There are hotels, then there are great hotels and the Bellagio in Las Vegas falls into the latter category. Yes, it's huge as are all the hotels on the Strip, but the attention to detail and top notch service give it a feeling of intimacy that you wouldn't think possible in a property of this size. You're welcomed by a warm and sincere staff that seems to have just one thing on their mind; to provide you with an unforgettable experience.
I was here to host a customer meeting for my company and had the pleasure of working with their exceptional event staff. Meeting rooms, meals and breaks ran like clockwork. There was always a person available to provide whatever I needed, and in record time. Customer service is king and I felt like a queen. The feedback from our guests was glowing and the meeting was a smashing success.
Las Vegas is now home to many great restaurants and the Bellagio certainly has its fair share. We dined at Yellowtail for sushi and brought our customers to Sensi for Asian inspired cuisine. I highly recommend both.
As I strolled around the hotel on my last night I got a closer look at the amazing Dale Chihuly glass installation in the lobby.
And another Chihuly in the piano bar.
The conservatory sits just behind the front desk and was redesigned for Spring during my visit.
If you win big in the casino, there are plenty of ways to spend it in the shopping arcade.
When you're ready to soak up a little sunshine there are several pristine pools, jacuzzis and outside lounging areas.
While there are many other hotels and casinos to visit in Las Vegas, you could just stay here and never run out of things to see and do. It's a gorgeous resort that's held to a superior standard. I'll definitely be back.