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Anyone stayed in the Bellagio One-bedroom Penthouse Suite?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by samanthaelizabeth, Aug 1, 2014.

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  1. samanthaelizabeth

    samanthaelizabeth Low-Roller

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    I am trying to plan for my birthday next year. We stayed at the Mirage Penthouse this year and it was very nice. I have looked online; youtube and online photos of the Bellagio suites. To be honest, they don't really have that WOW factor going on for me. Has anyone stayed in one of the Bellagio's Penthouse suites? It seems like the Spa Tower Suites are much nicer looking. The main tower seems like the furnishings are old looking, kind of raggedy. Any input appreciated. I like the Bellagio, with the fountains and location. Just not sure their rooms are worth the $$. Last time I stayed there, back in 2005 I was very dissapointed in my regular room. It cost me a lot of money and I could have cried when I saw what the room actually looked like. I don't want to repeat that experience....
     
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    Not really sure what to tell you. It sounds like you have already made up your mind (or, at least, your expectations are low, so maybe you will be pleasantly surprised). I have stayed in the one bedroom penthouses in both the main tower and the spa tower. I know all the regular rooms have been renovated since 2005. Not sure if they suites have been renovated (I started staying in them a few years ago and they have been the same for the past three years).

    In terms of comparing the spa tower versus the main tower, the PH suites in the spa tower were a little bigger and more brightly decorated. The bathroom in the spa tower was also a little larger, although I think the steam showers in the main tower are better than the ones in the spa tower. I have enjoyed staying in both of them, but I have never been disappointed by the Bellagio rooms. I'm happy to try and answer any specific questions you have comparing the spa versus the main tower suites.
     
  3. jr7110

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    I haven't stayed in a Bellagio Penthouse for a few years (since mainly staying at Aria and Vdara) but I really enjoyed the room. The ceilings are much higher than a regular room, and there are three bathrooms: a "his" bathroom with a steam shower; a "hers" bathroom with a Jacuzzi soaking tub and a powder room for guests etc. The suites were renovated several years ago but were much more dated and "grandma-like" before the renovations. If you want a suite that has a bit more of a wow factor you might consider an Aria Sky Suite - I love those rooms and Aria is just as central to everything as Bellagio is. Not to mention an Aria Sky Suite stay includes limo transportation to and from the airport with a separate check in and entrance for Sky Suite Guests etc.
     
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    samanthaelizabeth Low-Roller

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    Thank you for the response. I am undecided. I want the fountain view, but it looks like the Spa Tower is decorated very nicely, with a white sectional and green accents throughout. Which did you truly like better?
     
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    As far as the rooms go, I liked the spa tower suite better. But the location of the main tower suite is much better to me
     
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    They are a little worn but not much, just not as "modern" as some places. I really think it's something to get at least once if you go for the fountain view in main tower. With the floor to ceiling windows
    there is no better view in Vegas (imho), it's just pure wow walking into one the first time...
     
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    I can name you one better: a cypress suite on a high floor at Bellagio. If fountain view is your priority, cypress is the way to go!
     
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    Can imagine that, on a higher floor.. they on 3-16? From the bed the view would be nice :) they seem to go for about 500-1000+ a night.
     
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