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Bellagio is a great hotel, but they totally try to screw AMEX customers. If you have the top AMEX cards you’re supposed to get $100 in restaurant credits plus $60 for breakfasts. In my last four stays Bellagio has never given the food credit until...More
I surprised my husband with a room here for our one year anniversary. I loved how easy check-in was. They emailed me with our room number and we went to a kiosk, and received our room key within minutes. It was fast and simple. I...More
Spent a night at the Bellagio for a girls trip last weekend. We had a two queen, non-fountain view room so not a top room, but not the cheapest room either. It was a throughly disappointing experience. The room was mediocre at best and did...More
Stayed 28th floor North tower with awesome fountain view. Fountain noise at night was disruptive to sleep. Otherwise, room was great, bed comfortable, large bathroom-however with that rate one would expect a COFFEE POT in room. Its the little things that count. But with first...More
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I had high expectations of this hotel!
Very disappointed with the whole experience.
Check in was appalling, over an hour!
They thought it totally acceptable that 3 ladies in their 50’s would only have one bed!! Then a €20 per person per night charge for...More
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 ...Moreword, 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. Less
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My experience going to several bars in Bellagio and on a Limo Booz cruz was that the dress code was very strict and they turned away anyone looking funky...the bars we were taken too was the very wealthy foreigner... More
My experience going to several bars in Bellagio and on a Limo Booz cruz was that the dress code was very strict and they turned away anyone looking funky...the bars we were taken too was the very wealthy foreigner scene...everybody dressed to the nines...suits and high heels...with an active dance floor.