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Wynn or Bellagio for honeymoon??

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Wynn or Bellagio for honeymoon??

Bellagio is 199 a night, Wynn is 299, which is a better hotel for the price? I haven't heard much about the Wynn pool either..... is there typically any sort of upgrade for honeymooners? Like, any better of a chance than a 'slip me a 20' upgrade?

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"'slip me a 20' upgrade?"

Uh, I would not suggest this at either place unless you are talking the Valet Parking guy.

A "Jackson" at Bellagio or WYNN is about equal to a "Lincoln" at a typical 4 Star joint. In other words, feel free and load up on a wad of "Benjamins" before your arrival.

All that being said, WYNN will cater to your "honeymoon" needs better because altho it is a pretty good sized hotel, its much more of a customer service oriented "boutique" style hotel because of one guy, my good friend Steve Wynn. Say hello to him from me, OK?

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BB,

Belagio everytime. Its location attentive service and sheer setting makes it win hands down. Have also stayed at Wynn which was good but Bellagio has the more romantic European feel to it. We stayed there for our honeymoon last year and would recommend a fountain view hotel. Being on honeymoon is the only time I would say your room takes a priority as any other time you would mostly be out sight seeing.

You are also centre strip which allows you easy access to all the top notch restaruants. As steve said unless you slip some big bucks I would just suggest a discreet e-mail to the hotel a few weeks prior to arrival. With this probably expect the better room available and some comp chocholates.

best of luck

Lardy

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Maybe I didn't say it right.... what I meant was, the 'slipping a 20' is not an option. I am just wondering which hotel might be more likely go give an upgrade based on a honeymoon. Can't be bothered to try an slip money and look like a dummy. I would either pay for the better room when booking, or just hope for the honeymoon thing. Location is not an issue, the honeymooners are not afraid of taxis. Basically just seeing which place might be a 'wow' when you walk in the room. I think the whole 'no stroller/no kids under 18 unaccompanied' thing is appealing at Wynn too. Hhhmmm......

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the answer to your title question is YES

I would take Bellagio, at that rate especially. The pool area is much more luxurious, pools large and warm..the beauty of the surroundings equals or passes Wynn

Mention it is a honeymoon and hope for the best

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Yeah, I'm thinking if the Bellagio is cheaper, and the Wynn is not necessarily better than the Bellagio, then maybe we should stick with Bellagio. Unless there are anymore opinions..... I think for some reason I was thinking the rooms at Wynn were quite luxurious.

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We are staying at the Bellagio for our 10th anniversary in July.

Try using the following code: D149DM

We used it recently to get rooms (Monday through Thursday) for $149 with a Lakeview upgrade. We had to pay $249 for Friday and Saturday nights, but according to our reservation confirmation, the Lakeview is good for the entire stay.

No idea on the upgrade. I'm sure that so many people go to Vegas for weddings/honeymoons/anniversarys/birthdays that they can't give upgrades to everyone. However, if they have the room available they might give it to you if you explain that it is your honeymoon and ask nicely.

I've heard the Wynn is nice, but there are a lot of things you can spend an extra $100 a day on... the Bellagio is very nice. We were also considering the Wynn and the Venetian as well, but chose the Bellagio because of its center strip location and pools.

Good luck deciding, and have fun!

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Steve wynn built both bellagio and wynn. So he took what was good with bellagio but subtracted 300 rooms (now 1200 with the Spa Tower) and added close to a billion dollars worth of upgrades to create a better product. The pools are both spectacular, wynn has better rooms (80 sq ft. larger), but also that $100 would be nice to have to spend each day.

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Definitely Wynn over Bellagio if price is not an issue. The Wynn is beautiful and less total rooms than the Bellagio. Customer service and the hotel rooms are the main focus at Wynn, the casino is great but they definitely cater to their hotel guests first. The Wynn also doesn't get near the foot traffic that Bellagio does - much quieter and more romantic without all of the gawkers. When we stayed at the Wynn we were upgraded to a Panoramic Resort Room at no cost - the view from this room was amazing - better than any other hotel I have stayed at in Vegas - and I have stayed at most of them.

I am not knocking the Bellagio here - it is a fabulous hotel and for that money I would choose it - but if it was my honeymoon and money was not a concern I would definitely choose Wynn. I have never received a complementary upgrade at Bellagio either...

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bump

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Hey "baxter",

You're still around here. Tying the knot are you?