Bellagio Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Winning big at the casinos is pretty unlikely (unless you're a pro at pulling off Ocean's Eleven-like heists), but you might as well try. If you're a very serious poker player with some very serious money to gamble -- or simply want to ogle at the high rollers from TV -- the Bellagio is the place to go. It has two glassed-off high-limit areas: Bobby's Room is the most exclusive, and has the highest limit betting; Club Prive is where you'll see famous faces from the tournaments on TV. And of course, there's the main casino floor too.

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Hotels for Indulging the 7 Deadly Sins (7 of 7)

 Winning big at the casinos is pretty unlikely (unless you're a pro at pulling off Ocean's Eleven-like heists), but you might as well try. If you're a very serious poker player with some very serious money to gamble -- or simply want to ogle at the high rollers from TV -- the Bellagio is the place to go. It has two glassed-off high-limit areas: Bobby's Room is the most exclusive, and has the highest limit betting; Club Prive is where you'll see famous faces from the tournaments on TV. And of course, there's the main casino floor too.
We're taught that we should stay away from vices -- but they can be so fun! So if you feel like being up to no good, look through our slideshow of the best hotels for indulging the seven deadly sins. We dare you to check 'em out and never look back! Wet Republic is the party pool at the MGM Grand in Vegas. Bathing suit contests are regular occurences here, so if you feel like you're lookin' fine, strut your stuff on the runway! When on vacation, you just have to be gluttonous -- especially in New York City, arguably the food capital of America. The New York Palace boasts Gilt, a glamorous two Michelin-starred restaurant. Scenes from Gossip Girl are often shot here. And when they're not shooting, guests and locals visit the restaurant to feast on dishes like venison with huckleberries and squash, and foie gras. That's a whole lotta leg! Perhaps the biggest party hotel in Miami, the Delano is always teeming with scantily-clad revelers for ogling. After all, it was dreamed up by Ian Schrager, the man who brought Studio 54 to the world. Need to release some wrath? Perhaps you didn't do so well at the slots? Well, the Cosmopolitan's gym has you covered. The large, modern 24-hour fitness center features air-conditioned treadmills and even a boxing ring. Punching something always makes you feel better, right? So work up a sweat to work off that steam! Who's not jealous of celebrities? Sure, they're followed around by the paps and their personal lives are strewn across the tabloids, but they're famous! And rich! You'll get plenty envious at the Gramercy Park Hotel, where celeb sightings are a nearly daily occurence. Our reporter glimpsed Sting during his stay, and stars such as Lady Gaga, Rihanna, and Janet Jackson have all been seen at the hotel. If you're feeling sluggish -- and don't want to have to lift a finger -- head to the luxurious Fisher Island Resort. Here, you can bask in the sun on the beach or lounge poolside. And though the property may be large, you needn't worry about having to walk from spot to spot; all rooms come with golf carts for guests' use. Winning big at the casinos is pretty unlikely (unless you're a pro at pulling off Ocean's Eleven-like heists), but you might as well try. If you're a very serious poker player with some very serious money to gamble -- or simply want to ogle at the high rollers from TV -- the Bellagio is the place to go. It has two glassed-off high-limit areas: Bobby's Room is the most exclusive, and has the highest limit betting; Club Prive is where you'll see famous faces from the tournaments on TV. And of course, there's the main casino floor too.
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