Nestled in the strip, the hotel is located at the intersection of t Las Vegas boulevard and Flamingo road.
Great location. Staff were friendly and efficient. Would stay again.Comment of D. Michael , Singapore the 2016-09-06
First class hotel. One of the better properties in Las Vegas. Was able to get an upgrade to the 23rd floor just in front of the fountains. Would highly recommend and will return. Great rate through Prestigia.Comment of M. William , United States the 2016-08-29
Very good experience, one of the best hotels I stayed at.Comment of P. David , United States the 2016-08-10
Amazing in every single way. Room service overpriced, but man is this hotel exceptional. So comfortable and beautiful. Loved it!! Upgrade for a view. It's worth it.Comment of G. LISA , United States the 2016-08-01
An amazing hotel.Comment of J. Jacqueline , Australia the 2016-07-31
The Bellagio is a fantastic hotel, location can't be better, hotel service was excellent, when we got there they had us on the 7th floor fountain view, the clerk had us change to the 26th floor the second night with us asking for it and the view up there is just amassing. Big thanks to Prestigia for the pricing and a big thanks to Bellagio for the services, you both made this an amassing trip.Comment of D. Denis , Canada the 2016-07-26
TODO MARAVILLOSO COMO SIEMPRE, LO RECOMIENDO AMPLIAMENTE.Comment of V. JORGE , Mexico the 2015-07-08
Had a fantastic time . can't wait to come back. Great service from everyoneComment of C. Michael , Australia the 2014-08-30
AMAZING!!Comment of M. Emma , Australia the 2014-08-25
"A birthday disappointment "
I always wanted to stay at the Bellagio for as long as I can remember. The hotel is okay but not as wonderful as I had always imagined it would be. The rooms are comfortable but very tired. Amenities are few. Hallways need update. I would compare this hotel to perhaps the Monte Carlo. There was a time I would have thought the hotel would have been compared apples to apples to any of the other high end hotels. The lobby is gorgeous and very memorable. They need to keep a high end theme going. So my advice is either save your money and stay at something like the Monte Carlo or spend the same amount of money and stay in a more high end place.
The restaurant in the Gardens has great lunches. Service good. Food great. The gift shops are nice. The Gardens every time we have visited are beyond beautiful. Take your cameras! Casino is great, not smoky, and not dark. This is one of the nicest hotels. A great place to mingle outside, inside, at the beautiful pool. Location ideal.
It's beautiful. Viewing it from someone elses camera doesn't do it justice. It is obvious they really take pride in their exhibits. There is a schedule that is constantly announched over an intercom. This is ensures you won't miss the show.
"Don't let negative reviews put you off"
40th bday present to myself as this was our first time in Vegas, so I thought I would do it properly Yes the Bellagio is more expensive than 90% of the hotel in Vegas but it is still iconic and still has that ultra premium feel to it. We didn't get in from the UK until 11pm so check in was a breeze. We booked a king fountain room and thankfully we were put on the 26th floor. 2 pros of this 1. The view and 2. Floors 21 to 28 have there own bank of 6 elevators so we never had to wait more than 30 seconds for one for the 6 days we were here. As we know some hotels you end up giving up waiting and walking down the stairs!! Room 26052 was big (much bigger than NYC hotel room which cost more)clean and modern with good views of fountain, Paris and flamingo. As most things in Vegas it was a little trek to the strip, about 2 mins to casino from room, 4 mins to pool and about 8 mins to strip due to size of the lake in front.but compared to the 15 min walk from the aria this was a breeze. This hotel was nearly all pros for me. It was clean , very clean we even saw someone cleaning the leafs on the plants! Casino has a good buzz to it with a good level of $10 tables but some of these minimum bets levels increased as it got busier. The pools area is good and gets sun for most of it from 9.30am and you do NOT need to pay for beds! If your down here by 10.30am you should be fine and at 9am you can pick a good spot even on Memorial Day weekend! Weekdays there were always beds available Ok so things will seem expensive to us brits but so is Vegas. Prices are about double the average uk price. Bottle beer $9 + tax and tip , cocktails $18 + T&T, large coke $5 +T&T. Food is worse but not that much different to 5* London hotel prices $60 for a ribeye etc unless you go fine dining and it will cost you! We had breakfast in the pool side cafe and it was $40 for 2 and was actually ok value. This good value as one morning we grabbed a quick takeaway breakfast from the coffee shop , 2 coffees , croissant and a granola with yoghurt and that's was $32. We didn't try any of the buffets as we are not big eaters. All in all you are at the bellagio so you have treated yourself so don't worry about spending a few dollars over the odds on a coffee and just enjoy it!!! Top tip. Stock up on drinks and snacks from CVS just over the road. Each floor at the hotel has ice machines but the vending machine are $7 for a coke and same for chips/crisps. Oh and don't use the mini bar to store your own drinks as there is $50 usage fee!
"Fountain view is a must"
I was concerned about this,hotel when reading some reviews. We arrived at about 4 pm on a thursday. There was no queue for check in we walked straight to the desk and checked in very quickly. The foundation view was spectacular from floor 12. Are in the buffet for breakfast and would recommend this as there was a good selection. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM