be in the middle of the ‘ bling ‘ of Vegas ! The check in is a bit of a daunting task, depending upon the time of day you arrive. At least 20 check in desks and a queue as if you are at the bag drop at for an Easyjet flight. Rooms first class; no complaints as lovely and big and with a nice view of the dancing fountains and other hotels and lights of the strip.
Was told by the housekeeping staff that this hotel has 5000 rooms, 24 hour housekeeping service by 998 staff. Not for anybody who wants a quiet hotel ( except for your room which is very quiet ) as to get there you have to pass through the long smoky casino area.
Cannot say anything bad as actually quite enjoyed it at this hotel; did not enjoy Vegas that much as not into gambling and the like.
Bellagio overlooks a Mediterranean-blue, eight-acre lake in which fountains perform an aquatic ballet. All 3,933 rooms resemble Italian villas with marble flooring, marble baths, triple-sheeted linens and luxurious duvets. Suites offer his and her baths with steam showers and soaking jetted tubs. Bellagio’s artfully arranged Conservatory and Botanical Gardens attract millions of admirers each year, as do those Bellagio Fountains.