Bellagio Hotel And Casino

Bellagio Hotel And Casino

Bellagio Hotel And Casino room
Bellagio Hotel And Casino room

Stayed at the Bellagio for Halloween weekend and it was great! My friends had already checked in by the time my boyfriend and I arrived, but they did say the process was quick. The room was clean upon arrival and was a decent size. We paid for a fountain view room and were in the Spa Tower. Unfortunately, the view of the fountain was not the best (we had to go to the right side of the window to see it). I would hope next time that booking this selection would render a better view.

There are a few dining options inside– we got a crepe on Sunday from the crepe place. It was super good and a decent price compared to most food in Vegas (~$13). My boyfriend and I split it and couldn’t even finish the meal. Service was a bit slow, though.

The lobby is beautifully decorated and there were fall-themed decorations in the atrium area. It was SUPER GORGEOUS and my favorite “autumn” decor I saw all weekend. The only place that has a nicer lobby/hangout area is the Cosmo.

I didn’t hit the casino here at all, but my boyfriend did. He was a bit upset that, though he was playing for nearly 20 minutes, not one person came by to take a drink order. NO BUENO! The tables are upwards of $15 minimum bets, so we didn’t play anything.

My friends got room service one night and it was rather quick and the food decent. It ran them about $60. We got drinks at the pool bar and one of the bars in the casino… They were good, but very pricey (it is the Bellagio though!).

The pool was nice. We tried to sit in the “nicer” pool area with comfy chairs and were told. we would have to pay $100 per chair for the day… Um, no thanks.

The location is perfect and close to everything on the Strip. We went to shows at the Brooklyn Bowl Friday and Saturday night and it only took us about 15 minutes to get there.Las Vegas Hotel Reservations

Bellagio Hotel And Casino
3600 LAS Vegas Boulevard South,
Las Vegas, NV

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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.

Map to the Bellagio Hotel and the Las Vegas Strip

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