Bellagio Casino Review

The Bellagio is a famous hotel and casino in Las Vegas which was opened on October 15, 1998 and welcomes players for a 24/7 round the clock every day. The Bellagio casino is spread over 155,000 sq ft of gaming space, and houses 2449 gaming machines and 207 table and poker games. The exclusive property has nineteen restaurants, one exotic bar and a hotel housing 3933 rooms, comprising of standard rooms and suites. The hotel and casino has a large convention and meeting space for those seeking an exotic location for an official gathering. The casino hires around 10,000 people to run the day to day operations.

bellagio casino review

The poker room has 40 regular tables and 5 high limit tables and the room happens to be notorious for having some of the best players in town. The poker room is private and closed off from the smoke and noise caused by the casino. The poker room offers 7-card stud, Hold-em, Omaha 8, and a few mixed games. There are often no-limit games going on if there are enough players for one. Low limit tables often have a wait during high-traffic times. Everyone in the casino is entitled to free drinks no matter the game you are playing. However, other comps might be slightly harder to get. The Bellagio tends to focus on high-rollers and shower them with comps while those betting small amounts may need to put in a little effort to get noticed.

The Bellagio has one of the best sports books in town. They have 20 screens. Four are big screen TVs for main events while the other screens can combine to show an event on a few screens put together or broken down to all show individual games or races. There are also almost 200 seats for race and sports bettors. Some of the seats are configured in a lounge type setting for the sports bettors, while others offer individual TVs for race bettors that want to hone in on the action. There are also 15 betting windows and electronic sign boards that display scores and odds that change daily.

This luxurious 30 story building is situated on the Las Vegas strip in the Paradise area, and is owned by the proud MGM Mirage, built on the demolished site of the Dunes Hotel and Casino. Bellagio is known for its elegance and one of its most distinguished features is the 8 acre lake which holds the world renowned Fountains of Bellagio. This spectacular dancing water fountain is harmonized to music and is in itself a wonder of the world so to say.

The gaming machines totaling 2449 comprise of a variety of Anchor’s wheel of gold, types of dollar, penny and nickel variety slot machines, table and poker games and specialty games like keno including race and sports books. The restaurants serve sumptuous food and have a variety of cuisines like Italian, Asian, Mediterranean and American alongside delectable steaks, ice cream and bakery products.

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