Right from the exterior with the grand
fountain display, the Bellagio Hotel and Casino sets the scene for a
high-class experience. This premier resort is among the best and
brightest the Strip has to offer, featuring Tuscan-style interiors,
spacious rooms and suites, and first-class dining and entertainment.
Suites At Bellagio
There are several guest suites that range in size from 853 to 4075 square feet. All suites have a formal floor plan that includes a foyer, a sitting area, multi-line telephone and speaker, twice daily housekeeping, whirlpool tub and spectacular views.
Check out The Bellagio's suites: Bellagio One Bedroom Suites & Bellagio Two Bedroom Suites.
Although the Bellagio is expansive in size, you'll never have to walk far to grab a bite to eat, or more likely a gourmet prix-fixe menu to tempt your appetite. The Bellagio Buffet regularly garners the best reviews of its kind. Even finer dining can be had at Le Cirque, twin to the legendary New York-based French restaurant. Celebrity chef aficionados will love the fine Italian food at Todd English's Olives and top-quality seafood at Michael Mina Bellagio.
Once you're properly fed, try an indulgence of a different kind by hitting the theatre to check out "O", a Cirque de Soleil production. Although the tasting menu and multiple cocktails you just enjoyed may have felt like an accomplishment, you'll still find yourself impressed by the aquatic exploits of these multi-talented acrobats, dancers, and synchronized swimmers.
Entertainment & Nightlife
As at all of the best Vegas casinos, everything is better at night. Perhaps the most well-known of the Bellagio clubs, The Bank is among the best places to see and be seen in the hotel. This popular celeb hangout features a three-tiered floor plan with ample VIP seating and a revolving cast of DJs and beautiful people to keep the party going.
Those looking for a more low key time will still have plenty of ways
to keep busy. A stroll through the famed Conservatory and Botanical
Gardens or the Gallery of Fine Art will inject a touch of culture to
your trip in between bouts of gambling and spending. If it's just
the gambling you want a break from, take a tour through the Via
Bellagio shops, where you'll find Chanel, Armani, and Tiffany & Co.
outposts to help you get properly dressed for another night on the
If you'd rather the party slowed down instead of stopping completely, visit one of the Bellagio's many bars and lounges. The Fontana Bar keeps things exciting with live music and an expansive dance floor, as well as a knockout view of the fountains outside. If you prefer your lighting low, décor muted, and cocktails creative and delicious, be sure to stop in at Caramel, a luxurious lounge.