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Bellagio Hotel and Casino
Referred to by its creator, Steve Wynn, as "The best hotel in the world". Built in 1998 at a cost of $1.6 Billion. 116,000 square foot casino. 3,025 rooms and suites, twelve restaurants, 10 acre lake with thousands of fountains separates the resort from the strip, botanical conservatory which changes several times throughout the year, fine art gallery, European spa, five outdoor pools, salon, upscale shopping area. An MGM Mirage property.

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Would you visit this hotel again?
yes 84%  16% no

Is this hotel family friendly?
yes 60%  40% no
Based on 94 total ratings.

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3stars  Nice place, can not compete with other high end hotels
Rooms nice, but Wynn/Cosmo/Venetian comes in with nicer rooms. Casino is poor - like a morgue. No excitement which yes is something I enjoy when I go to LV shocker shocker. I liked O, very very good show. The arboretum/conservatory display was phenomenal. I had one good and one not so good meal during my stay. Over all, 3 stars but you can get all the good experiences as a visitor, We are probably not going to stay there again.
Richard Moore, Jr.
Los Gatos, CA, USA - Sunday, December 29, 2013 at 16:06:14 (UTC)
2stars  
good = its beautiful, right in the middle of everything, and restaurants do not disappoint.
Bad = staff doesnt greet you with smile or eye contact this happens at most tables and I noticed it at concierge. Not just me which would be ok I can live but just watching other interactions. And the maid service was terrible. Very very disappointed overall had heard so many positive things.

I hope my experience was a fluke, I only get out there once a year or so and there are different places always opening so its unfair to say "I'll never return there" because honestly I dont think I have stayed anyplace more than twice, its just because of the variety. But I really wouldn't return to Bellagio.
Jan Bergstom <anonymous>
Rochdale, MA, USA - Thursday, December 31, 2009 at 14:29:14 (CST)
5stars  I luv luv luv The Bellagio!
I am getting married at The Bellagio in January, and am having my reception catered in one of the ballrooms. Even though I have not as yet stepped foot into the beautiful hotel, the staff that I have been working with for my event via telephone have been superb! We are looking very forward to staying in a lakeview PENTHOUSE, enjoying the fine dining, and being catered to hand and foot. I am actullay relieved to read that the hotel isn't child friendly. As adults, it's quite nice to find a refined hotel in Las Vegas where you don't have to put up with other people's children! We are looking forward to nothing short of a top-notch experience. Bottom line: money talks. If you don't have it, then don't expect to be treated as such. Thanks Bellagio! See you soon!

Roxy Royer <piscesrox80s@yahoo.com>
Tempe, AZ, USA - Wednesday, July 23, 2008 at 16:05:36 (CDT)
5stars  Penthouse Suite at Bellagio
My wife and I spent 2 nights in one of the Penthouse Suites and had a wonderful 2 days. The service was great. The wife really enjoyed the big Jacuzzi tub. The few was great. One night we had dinner in the room and had chocolate covered strawberries and champagne . It was a great evening. We always stay at the Bellagio when we are in Las Vegas.
Steve P <spowersaudio@cox.net>
Trabuco Canyon, CA, USA - Tuesday, November 06, 2007 at 21:46:20 (CST)
  It's a great hotel
We have been to Vegas several times and have stayed at Mandalay Bay, the Tower Suites at Wynn, Penthouse at Paris and a fountain view suite at Bellagio. The view from Bellagio is absolutely the best on the strip. The price is not the highest, but the location would be worth a little extra. The food at Bellagio is great, especially in Le Cirque and Circo. They even have a 24 hour cafe that serves everything. The food at Paris is horrible, especially room service. Wynn food is excellent as well. Bellagio is crowded because everyone wants to come and "see the sites" around the hotel, so that is a downside. Wynn is the the least crowded and the most relaxing place to stay on the strip, but you will pay for this added solitude. We travel as a married couple and do not bring our toddler daughter. I checked "not family friendly" becuase I think the concept of bringing a child to las vegas is not only rediculous, it makes the experience less enjoyable for everyone else who is trying to have an adults-only getaway. Kids would rather go to Disney World or the beach.

Bellagio is a YES, Wynn is a definite YES, Paris has great rooms, but bad food and very crowded. Mandalay Bay is forgettable. No matter where you stay, see "O" at least one time and if you like it (you will) see Le Reve next.
Jordan <jordan@nathantabor.com>
KERNERSVILLE, nc, USA - Wednesday, July 11, 2007 at 15:53:24 (CDT)
  the Bellagio is the best!
The bellagio has got to be the most greatest hotel in the world. Its even better tha the Venitian or the Wynn. You should stay there because it feels like home and its just a great place to stay.
Alex Nahabedian <alexnahabedian@yahoo.com>
los angeles, CA, USA - Friday, June 22, 2007 at 23:56:32 (CDT)
  the Bellagio is the best!
The bellagio has got to be the most greatest hotel in the world. Its even better tha the Venitian or the Wynn. You should stay there because it feels like home and its just a great place to stay.
Alex Nahabedian <alexnahabedian@yahoo.com>
los angeles, CA, USA - Friday, June 22, 2007 at 23:56:31 (CDT)
  the Bellagio is the best!
The bellagio has got to be the most greatest hotel in the world. Its even better tha the Venitian or the Wynn. You should stay there because it feels like home and its just a great place to stay.
Alex Nahabedian <alexnahabedian@yahoo.com>
los angeles, CA, USA - Friday, June 22, 2007 at 23:56:24 (CDT)
  the Bellagio is the best!
The bellagio has got to be the most greatest hotel in the world. Its even better tha the Venitian or the Wynn. You should stay there because it feels like home and its just a great place to stay.
Alex Nahabedian <alexnahabedian@yahoo.com>
los angeles, CA, USA - Friday, June 22, 2007 at 23:56:12 (CDT)
  the Bellagio is the best!
The bellagio has got to be the most greatest hotel in the world. Its even better tha the Venitian or the Wynn. You should stay there because it feels like home and its just a great place to stay.
Alex Nahabedian <alexnahabedian@yahoo.com>
los angeles, CA, USA - Friday, June 22, 2007 at 23:56:07 (CDT)
  No strollers, few kids is a great idea
The Bellagio is a great hotel because Vegas is NOT for babies and kids- go to Disneyworld for goodness sakes. Bellagio is pretty good about keeping out those HUGE strollers that block people and take up room in restaurants and walkways. The Bellagio staff is polite about it- but NO ONE in Vegas goes to bed early because it is an adult place. So NO ONE wants to be awakened by noisy kids and rude adults talking in full voice as they run down the hall. Bellagio is expensive enough to keep it almost adults only. The staff is friendly and the service is great. My only complaint is how hard it is to get service in the casino area- sometimes it is an hour before you see a cocktail waitress. The poker room is a lot of fun, with good floor staff. I've have 3 kids and don't go to Vegas to see more! So the Bellagio is a good bet for adults who want to get away. Though my last visit- there were kids in the cafe at ONE A.M. !
Lynn Cooper <mikadogirl@hotmail.com>
Seattle, wa, USA - Wednesday, July 05, 2006 at 18:49:47 (PDT)
  Nice, but not worth the price
It sure is pretty, but not worth the price.

They say no kids (which I think is good) but they should stick to it. I saw kids everywhere in the hotel and one was screaming at the buffet the day we ate there - although the breakfast buffet was great and well worth $13.

Their pools are over crowded. Very had to get a spot in the shade w/o paying big bucks for a cabana.

The room was very nice and clean but the rooms are not very soundproof. I think it's the cracks around the door - you could see a lot of light into the hall so of course sound will travel - banging doors, loud guests... I think they sould spring for a little "weather stripping" for around the room doors.

Staff wasn't outright rude - just "indifferent". Front desk clerks were an exception - they were very polite and upbeat. Valet attendents were snooty.
Girl Programmer <grlprgrmmr@gmail.com>
Buffalo, NY, USA - Thursday, May 11, 2006 at 08:33:32 (PDT)
  BEST HOTEL EVER
The Bellagio has to be the best hotel ever. I am a kid and stayed here and really enjoyed it. I like the five star hotel and the rooms were really good and clean. The hotel was perfect.
Brian <bjett92@comcast.net>
Indianapolis, IN, USA - Sunday, April 09, 2006 at 19:12:12 (PDT)
  I stayed at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas. One day I was walking alone in the hotel, feeling quite bored. I had never really been attracted to women before... men were always my thing. But as I gazed at these gorgeous women in the hotel, with their round breasts being almost fully exposed, I felt a stirring sensation going through my body. The one person that I remember the most was, believe it or not my maid. My room was cleaned every day and I admit I was not a good guest. I saw her on more than one occasion and she was extremely courteous and met my every need. Jackson from New York if you ever get to read this, I want you to know that I will remember my stay and recommend this place to everybody.

Michael B. Jackson <Wacko@yahoo.com>
New York, NY, USA - Tuesday, December 06, 2005 at 23:18:53 (PST)
  Stay here. There is so much excitement at this hotel. I loved walking out at night and seeing the fantastic water display. Its packed with people just relaxing and watching. The only complaint is that it is expensive. But, if you onlt make it to Vegas rarely (like me), this is the place to be!
Ashley
San Francisco, CA, USA - Saturday, March 05, 2005 at 21:00:17 (PST)
  No complaints about the hotel but to pay $600 for a totally rushed dinner at Picasso was completely insulting. I agree with everyone who says LEAVE THE KIDS AT HOME. They may be prescious to their parents but they're nothing short of complete annoyances to everyone else. Bellagio (and the rest of Vegas) should ban them altogether.
Eddie
Brooklyn, NY, USA - Saturday, May 01, 2004 at 09:48:17 (PDT)
  I recently stayed at the Bellagio Hotel in Las, Nevada. I had a pleasurable experience while there even though it was a company trip. I was treated very well by all of the staff while there. The one person that I remember the most was, believe it or not my maid. My room was cleaned extraordinarily every day and I admit I was not a good guest. I saw her on more than one occasion and she was extremely courteous and met my every need. Lorenza from Texas if you ever get to read this, I want you to know that I will remember my stay and recommend this palace to all of my business associates do to your hospitality.

Charles S. Hopper
Albany, New York 12201
charles hopper <charles_hopper@hotmail.com>
albany, ny, USA - Monday, December 01, 2003 at 17:44:38 (PST)
  we are english and did not get a warm welcome in the bellagio, it is as though the staff looked down on us, this is not a problem anywhere in else in america.
have stayed in MGM, recommend it 100%

scott johnson
LONDON, UK - Friday, October 31, 2003 at 08:17:55 (PST)
  We just returned from vegas and stayed at the B for the first time. We thought everything about the hotel was first class. We had a room (Lakefront overlooking the water show) that was outstanding. The staff was courteous and efficient. Went to Prime Restaurant and had one of the best meals ever. The pool is spectacular and the hotel attracts very few kids which works for us. I wasn't impressed with the casino (attitude, fun and service left a little to be desired). But I am not one looking for comps, so I could gamble anywhere. If you are renting a car, choose dollar and you can return it right at the hotel and save yourself time at the airport. My wife loved the shopping at the hotel and the location is perfect for the strip. We are going back in May and will definitely stay at the Bellagio.
Ron <rwt745@aol.com>
No. Andover, Ma, USA - Sunday, October 19, 2003 at 07:28:16 (PDT)
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