My wife and I came here for a quick dinner before a show at Planet Hollywood. It was on a Saturday night and we only had to wait a few minutes before a table was ready. We split the chicken fajitas and ordered a couple of margaritas. It was all very good and the prices are very reasonable.
Bellagio is one of my Top 5 favorite hotels in Las Vegas. Mandalay Bay, Cosmo, Bellagio, Wynn, and The Venetian are the full list, but Bellagio may be my overall favorite. The whole place is beautiful and the staff is so helpful and friendly from check-in to checkout.
I've only been to Lakeside once, but it was one of the most memorable dining experiences I have had in Las Vegas. For me, this is one of those places you visit to splurge for a special occasion. If available, sit on the patio around sunset and the views, food, and service are guaranteed to be a highlight of your trip.
Best Friend is one of the few Las Vegas restaurants that I will eat at and still have food left because the portions are so large. My wife and I come here nearly every trip because she loves the energetic atmosphere and I love the food. It's a great combination that you won't find anywhere else.
The Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay is fun to do once, but not something I would pay for again unless I had the kids with me. If you have visited any other aquarium in the country, then Shark Reef really doesn't offer anything more than what you've already seen. Of course, kids will love it and it's a good activity for them, but it was a touch dull for the price.
Skyfall Lounge offers the best view in all of Las Vegas and one of the few clubs/lounges that doesn't charge a cover. I have reserved a table here before, but it's well worth stopping in even if you don't have a reservation.
Anyone who rates this show under 5 stars is no friend of mine. What a production! Absinthe has been in Las Vegas for several years now and I finally took the time to see it on my last trip. I now see myself coming back many more times in the future.
Libertine Social is one of the best casual places to eat in Las Vegas. Whether, I'm staying at Bellagio, Cosmo, or even Wynn, I will make the trek to Mandalay Bay to eat here. The food is delicious and the prices are reasonable. The service is always first-class as well.
Another great restaurant at Mandalay Bay that won't let you down. My wife and I shared the NY Strip with a few sides and it was plenty to keep us full for the rest of the night. The price is a touch high, but nothing outrageous when considering the quality.
Lake of Dreams is not as popular as the Bellagio fountains and some other free Las Vegas activities, but it's worth stopping by Wynn to see. For the best experience, get a table at Lakeside restaurant and enjoy several showings throughout your meal.
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