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Rooms: 2,688 Price Range: $149-$499
Suites: 308 Price Range: $575-$5,500
Restaurants: 13 (2 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B-$16.95/$24.95 (Sat/Sun)
L-$19.95 D-$29.95/$36.95 (Fri/Sat)
Casino Size: 114,967 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat, Poker, Pai Gow, Pai Gow Poker, Caribbean Stud Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Big 6 Wheel
Special Features: Lake with nightly light and water show. Shopping mall. Two wedding chapels. Beauty salon and spa. Cirque du Soleil’s “O” stage show.
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Average user rating from: 17 user(s)
|Table Games||3.8 (17)|
|Customer Service||4.3 (17)|
|Player's Club||4.0 (17)|
|Gaming Atmosphere||4.3 (17)|
|Amenities or Hotel||4.6 (17)|
|Food & Drink||4.5 (17)|
First of all great buffet on the weekends! Totally awesome for my taste. Beef Wellington and rack of lamb! Give me a break;'heaven on a fork'. I have always found the drink service missing in action I am refering to the casino floor not the buffet. On the other hand my sessions are not that long. I have not been able to find their reel nickel slots as in the pass nor the $1 JOB video poker. They used to have these games. The place is beautiful and pleasant.
Best Hotel (but pricey)
I have stayed at a dozen different hotels in Vegas and this is the best so far. I'd like to go on record and say that I am very AGAINST Resort Fees, but knowing ahead of time that the $25 would be added daily to the bill, It was still about $150+ per day total.
The pool is one of the nicest and I ate one of the best sandwiches of my life poolside (prosciutto). I used the $20 trick to get a double upgrade to strip view and a larger newer room. Marble everywhere, jacuzzi tub, spacious glass showers, auto drapes controlled from bedside or door was a nice touch. The view was unbelievable, and I saw 5 fountain shows without even trying.
Buffet is definitely in the top 5(USA Today rates it #1) Tables actually had $10 blackjack during the day which I do not see in many less expensive strip hotels. There are penny & nickle slots but many more dollar & $5 ones of course.
O plays there and is my fave show, but I did not catch it this times as I saw it 3 times in the past. (p.s.) La Reve was almost as great as O)
Check-in is the best by far as there were about 12 people at the desk, no waiting!
This is something everyone should do once. I realize you can stay at ballys for $65...but this place is worth the extra 100 bones a day if you can cut it.
It's nice, but I would never play tables here.
It's a fancy place. But I would never play table games here. Seriously, a $50 table using a continuous shuffle machine. The video poker payoffs are similar to any MGM property, lousy. However, I do well here on slots (which I rarely play).
Very attentive drink service. The fountain show and conservatory are not to be missed.
Our must visit casino
This is our only “must visit each trip” casino due to the Conservatory and Botanical Gardens display and the fountains.
The Botanical Gardens displays change with the seasons and from year to year. We caught the Spring Celebration on our last trip which featured a Dutch windmill, a carousel, swans and oh so much more.
The lobby area is also tastefully decorated in seasonal flowers and there is a massive glass sculpture hanging from the ceiling by Dale Chihuly titled Fiori di Como. We also stopped by the adjacent Chihuly shop where his art work is for sale.
The fine art gallery is also well worth a visit with the current display being Claude Monet: Impressions of Light which runs into early 2013. There is a discount for seniors, children, the military and Nevada residents.
Should the timing (late afternoon and evening) allow, our last stop is the fountains for the Dancing Waters show.
terrible customer service in the poker room
Yeah the Bellagio is nice to look at but when you get to the poker room watch out for the nasty attitudes the floor people and dealers have! One time I was there, on the table I was at the tracking machine to get comps was broke, so they told "sorry it's not working and you can't get comps" When I asked can we go to another table they said NO! And then the last time I was there in the poker room the floor man said you need to get chips and I said Ok and he pointed to the cage! Every casino ive been to will bring you chips, and then when I left and asked for some chip trays to leave the floor man pointed at them about 30 feet away and said "They are over there!" They all have this entitled attitude because it's "The Bellagio" and I am not good enough to play there! And you also have to post to come in to a game, which the local casinos don't make you do. I am so fed up with them I don't think I will ever play there again!
Normally we like to stay downtown Vegas, we are definately old-school. However, if there is one place that can change our mind about the strip it is definately the Bellagio. From their gorgeous casinos to their spacious and beautiful rooms, the service is awesome. We stayed here with a wedding party and it was so much fun! I can watch the water show for hours on end and the price is definately right! I would reccomend this hotel to everyone.
The Bellagio is fantastic, water show is spectacular! My wife and I stayed at the Flamingo directly across from the Dancing Waters, and could not be happier! Flamingo slots are very tight with a great room rate.
WOW!!! Fancy Schmancy
Bellagio is a super nice place... I have NEVER stayed in this hotel, mostly because I am cheap and would rather spend my money on gambling...
Of course the fountains are amazing. In all my trips to Vegas, I never miss it. Always gives me goosebumps.
The casino is big, very big and just wandering through this place is awe inspiring. Lots of slots, Table Limits too high for me, but this joint is classy.
A must, for anyone going it to check our the conservatory gardens. The displays always change. The display in October was incredible.
Someday, someday I will stay here... Maybe if my Mlife rewards ever come through...
We only stayed one night, but had a room overlooking the fountains. Rooms, food, atmosphere, service were all excellent. I would stay there again when I'm in town.
Bellagio- Fancy Shmancy
The Bellagio is indeed Beautiful. From the Fountains to the artwork inside, the place is top notch. I would never gamble here, because quite frankly it's outta my league.
Bellagio has probably the best show on the Vegas Strip, Cirque Du Soleil "O". It was by far the best show I've ever seen. Tickets aren't cheap for it, but well worth the price if you only do Vegas once in a while or for a special occasion.
Bellagio is one of those place us "frugal" Vegas visitors don't gamble in, but we just "check out" and enjoy the fountain show and scenery. Then sometimes, we splurge for a show for our wedding anniversary :)
I've been to Vegas at least 50 times. Stayed at The Wynn, The Venetian, The Palazzo, The Mirage, MGM Grand, Paris, The Rio and Bellagio. The Bellagio is the best with Palazzo, Wynn and Venetian all a close second. I have been going to the Bellagio since it opened in the late 90's. The have some of the best blackjack rules on the double deck game. (double deck is the only blackjack game to play). I like the atmosphere is very much. Everything is top notch, the service, the rooms, the restaurants and the pools.
Hope this will help someone in deciding on places to stay. Steve Wynn built the 2 best resorts out there, the Bellagio and the Wynn.
The best casino I've ever been to
Let me say, I was at the Bellagio last summer. I had the time of my life. I got married and decided to go with my new wife to the casino. I happened to have won my first jackpot. $1500.00 on just a 30 cent bet. I remember how nice the hostesses were to my wife and me. I will never forget my experience at this casino. Even the food and restaurants were spectacular. I am from the east coast. This casino is night and day compared to the casinos in the PA NJ DE area. Everything about it was totally awesome. I will definitely be coming back.
This is a beautiful casino and well worth visiting. The rooms are very nice but I think that you get more value by staying at one of their sister properties, i.e TI.
My room did not overlook the fountain show if it did perhaps I might feel differently as the fountain show is a must see. The atrium is also worth going through.
The casino has decent video poker for a strip casino and the tables seem to give you better odds than other strip casinos.
Bobby's Room is amazing
This hotel is 5 stars all the way. I love the poker room atmosphere.
The best casino in Vegas. All the staff are very friendly and helpful and make you feel special. The rooms are beautiful, especially the water show view rooms. The buffet is excellent. Everything about the casino/hotel is excellent!
One of the world's finest hotels and also one of the world's best casinos.
We had a room with a lakeview and it's worth paying the upgrade fee. You can watch the fountain show while listening to the accompanying sound track on the TV in your room.
If you're not staying there, be sure to stop by when you visit Las Vegas, to tour the place and especially don't miss the Conservatory and Botanical Garden.