The Bellagio’s lavish design is clear from the moment guests enter the hotel’s grand lobby, boasting the elegant and glamorous décor that one might expect from an iconic Las Vegas hotel. Within the hotel grounds, guests can gamble in the casino, relax by the pool, dine in a number of restaurants, watch a show, enjoy the spa, shop at high-end retailers and much more as you enjoy the hotel's sense of fun and extravagance.
The hotel offers nine room and suite categories, each furnished in plush cream and butterscotch hues or more modern grey and indigo colourings. All feature one king size bed or two queen size beds with the exception of the Chairman's Suite, which has two king size beds. Amenities include en suite bathrooms, TVs, Wi-Fi access, minibars and individual climate controls. The Deluxe Fountain View rooms face the strip, allowing guests to watch the water fountain spectacle from their window, taking place every half-hour. Resort King, Queen and Tower King rooms all have wonderful views across the city to the distant mountains. The Bellagio's five suite options all offer luxurious amenities and vast living spaces, culminating in the Chairman’s Suite which spans an impressive 4,075 square feet (379 square metres).
Situated at the centre of the Strip, the Bellagio is perfectly positioned for easy access to many other casinos, shopping and dining options in other hotels, with The Paris located opposite, Caesar's Palace adjacent to the north and the Cosmopolitan found just next door to the south.
Food and Drink
Like many of the Strip hotels, there's a buffet option at the hotel’s logically named restaurant, The Buffet. Furthermore, there's a wide variety of à la carte alternatives, including restaurants serving Chinese, Japanese, French and American cuisine, chef Michael Mina’s signature restaurant and Todd English's Olives, a Mediterranean outlet that's set adjacent to Bellagio's lake and is a great spot to see the famous water fountain show.
The hotel features a good number of lively bars, each with a different theme, atmosphere and decor and many offering live music and entertainment each evening.
All room categories at the Bellagio can accommodate up to two adults and two children. Alternatively, connecting rooms are available that provides some additional space, without compromising on accessibility between rooms.
Catering largely to couples, the Bellagio offers an opulent experience, ideal for a post-wedding celebration and pampering. Guests can enjoy romantic dinners, relaxing spa sessions and varied entertainment from its theatre, casino and bar options.
Facilities and Activities
Guests can spend time in the casino or relax by the one of the hotel’s five different pools, which are all set in lush greenery. The hotel also boasts an excellent spa and its own Gallery of Fine Art, which regularly changes exhibits, while the conservatory has impressive floral displays that change by the season. In the evening, guests are ideally placed to enjoy ‘O’, a Cirque du Soleil show that's staged at the Bellagio.
The Bellagio is accessible both in the common public areas and in many of its guest rooms.
Being one of the more luxurious Strip hotels, we feel the Bellagio is great for an elegant and iconic Las Vegas experience. The impressive décor, lively environment and exceptional customer service make it an excellent choice.
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