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Bellagio Pool

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Bellagio Pool

We go to Vegas twice a year and are looking at staying someplace new. We are always leary because we mainly go for the hot sun and pool. We love the MGM and of course Mandalay Bay. We were really disappointed with the Tropicanna as it's shady half the day and most of the pool chairs are broken. I would like to know what the Bellagio pool is like. Is it sunny all day, any shady areas? Good seating? We want hot sun from morning till night. Thanks!

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1. Re: Bellagio Pool

There are both shade and sun areas in the Bellagio pool area, so something for everyone. Never a problem getting a chaise lounger and none are broken! Bellagio has one of the most beautiful pool areas in Vegas, in fact it's my favorite. No lazy river though if that's important to you. It's also not a loud party pool.

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2. Re: Bellagio Pool

Actually it's pools, plural. Lots of sun on all, great service and usually seating is not totally a zoo, although, like most of Vegas' top pools, there are times when it gets crowded.

For best pool (not casino) access, stay in the Spa Tower.

Edited: 16 March 2012, 21:46
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To amend, the sunny areas are what can be crowded. Gabby's been there more than I. See this map:

bellagio.com/files/…PropertyMap.pdf

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A few pictures taken early morning in October:

…photobucket.com/albums/dd464/Bellagio54/

An aerial shot taken from the room:

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So far, we've stayed at Bellagio, MGM and Mirage, which is to say that we are Pool People. Bellagio, by far, was the most like a SunDial where we had to figure out where and when the sun would appear and how long it would stay. There are actually areas that remain shaded all day. Obviously, the higher the sun gets, the more pool area is exposed.

The Bellagio pool is fairly sedate--muted music and everything is fairly quiet. Very nice.

One tip I can offer (and no one else seems to mention this) is that there are two fountain pools at Bellagio. They are square pools that are around the large rectangular warm pool. These fountain pools are chilled, so the water is very refreshing compared to the lukewarm regular pool. It brings your core temperature down to a comfortable level fairly quickly!

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someone mentioned 'not loud music', that's correct at Bellagio's pool. You want that head-pounding music, Bellagio isn't for you. Not blaring loud music is quite nice, isn't it?

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I love everything about the Bellagio pool, and right at the top of the list is that their is no blasting music; second would be plenty of chair availability, and than the ability to find shade when the sun starts to bother me.

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Bellagio's pool is a true Oasis in the Las Vegas craziness. It's pretty quiet as far as Las Vegas pools go and not as crowded as some. It's far enough away from the whole energy of Las Vegas but you can just look over to the hotel and feel it without being in it. If you really want luxury, splurge and get a cabana for the day. They are the best in LV IMO.

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9. Re: Bellagio Pool

Wow, thanks for all the replies!

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We spent Friday at the Bellagio pools. We really liked the landscaping and design, but were surprised to see the chairs literally pushed up against one another (reminded me of Golden Nugget).

It was hard to find a spot with that magic combination of sun and personal space, so we ended up renting two loungers at the Cypress pool. It was expensive, but the service was terrific, the fountain drowned out the surrounding noise and there were no children splashing about.