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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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BRAVO! I congratulate Bellagio for enforcing it's rules! We pay a lot of money to stay at this hotel and keeping the riff-raff out should be an automatic
service for a hotel of this status. I thank the Bellagio management and staff for a wonderful stay.
Ted
Mill Valley, CA, USA - Monday, August 20, 2001 at 10:50:05 (PDT)
I stayed at Luxor and was even afraid to go into the casino at Bellagio. I felt like I should have been dressed in an evening gown just to walk through.
I guess this hotel really is for the upper crust, the rest of us can only dream of staying here.
Sharon Mc <urthe1iwant@hotmail.com>
Grand Rapids, MI, USA - Thursday, August 16, 2001 at 07:24:05 (PDT)
Mostly Californians and East Coasters here. A bunch of pretentious snobs who think they're better than rest of us. I'll take my kids and stay elsewhere. I don't need anyone looking down their high society noses at me.
Ronnie
St. Louis, MO, USA - Monday, August 13, 2001 at 15:13:16 (PDT)
OK first of all, I am far from a high roller, I play nickle and quarter slot machines. I have to tell you I love this hotel! I love having the music of
The Rat Pack piped in while I'm gambling, makes you wish they were still around!
The rooms are fabulous and I loved being able to watch the fountain show from my room, although you need to be outside to hear the music as the water dances to get the full effect. The line for the buffet was long, but, worth the wait. I'm not a big buffet person but this one was good. There isn't any reason to complain about Bellagio. If you feel like you don't belong or feel like you aren't welcomed, it's probably your imagination working overtime.
Eileen
Bernsardsville, NJ, USA - Thursday, August 09, 2001 at 11:20:40 (PDT)
I say three cheers to Bellagio for enforcing it's rules regarding children! It is a matter of respect (people staying at this hotel are paying a lot of money and don't need or want other people's children running and screaming freely up and down the hotel pubic areas).
Anonymous
Pompano Beach, Fl, USA - Tuesday, August 07, 2001 at 08:32:18 (PDT)
This was our first trip to Vegas. The hotel has the best location, just beautiful fountains we watched iover and over. Room service came with fresh flowers and he best staff. Talk about being pampered! Great not having kids running up and down the halls. I wish the pools or hot tubs stayed open past eight. That is the only thing that I didn't like. We would definitely come back!Our trip was July 24th and came home July 28, 2001
Martin and Tamara Dimmitt <Rattle63@aol.com>
San Antonio, TX, USA - Friday, August 03, 2001 at 23:04:38 (PDT)
We did not stay here, but came over to pick up our tickets for "O" and planned to have lunch. We could not find any place to eat lunch! The buffet had a very long line. We finally ended up at a place called Sam's Snacks which had seating only for about 20 people, only they were all filled and there were about 20 people in line. While we waited to pick up our order I spotted a table where someone was leaving. I got there the same time as someone else, so we shared a 2-person table, with only 2 chairs, with another couple. Each sandwich came with potato chips that looked like they were from the bottom of the bag and a pickle. We'd planned to stay and gamble and sight-see, but went right back to our hotel instead. We returned in the evening for "O" and it was spectacular.
Peggy Johnson
USA - Tuesday, July 17, 2001 at 04:30:45 (PDT)
TERRIBLE RULES HERE, NO STROLLER ALLOWED FOR MY 9 MONTH OLD IN HOTEL, THEY DONT LET YOU HAVE ONE......they make you carry your chilkdren instead!!!!! STAY HERE IF YOU LIKE ALOT OF RULES
MANNY <FLAMUSCLE9>
MIAMI, FL, USA - Monday, July 16, 2001 at 19:21:29 (PDT)
TOO FORMAL FOR VEGAS, ONLY GO HERE IF YOU WANT TO GET DRESSED UP FOR BREAKFAST
DON <TEXINFORT@AOL.COM>
LAS VEGAS, NE, USA - Monday, July 16, 2001 at 19:18:17 (PDT)
Ba-Da Bing! What a great hotel. Don't be afraid to take the kids, it isn't as stuffy as some people would make you believe.
Johnny B.
Brooklyn, NY, USA - Sunday, July 08, 2001 at 11:50:34 (PDT)
Just returned from a two night stay at the Bellagio. Top shelf, reminds us Casears. Rooms are great. Casino action was good. The staff was polite and attentiive. We were in Vegas for seven days. We stayed five days at Paris. We both liked the Bellagio much better. We will probaby stay our entire next visit at the Bellagio.
Gary L. Wicall <Gwicall@aol.com>
Fort Myers, Fl, USA - Thursday, June 21, 2001 at 19:57:04 (PDT)
This was my wife's first trip to Las Vegas ever and, having been here twice a year for the past 10 years, I knew enough to book Bellagio. She couldn't have been more pleased with the service, room, and location of the hotel. Neither of us cared for the show "O" but, to each his own. Too bad Steven Wynn sold the property but, he still did put up one fabulous hotel. A good hotel for almost everyone.
Anne Marie and Gary McNearny
Alpine, NJ, USA - Saturday, June 16, 2001 at 08:00:17 (PDT)
BELLAGIO IS THE BOMB BABY. I VISITED IN MARCH 2001. OUR ROOM WAS CLEAN, SPACIOUS, AND OVERLOOKED THE LAKE. EVERY 15 MIN. I OPENED THE DRAPES TO VIEW AN ILLUMINATED EIFFEL TOWER WITH WATER SOARING IN THE AIR TO "SINGING IN THE RAIN". HOW SWEET IT WAS. THE BOTANICAL GARDEN IS A TREASURE AS WELL. EVERYDAY THE FLOWERS ARE SPRUCED UP OR CHANGED. THE GARDEN GIVES NEW LIFE TO THE PHRASE"SIT BACK AND SMELL THE ROSES". I WAS SO IMPRESSED I AM GETTINGMARRIED THERE NEXT OCTOBER. THE DECISION OF WHERE TO EAT IS ENDLESS. THE RESTAURANTS ARE ALL TOP NOTCH. YOU CAN'T GO WRONG. BRING YOUR CREDIT CARDS. THE PRICES ARE NOT CHEAP, BUT AS I ALWAYS PHRASE"I'M ON VACATION!' PLEASE VISIT THIS PARADISE AND TAKE A LOAD OFF LIKE THE RICH AND FAMOUS DO. WE ALL DESERVE THE PLEASURE AND EXCELLENT SERVICE GIVEN TO GUEST OF BELLAGIO. AS TO THE QUESTION OF BEING A CHILD FRIENDLY PLACE? I WOULD SAY NO. THIS IS A PLACE WHERE PEOPLE OF STATUS OR FAME OR PEOPLE LIKE YOU AND ME CHOOSE TO SPEND OUR HARD EARNED MONEY TO RELAX. I , NOR DO OTHER PEOPLE WANT TO BE BOTHERED BY THE LOVELY THINGS CHILDREN DO. REMEMBER THE SAYING CHILDREN SHOULD BE SEEN NOT HEARD. ANYWAY IF YOUR THINKING OF BRINGING YOUR CHILD HERE. DON'T?! CIRCUS CIRCUS IS THAT WAY.
KARA
CONCORD, MA, USA - Tuesday, June 12, 2001 at 17:46:43 (PDT)
A friend and I stayed at the Bellagio in May 2001. I have stayed at Luxor and Circus Circus, but the Bellagio is the best hands down. We used the spa as well as the salon, and the service was wonderful. Even on the black jack table, we were treated like royalty. The rooms are the cleanest I have ever seen, and all of the staff were most professional. This hotel is so beautiful, you almost hate to leave your room to go onto the strip! We were facing the front, so the view of the lake was amazing. This is NOT a child friendly hotel. Then again, is Las Vegas really meant for children anyway? Stay at the Bellagio, and you won't stay anywhere alse again!
Jessica <ankh412@aol.com>
MN, USA - Thursday, June 07, 2001 at 18:26:40 (PDT)
You have to have the buffet! It is the absolute best and definitely worth the price!
Crystal <bippo01@aol.com>
Seymour, CT, USA - Thursday, June 07, 2001 at 09:14:01 (PDT)
The Bellagio is one of the finest hotels in the world. The entire property is elegant and the rooms are very nicely decorated. It isn't cheap but you do get what you pay for so it is well worth the money. If you stay there, try to get a room with a lake view. All of the rooms have the music they play during the water show available through the TV or stereo. So you can hear the music as you watch the show from your room. Anybody who thinks this is a "family friendly" hotel is kidding themselves. The hotel doesn't allow anyone under 18 on the property unless they are guests at the hotel. And if they are, they must be with a parent at all times. Some may not like this rule but for those who hate seeing kids running around their hotel/casino, it's a great rule!
Mike Cruz <MikeC@Cruzino.com>
CA, USA - Wednesday, May 16, 2001 at 08:13:52 (PDT)
This hotel was wonderful. The shows there are just unbelieveable ! I will stay there every time that I visit the wonder ful city of las vegas !!!! : )
kristina <aulbrie922@aol.com >
munster, in , USA - Monday, May 07, 2001 at 19:16:15 (PDT)
During our last trip to Las Vegas, my wife and I wanted to check out the ambiance of the Bellagio with the intent to consider it for a future visit. The security guard in the mall area wouldn't let us through because we had a 16 month old child in a stroller. I guess he was afraid that our child was going to commit theft, or even worse, b-line to the casino and gamble as a minor. I can't fathom how this hotel can rate so high in the family friendly area. We didn't have this access problem at "any" of the other places we went to. We'll never know how great a place this is. I don't patronize places that exercise this level of arrogance.
Michael Molkentin <molkentins@aol.com>
Hayward, CA, USA - Monday, April 16, 2001 at 22:12:39 (PDT)
THIS WAS THEEEEE BEST HOTEL THAT I EVER STAYED IN. MY FIANCE PROPOSED THERE, AND HE COULD HAVE NOT PICKED A BETTER SPOT. THE ROMANCE OF THE HOTEL SETS A MOOD, THAT YOU WILL HAVE YOUR ENTIRE STAY IN VEGAS. THERE ROOMS WERE NOTHING LESS THAN PERFECT. THERE STAFF WENT ABOVE AND BEYOND HELPING US WITH THE LITTLEST DETAILS. YOU COULD NOT FIND A FRIENDLY STAFF OF PEOPLE, EVEN AT THE SMALLER SHOPS THEY WERE STILL KIND AND CURTIOUS. THE RESTURANTS WERE AGAIN NOTHING LESS THAN PERFECT. THE FOOD WAS SPECTACULAR. YOU FEEL AS IF YOU WERE BEING TAKEN CARE OF BY A PERSONAL CHEF. I BELIVE IT IS A FAMILY FRIENDLY HOTEL, DO TO THE FACT THAT CHILDREN SHOULD LEARN ABOUT CULTURE. AND THE PICASSO MUSEUM WAS SPECTACULAR. IT GIVES YOU SUCH AN UNDERSTANDING FOR ART, EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT AN ART LOVER. TAKE MY ADVICE, IF YOU WANT ROMANCE, AND THEEEEE BEST DAM VACATION OF YOUR LIFE, STAY AT THE BELLAGIO. WE'VE TRIED THE REST AND NOW WE WILL STICK TO THE BEST!!
AMY <VIVAVEGASGIRL@YAHOO.COM>
NY, USA - Monday, March 12, 2001 at 08:20:27 (PST)
This is the place you want to stay at.Its got the best location to every thing going on.The hotel is very beatiful.I proposed at the Bellagio and it was the most romantic place to do it.Im going back in June to stay thier and look forward to dinning at the best restaurants in the world.The fountain show and the view at night is beatiful.You can not go wrong.You pay more but you getting the best.Its true!I hope you enjoy your stay just the way we did.It's Beatiful.
Joe <JoeMrVegas@aol.com>
USA - Monday, March 12, 2001 at 06:06:43 (PST)
We love this place. My husband & I go three times a year. Go see Dave, Nick & Bobby at the Fontana Bar and have their famous Cable Car. The rooms are great and the people are fantastic!!! We feel and are treated like royalty every visit.
This place is not for kids, This is an adult vacation!!! If you are looking for a place to stay with your kids go to Circus Circus. This is exactly why we chose to stay here. There are no kids running through the casino.
Vicki Fields <vickifields@aol.com>
Glendora, ca, USA - Monday, February 12, 2001 at 22:21:13 (PST)
This hotel in my opinion is the only place to stay in Las Vegas. My husband and I are senior citzens and planned a weeks stay there last September and unfortunately he had a sever heart attack the second morning we were there and their well trained security staff saved his life. The doctors at the hospital said if it had not been for their prompt response to my call he would not be alive today. Hopefully no one else will every need this but to know you ge the best of everything no matter what is wondeful. They were so attentive to me and my needs while I stayed there during his stay in the hospital I will always think of the Bellagio when I think of the ultimate in every way for hotel accommodations. The staff were in my opinion rated above their 5 star rating, at least a ten star. We are going again very soon and you could not pay us to stay anywhere else.
Elaline Hilton <ech128@aol.com>
Houston, Tx, USA - Monday, February 12, 2001 at 14:51:26 (PST)
A beautiful hotel, great rooms, and very unfriendly to families. We are asked
if we were "hotel guests" not only at the gatekeeping areas, but all through the
casino and elevators - everyday for 5 days. Our girls are 11 and 16, quiet,
never without us so that could have not been the problem. We are black, but are
middle aged doctors, so we were not dressed inappropriately. When we notified
the hotel, we received a letter stating that they were aware of the problems and
would talk to their security people. Our family will go back to the Mirage, the
Monte Carlo, or to the new Paris - but never back to Bellagio.

Paula Bryant <PSpr1825@aol.com>
Spring, Tx, USA - Monday, January 15, 2001 at 20:53:11 (PST)
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