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Over Bellagio Resort
Eén van de bekendste, zo niet hét bekendste hotel, van Las Vegas. Zeer bijzonder en beroemd is het enorme meer van drie hectare, omgeven door prachtige terracotta-kleurige huisjes voor het hotel. Hier wordt ’s avonds elk kwartier de spectaculaire show met fonteinen, licht en muziek vertoond. Het Bellagio is ook vermaard vanwege haar lobby die versierd is met vele kleurrijke glazen bloemen en om haar kunstgalerij 'Gallery of Fine Art' met werken van Rembrandt, van Gogh, Picasso, Monet en Renoir.
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Wij bieden u de keuze uit vele shows, waaronder de beroemde Cirque Du Soleil optredens en acts van de groten der aarde uit de entertainment-industrie.
Airco, WiFi, televisie, i-pod docking station, kluisje, minibar. Badkamer met bad en douche. Zithoek met uitzicht op de fonteinen.
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Zoals Fountain View, andere inrichting, uitzicht op Las Vegas.
Deluxe Fountain View
Zoals Fountain View, gelegen op de bovenste verdiepingen, luxer ingericht.
Gelegen aan The Strip in Las Vegas.
• 17 Restaurants
• 4 Bars
• 2 Nachtclubs
• Concierge Desk
• Diverse winkels
• Golf (in de omgeving)
Las Vegas is vooral bekend vanwege de extravagante casino's en thema-hotels. De bekendste bevinden zich aan de Strip, een 4 mijl (6,4 km) lang stuk van de Las Vegas Boulevard. Las Vegas herbergt sinds jaren de grootste amusementsindustrie ter wereld. Veel bekende artiesten traden en treden op in Las Vegas, zoals Elvis Presley, Tom Jones, Barry Manilow, Céline Dion en zelfs 'onze eigen' Hans Klok.
"Just let the shareholders have it"
The great hotels of the world are not overtly obsessed with money just like the guests that stay there. Sadly, this is not a great hotel. I do believe it once was before MGM became owner and a publicly traded company, etc. But it's now ran by accountants -- not hoteliers - and every imaginable joy or convenience has been stripped away unless you want to pay for it. The next thing they'll do is charge you to use the pool. So just let the shareholders stay here. The rest of us can do better>
"When the massive machine stopped working "
We arrived and checked in at 2.25pm after a long journey from the UK with 3 kids. Short story is it took 5hrs 15 mins from check in, to getting into our rooms (which were different to those originally booked 5 months ago). Not a great start. The fuller version.... firstly the rooms we'd booked weren't available (inter-connecting requested so we can test my diabetic son's blood during the night) and so we agreed to take rooms across the corridor. Not ideal but we'd get on with it. We were told rooms would be ready shortly. 1.5 hours later with kids flagging, still no rooms, so I paid out of desperation for an upgrade. They would not give us the upgrade despite it being only $50 p.n which most hotels would do, under the circumstances. Another hour passed before I was told one of the two rooms was available. I only paid for the upgrade to get the two rooms quickly. My anger began building further. After 3 more visits to reception and over 3.5 hours, we eventually got into the second room but only after we went out for supper, came back at 7.30pm and got told, incorrectly it became clear, that yet again the room wasn't ready. By now my 10 year old was asleep on my shoulder and all were exhausted and tearful. All we wanted was to get our kids to bed. In 25 years of travel I've never known anything like it. I didn't blame the reception. Checking in 3,950 odd rooms every day they become immune to a ranting customer at the end of his tether. It seemingly happens a lot, the lady in front of me was frothing over her 4 hour wait. The receptionist simply agreed how terrible the whole thing was and carried on smiling like nothing happened. Couldn't help feeling I was in an episode of Stepford Wives. The only succour I had was some token money off breakfast and removal of 2 of the 3 night upgrade costs. But that took quite some negotiation and totalled 4% off my total bill. On the upside the rooms were very nice, that's why I'm upgrading my score to one star.
"Too Rich for My Blood"
Well of course the Bellagio is beautiful, and I've always wanted to stay here. I was elated when I found out a business conference I regularly attend was being held at Bellagio. At least now I can say I've been, but I probably won't be back. CHECKING IN: Please believe me when I say you NEED to do Mobile Check-in! You would not believe how long the normal checkin line typically is. Mobile checkin is easy to do, and they send you an email when your room is ready. You then go to the mobile checkin line instead, which is much shorter. ROOM: We had a "resort king" and I guess I wasn't sure what the view would be. It was a view of a roof. Kinda disappointing. We could have upgraded to a fountain view for $50 more per night, but we were already paying $229/night with all the fees considered. That being said, I did wish we had upgraded so we could watch the fountains in peace. A/C worked nicely, bed was comfortable, bathroom was huge and really nice. I loved the buttons on the wall to auto open and close the drapes! Fun. Haha. I was glad that I brought 2 LED night lights, one for bathroom and one for the entry. There is a hair dryer in the room. And housekeeping can provide just about any toiletry you could ask for--toothbrush, tooth paste, razor, shaving cream, mouth wash, bath salts! For the bath tub!! Haha HOUSEKEEPING: Was amazing. We tipped them $5 each day we were there, and they kept our room clean and well-stocked. They were all so sweet and friendly. The Bell staff was super helpful as well! MINI BAR/FRIDGE: The horror stories are true--water is $18. Don't breathe on it or you'll be charged automatically. If you want to use the fridge, you have to pay $50 PER DAY for personal use. Seriously, Bellagio ought to be ashamed. 20 oz sodas in the soda machine are $7. All candy bars in vending machines are $5. Just ridiculous. Yes, I know it's Vegas. Sorry. TIP: Walk to the CVS across the walkway and buy a styrofoam cooler and some drinks and snacks. You can then use the ice machine on your floor to keep your cooler full of fresh ice. Use your laundry bag instead of the flimsy ice bucket bag. Better yet, if you can find a way to stop at Walmart on your way to the hotel, buy your cooler and drinks there. A styrofoam cooler at Walmart is $3 versus $10 at CVS. Still worth it either way! Our housekeeping friends never messed with our cooler or snacks. WALKING: I still have a touch of Plantar Fasciitis from a couple of years ago, so good footwear was a must. I wear a FitBit, and it was literally 1/3 mile from our room to just about anywhere in the hotel. The farthest we walked was CVS across the bridge, and through the shops at Caesars Palace which is also connected by a bridge. I had 23k steps the one day, and we never left that immediate vicinity of Bellagio/Caesars/CVS. PRIVACY: OMG SO MANY PEOPLE. It is literally difficult to walk around, there are so many people. At the end of day one, we discovered the parking garage. We'd walk up to the 4th floor of the parking garage to watch the fountains, and just have a little peace. Nice view from up there, and not too many people hanging around. DINING: Hold on to your hat! Cheap dining doesn't exist at the Bellagio. The best thing they have is a small eatery called Snacks. A burger, fries, and a fountain soda will cost you $21 minimum per person. But it was the yummiest meal we ate there! At least it was worth it. Otherwise, we ate at their Buffet twice. Not impressive, and $85 for 2 people. Otherwise, we walked across the bridge to the Miracle Mile shops and ate at Subway and also this little pizza place in there. CHECK OUT: Review your bill carefully. We had 2 charges from a restaurant and bar we never stepped foot in. The attendant fixed it right away though. TAXI: When it was finally time to go home, we just walked out front and the staff helped us into a taxi. It was a quick 10 minute drive to the airport. Total fare was $14.50.
"Huge and busy"
I stayed at this hotel for a conference. It would not be my first pick though. If you like very busy hotels, then this is your place. If you light more quiet options, find something off the strip. Everything you buy, if really expensive.... But Service is very good, The Good stuff: - Large rooms - Clean - Enough elevators and they are split by floor - Quite a few restaurants in the hotel - Pool is amazing and well served Improvements: - you would need to love walking. The Lobby to the Elevators is quite a distance. Typically it's busy as well and you walk though all slot machines and other gambling options. - Although the rooms are large, the door in my room did not close well so in case of busy/loud people, it will wake you up - The Airco is just blowing in your neck if you want to work at the desk.
This is THE place to stay if you want the fabulous Las Vegas experience. Everything about the Bellagio was grand, gorgeous and over-the-top huge...Lovely, large, comfortable guest room, endless choices of restaurants, swimming pools, even the spa was massive. It was spotlessly clean and beautifully appointed...You needn't even leave the hotel for days! I had a wonderful time and didn't even gamble. The Cirque du Soleil "O" show was a must-see--loved it!!! Also my Travel Agent (Virtuoso Specialist) included extras credits, which were very useful. The only negative is that the main areas are heaving with people, especially weekends, so much so that you can' appreciate the beauty of the Bellagio unless you go walkies at 5 am as I did when staff are scurrying about cleaning and redoing the spectacular fresh flower arrangements.
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