Bellagio Hotel & Casino

By Elle
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In A Nutshell

Situated at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, Bellagio stands as a pinnacle of luxury and sophistication. Renowned for its iconic fountains that dance to music and lights, Bellagio offers an exquisite escape into opulence. With its central location, top-notch dining options, and a world-class casino, Bellagio promises an unforgettable 5-star resort experience.

Bellagio Fountains

Location

3600 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Hotel Type / Price Range

5-star resort – $$$

Hotel Deals & Discounts

Hotel Features

Hotel Website

  • Year Built: 1998
  • Year Last Renovated: 2021
  • Minimum Room Size: Fountain View King / Two Queen Room (510 square feet)
  • Casino: Yes
  • Pool: 5 Outdoor Pools
  • Spa: Spa Bellagio
  • Day Club / Nightclub: N/A
  • Bars / Lounges: Baccarat Bar, Petrossian Lounge, Pool Bar, Sports Bar Lounge
  • Resort Fee: $50 plus applicable taxes
  • Parking Fee: $18-23 per night (self-park)
  • Top Shows / Entertainment: “O” by Cirque du Soleil, Bellagio Gallery Of Fine Art, Mayfair After Dark, Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, Fountains of Bellagio
  • Top Restaurants: Picasso, Le Cirque, Spago, PRIME Steakhouse, The Mayfair Supper Club
  • Buffet: The Buffet at Bellagio

About Bellagio

Bellagio, an opulent oasis on the Las Vegas Strip, has been enchanting guests since its grand opening in 1998. As an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of MGM Resorts International, Bellagio stands as a AAA Five Diamond resort, epitomizing luxury and sophistication.

Location

Bellagio has a pretty prime location surrounded by lots of premier attractions and neighboring resorts to explore. Within a leisurely stroll, you’ll find yourself at the T-Mobile Arena, a hub for top-notch entertainment and sporting events.

The renowned Park MGM (home to the foodie-favorite attraction Eataly), and the ultra-luxe Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, are just steps away.

Bellagio also provides easy access to the bustling CityCenter, offering a dynamic array of shopping, dining, and entertainment options. With Caesar’s Palace and Aria right next door and Paris Las Vegas and Planet Hollywood across the street, you’ll find yourself with A LOT to see and do in the area.

Rooms

The resort boasts a staggering 3,933 guest rooms, including 510 suites. Even the most basic room is drop dead gorgeous! And with their latest room renovations in 2021, you’re going to enjoy a healthy mix of modernity and elegance in the rooms.

For those seeking a wellness-centric experience, Stay Well Premier Rooms offer a sanctuary designed to renew and refresh. These rooms incorporate cutting-edge wellness technologies and amenities such as air purification, aromatherapy, and UV lighting to reduce bacteria and viruses.

Entertainment

Entertainment at Bellagio is nothing short of spectacular, with iconic attractions that define the essence of this luxurious resort.

“O” by Cirque du Soleil is a mesmerizing spectacle of aquatic artistry, surrealism, and theatrical romance. This world-class production features a cast of 85 artists from around the globe, including acrobats, synchronized swimmers, and divers performing both in, on, and above water.

The Fountains of Bellagio, a world-renowned masterpiece, orchestrates a magnificent ballet of more than 1,200 dancing fountains on an expansive lake spanning over 8.5 acres.

For those seeking a serene escape, the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens presents an ever-changing tableau of flora arranged theatrically. This enchanting display changes five times a year to reflect the seasons (and Lunar New Year), with meticulous planning a year in advance to ensure the availability of the necessary flowers, plants, and trees.

For gaming enthusiasts, Bellagio offers more than 100,000 square feet of gaming space, housing 2,400 slot machines, the BetMGM Sportsbook, and a Poker

Then there’s all the shopping you could do at the hotel. From the opulence of Cartier, Guerlain, and Hermès to the sophistication of OMEGA and Valentino, the boutiques within the resort will appeal to luxury lovers.

Restaurants

Bellagio stands as a culinary haven, featuring both casual bites and sophisticated gourmet experiences. The resort proudly hosts two of the country’s prestigious AAA Five Diamond and Forbes Five-Star restaurants—Picasso and Le Cirque.

Among some of the popular restaurants include Harvest, which embraces the farm-to-table philosophy, as well as Jasmine, offering an extensive dinner menu with flavorful Chinese dishes. Lago by Julian Serrano adds a contemporary twist with Milan-inspired Italian fare, available for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. For a seafood extravaganza, MICHAEL MINA Bellagio delivers a memorable dinner experience.

The renowned Spago by Wolfgang Puck introduces modern American cuisine for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. The Buffet at Bellagio is an all-encompassing option, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a diverse selection of culinary delights.

And the list goes on — there’s a lot more not listed here! Whether you’re seeking a quick snack at Starbucks or a full-course steak and seafood dinner at Prime, Bellagio makes sure you’ll have lots of options to choose from!

Pools

The resort’s aquatic offerings are equally impressive, featuring five outdoor pools, four whirlpools, and 51 private cabanas set in a Mediterranean courtyard.

The Cypress Pool stands out, providing a premium poolside experience with 64 chaise lounge chairs and two daybeds, along with a dedicated host to assist guests throughout the day.

Practical Tips / Things To Know

  • Extra fees to be mindful of: As with all MGM Resorts properties, keep in mind that there will be nightly parking fees and nightly resort fees associated with your stay.
  • Parking perks: Paying for parking sucks, but if you’re heading out to explore other parts of the Strip, your parking pass will work for other MGM properties too! For registered MGM Resorts property guests, the 24-hour parking fee provides you with in-out privileges of the self-parking areas across ALL MGM Resorts Las Vegas destinations within the same 24-hour period.
  • Show Reservations: If you have your eye on a specific show at the resort, we recommend making reservations in advance. This can help you reserve better seating in the theaters so you can actually see what’s going on.
  • Stay Connected with MGM Rewards: Join MGM Rewards, the loyalty program of MGM Resorts, to unlock exclusive perks, discounts, and personalized offers. You can accumulate points during your stay, which can be redeemed for various benefits.
  • Mobile Check-In: Save time upon arrival by using the mobile check-in option. You can bypass the front desk and head straight to your room, which is a huge time saver during rush hours when dozens of groups line up to check in at the same time.
  • Weekday vs. Weekend Rates: As with many Las Vegas hotels, room rates can vary significantly between weekdays and weekends. If your schedule allows, consider planning your stay during the weekdays for lower rates.
  • Be mindful of special events, conventions, and festivals in Las Vegas too: Room rates can skyrocket to the high hundreds or even thousands of dollars on certain days. Look out for major events like CES (Consumer Electronics Show), SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association), the Super Bowl, NCAA basketball tournaments, championship boxing matches, Life Is Beautiful (LIB), Electronic Daisy Carnival (EDC) — and avoid visiting during those dates if you’re not actually attending these events!

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About The Author - Elle
About the author

My name is Elle and I'm a travel blogger based in California. I love helping people plan trips and create unique itineraries based on their interests and their budgets. I'm a huge fan of outdoor adventures and doing off-the-beaten-path things in Las Vegas (and around the world too)!