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Luggage Allowance

skipton
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Luggage Allowance

Hi stayig at bellagio in may and just wondering about luggage allowances do we need to bring towels for the pool or are they provided which would save us space for shopping cheers

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Towels are provided at the pool.

Yankee
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In what country are towels not provided at the pool at one of the top 10 hotels in the country?

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Hi

First of all have a fantastic time at the Bellagio a great choice of hotel.

They provide towels by the pool for you. They usually give you two towels each just at the bottom of the steps by the pool shop.

Enjoy your holiday

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Hi,

you will have a ball at Belagio, most things are provided, towels for the pool are provided at the bottom of the steps to the pool.You might want to think about a travel kettle if you like a hot drink first thing in the morning as the alternative is to get dressed and purchase one from one of the coffee shops. As its one of the top hotels in the country you would think it would provide these but NO. Have a great time we are there in September.

Steve

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"if you like a hot drink first thing in the morning as the alternative is to get dressed and purchase one from one of the coffee shops. As its one of the top hotels in the country you would think it would provide these but NO."

What a lot of peope fail to grasp is that Vegas hotels operate using different parameters to those in virtually every other destination. They may have wonderful accommodations but they want you in one place - the casino. You'll gladly be given "free" drinks round the clock whilst you're gambling but stuff that's often free elsewhere like fitness centers and internet access isn't in LV. The hotel doesn't want you working out or surfing the net, in much the same way as it doesn't want you using a coffee maker in your room. Those guys want you to head downstairs for your coffee and perhaps gamble a little at the same time... :-)

Edited: 12 February 2010, 15:52
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Las Vegas hotels provide a number of ameneties that some of us take for granted. For instance almost all of them have irons & boards, and they all provide toiletries. Many of the better ones provide robes and/or slippers. Take a look at the hotels websites, and if you have any questions about what is provided post a thread asking about it. There are even people here who can tell you the brand of the soap and hand lotion of their favorite hotels, lol.

Edited: 12 February 2010, 15:55
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You are right about the "kettle" thing. They should provide that.

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On a one off question - does Palio still do the free refill on their travel mugs?

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I've read on here that they stopped selling the mug but still refill the old ones.

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