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We had been looking forward to staying at The Bellagio having stayed at TRUMPS hotel for night 1 which we really enjoyed. The Bellagio was over double the price and we were hugely disappointed with the stay. Rooms were dated with no coffee of tea...More
Got a perfect room and an awesome view. The breakfast was fantastic. We walked to the other casinos nearby but found the Bellagio better. Check in experience wasn’t great but the staff friendly and helpful
Property Type: Two bedroom suite
This was my favorite hotel in Vegas when it first opened... but that was a long time ago and for the price, it just can't compete with some of the newer hotels on the strip.More
Response from MGM_Resorts, Manager at Bellagio Las VegasResponded yesterday
We regret your most recent visit to Bellagio fell short of expectations. Thank you for highlighting some areas in need of improvement. We value your perspectives and will consider your feedback as we strive to renew our trust in our resort and the...More
It seems as a lot of the hotels on the strip have lost their charm. After staying at Caesars and being fairly disappointed, despite the hype, I was not expecting much with this stay. I was pleasantly surprised with this hotel, their customer service and...More
Beautiful Hotel! We had a fountain view, the different shows were so entertaining. The pool was so nice, tranquil, lots of foliage, and the Pool Cafe was great! The conservatory was enchanting and more delightful at night. The customer service was royal! Beds were very...More
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We take the monorail from Bellagio to Monte Carlo, walk to Excalibur and then take the tram to Mandalay pretty regular (because we like walking). It takes about 30 minutes (a little less if you're staying in the spa tower at... More
We take the monorail from Bellagio to Monte Carlo, walk to Excalibur and then take the tram to Mandalay pretty regular (because we like walking). It takes about 30 minutes (a little less if you're staying in the spa tower at Bellagio which is near the monorail station) However, if you're coming from the the other end of the property you might just want to walk on the sidewalk if it's not too hot until you get to the bridge between NYNY and Excalibur. If you enjoying walking and no one is wearing high heels, I would recommend walking because depending on the day and time, it can easily take the same amount of time to get there in a cab (they cabs and Ubers usually have to drop off in the back of the property)
For Planet Hollywood, it's pretty much across the street from Bellagio