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Some Bellagio cabana photos

Discussion in 'Vegas Trip Reports' started by mesa, Jun 6, 2008.

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  1. mesa

    mesa VIP Whale

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    My Trip Report

    Stayed in the Bellagio Cabanas for 2 days on June 2 &3rd,they come with ipod dock,flat screen TV, food amenities nuts,pringles twillzers,camera and platter of fresh fruit and a deck of cards used in the casino.1st days host worked pretty hard an always seemed to know when we needed anythings, next days host nice but not quite as sharp. Weather was great no clouds and high in the 90's.This trip was all about relaxing,drinking,eating and gambling at night.No shows

    A few photos here
    http://good-times.webshots.com/album/563710273SZBqRn
     
  2. VegasAddict

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    Very nice pics. Do they have misters?
     
  3. Souette

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    Very nice indeed!

    Wow...that thing's bigger than a NYC apartment!
    The other photos sure do show how much the City Center has been completed since I was there last October. Amazing.
    Glad to see you were reeeee-laxing in style.
     
  4. mesa

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    Yes they have misters
     
  5. rje

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    very nice... what was the cost?

    in june of 2006 i stayed a ballys in june and rented a cabanna for a day. it was awesome. i think it was about $200... i imagine the bellagio cost a few dollars more... :)
     
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    RJE,it ran 300 a day but to us worth it. The wife had a very stressful end of the school year so she really enjoyed the service and pool time.
     
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    Those are NICE....you should have seen the joke of a cabana the Flamingo tried to give us. For $300 we had essentially a tent with plastic furniture, no tv, and a mini fridge. The cabana was all in shade....no sun at all near us for those that wanted to lay out.

    There were other cabanas for the same price that had nice wicker furniture--tv...better in general. We immediately complained to guest services. No way were we paying $300 for THAT. At first they were being really rude. Telling my friend she should NOT rely on the Flamingo website for information. WHAT?? She then realized we were from Cleveland and all of a sudden her tune changed. She was from Cleveland too. She then gave us a full refund.

    So buyer beware. I would suggest CALLING the Flamingo and request a cabana with a tv and wicker furniture. Because if you dont, you might get stuck with a piece of crap thats probably worth $50 at most.
     
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