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Bellagio description

The epitome of quality, romance and elegance on the Las Vegas Strip, the Bellagio hotel offers luxurious rooms, gourmet restaurants and upscale shopping along with a healthy dose of cultural enlightenment.

The vibe:

Italian elegance, romantic, classy but not stuffy

What we love:

The Bellagio Las Vegas has some of the best free attractions in town. There’s a reason you’ve seen the Bellagio Fountain in TV shows, commercials and movies like “Ocean’s Eleven.” They’re awesome. Every 15 minutes to half hour (starting around noon), the fountains dance in carefully choreographed patterns to music including everything from Broadway tunes to timeless tracks we all sing along to. 

People say there’s no culture in Las Vegas, but we beg to differ. The Bellagio’s Gallery of Fine Art has regularly rotating exhibits of paintings and artifacts. Past exhibits have included the works of Monet, mobiles from Alexander Calder, ceramics from Picasso and Andy Warhol’s celebrity portraits.

The centerpiece of Bellagio, located just off the main lobby, is the Conservatory. This is one garden you’ll be glad you don’t have to water. It takes a staff of more than 100 to take care of the thousands of potted flowers, trees and plants that make up the beautiful displays that change five times a year.

Good to know:

The Bellagio’s focus on elegance and luxury means it’s not really the most kid-friendly property in town.

All rooms, with the exception of the 19th floor, are non-smoking; there will be a $500 – $1000 plus tax deep cleaning fee at checkout for those who smoke in rooms. Your best bet is to just do this in designated areas, like the resort’s casino, bars or clubs. 

Because of the large lake in front of the hotel, the front doors are set back a bit from the Strip. That means you’ll have a short walk to get to the Las Vegas Boulevard sidewalk. Don’t worry though – as you’re walking you can be entertained by the Bellagio fountain.

The Bellagio has some of the best fine-dining restaurants on The Strip. Their options include favorites like Julian Serrano’s Lago that offers guests delectable Italian food with a front-row seat to the famous fountain show.  For something even more spectacular, reserve a table at the Mayfair Supper Club. This unique dining experience creates an atmosphere of sensory delights from their wide variety of unique menu options to a full evening of performances that include singers and dancers. This high-energy lounge takes ‘dinner and a show’ to a whole new level. 

All hotel lobbies in Las Vegas are busy but the lobby at Bellagio is at the intersection of some of the most trafficked thoroughfares in Vegas. You have people checking in, people headed toward the conservatory, people walking in from the parking garage, people walking in from Vdara, people walking in from the Bellagio Spa Tower elevators … you get the picture. A lot of people are converging on the lobby and the lobby is not large. Throw in tourists looking up and snapping photos of the stunning Fiori di Como glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly that’s hanging from the ceiling and you get a lot of people in one area. Our advice, be patient and watch out for luggage, selfie sticks and distracted guests.

Insider tips:

The Bellagio is all about luxury – and they absolutely deliver.

Too much dancing in your heels last night? Save your feet some pain by taking the tram from Bellagio to ARIA, Vdara, Park MGM and The Shops at Crystals. It runs daily from 8 a.m. – 4 a.m., every seven minutes. The Bellagio stop is accessible from a hallway in the Bellagio Spa Tower just past the restaurant, Harvest.

The Fountains of Bellagio are one of the resort’s main attractions so to take full advantage, be sure to book a fountain view room. There are also several restaurants at Bellagio that have outdoor patios overlooking the fountains including LAGO, Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant and Lounge and PRIME Steakhouse.

BELLAGIO DETAILS & TIPS

  • Number of rooms:
    3,421 rooms and 512 suites.
  • Casino:
    Yes. Casino games include Blackjack, Craps, Keno, Let It Ride, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Roulette, Slots, Baccarat and Megabucks. The casino has a 24-hour poker room with tables and high-limit areas.
  • Race & Sports Book:
    Yes, the race and sports book is equipped with large screens and individual monitors for racing and large and medium screens for sports.
  • Restaurants:
    Bellagio has the following dining options: Lago by Julian Serrano, Noodles, Palio, Yellowtail, Prime, Mayfair Supper Club and Spago.
  • Entertainment:
    Mayfair Supper Club
  • Nightlife:
    Petrossian Bar, and Lily 
  • Attractions:
    The Fountains at Bellagio, a water and light show choreographed to music, The Conservatory.
  • Pool:
    Yes, five pools and four Jacuzzis in a Mediterranean-style setting. Please note while the pool is open the jacuzzis are closed until further notice. 
  • Health club or fitness equipment:
    Yes.
  • Spa:
    Massages are available by the pool, in-room or in a treatment room. 
  • Shops:
    Yes, specialty shops are located in Via Bellagio, an avenue of upscale shops within the hotel.
  • Wedding services:
    Yes, the Wedding Chapel at Bellagio offers a number of wedding ceremony packages.
  • Business center:
    Yes, full-service business center.
  • Convention rooms:
    Yes. 
  • Concierge:
    Yes.
  • Child-care facilities:
    No.
  • Room service:
    Yes.
  • Pets allowed:
    Yes. One dog up to 40 pounds or two dogs with a combined weight of 40 pounds are welcome. There’s an extra fee of $125 per night, plus tax. Guests will be asked to fill out a dog registration form during check-in. Bellagio features two 24-hour dog relief areas. Dogs are not allowed to stay in public areas unless they are service animals. Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times when not in the room.
  • In-room Internet access:
    Yes, it’s included in the daily resort fee.
  • Hotel amenities:
    Concierge, currency exchange, luggage service, maid service, safety deposit box, wake-up call.
  • 24-hour front desk:
    Yes.
  • Security:
    Yes.
  • Elevators:
    Yes.
  • Parking garage:
    Yes.
  • Free Parking:
    Yes.
  • RV park:
    No.
  • Shuttle service to the airport:
    Shuttle service to and from the airport available for a fee from an outside shuttle company.
  • Shuttle service to the strip:
    No.
  • Wheelchair accessible rooms:
    Yes.
  • Check-in time:
    3 p.m.
  • Check-out time:
    11 a.m.
  • Minimum age to reserve a room:
    21 years. 
  • Policies:
    The maximum total number of guests (adults and children) in a room is four. There will be a an extra person fee for each guest over two.

    Firearms are not permitted on the premises of Bellagio, including within our hotel rooms.    If requested, safekeeping of properly registered firearms can be arranged.

  • Incidental charges:
    Incidental Deposit $150 per night.

    We will place an authorization on credit or debit card to cover applicable charges for room, tax and resort fees, as well as a $150 incidental amount per day to allow you access to room charging privileges. This may result in additional authorizations should your charges exceed the originally approved amount. Guests using a debit card in lieu of a credit card acknowledge unused funds are released upon check-out may take 3-7 business days for domestic banks and up to 30 days for international banks to become available through their financial institution

  • Prices From:
    $95.95

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