The epitome of luxury and excellence, Bellagio is a visual masterpiece. This hotel and casino is certainly at the top of their game. From the moment you pull in to their grand resort, you know it's something pretty special. As you enter, their front desk adorably awaits you. Behind the check-in desk is a beautiful garden, decorated with flowers and balloons to lift your spirits immediately. Fiori di Como, the hand-blown glass flower art sculpture, adorns the 18' high ceiling and was designed for Bellagio by famous artist Dan Chihuly. It's stunning, created with over 2,000 pieces intertwined with each other. I would need pages to respectfully review the Bellagio, but I'm trimming it down to basics. The rooms are delightful (try to get a Fountain/Eiffel Tower view), shops are dangerously wonderful, grounds are stunning, casino is fantastic, restaurants are top notch, gym and pools are perfection. What more could you ask for? Nothing!
Relaxing by their pools is something I could have done for three straight days. Five pools spread out over their beautifully manicured gardens, offered something for everyone, adults and families. Chairs are comfy and nicely spread apart. Grab a quick bite, and/or a cocktail, and enjoy. Vegas can be tough, there's a lot to see and do, and it can be somewhat draining, but as soon as you lay down on one of their lounge chairs, all of your stress wanders away.
The gym was incomparable to any other hotel gym that we have utilized in the last twenty years. Most hotel gyms are disappointing, providing the bare minimum of space and equipment. Not the Bellagio's. It was loaded with everything you could want or need.