My girlfriend and I just got back from a trip to Vegas. We loved this hotel! Gorgeous interior. Very clean. They do pump a light vanilla perfume thru the hotel so those who are sensitive to smells be warned. We actually liked the smell, but others may not.
The staff was friendly and curteous. The spa was to DIE FOR! Lots of amenities. I got a massage there our last day and it was fantastic. They have over 80 massage therapists on staff!
We didn't eat at the restaurants so I can't review those.
A BIG plus is that there is a rear entrance off the strip which saved us a ton of time as the strip at night is a virtual parking lot. There is a very nice mall attached and it runs a tram to the Bellagio every 4 minutes, which saved us some walking.
The rooms were large. One thing we both loved was that the room is very technicology advanced. There is a touch panel bedside that lets you control everything in the room from the tv to the curtains to the lights. There is a very cool interface by the tv the lets you plug your ipod/ipad into the tv so you can listen to music or watch movies on the bigscreen led tv in the room. There is also an ethernet plug so you can hardwire your computer to access the internet. There is 'free wifi' though the hotel charges an automatic $20 a day resort fee to every guest. There is no wakeup alarm. Instead, you can set the curtains to open or the tv to come on to wake you up.
The bathroom was very clean and they provide plenty of towels. They also provided 4 robes, which was more than enough for us. For those of you who want to know, there is a hair dryer, iron and ironing board in room.
The room service here is TOP NOTCH. They were prompt and will roll in a table for you, set it up and remove it for you when you're done. Not an extensive menu, but it is available 24 hours a day. There is a minbar and some snacks available, but BEWARE, if you pick the snacks up off the table or remove any drinks, you'll be automatically charged because everything has a weight sensor under it.
A big downside for me though is that the beds were UNCOMFORTABLE! They are very plush and for me, who has back issues, it was not supportive and I woke up with a sore back every morning. (It's why I got a back massage our last day there). Plus the bed slopes slightly, so if you're sleeping on the either side, it feels like you're going to fall off of it. Very disconcerting! I slept in the middle and managed to sleep, although fitfully due to the lack of support.
While it was a great hotel in every other aspect, I don't think I'll be staying again due to the uncomfortableness of the beds.
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