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Bellagio Hotel and Casino

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Bellagio Hotel and Casino

Las Vegas, Nevada

Not surprisingly, the Bellagio Hotel and Casino is home to one of the best pools on the Las Vegas Strip -- or should we say 5 pools. Marvel at the romantic, Mediterranean-infused masterpiece from a balcony before descending the staircase to recline on a (reserved) chaise lounge -- cocktail in hand, naturally, from the pool bar. If you’re planning to stay all day, opt for a private cabana, which in addition to a private patio and dressing area, boasts a wet bar, stocked refrigerator, cable TV and an iPod dock -- so you can take your poolside soundtrack into your own hands.


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