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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.

Overall rating:
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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CT, USA - Thursday, November 08, 2001 at 12:14:49 (PST)
Dec. 16 2000 The first time I ever went to Las Vegas also my wifes first time too. The reason we went to Las Vegas was to get married. We stayed at the Flamingo Hilton. The main thing we both loved to do was to watch the fountains. It is our plan that from now on when ever we go to Las Vegas we will be staying at Bellagio. You could watch the fountains forever. We did also enjoy the food as well as the Casino.
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Savannah, GA, USA - Sunday, November 04, 2001 at 18:00:15 (PST)
My wife and I stayed at the Bellagio during our honeymoon. We were lucky and recieved a free upgrade for our stay there. we were on the 37th floor. Talk about privacy, we had it. It was wonderful.The one bedroom, living, dining,wetbar, and three bathrooms was tremendous.
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Arlington , tx, USA - Friday, October 26, 2001 at 20:39:15 (PDT)
A beautiful hotel. I did not stay here I stayed at the Mirage which was great but I did see the outside and it was gorgeous. Also make sure you see the fountain show. It is magnificent. I loved it. There are tons of fountains putting on a show and there is a different song on each time. It looks like they are dancing to the song. Do not leave Las Vegas without seeing them.
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ny, USA - Saturday, October 20, 2001 at 20:05:59 (PDT)
My husband and I went to Las Vegas for our anniversary in August of 2001. We were very pleased with the hotel service and staff at the Bellagio. Everyone there treated us with the utmost respect and infinite courtesy. I would definitly go back there and bring my family on our next vacation.
Aloha from Hawaii
Iris Ducosin <>
Aiea, HI, USA - Saturday, October 20, 2001 at 15:01:00 (PDT)
Hi I just returned from the bellagio I stayed from the 11th thru the 17th. I want to thank the hotel staff from the bell captain to the maids BRAVO! you have gone beyond my expectations, We had dinner at Jamines,Circos,Prime,Olives,Picasso,and last Aqua And so my hat goes to all who made our trip so unforgetable, and yes we will be back that you can count on we have all ready talked our friends into staying at you hotel in january maybe we will come along...............MY SINCEREST THANKS FOR MAKING MY BOYFIENDS FIRST TRIP TO LAS VEGAS ONE HE WILL TREASURE ALWAYS,IRENE Next time I would like to stay in a suite. I will highly recomend your hotel..........................
Irene Galizio <>
Bayside, ny, USA - Saturday, October 20, 2001 at 11:18:23 (PDT)
Stayed at the Bellagio Oct1-5. I want to give credit to all the Casinos, restaurants and shops, they all displayed the American Flag and showed their patriotism. This was our first time at the Bellagio, but not our first time to Vegas. We travel extensively throughout the world, this was our seventh trip this year. The hotel met our every need. Pool setting is great and the casino was fun. We ate at Aqua's for dinner and enjoyed the meal. I do agree that we found ourselves eating at other hotels for lunch and dinner for more of a variety. We ate breakfast every morning at Cafe Bellagio and enjoyed the setting in the Conservatory. Awesome View!!!! Before we went, I read all the e-mails about the attitude of the employees and the attire of the guest. We found everyone very friendly and willing to assist even if you are not a high roller. We dressed business casual the entire time and we fit right in. Aqua's we dressed to the nines!!!! We would stay here again any time.
Linda Brent
St. Augustine, FL, USA - Monday, October 08, 2001 at 09:09:13 (PDT)
We have four kids of our own, and we love to get away to a place
with adult entertainment. We took our kids to Disney, Myrtle Beach,
Florida beaches, House Boating, now that they are all over 21 we go
on family vacations to vegas and have a great time. Leave the whiney
kids at home and let the adults enjoy themselves.

Next they will want to take kids to Mardi Gras .
cleveland, oh, USA - Sunday, September 30, 2001 at 07:45:10 (PDT)
My wife and I just returned from four days at Bellagio. We took our seven year old granddaughter with us. We booked this trip months ago and felt like we got a great deal on the package. We perused the reviews posted and kept updated on them until the morning of our flight. We had walked through Bellagio on a previous trip and so we wanted to see if it for our ourselves.
First, we do not gamble so I have know opinion on the casino. Seen one seen them all. The issue of children here was never an issue here. We never expected that our child would ever go anywhere unescorted and neither should any visitor. Most of vegas is for adults, but to say that families should stay elsewhere and leave this place to adults is just a cranky old whiner. The staff and especially the lifeguards made my granddaughter feel welcome and made the trip a success. We are teaching her how to act in different situations and learning to behave at a fine hotel or restaurant is important. Not only did she learn how to behave properly and to not impact others, every staff member treated with kindness and respect just as if she were an adult.As for the stroller issue for visitors, people should respect that each property is private property and can make up their own rules. If you don't like it then don't go there. I will say that to have people who are not guests who feel that they should be able to bring small children or strollers wherever they feel is rude. Even a child staying at Bellagio pays full rate and I feel that Bellagio is protecting the experience for paying guests. On to other things, the rooms were ok but it was worth the extra money to get a lakeview room. The fountain can keep you mesmerized for hours and the tv channel with the accompanying music is a nice touch. The pools are excellent and we spent most of our trip there. There are six pools at varying temperatures and sizes, each in its own unique setting. Plenty of chairs and excellent poolside service.A good tip for families is to rent a cabana. There are no slides or water toys, only floating cushion that rent for 5 bucks an hour or twenty bucks a day. For $130 you get a semi-private tent with baby crib, tv, fridge, four extra cushy lounges, two floats, fruit plate,six pack of soda, dressing room, table, chairs and the option of ordering off the room service menu. Plus your own cabana boy. If you and your family plan to spend the day at the pool this give you a central place to gather and some diversions if necessary. My wife and I each had a massage and the spa was one of the best I have seen. We both felt pampered and it definitely is worth the experience. Two large steam rooms ,four hot tubs at varying temperatures with an excellent choice of sundries and free beverages. The men and women each have their own area and it was nice to see hundred of towels just waiting for you to use briefly and discard. The one down side to bellagio was finding something to eat that didn't cost $30 and was made out of 20 ingredients that I couldn't pronounce. Tried to eat at olives but found the entire meal unedible.Another tip if you want something quick and cheap. Go to sports book and hit the snack shop. You can find some very basic comfort foods. If you have children this may be the only place you can take them. We never hit the buffet because the line was always too long and seven year olds don't have that kind of patience. Overall we enjoyed our stay and would return again. But next time we will rent a car so that we can get some real food in the suburbs.

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portland, or, USA - Thursday, September 27, 2001 at 17:48:45 (PDT)
The best hotel in vagas until Steve left. After his departure service went from 10 to 1. Such a magnificant property. Only way to fix is to turn management over to four seasons.
and for famil;ies.. remember there are two ways to travel..First class or with children
chip schaefer <>
columbus, oh, USA - Monday, September 24, 2001 at 13:14:01 (PDT)
Object to long distance telephone service providers outrageous fees.To call from our room to CA, the charge was between $4-5 per minute. Those charges are excessive and smack of price gouging.
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lincoln, ca, USA - Saturday, September 15, 2001 at 10:44:15 (PDT)
Three cheers to Bellagio! I, for one, am sick and tired of rude people completely taking over the casinos with their stollers and whiny children.
Keep the kids out or at least to a minimum! I'm very happy that at least one
Las Vegas hotel has the right idea. Take the kids to Disney and leave Las Vegas for the adults!
Mark O'Bryan <>
Tiburon, CA, USA - Sunday, September 09, 2001 at 06:19:58 (PDT)
We just returned from a week's stay at the Bellagio. I am 35 and my husband is 40, we have two children 12 and 9, who came with us on this trip. First, check in lines were long but, that's to be expected when arriving at peak times. Secondly, we were given a room with a view of the fountains and Paris across the street and we couldn't have been more pleased. We immediately went to the pool area because it was so hot and the children had a fabulous time. I have no idea why so many comments are written making it seem like children are unwelcome at this hotel, I can say we ever experienced it, in fact, most of the staff we encountered went out of their way to make them feel welcome! Thirdly, the Bellagio buffet is high price-wise compared to the rest on the strip but, the quality of the food is superior compared to others. Fourth, we went to a show every night while in Las Vegas and sadly have to tell you our biggest disappointments were "O" at Bellagio and "Mystère" at Treasure Island. We've been to Cirque du Soleil's show at Disney in Florida and enjoy it but, these two shows were simply boring and overpriced, certainly not the eye popping show of it's Florida counterpart. If you're traveling with children, I can recommend "The Blue Man Group" at Luxor and "Segfried and Roy" at the Mirage for sure pleasers for kids and Mom and Dad. Other good "kid" attractions are the M&M store near MGM Grand, the arcade at Excalibur, and the Dolphin and White Tiger Habitat at the Mirage. We heard the Shark Experience at Mandalay Bay wasn't worth it, so we didn't bother going. Overall, we had an excellent experience with the Bellagio Hotel and staff. I don't understand the children complaints written on this site and if Bellagio has enough sense to enforce some common sense rules, then more power to them!
Dana Deerfield <>
Atherton, CA, USA - Saturday, September 01, 2001 at 07:00:08 (PDT)
Wish Steven Wynn would buy the place back...
Clyde and Zoe Barrows <>
Bernardsville, NJ, USA - Friday, August 31, 2001 at 16:45:14 (PDT)
Loved the hotel, one of the best I've ever stayed at! By far the pool area in Las Vegas. Bellagio is diffently a five star hotel. The best hotel in Vegas. What can I say, if you want to stay at a first class hotel this is the one to stay at.
Dustin Lovesee <>
Grants, NM, USA - Tuesday, August 28, 2001 at 19:42:25 (PDT)
This my "regular" hotel when I come to Las Vegas. Yes, the price does keep a lot of people from booking rooms here but, I have never seen anyone turned away because they're weren't a guest of the hotel. I have no idea what some of you are complaining about!
Terry Manning
NYC, NY, USA - Friday, August 24, 2001 at 07:09:37 (PDT)
The BEST hotel bed we've ever slept in and the BEST deep, marble bathtub with AMAZING water pressure!
It was heavenly. In my opinion, if you've seen one casino, you've seen 'em all.
All the hotels in Las Vegas, regardless of how expensive they are, treat everyone like an anonymous
piece of meat, so the amenities must be exceptional.
Susan <>
Seville, OH, USA - Thursday, August 23, 2001 at 17:19:38 (PDT)
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