5 star hotel
3600 Las Vegas Blvd S,
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Our take on Bellagio
Ahhhh, the Bellagio. Styled after a hotel of the same name in Lake Como, Italy, it's also where part of the movie "Ocean's 11" - the scene where George Clooney's character takes in the famous Bellagio fountain show - was filmed. Here, you'll feel as though you're staying with George in his Italian villa. Rooms bow to you with an elegant foyer, and Italian marble envelops the bath and soaking tub. Triple-sheeted beds beg to be slept in, and automatic drapery and sheer controls help keep that morning sunshine at bay after a night on the town. Don't miss an opportunity to tip back your head and lose yourself in the glass sculpture, Fiori di Como, the Dale Chihuly-draped lobby ceiling. For glass lovers, or really anyone who appreciates the beauty of movement and color, it's inspiring. Of course, lovers of food can indulge in the Bellagio buffet, known for its extraordinary assortment of all things edible. Go ahead: indulge in one of the most well known and established Las Vegas hotels.
Insider Tips on the Best Rooms at this Hotel
The West Wing is the quietest, but doesn't offer any views of the water. This may be the best choice for light sleepers, as the water show runs until midnight and may be bothersome.
Rooms with a View
For the best view of the fountain and the water show, book a Lake View room; you'll have a choice between a Deluxe Lake View, a Deluxe Resort Lake View, or a suite.
Tower Deluxe rooms are a good option for guests who would like some extra space without paying for a suite.
Floor Plan and Room Views
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For the best views, book a City Suite and request a high floor.
The Panoramic Suite has windows on 3 sides of the room, offering almost 360 views of Las Vegas.
A small upgrade fee can be paid when booking a Deluxe Suite in order to guarantee a room with a pool or lake view.
East-facing rooms offer views of the Strip.
If you're looking to treat yourself without completely blowing your budget, the Crystals Suite has extra square footage and amazing views.
To enjoy impressive views of the Las Vegas Strip, be sure to book one of the View Suites.