|"Fabulous hotel, friendly staff, great location."||(in 219 reviews)|
|"The hotel is beautifully appointed."||(in 183 reviews)|
|"Very comfortable, friendly staff, beautiful atmosphere"||(in 142 reviews)|
|"Our bedroom smells like cigarette smoke."||(in 16 reviews)|
|"Horrible services at the hotel."||(in 32 reviews)|
|"No coffee maker on room!"||(in 164 reviews)|
Spacious room and the view. The bed was comfortable and clean.
Having a coffee maker would have been nice.
We weren’t able to control the temperature inside our room and it was too hot to sleep. The pillows were too puffy and hurt my neck.
Buffet was awesome.
Windows need cleaning. Lots of water spots. More casual eating fare. Fridge in room for personal use. Complimentary water in room for price we are paying.
Parking was horrible. No signage, so no one seemed to know how to get anywhere.
Signage and training if employees
Room was comfy
I would rate this as a 1 star hotel because of below reasons- WiFi didn’t work and I had to use mobile data plan throughout the stay. There were issues with room key, reservation I would rate a holiday inn better than this so called 5 star hotel
I did not see a 40.00 per day deduction for the in hotel meals
Water could have been free and in room coffee, also there’s a fault 30.00 hotel charge not sure what is
The pool area is nice, the staff at the pool very nice s d attentive. However if you are accustomed to 5 star resorts, this is definitely a step down.
The entire place looks like the decor hasn’t been updated since 1987. Think Moonlighting meets Liberace. Then go prepared for huge crowds of people, longest lines at checkin and concierge....I was completely tricked by the photos online - the room looked completely different, the pool area was smaller than shown, and there is NO adults only/quiet area at the pool as stated. In fact all of the pools are in one big patio/courtyard area - rather than separated from each other like in other upscale resorts. Expect loud music blaring all day at the pool as well! All in all an ok experience once I got over the shock of the extremely dated decor and immense crowds.
Buffet dinner no way lives up to the hype. Very mediocre.
The beds were very comfortable, but generally the rooms were mediocre.
It’s not really a 5 star hotel. The rooms are a bit tired, although not horrible, just maybe 4 star quality. They nickel and dime you where ever they can. No coffee maker in the room, no safe, have to pay quite a bit to check out 2 hours later, and $18/day to park. Staff wasn’t very warm and the check in process was like trying to clear security at an airport. Smelled of smoke more than in most casinos.
Restaurant in the hotel was fabulous.
Have sections at the casino where is nobody smoking......
Well maintained high end property
Attention to details. Outstanding service. Cleanliness. Choice of restaurants.
The casino, room, and the great atmosphere
I liked everything ! :) Loved the hotel
Hotel Staff - Limpieza - Facilities
Location, Hotel Services and Activities.
Smoke in the casino, decor beginning to be dated
Clean, smart, luxury hotel with a central location.
Certain bar staff were uninterested in the customers they were serving, on one occasion when asked for milk for tea, swung the fridge door open at such force it swung back on himself. The drinks were thrown down instead of being placed. A level of service not commensurate with this very nice hotel.
Sheer luxury combined with class.
Tips; tips; tips and more tips. Do the hotel pay for the services or do I?
Concierge service was superb. The quality of the food was excellent and the professionalism shown by the staff was second to none
The room and the hotel decoration was amazing.
I did not like the room entertainment was very poor. Usually you get to see movies at not extra cost, however at the Bellagio it was a charge of 12 dollar per movie. Frankly, quite disappointed. Also, the restaurants were closed at 10 or 10:30, quite early if you want a late dinner after the show. The access to the spa was also at extra charge regardless if you were having treatment or not.
Staff was very helpful and courteous, location was perfect, pool area was well maintained and not too crowded. I also find Bellagio size to be just right, with enough different options of things to do but not overwhelming. I also liked that they had chairs and little tables scattered all around the hotel so that you can have your drink while people watching, just like you are in a cafe.
Plumbing in our bathroom was very noisy and would bother us during the night
i loved absolutely everything about this hotel, the staff were fantastic the whole place was amazing, i cannot recommend more!
Size of room, location on the strip
The Bellagio is a world-famous hotel in Las Vegas that is less than 10 minutes away from the McCarran International Airport. In addition to featuring easy access to the airport via public transportation, taxis, complimentary shuttles, limo services, or private drivers, the hotel has several options when it comes to rooms and suites as well as on-site dining options to meet the needs of a wide array of travelers.
The hotel is well known for its renowned, larger-than-life fountains that tirelessly put on a first-class show and is a favorite of many. The hotel is also a short distance away from the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay, and it is not far from the Pinball Hall of Fame. Those who love golf will find a number of places to play as well in the area.
When it comes to rooms and suites, the Bellagio is proud to offer a number of options. There are rooms ranging from standard hotel rooms with either double queens or full-size king all the way up to luxurious penthouse suites that feature Wi-Fi, private bathrooms, kitchen areas, fantastic views of the area, concierge services, and more. There are also group rates and special packages when it comes to weddings and special functions.
The Bellagio features pools and spas for those who would like to unwind and relax, and there is also fantastic nightclub options and restaurants that guests can enjoy.
When staying at the Bellagio, guests must visit the first-rate casino located inside that house’s countless games, slot machines, and the like to enjoy.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
The Concierge at the Bellagio can arrange transport via limousine and town car to wherever you want to visit in Vegas. If you prefer to be at the wheel, hire a rental car and take a road trip to see some of the region’s natural wonders including the spectacular Lake Mead, Hoover Dam and Red Rock Canyon. Taxis and RideShare services are available for short distances, 24-hours a day. Take a free ride on the ARIA Express Tram if you want to visit other casinos or retail and entertainment districts. This convenient automated tram runs from 8:00 am to 4:00 am daily.
The Bellagio has 22 Deluxe Rooms and 63 Resort Rooms with full accessibility including lowered amenities, roll-in shower access, shower chair and support rails. There are two rooms with electronic lifts, which allow a person to move from a wheelchair to the bed, toilet, or shower bench without assistance. The king or queen beds in these rooms are adjustable. Wheelchair and scooter rentals are available at the bell desk. If you are planning to a see a show at the theater, wheelchair accessible seats can be requested when you book. Hospitality kits for the hearing impaired are also available.
If you are getting an early flight into Las Vegas and want to get into your room early, select "Early Check-in" when you are booking your room. Early check-in is available between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm, depending on room availability. Download the MGM Resorts Mobile App to access features such as mobile check-in and check-out from wherever you are. You will also be notified when your room is ready. Guests can also request a late check-out at the time of booking, or at the front desk. Late check-out is available until 3:00 pm. Express check-out forms can be found in the lobby and you can also check out using your In-Room TV.
The Bellagio offers a military discount to active and retired members of the U.S. military, national guard and reserve, and their spouses. Military ID must be presented at check-in. Seniors (over 62 years old) are eligible for an additional discount off standard rates all year round. AAA members also receive a discount upon presentation of a AAA membership card.
If you want to explore Las Vegas, the Concierge Desk can organize diverse experiences including helicopter tours to the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam and the iconic Skywalk. Guests can also enjoy amazing city views on a nighttime helicopter flight over the Las Vegas strip. Book a Pink Jeep Tour to visit the Hoover Dam, Red Rock Canyon or experience a city tour of Vegas highlights. Guests with a need for speed can select your favorite supercar from the Exotics Racing fleet and race it around the 1.2 mi track.
Bellagio is located at 3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South in The Strip, 7.8 km from the centre of Las Vegas. Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is the closest landmark to Bellagio.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Bellagio.
No, Bellagio does not offer free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Bellagio offers free parking.
No, Bellagio does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Bellagio is 3.7 km from Las Vegas McCarran. Bellagio is 33.9 km from Las Vegas Boulder City.
No, pets are not allowed at Bellagio.
Yes, Bellagio has a pool on-site.
Bellagio has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.