Bellagio Bathroom layout?

Jun 18th, 2003, 04:45 PM
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Bellagio Bathroom layout?

I am planning on staying at the Bellagio and would like to know what the bathroom layout is for a standard Lakeview room and for the Bellagio Suite upgrade (which has two baths). Which baths have the picture window? I was told there is one sink in a standard Lakeview room and the toilet is not in a separate room? Where is the toilet in relation to everything else? Can anyone help me visualize or point me to pictures?

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Jun 18th, 2003, 05:06 PM
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This is a serious inquiry, right?
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Jun 18th, 2003, 06:46 PM
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The standard rooms at Bellagio do not have views from the bathroom, which is located a few feet from the entrway.

The Suites at the end of the hall, which as I recall are NOT the Bellagio Suites, have views from the jacuzzi tub.

The larger suites, which have 2 baths and a 1/2 bath, also do not have a view. However, the shower doubles as a steam room, which is a real plus for me.
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Jun 18th, 2003, 07:01 PM
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My Standard Bathroom in a Lakeview Room on the 24th or the 27th (forget which) floor:
You walk in the door, there is a huge bathtub to your right. Huge. Marble. with a deck around it for lounging.
Straight in front of you is a mile long marble counter. Soft lighting. Might be a single sink, I don't share my bath space with anyone so it didn't matter to me. Toilet beside the counter all the way over on the left.
To the left of the door, is the glass walled shower. As big as a small room/extra large closet. All glass, marble, wonderful shower.
The wall where the tub is (across the room) is all mirror, so you can watch yourself take a shower.
So if you are looking at the room from the doorway, right to left, tub, counter/sink, toilet.
Hope this helps.
Want to know about the bed and bed tables in relation to the tv and window ??
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Jun 18th, 2003, 08:40 PM
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Where is the door in relation to the bed?
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Jun 18th, 2003, 08:48 PM
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Jun 19th, 2003, 07:00 AM
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Why don't you call the hotel, I'm sure they'd be happy to send you a floor plan. And if you don't like what you see, they'll renovate.
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Jun 19th, 2003, 07:30 AM
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Go onto their website if you want a floorplan as they show the layout for each room type.
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Jun 19th, 2003, 08:25 AM
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LOL, the Bathroom door or the room door?

Get out of bed, walk about 6 paces straight, turn left, walk about 10 paces then turn left
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Jun 19th, 2003, 12:26 PM
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But are there coffee makers in the bathroom?
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Jun 19th, 2003, 12:28 PM
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I've asked everyone I know and no one can seem to tell me whether the light switches are:

a) on the wall
b) a knob on the lamp
c) a pull cord on the lamp

Can someone please hurry and tell me? I need to know so I can book my flight!
 
Jun 19th, 2003, 06:38 PM
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It was, unfortunately, a serious question.

Ok, I know I'm obsessing. I have a hobby for designing floor plans so I wanted to know if the toilet is sheltered in any way by a half-wall or something. Sounds like you can watch yourself in a mirror when you are sitting on it.

Thanks for the reply; this really does help me visualize I became spoiled recently by staying at the Four Seasons in Cairo and got used to a huge separate toilet room with bidet.

Happily the only thing that I prefer about a non-suite room is that the bed be on one side wall and not against some window and it has to face the TV.

I never thought about how silly the post sounded... I posted it after hours of online research about Las Vegas and my brain was fried.
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Jun 19th, 2003, 06:42 PM
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Dear Tina,
The bed is against a wall, and it faces a big tv. The window is to the right with a small table and two chairs. There is plenty of room to walk around and to stand by the large windows and look out on the Strip and at the Fountains.
The bathroom is very large, the tub is at the opposite side from the shower and toilet which faces the shower, you can't really watch yourself sitting on the toilet
That is ok about obsessing over these things, look at me, I have one of those tricky memories that forgets what I walked into the room for but I can describe a room perfectly that I have not been in in a year~
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Howard, thanks for asking about coffee makers. Since we are obsessing....I do want to know if there are coffee makers in the rooms also at the Bellagio. I'm one of those that has to have a pot of coffee running in my veins immediately in the mornings.

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