Last Updated on September 27, 2022
The Bellagio Hotel and Casino has been a Las Vegas icon since it first opened more than 20 years ago. Famous for its fountains, casino, and luxurious rooms, the Bellagio is one of the prime resorts in Las Vegas. If you’re planning a trip to Vegas and are considering the Bellagio, here are the details, from rooms to entertainment and beyond, that you need to know.
The rooms at the Bellagios are known throughout Las Vegas for offering the ultimate in both style and comfort. With many options to choose from, the Bellagio has the perfect room for your stay in Vegas, whether you’re here for pleasure, business, or celebrating a special occasion.
At the Bellagio, they understand the mental and physical toll that travel can take on their guests. Whether you’re traveling for business or leisure, it’s nice to have additional support in staying healthy and well during your time in Las Vegas. The Bellagio offers their Stay Well Premier rooms with an emphasis on holistic wellbeing.
First, let’s start with the views. Each Stay Well Premier room features either views of the Bellagio fountains or the stunning skyscape of mountains outside your window. The serene environment is designed to help you relax.
Extra steps have been taken to optimize your wellbeing during your stay, including air purification, an enhanced cleaning protocol with non-toxic cleansers, a vitamin C shower infuser, and complimentary access to the Cleveland Clinic’s newsletter and wellness programs.
The Stay Well Premier rooms are 510 square feet, with King Rooms or Two-Bed Queen Room options available.
The Salone Suite is what comes to mind when you think of the Bellagio hotel. With Italian-inspired decor, and lushness, and every turn, you’ll want to make yourself at home and never leave.
The design of each Salone Suite is enhanced with Italian marble. The foyer is marble, as well as the bathing area where a marble bath and soaking tub await you. Customized mood lighting helps creates just the right ambiance for your stay.
At 835 square feet, the Salone Suite is just the right size for a maximum of three guests. The room features a comfortable living area with a sofa and chaise and all the comfort and convenience amenities that the Bellagio is known for.
The Bellagio Suite is a beautiful, spacious, art-themed suite in the Bellagio hotel. The relaxing decor and a king-size Cashmere Super Pillow Top mattress welcome you into luxury during your stay in this Bellagio Suite.
The Bellagio Suite includes a spacious marble foyer, separate living and dining areas, along with a nicely stocked bar. The marble couples bathroom features a marble bathtub, whirlpool, and steam shower. Guests can also customize their experience with climate controls and mood lighting.
The Bellagio Suites are 1,020 square feet, are equipped with one king-sized bed, and accommodate up to four guests. Queen suites with two beds accommodating up to 5 guests are also available.
The hallmark of the Cypress Suite is the incredible, panoramic view from the large windows. Wake up each morning, open the curtains using the automatic drape controls, and take in the view of Las Vegas without ever even leaving your bed.
The spacious Cypress Suite is more than 1,500 square feet of luxury. The Cypress Suites feature more modern design elements when compared to the other Bellagio suites. Each suite is designed with an open floor plan, arched shape, and smoothly arched accents throughout.
The color scheme is warm and inviting. Each Cypress Suite features a separate living area, separate dining area, and large marble foyer. The couple’s bathroom is exactly what you’d expect from the Bellagio – spacious, marble, and featuring amenities such as a vanity area, steam shower, and soaking whirlpool tub.
The Cypress Suite features one ultra-comfortable king-sized bed and accommodates up to four overnight guests. However, the suite is spacious enough that it’s perfect for entertaining guests.
The Bellagio Penthouse Suites, located on the upper floors of the Bellagio, offers stunning views of Las Vegas. A spacious, 1,536 square foot, the open floor plan is ideal for spending time with someone special or entertaining guests in a more intimate environment.
The decor of the Penthouse Suites has a bit of an art deco vibe to it, mixed in with more modern design elements and clean lines. The furnishings are plush and comfortable, with pops of color throughout.
The ultra-comfortable Penthouse Suite features all the prime Bellagio amenities, including climate control, mood lighting, marble accents, a couples bathroom with a separate vanity area and steam shower, a king-sized bed, and a generously stocked mini-bar.
If you’d like to expand the space and sleeping options of your Penthouse Suite, you can connect your suite to a neighboring Tower Deluxe room if they are available.
The Lakeview Suite features 2,075 square feet of a spacious floor plan that has been designed for comfort and luxury, with a color scheme and decor that is warm and energizing while also managing to maintain a feeling of serenity when you walk in.
The views of the Strip from the Lakeview Suite are stunning. Of course, this suite features all the other suites’ world-class amenities, but its luxury status comes with something a little extra.
From your dining area that seats six, you can enjoy daily presentations of delicious delicacies. Guests of the Lakeview Suites also enjoy pre-itinerary planning, VIP concierge service, complimentary business services, and VIP reservations and seating throughout the Bellagio’s restaurants and entertainment venues.
Executive Parlor Suite
The Executive Parlor Suite is the ultimate for entertaining during your stay at the Bellagio. Spanning 2,500 square feet, there is more than ample room for you and your guests to mingle and enjoy the amenities that come with this suite.
The Executive Parlor Suite features state of the art, enclosed media room with surround sound. The media room is spacious enough to host at least six guests, or a few more if you don’t mind being cozy. There is also a separate billiards lounge with a wet bar.
Guests of the Executive Parlor Suite have access to all of Bellagio’s VIP concierge services and business services.
Executive Hospitality Suite
Aside from the Villas, the Executive Hospitality Suite is the most spacious option at the Bellagio. With 2,515 square feet, it’s the perfect space for business meetings, executive minglings, and corporate retreats. The Executive Hospitality Suites come with both one and two-bedroom options.
Features that are unique to the Executive Hospitality Suite include a conference room and large living room area, providing options for your executive meeting needs or allowing multiple groups to space out and meet more privately. The conference room seats 12 and features sliding glass doors and 60-inch LCD presentation technology. The master bedroom is separate from the rest of the suite, providing comfort and privacy.
The Villas are the ultimate, high-end luxury accommodations at the Bellagio hotel. With 6,500 square feet to make yourself at home in, the Villas are spacious and everything you desire in luxury accommodations.
Each Villa has two bedrooms, five bathrooms, and many in-suite amenities. The Bellagio Villas are equipped with a large formal dining room, a private kitchen, and a fully stocked bar for hosting guests or simply sitting back and enjoying having this extravagance all to yourself.
You’ll also be pampered in the Villas. Each one comes with its own massage room, workout facility, dry sauna, private hair salon, and personal butler services. Each Villa opens up to a private pool area with a gorgeous garden and terrace for ultimate relaxation.
Guests of the Villas enjoy special perks, including in-room check-in and entrance through a dedicated Villa tunnel, a daily presentation of delicacies to tantalize your tastebuds, VIP reservations at Bellagio restaurants and entertainment venues, along with preferred seating at each, and many more amenities that will make your stay at a Bellagio Villa memorable.
PRIME Steakhouse at the Bellagio is one of the most popular fine dining restaurants in all of Las Vegas. Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten creates dishes that are designed to not only satisfy appetites but, in his words, “to create cravings”.
The atmosphere at PRIME Steakhouse is lush yet sophisticated. Shades of brown that remind you of the most decadent chocolate combined with hues of a delicate blue complement each other perfectly in what can be imagined as a representation of earth and sky or water.
Outdoor seating at PRIME offers front-row views of the Bellagio fountains. PRIME is elegant, serene, and where you can enjoy what is arguably one of the best steaks in Vegas. Their Peppercorn Crusted NY Strip and Japanese Filet Mignon are among the cuts guests rave about.
Of course, the menu includes other artfully and skillfully created dishes, like Pan-Roasted Dover Sole, Cold Water Lobster Tail, and the Toasted Almond Creme Brulee. Perfect for a special night out in Vegas.
PRIME Steakhouse is open every evening from 5 pm-10 pm. The dress code is business casual, with jackets preferred for gentlemen. No shorts or athletic wear is allowed.
If you want the full Vegas experience, don’t miss the opportunity to experience a meal at Le Cirque. Le Cirque has deservingly won accolades, including a 5 Star Rating from Forbes Travel Guide and the AAA Five Diamond Award.
The menu at Le Cirque features several French-inspired, multi-course journies through culinary mastery. Wine connoisseurs will love the available wine pairing with each menu.
Of course, Le Cirque’s food is a memorable experience on its own, but there’s something about the ambiance that makes Le Cirque a true sensory experience. The decor, the colors all add an element of the surreal to your experience at Le Cirque.
The dress code at Le Cirque is dressy and elegant. It’s preferred that men wear jackets, but it’s not required. Shorts or athletic wear of any type are not allowed.
Picasso is yet another world-renown fine dining restaurant in the Bellagio Hotel & Casino. At first glance, it may seem that the Picassos that line the walls are how this Vegas favorite got its name. That might be part of it, but there’s no denying that there’s also a connection with the culinary artistry that’s going on behind the scenes.
Chef Julian Serrano brings inspiration from both France and Spain to the table at Picasso. Each dish is delectable, artfully crafted, and visually beautiful as it’s placed before you. If the menu isn’t enough to capture your attention, consider that Picasso’s wine cellar is home to more than 1,500 selections from the finest vineyards across Europe.
Patio seating is available for those who want a stunning view of the Bellagio fountains. The dress code is classy and elegant, with jackets preferred for the gentlemen.
Chef Michael Mina takes your hand and guides you along a culinary journey that’s inspired and filled with fresh seafood from the seven seas and beyond. Seafood from around the world is flown in daily to bring the Chef’s innovative creations to life in the plates he shares with his guests.
The menu at Michael Mina focuses on seafood, but there is also a small selection of steaks, as well as options for vegetarian guests. Plus, the dessert menu is enough to make you swoon. Relax in the soothing atmosphere and enjoy tableside preparation of what will soon become your new favorite dish.
The dress code at Michael Mina is business casual, with athletic wear not acceptable. Come ready to relax and enjoy a serene dining experience.
LAGO by Julian Serrano
LAGO was created off the concept that small plates can be big and bold on flavor. In a place where indulgence is the name of the game, LAGO is where you can truly indulge yourself in exquisite Italian cuisine without going overboard.
Dining at LAGO comes with breathtaking views of the Bellagio fountains. The scenery, the cool decor that’s reminiscent of the Italian seaside, and Chef Serrano’s delicious, impeccable creations will make LAGO one of your favorite destinations in the Bellagio Hotel & Casino. For a truly romantic experience, ask for an open-air table centered on Lake Bellagio.
The menu at LAGO is filled with inspired dishes that add new freshness to Italian classics. Small plates of Risotto Al Funghi e Parmegiano, Mista salad with fresh candy beets, or a small Margherita Pizza are among some of the treasures you’ll find on the menu. LAGO also offers a three-course Prix-Fixe menu that is a favorite among loyal guests.
LAGO is currently open every day from 5 pm-10 pm.
Spago is Wolfgang Puck’s world-famous flagship restaurant and has been credited with being the spark that erupted the high-profile interest in Las Vegas as the new hottest culinary scene. Located fountain-side, Spago is a great spot for alfresco dining with a view of the Bellagio’s iconic towering fountains.
Spago is where you’ll find a fresh, reinvented menu that focuses on seasonal dishes that are inspired by the Chef’s regular visits to the bounty of farmer’s markets. Spago serves up everything from house-made pasta, flavorful seafood, and prime steaks to one of the most indulgent dessert menus in all of Vegas.
The ambiance at Spago is contemporary, warm, and comfortable. It’s one of those places you’ll want to relax and linger over dinner. Spago is open Friday and Saturday, from 5 pm-10 pm.
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant opened in the Bellagio Hotel & Casino in 2008 and has been impressing guests ever since with its innovative approach to contemporary Japanese cuisine. Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant’s Chef, Akira Back, has created a menu of Japanese dishes highlighted with a spark of Korean influence. The result is a perfect fusion.
Chef Akira Back is a Michelin Star chef, and his talent is evident in the bold yet delicate dishes at Yellowtail. With creations like the Braised Wagyu Beef Short Ribs with Spiced Puff Rice, Scottish Salmon with Orange Lemon Miso, and an incredible selection of sushi, sashimi, and specialty rolls, you’ll get the chance to experience the freshness of ingredients flown in daily from only the finest markets.
Sit back and enjoy a specialty sake, a handcrafted cocktail, or a selection from their curated list of whiskey and beer, surrounded by the warmth of bronze, wood, and stone, as you take in the view of the Bellagio fountains in the background.
The dress code at Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant is business casual, and they are open Thursday thru Sunday, 5 pm-10 pm.
Fix Restaurant & Bar
When you walk into Fix Restaurant & Bar, you’re immediately drawn in by the seductive yet contemporary design. Fix is the fine dining restaurant in the Bellagio that embraces the upbeat energy of Vegas nightlife.
On the menu at Fix, you’ll find classics and creative new dishes that raise the bar on your Vegas dining experience. There are the classic steak, chicken, and seafood dishes, but there’s something a little extra special about each. One area where Fix really shines is their elegant take on what one might normally consider “bar food,” like lobster tacos and an artfully arranged bowl of finger-licking buffalo wings.
Fix is located close to the Bellagio’s entertainment venues, making it the perfect spot for a pre-show dinner. Ticket holders for Cirque du Soleil are treated to a special culinary experience as a prelude to the show.
Jasmine is Cantonese cuisine fused with hints of Szechwan and Hunan. The flavors of each dish are as authentic as the view of the Bellagio fountains from Jasmine’s windows. The inspiration behind the menu at Jasmine is to arouse the senses, both with innovative cuisine and an ambiance that’s pure luxury.
The menu at Jasmine features Al a Carte options, including selections from Jasmine’s live tank. You might also choose the Jasmine Experience or the Pre-Theater Dinner Menu that features beloved dishes with intricate flavors.
The dress code for Jasmine is business casual but relaxed.
Harvest by Roy Ellamar
Harvest by Roy Ellamar brings something fresh and new to not only the Bellagio but also to the typical dining experience in Las Vegas. Harvest is the blending of seasonal, market freshness, health-conscious dishes, and bold, memorable flavors. In other words, Harvest is a breath of fresh air.
The culinary artistry at Harvest is inspired by Chef Roy’s experiences with farmers and fishermen with an unsurpassed expectation of quality. Harvest by Roy Ellamar is committed to supporting ethics and sustainability, along with local farmers when sourcing their ingredients.
What can you expect from a dining experience at Harvest? The freshest salads, delectable boards, perfectly plated seafood, decadent desserts, and a “Harvest Hour” for specialty cocktails that you don’t want to miss.
Sadelle’s Cafe is the perfect spot for those days when maybe you’ve slept in a little after enjoying the Vegas nightlife and now need to satisfy your craving for brunch. Sadelle’s Cafe is the casual dining spot that has all of your brunch favorites.
We’re talking Eggs Benedict, Smoked Salmon, a Vegas Omelette, and their famous Sticky Bun. Sadelle’s also offers a lunch & dinner menu, along with desserts and a “Choose Your Own Spirit” bloody mary menu.
Sadelle’s overlooks the Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens and is currently open from 7 am -3 pm daily.
The Mayfair Supper Club
The Mayfair Supper Club, founded in 2016, is incredible food combined with a full sensory experience. The Mayfair Supper Club is on the more elegant end of casual dining, with a menu and atmosphere that speaks of decadence and glamour.
Reminiscent of old New York, the Mayfair Supper Club is set against the backdrop of the Bellagio fountains. It is here that dining, entertainment, and the atmosphere of the Mayfair Supper Club merge into an immersive and memorable sensory experience.
The menu mirrors the art deco theme of the Mayfair. Expect decadence with every dish, such as the Seafood Tower, a 40 oz, Dry-Aged Porterhouse, and Tuxedo Scallops. The drink menu consists of an impressive wine list, and classic cocktails reinvented Mayfair style.
The Mayfair Supper Club’s dress code is smart chic, and they’re open from 5 pm-10 pm on Wednesday through Sunday (closed Monday and Tuesday).
Noodles, under the hand of Executive Chef Patrick Lee, brings traditional dishes of China, Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam to Las Vegas, where you can experience all of them at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino. It seems there isn’t a traditional Asian dish that can’t be found at Noodles.
The menu is expansive. Appetizers, soups including Pho, noodles, rice, congee, barbeque, seafood specialties, and Asian desserts…it’s all here.
The atmosphere is warm, inviting, with Asian-inspired decor and hues of gold. Dress is casual, and Noodles is open every day from 11 am – 11 pm.
The Buffet at Bellagio
Are you wondering, with all the dining options in Las Vegas and just at the Bellagio alone, why you spend any of your appetite at a buffet? The Buffet at Bellagio isn’t your typical buffet experience. In fact, it’s a favorite that draws crowds from all around the world.
The Buffet at Bellagio features a lineup of perfectly prepared dishes from around the world. When you aren’t sure if you’re in the mood for Chinese, Italian, American, French, or all of the above, the Buffet is a destination where everyone at your table will leave satisfied.
There are cooking stations at the Buffet where skilled culinary artisans put on a show that rivals anything you’ll see on the Strip, and then, there’s the caviar. Indulging yourself with caviar from Ikura and Tobiko is just one of the many ways the Buffet at Bellagio is a memorable experience.
Join the Bellagio Patisserie for fresh, French-inspired pastries, fluffy, tender omelets, and other delectable nibbles to start your day or to satisfy your late-night sweet tooth. Enjoy breakfast-style crepes, flaky French pastries, and let’s not forget about the luscious, creamy gelato.
The Bellagio Patisseries is located close to the spa area of the Bellagio. After being treated to pure luxury, stop by and pamper yourself a little more with an espresso, pastry, and maybe even a little box of treats to take with you back to your suite.
The Juice Press is another quick bite that’s located near the spa and fitness center in the Bellagio. They feature fresh, organic, and completely unprocessed drink and food options. The Juice Press is a great spot if you’re just coming from visiting the Fitness Center or need to refuel with something healthy after a long night of everything in Vegas.
There’s gelato, and then there’s gelato…done in the fashion of Cafe Gelato in the Bellagio. A rainbow of colors and flavors greet gelato lovers from around the world, where everyone seems to have a favorite. If you have a sweet tooth and want something cool and creamy, Cafe Gelato is your destination (don’t worry, there are other menu options for non-gelato lovers).
Palio is a quaint, picturesque cafe in the Bellagio. Perfect for lingering over an espresso, latte, and a picture-perfect pastry. Spending some time in this quiet little spot is the perfect way to start the day or recharge mid-shopping spree.
The Pool Cafe
A day spent poolside at the Bellagio is a great way to relax and enjoy the Vegas sun. Whether you’re there for the entire day or just to lounge for a bit before heading off on your next big Las Vegas adventure, the Pool Cafe is the perfect plate for a light, fresh meal and maybe a cocktail or two.
The crystal waters of the Bellagio pools and surrounding citrus gardens are the perfect backdrops for enjoying handcrafted cocktails and (mostly) healthy, fresh dishes. The Pool Cafe features mostly breakfast and lunch options, including a selection of entrees featuring organic eggs. There’s something for everyone at the Pool Cafe.
No one would say that Las Vegas lacks in the bar scene, but if you’re staying at the Bellagio or spending some time at the casino, there’s no reason to leave if you’re looking for a place to enjoy a great cocktail in an incredible atmosphere.
Lily Bar & Lounge
Located in the heart of the action, right in the center of the Bellagio casino, is Lily Bar & Lounge. The nearly 3.400 square foot lounge is amply spacious for the crowds that fill the space but is also remarkably intimate, with elegantly modern elements of design. To say that Lily Bar & Lounge has mastered the fusion of past and present would be an understatement.
Lily Bar & Lounge hosts many events, from sporting events and holiday celebrations to welcoming the hottest DJs through their doors. You’ll want to sink into the leather couches as you sip on a signature cocktail, like the Pillow Talk, Letter from Paris, or one of their artfully crafted seasons cocktails.
Lily Bar & Lounge is open from 6 pm-2 am on Fridays, 12 pm-2 am on Saturdays, and 9 am-10 pm on Sundays. The dress code is casual.
The recently remodeled Baccarat Bar is located in the Bellagio Casino and is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Baccarat Bar is sophisticated with a touch of the exotic. With views of the casino floor and the Chihuly sculpture in the lobby, guests of the Baccarat are not left wanting scenery.
The Baccarat Bar is the premier spot in the Bellagio for people watching while enjoying a cocktail. It’s a spot where you’ll feel like a high-roller, even if you’re only there to play the slots. A cocktail or two at the Baccarat is a must for a complete Las Vegas casino experience.
Sports Book & Bar
The Sports Book & Bar is in the heart of every sports gaming enthusiast in Vegas. More than 5,600 square feet span out, where you’ll find nearly 100 individual racing monitors and plenty of large screens to catch racing and sporting events.
Lush leather seats welcome you as you enjoy a cocktail and the adrenaline rush that comes with waiting for the results of your race or big game. A traditional drink menu and a selection of microbrews are available. If you need a little something to sustain yourself, Snacks is located right next door to the Sports Book & Bar.
The dress code is casual at the Sports Book & Bar, and the lounge is open most days from 6 pm-2 am.
The Petrossian Bar is an upscale, elegant lounge that’s located in the lobby of the Bellagio, right across from the front desk. Everything about the Petrossian exudes class and elegance. From the velvet-covered seats to the Steinway grand piano being mastered by a talented pianist, the Petrossian Bar is a one-of-a-kind experience.
Choose a seat that overlooks the casino, or use your time in the Petrossian Bar as an escape from the business of the Bellagio. Listen to the scheduled pianist, sip an infused cocktail, indulge in caviar, or join the Petrossian for their afternoon tea service.
The dress code at the Petrossian is casual, and they are open most days from 10 am-12 pm.
Things to Do at the Bellagio
Looking for something to do while staying at the Bellagio? Don’t worry, there are entertainment options for everyone. Here are a few favorites.
The Bellagio’s casino has a reputation of being one of the most elegant and lucky on the strip. It attracts both high-rollers and novice casino-goers who are excited to try their hand with lady luck. At over 150,000 square feet, the Bellagio casino is also one of the largest on the Strip.
The Bellagio casino has more than 2,000 slots and 200 game tables, including high-stakes gaming. The Bellagio is famous for being home to one of the most exclusive, high-stakes poker rooms. Formerly known as Bobby’s Room, named after the poker icon Bobby Baldwin, the room is now called the Legends Room.
Fountains of Bellagio
Las Vegas is filled with ionic stops that make their way onto the must-see list of every person that visits the Strip. Among them, the Fountains of Bellagio are arguably one of the most popular and recognizable.
The Fountains of Bellagio sit in the middle of a lake that spans nearly 9 acres. Over a thousand sprayers are involved in the synchronized sprays that shoot 460 feet into the air. The Fountains of Bellagio are so massive that it takes 22 million gallons of water to keep them running.
The Fountains of Bellagio provide the famous waterworks show daily, every 30 minutes from 3 pm-7 pm on Monday thru Friday, increasing to every 15 minutes from 7 pm until midnight. The show starts at noon on the weekends, continuing every 30 minutes until 7 pm, and then every 15 minutes thereafter until midnight.
The Bellagio Conservatory and Garden
If you’ve been to Bellagio Conservatory and Garden in the past, thinking you’ve already seen their magnificence, you might want to think again. The Bellagio Conservatory and Garden changes their theme five times a year – once each season and for the special occasion of the Lunar New Year.
As you walk into the entrance of the Bellagio Conservatory and Gardens, you’re greeted by a ceiling that rises 50ft into the air, accommodating many of the large, magnificent displays. The grounds are kept by a 120 member horticulture staff that meticulously attends to the flowers, trees, and landscaping.
The Bellagio Garden and Conservatory are located right next to the hotel lobby. When facing the front desk, you’ll find the entrance to the Bellagio Garden and Conservatory to your right. Check the calendar for seasonal exhibition start dates. Dates are subject to change.
“O” by Cirque du Soleil
The Bellagio is home to “O” by Cirque du Soleil, an artistic, theatrical attraction that is performed in and around a pool that is 25 ft deep and holds an astounding 1.5 million gallons of water. The inspiration of “O” is to celebrate the beauty and elegance of water and to also explore the concept of infinity.
Performers who include synchronized swimmers, professional acrobats, divers, and Olympic-level athletes, come together to bring “O” to life. Art, beauty, creativity, surrealism, and sensuality collide in what is one of the most revered shows in Las Vegas.
To enhance your experience, choose the La Grande Experience, which is a VIP package that includes a pre-show reception, a guided video tour, champaign, meet & greets with “O” performers, and more.
The Vegas sun, the opulence of the Bellagio, being surrounded by beautiful architecture and blue water while enjoying a life of luxury. This, and more, is what you’ll experience poolside at the Bellagio.
The Bellagio pool is set in a romantic atmosphere with a Mediterranean vibe. The Bellagio has five pools, each heated to a very comfortable 80 degrees. There are also four whirlpools and 2 bars on the pool grounds.
The pools are open from 10 am-4 pm daily. For the ultimate poolside experience, reserve a private cabana, Cypress seating, daybed seating on the main deck, or request a poolside massage treatment. The pools are open to Bellagio guests only and are free of charge.
Thinking of indulging in a little retail therapy? The Bellagio features high-end shops and boutiques to satisfy those spending urges.
Most of the shops are congregated together in a couple of different areas of the Bellagio, such as those located in the Promenade Shops area (SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker, Capri, Tutto, Volare, and Optica) and those located at Via Bellagio (Chanel, Prada, Gucci, Dior, Louis Vuitton Women’s, Fendi, Van Cleef & Arpels, and more). Others, like Hermes, Valentino, and Tesorini, are stand-alone stores more centrally located near the main entrance.
Hours of operation for the shops at the Bellagio varies by location.
Your stay at the Bellagio is the perfect excuse to pamper yourself and indulge in something a little extra special. The Spa at the Bellagio offers premier spa services that will leave you feeling relaxed, refreshed, and rejuvenated.
The Spa at the Bellagio goes beyond the normal spa experience. Here, it’s just as much about creating harmony and balance by inviting in tradition, ceremony, and honoring nature.
Available spa services include facials, massages (including a special package for expectant mothers), and salon services. The Spa facilities also include a sauna, steam room, whirlpool, cold plunge pool, and a selection of coffee, tea, and other refreshments for you to enjoy.
The Spa is open daily from 9 am-6 pm.
Shadow Creek Golf Course
Guests who stay at the Bellagio or other MGM International Resorts are treated like true VIPs at the Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas. Shadow Creek Golf Course is a natural wonder, intricately carved from the Nevada desert and transformed into a visually stunning and challenging course for golfers.
As a guest at the Bellagio, you will be transported to the Shadow Creek Golf Course by a private limo to your golfing appointment, with a personal caddy to accompany you. With rolling hills, lush greenery, and the mountains in the background, Shadow Creek Golf Course will leave wonderful memories of an incredible 18 holes for years to come.
Shadow Creek Golf Course is also open to the general public Monday thru Thursday, for a fee of $500 per golfer. Guests of the Bellagio can reserve a tee time, but there is a limit to two golfers per room. If there are four golfers in your group, the general rule is that they need to be guests in two separate rooms.
Weddings at the Bellagio
The Bellagio is synonymous with romance, which is why countless couples each year choose the Bellagio as their wedding venue. The Bellagio’s attentive staff takes care of all the details of your big day so that you can focus on the real meaning of your special day.
The Bellagio features four separate venues that are perfect for your proposal, wedding day, or vow renewal. The intimate space of the East Chapel accommodates up to 30 guests for your nuptials, while the South Chapel is spacious enough for 100 guests.
The Terrazza di Sogno has been noted as being one of the most beautiful places to tie the knot in Vegas. With magnificent views and the romance of the Bellagio fountains in the background, this is the perfect spot for your intimate ceremony. The Terrazza di Sogno can accommodate up to 40 guests.
The Fountain Courtyard at the Bellagio is another picturesque location for your Vegas wedding. With the iconic fountain backdrop, this is one of the most sought-after locations for wedding photography in Vegas. The Fountain Courtyard is a bit larger than the Terrazza di Sogno and can accommodate up to 100 guests.
The Bellagio can also help you plan your wedding by offering specialized wedding services, including salon services, group dining for your reception, hotel accommodations for your honeymoon and your guests, and help connect you with local photographers.
The Bellagio currently offers free self-parking. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, valet parking is currently unavailable, with no estimates at this time of when the service will resume.
Normally, there is a fee for both valet and self-parking at the Bellagio. As part of their welcome back initiative, the Bellagio has extended no-charge self-parking in their four-story parking garage. The parking garage is located south of the Bellagio, facing towards the Cosmopolitan. Elevators in the garage take you straight to the main floor.
How much is it to stay at the Bellagio hotel?
The cost of staying at the Bellagio hotel depends on the type of room or suite you choose and the dates you make a reservation. It’s fairly easy to find a good deal at nearly every major hotel in Vegas. At the Bellagio, rooms start in the range of $149 per night.
Suites cost more, some costing $2,000-$4,000 per night. The Villas at the Bellagio are the most expensive rooms, costing more than even the luxury suites.
What hotels are by the Bellagio?
The Bellagio is located in the epicenter of the Las Vegas casino and resort scene. Near the Bellagio, you’ll also find the Cosmopolitan, Paris Las Vegas, MGM Park Las Vegas, Caesars Palace, and Bally’s Las Vegas.
Is the Bellagio a 5 Star hotel?
Yes, the Bellagio is considered a 5 Star hotel, and according to Trip Advisor, it is one of the top 5 Star hotels in Vegas.
Who owns the Bellagio Hotel and Casino?
The Bellagio is owned by the Blackstone Group and is operated by MGM Resorts International.
How much must I gamble to have VIP status at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino?
The easiest way to earn VIP status at the Bellagio is to join their M life Rewards program. This program is a tiered rewards program that increases your status as you accumulate tier credits through casino spending. Each new status level comes with additional perks. The highest non-invitation level is the Platinum tier for guests who reach 200,000 tier credits.
When was the Bellagio Hotel & Casino built?
Construction on the Bellagio began in 1996, with the completed hotel and casino opening to the public on October 15, 1998.
The Bellagio Hotel offers its guests an unsurpassed experience in Las Vegas. From the opulent quality of the rooms to the 5-Star restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and let’s not forget – the casino, the Bellagio, offers everything you want and expect from your rooms’ opulent qualitynext Vegas experience.