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Bellagio King Tower Deluxe Fountian View

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by fastfreddy, Jan 13, 2014.

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  1. fastfreddy

    fastfreddy Tourist

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    Hi - just booked this room - she said it was end of hall 626 square feet newly done - any good?

    has anyone stayed in these rooms as I would love to know if I should do better - so hard coming from staying at the Cosmo last year in a wrap around suite! 1200+ SQ !!

    I like this area on the strip as it offers PH, Paris, etc (hot center area)

    Thanks in advance for any input!
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    The fountain view is great, but the floor makes a big difference. Also, keep in mind, the end of the hall is a heck of a long walk from the elevators, and you are sort of getting a side view of the fountain show (if that is important to you).

    If you splurged for a wraparound Cosmo suite, why not just get a Cypress Suite at Bellagio. As long as you get 10th floor or higher, you've got an excellent view of the Strip and the fountain show in a very unique suite
     
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    your kidding right - that looks wicked expensive
     
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    what about a salon suite - she said its 80/20 view - strip/lakeview
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Not kidding. I haven't checked because I get the Cypress comped, but I assume its in a similar price range to the wraparound terrace suite you stayed in at Cosmo
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Since she said TOWER, I assume that means the Spa Tower.

    I was going to pull up google maps to show where the tower was, but google has done something to their map program and it sucks
     
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    I must have missed it. I didn't see TOWER in the original post. In any event, I don't think there is a good fountain view form anywhere in the spa tower. However, if it is the spa tower, forget what I said about the long walk to your room. Those halls are much shorter
     
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    Salon suite is nice, but also at the end of the hall (if that matters). Also, FYI, its not a true suite. There is no separate bedroom. It is a lot bigger than the standard room and has a much bigger bathroom, but the living area is not separated from the bedroom by any kind of wall or barrier. Its a good room. Just be aware of what you're getting, though
     
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    any thing comparable in price for end Jan - 4 nights? w/Suite? Strip View?

    I like this Bellagio area - nice access to everything (center Strip)

    Aria is ok but I stayed there and felt it was kinda off the strip somewhat

    Thanks in advance.
     
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