Best Rooms: The South tower offers better views of the Strip (Caesar's Palace and Paris). The rooms are older but do offer a little extra square footage. The North tower doesn't offer any special views, as it faces the back of a building or a street. Rooms have been recently renovated but are a bit smaller.
Best Rooms: Premier room types offer great views of the Las Vegas Strip while Red Room Premier room types offer even better views overlooking the pool and centering in on the Eiffel Tower and Las Vegas Strip.
Best Rooms: Guests looking for a great view of the Strip should book a Hollywood Hip Strip View room or a Premium Fountain View room; the latter Fountain View room provides a view of the water show at the Bellagio.
3.5 star hotel
Area: The Strip
0.43 mi from Fountains of Bellagio
Best Rooms: A Strip view is available from all room categories, so request a room facing the Strip and the highest floor possible to maximize your chances of a good view.
4 star hotel
Area: The Strip
0.45 mi from Fountains of Bellagio
Best Rooms: The property is off the strip, so the views are somewhat limited. To the north from the odd-numbered rooms between *01 - *65 (e.g. 1103, 1433, 1765), you can enjoy nice views of the Wynn and Venetian hotels; for the best vantage point, get up to at least floor 11.
Best Rooms: For standard rooms, the best views of the Strip are likely from floors 10 and up. To guarantee a great view, book a Partial Strip or Volcano View room; these are located on floors 14 - 23. Partial View rooms on the southwest side of the hotel split the view between the Strip and the pool.
Best Rooms: Located next to the airport runway on E. Tropicana Ave., Americas Best Value Inn Las Vegas offers no real views because it's surrounded by the parking lot and other buildings.