Bellagio Las Vegas

Destinations, iReports, Las Vegas

A guest booked a two-night stay at Bellagio Las Vegas with United Vacations for the weekend and had this to say:

It was a rejuvenating experience in our new environment, and I felt safer during my stay than I ever have when visiting Las Vegas. New safety measures hotels are taking include contactless check-in, no-touch entry/exits for public buildings, and barriers at the gaming tables and bars, along with sanitation confirmation/notifications in guestrooms and public spaces.

Here’s an added plus, when it comes to Las Vegas: There are very few experiences you won’t find in Las Vegas now that shows have reopened to the public.

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