Fist time here and, like many strip hotels, the lobby was captivating. The interior design never got boring; it felt like being in a luxury cruise ship. Can't beat the location, too. We easily perused 6 other hotels in a few hours. For a few bucks more, our room came with a view of the tower and some of the Bellagio's fountain show. Sweet. The room was super-clean, complete with a sticker from the door to the jam showing that it had been sanitized and untouched. Nice. To top it off, since we checked in on their first day back, our rate was actually cheaper than our Best Western in Colorado Springs! The staff, however, was a tad uptight, like prison guards. Though smiles were hard to find, I'll cut 'em some slack as it was their first day back and, I'm sure, under a lot of pressure to maintain protocol. But the water?! Oh my god, the room water. Evidently, someone forgot to flush the pipes before re-opening because the sink water was green. For a little bit. Then, no hot water at all. I had to call a hotel engineer. Ultimately, the hot water finally arrived but is was super annoying to hold off on a shower while thinking that I might have to uproot the family to another room. C'mon guys. I'm no superintendent but even I would know that, after being closed for months, you might want to check the water.Anyway, I doubt anyone else will run into this problem so, in the end, I recommend.