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Bellagio Deluxe Fountain View vs. Fountain View Room

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Jwingle, Apr 27, 2015.

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  1. Jwingle

    Jwingle Tourist

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    I recently booked my trip through Orbitz for the Bellagio. I had the option to upgrade to a fountain view room and now that I have been reading reviews, I'm seeing that unless you upgrade to a "deluxe" fountain view room, you get put in the Spa Tower and you don't really have a view of the fountains.

    I feel kind of jipped if that's true. Has anyone ever heard of this or had this happen to them? I'm going to be really disappointed because they obviously don't list that on the Orbitz site. Don't know if it's too late to request a standard room for less if that's the case.
     
  2. Simpatt

    Simpatt Low-Roller

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    Great question JWingle, I'm looking at a Premier Fountain Room for my trip and from what I understand these do have a good view of the fountains
     
  3. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    Yes that's true. The basic fountain view rooms are in the spa tower.

    I wouldn't say you don't really have a view of the fountains. You do.

    But it's not the awesome view from the center of the main tower.
     
  4. burdog

    burdog Low-Roller

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    We stayed there 2 yrs. ago and got a "fountain view", it was in the main hotel but on a low floor so some of the view was restricted by the roofs of the restaurants and Fontana Bar (at that time?). My DW did use the $20 trick so maybe we would have been put in the spa tower on our regular res.
     
  5. airball1996

    airball1996 High-Roller

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    So I guess they've changed their former "partial lake view" to "lake view" and now the "deluxe lake view" is now the old "lake view"

    Sneaky.
     
  6. vegasvic

    vegasvic VIP Whale

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    Yeah they'll spin it anyway they can to put "Lake" in the description of as many rooms as they can.
     
  7. Jwingle

    Jwingle Tourist

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    Thanks for your help! I guess we'll see what happens when I get there!
     
  8. thestugot

    thestugot Low-Roller

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    Is there a difference between deluxe and premier?
     
  9. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    Yes premier is high and center.
     
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