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The fountains of Bellagio are only the face of what is arguably the world’s most popular hotel complex. The most expensive hotel when it was built, the resort takes its name from the town of Bellagio in Italy. Setting aside the fabulous hotel itself, take a look at the attractions WITHIN the place.
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Elvis is in the building! This tour in a 1955 Pink Cadillac Tour is a historical tour of Las Vegas with Elvis as your personal tour guide. Highlights of your tour include Fremont Street, the Bellagio Fountains and the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign. Elvis
Take a guided Las Vegas night tour from the south end of the Las Vegas Strip north to downtown Vegas, in the comfort of a 25-seat luxury motor coach. Comfortable seating, lots of leg room and large windows ensure you'll enjoy wonderful sightseeing an
Las Vegas comes alive at night, when the lights of the casinos dazzle the dark sky. There is no better time to explore the Strip than after the sun has gone down, and the Las Vegas Lights Night Tour will take you to the best spots, covered under nigh
I recently booked the blissful package and was impressed by the massage, but the pedicure was a complete joke and that was the biggest reason I went for that package was for the pedicure! The massage was overpriced even though it was good, but the pedicure was $86 and was worth about $25. It did not even last an hour and I pay for one in Denver that is $65 and that includes an extended massage, an actual massage chair not just a plain chair (another huge let down for me) two different kinds of scrubs with paraffin wax, hot towel treatment.. the works. It was one of the worst I have ever had and I have had a lot of pedicures all range of prices. If this is how the Bellagio does a pedicure when they are supposed to be the best, it is a huge disappointment. Becuase of this experience I would advise not doing any massage package that includes a pedicure or getting one in general. I will not be recommending the Bellagio spa to anyone in the future.
On of the best hotel in LV. Great for everybody and great for family. It is in the heart of Las Vegas. It has the great fountaining. For the best view of the fountaining , book the room with the fountaining view.
Check in was a nightmare. They could not find our booking. When we arrived at our room they had cleaned the carpets and furniture but was still wet and a large humidifier in middle of room. However great porter who brought our cases up phoned the hotel manager and we were upgraded to a much better room. I think the hotel is ready for an upgrade it is now dated. Staff not as smart, uniforms dated and drab. Still a nice hotel
a top hotel in Las Vegas. excellent services.
Don't believe the hype, this place is a dive. Playing on its pretences as a central, famous casino hotel, it is far from that. It is a worn out haplessly run, dirty, money making machine. The rooms are small and overpriced (check out what you will get at the Venetian for the same money as one example) and very noisy, plenty of drunks to keep you awake all night, further to that, we were charged for over a week over the 2 days we stayed, an extra £1500! All this without telling us and getting our credit card blocked for the rest of our holiday. Believe me, there are better, brighter, lovelier places than this to stay in Las Vegas. This is one to stay away from.