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7 Nights 2 Adults Bellagio USA, Nevada, Las Vegas, The Strip + $40 in-room credit per night + Flights = £847pp (£1694 total)
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7 Nights 2 Adults Bellagio USA, Nevada, Las Vegas, The Strip + $40 in-room credit per night + Flights = £847pp (£1694 total)

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Posted 8th Jun
Use Code BOOKIT to save £150. 7 Nights, Room Only
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    Bellagio
    USA, Nevada, Las Vegas, The Strip
    Resort King Room
    (2 Adults)
    19 Jul 2019 09:55 - 12:45
    Manchester Airport - McCarran Airport
    Thomas Cook Airlines
    26 Jul 2019 14:35 - 08:30
    McCarran Airport - Manchester Airport
    Thomas Cook Airline's.
FREE Las Vegas Daily Food and Beverage Credit Offer. Book by 30th June 2019 | Departure dates from 1st May 2019 - 31st May 2020. Participating Properties: ARIA, Bellagio, Delano, Excalibur, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, Mirage, NoMad, New York New York, Park MGM, Signature, Vdara

• Food and beverage credit may be used cross-property
• Credit is per room/ per day
• 2-night minimum stay

Daily Food & Beverage Credit Amounts:
$40 - ARIA, Bellagio, NoMad
$30 - Mandalay, Delano, MGM, Mirage, NYNY, Park MGM, Vdara
Circus Circus (upgraded rooms only- not Manor King or Queen)
$15 - Signature, Luxor, Excalibur.
Epically romantic, you may recognise the luxurious Bellagio as George Clooney and crew’s scene-stealing co-star from Ocean’s Eleven. But then, thanks to its world-famous dancing fountains (some of which shoot 460ft into the Vegas sky), the Bellagio has a habit of making any night along The Strip an unforgettable event. Look beyond the eight-acre Lago di Como and you’ll find head-turning elegance in a hotel that’s inspired by a picturesque Italian village. Rooms and suites are sumptuous without flashy bells and whistles, there’s a gallery of fine art with rotating exhibitions, five pools with a refreshing Mediterranean accent, a Philippe Starck-designed club and O, Cirque du Soleil’s® water-based extravaganza the richly-decorated rooms of the Bellagio are equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV and electronic drapes. Soft bathrobes, a minibar and an iPod docking station are included.
The Las Vegas Bellagio is 3 miles from the McCarran International Airport.
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Not a bad price , but wouldn’t like to fly long haul with TC , had a couple of terrible 5-6 hour flights with TC . We normally use Virgin for Vegas.
yozzman123408/06/2019 08:42

Not a bad price , but wouldn’t like to fly long haul with TC , had a c …Not a bad price , but wouldn’t like to fly long haul with TC , had a couple of terrible 5-6 hour flights with TC . We normally use Virgin for Vegas.


So do I but rather have the extra £1,000 for the casino virginholidays.co.uk/hol…,i0
Spicyhotnot08/06/2019 08:49

So do I but rather have the extra £1,000 for the casino …So do I but rather have the extra £1,000 for the casino https://www.virginholidays.co.uk/holiday/strip/bellagio/options?departureDate=19-07-2019&duration=7&gateway=MAN&room=a2,i0


But if you book in the 2 yearly sales Virgin and BA have you can normally get BA or Virgin flights and stay at the Aria , Cosmopolitan, Wynn or Venetian for for £750-£850 pp for 7 nights . That’s what we normally pay , we have done for 4 years in a row .
Bellagio is too busy with too many non guest tourists , and has fell from grace in the trip advisor rankings and tourist reviews . Still a nice midrange hotel .
Edited by: "yozzman1234" 8th Jun
Heath_Linacre08/06/2019 08:58

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‘Stung’

Vegas has had resort taxes for many years and when you book you’re warned of them.
Heath_Linacre08/06/2019 08:58

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Stung !!!!!!??????
Resort fees have been around since 2008 .
Anyone that’s been stung haven’t read the website or brochure they booked on , as the all tell you the nightly resort fee .
It ranges from $24.99 to $47.99 .
But you can get true 5 star hotels like the Aria , Vdara , Wynn , Waldorf Astoria, four seasons for as little as £100-£150 a night .
Compared to the same hotels in London , Paris , New York cost you £300-£600 a night .
So I take Vegas hotels with resort fee over anywhere else .
yozzman123408/06/2019 09:08

Stung !!!!!!??????Resort fees have been around since 2008 . Anyone that’s b …Stung !!!!!!??????Resort fees have been around since 2008 . Anyone that’s been stung haven’t read the website or brochure they booked on , as the all tell you the nightly resort fee . It ranges from $24.99 to $47.99 . But you can get true 5 star hotels like the Aria , Vdara , Wynn , Waldorf Astoria, four seasons for as little as £100-£150 a night . Compared to the same hotels in London , Paris , New York cost you £300-£600 a night . So I take Vegas hotels with resort fee over anywhere else .


The reference to the extra cost as advice to anyone who hasn’t been to LV before.
Bit of a risk booking with Thomas Cook as they are massively in debt. I nearly booked with them last week but opted on a flight & hotel through BA which was only a bit more than on the Thomas Cook website. Resort fees look to be about $300 too which needs adding to the OP as it's not optional.
Heath_Linacre08/06/2019 09:10

The reference to the extra cost as advice to anyone who hasn’t been to LV b …The reference to the extra cost as advice to anyone who hasn’t been to LV before.


But it states it on all websites when booking ! Unless people are that dumb they don’t read .
Also if you gamble around $300plus a day and use the onsite restaurants , you should get the resort fees comped .
Edited by: "yozzman1234" 8th Jun
yozzman123408/06/2019 09:30

Also if you gamble around $300plus a day and use the onsite restaurants , …Also if you gamble around $300plus a day and use the onsite restaurants , you should get the resort fees comped .


Don’t think u should be advising people to gamble that sort of money each day. Highly irresponsible comment.
MattyGr08/06/2019 09:28

Bit of a risk booking with Thomas Cook as they are massively in debt. I …Bit of a risk booking with Thomas Cook as they are massively in debt. I nearly booked with them last week but opted on a flight & hotel through BA which was only a bit more than on the Thomas Cook website. Resort fees look to be about $300 too which needs adding to the OP as it's not optional.


Think the $40 in room credit per night help with resort fee? See comments Above
Edited by: "Spicyhotnot" 8th Jun
Spicyhotnot08/06/2019 09:44

Think the $40 in room credit per night help with resort fee?


Cost should still be added though.
yozzman123408/06/2019 09:30

Also if you gamble around $300plus a day and use the onsite restaurants , …Also if you gamble around $300plus a day and use the onsite restaurants , you should get the resort fees comped .


Gamble $300 to save $40?
MattyGr08/06/2019 09:57

Gamble $300 to save $40?


Nope !!!!! Anyone that likes a gamble like myself, will find resort fees comped if the gamble over $300 a day .
Spicyhotnot08/06/2019 09:44

Think the $40 in room credit per night help with resort fee?


That’s normally for restaurants and bars with in the hotel . X x
yozzman123408/06/2019 10:00

That’s normally for restaurants and bars with in the hotel . X x


Me think it was for 1 Drink from the in room Mini-bar
Spicyhotnot08/06/2019 10:10

Me think it was for 1 Drink from the in room Mini-bar


It could be for just room service and mini bar !
But it would get you breakfast in room ,
We sometimes have breakfast in room . Normally about $50 so $10 short !
Edited by: "yozzman1234" 8th Jun
yozzman123408/06/2019 08:57

But if you book in the 2 yearly sales Virgin and BA have you can normally …But if you book in the 2 yearly sales Virgin and BA have you can normally get BA or Virgin flights and stay at the Aria , Cosmopolitan, Wynn or Venetian for for £750-£850 pp for 7 nights . That’s what we normally pay , we have done for 4 years in a row . Bellagio is too busy with too many non guest tourists , and has fell from grace in the trip advisor rankings and tourist reviews . Still a nice midrange hotel .


what time of year are these flight sales usually on?
You can get really cheap deals throughout the year but the best times to go are Apr-Jun & Sept- Oct. Jul & Aug can be 40+ degrees and temps drop to near freezing in winter
danevans12308/06/2019 10:39

what time of year are these flight sales usually on?


They normally have sales at Xmas/new year and another one in the summer
Nothing wrong with the Bellagio, great position with the handy monorail up the strip if you want to use it.
In many ways, the nicest and cleanest parts of Vegas are now a long way from the strip but for a few days it is fine.
yozzman123408/06/2019 08:57

But if you book in the 2 yearly sales Virgin and BA have you can normally …But if you book in the 2 yearly sales Virgin and BA have you can normally get BA or Virgin flights and stay at the Aria , Cosmopolitan, Wynn or Venetian for for £750-£850 pp for 7 nights . That’s what we normally pay , we have done for 4 years in a row . Bellagio is too busy with too many non guest tourists , and has fell from grace in the trip advisor rankings and tourist reviews . Still a nice midrange hotel .


Bellagio midrange
Granted there are other newer classier hotels on the strip but Bellagio is far far from being midrange.

Decent enough deal but wouldn’t fancy flying with TC and especially not now when they have just reported 1.5b losses.

Also agreed with the poster and the gambling - if you like a flutter then you can get the resort fees waved, they are not compulsory. Make sure you sign up to MLife rewards and use when spending in all MGM Hotels on the strip, loads of them. These points = pounds.
Edited by: "Gspaddock" 8th Jun
7 nights in Vegas is too long!! 3-4 nights max!
Gspaddock08/06/2019 12:07

Bellagio midrange Granted there are other newer classier …Bellagio midrange Granted there are other newer classier hotels on the strip but Bellagio is far far from being midrange. Decent enough deal but wouldn’t fancy flying with TC and especially not now when they have just reported 1.5b losses.Also agreed with the poster and the gambling - if you like a flutter then you can get the resort fees waved, they are not compulsory. Make sure you sign up to MLife rewards and use when spending in all MGM Hotels on the strip, loads of them. These points = pounds.


Ha ha bellagio has fell past the 30th best hotel in Vegas !
Here is a list of hotels I have stayed at and think are better .
Wynn
Venetian
Aria
Vdara
Waldorf Astoria
Cosmopolitan
I like the Bellagio but has too much tourist traffic .
Also stayed at the lesser hotels and had great holidays .
Even Caesar’s palace has had a star removed and is now only 4 star .
Spicyhotnot08/06/2019 09:39

IF u no fancy the Bellagio try the Aria …IF u no fancy the Bellagio try the Aria https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/aria-resort-and-casino-usa-nevada-las-vegas-the-strip-7-nights-saturday-20th-july-manchester-3239739


Stayed in the Aria for my honeymoon. Its beautiful. But to be honest you spend most of your time out of the hotel enjoying Vegas. Last time we stayed at the Excalibur which was absolutely fine.
Never been or looked before but a family wedding next year means it's a possibilty
Can someone comment on a deal like this - is there any entertainment included with your stay?
It mentions swimming and Cirque du Soleil etc... - Are these an extra cost?
Just so I know how much more I'll need to be thinking about

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yozzman123408/06/2019 13:11

Ha ha bellagio has fell past the 30th best hotel in Vegas ! Here is a list …Ha ha bellagio has fell past the 30th best hotel in Vegas ! Here is a list of hotels I have stayed at and think are better . Wynn Venetian Aria Vdara Waldorf Astoria Cosmopolitan I like the Bellagio but has too much tourist traffic . Also stayed at the lesser hotels and had great holidays . Even Caesar’s palace has had a star removed and is now only 4 star .


I 100% agree with your list but it’s a far cry from Luxor/Excalibur/PH/strat etc etc
I’ve stayed in plenty. I’m going next week and spending 4 nights Mirage and 3 nights Bellagio. I also love MGM Grand even though it’s a bit down the strip.

I have a great time regardless of the hotel.
Gspaddock08/06/2019 13:48

I 100% agree with your list but it’s a far cry from L …I 100% agree with your list but it’s a far cry from Luxor/Excalibur/PH/strat etc etcI’ve stayed in plenty. I’m going next week and spending 4 nights Mirage and 3 nights Bellagio. I also love MGM Grand even though it’s a bit down the strip.I have a great time regardless of the hotel.


It’s Vegas , if people can’t have a great time here then they are miserable people !!!
Shows , Concerts like rod steward , Celine , Lady Ga Ga , Madonna , Elton , huge boxing shows .
The best restaurants in the world , amazing casinos ( not for everyone! ) . Great weather April to October. Amazing pools . Gun ranges .
Grand Canyon to discover, hoover Dam , lake mead . I could keep going .
We have stayed at the Strat and Tropicana which are more basic 3 star hotels and loved them .
rickypp08/06/2019 12:25

7 nights in Vegas is too long!! 3-4 nights max!


Would be nowhere near long enough for us.

We have 9 nights booked for our 11th visit in 12 years this august. Have stayed for 5 nights which was not long enough, and twice done 14 nights. Never run out of things to do.

And we don't even gamble.
greatcapp08/06/2019 15:57

Would be nowhere near long enough for us.We have 9 nights booked for our …Would be nowhere near long enough for us.We have 9 nights booked for our 11th visit in 12 years this august. Have stayed for 5 nights which was not long enough, and twice done 14 nights. Never run out of things to do.And we don't even gamble.


We normally do 15 nights , but that’s 5 Vegas , drive to LA for 5 nights then back Vegas for 5 . 7 trips so far and still haven’t seen and done everything.
Got married here last August. Amazing place.
yozzman123408/06/2019 16:11

We normally do 15 nights , but that’s 5 Vegas , drive to LA for 5 nights t …We normally do 15 nights , but that’s 5 Vegas , drive to LA for 5 nights then back Vegas for 5 . 7 trips so far and still haven’t seen and done everything.


We normally do 16
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