Bellagio Las Vegas

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bellagio las vegasFrom a distance, the Bellagio on the Las Vegas Strip rises like a palace of gold reflected in the blue waters of an eight-acre lake, which comes alive with multitudes of dancing fountains both day and night. The Bellagio fountains attract the attention of visitors from around the globe, but they stay for the luxury, comfort, gourmet food and to watch one of the 35 shows at the hotel. The three newest are Glen Miller’s “In the Mood”, Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean”, and The Beatles “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds”.

Journey down the shaded path to open the doors on an experience that offers the utmost in romance, luxury and service to guests. Elegantly appointed rooms, restaurants and luxury retail shops blend together with grand cultural displays and the minutest details designed to enhance the experience of everyone who walks through the Bellagio’s doors.

The Bellagio’s interior is a lush blend of foliage, flowers and elegant style, no better represented by the Fiori di Como, a multi-colored lighted flower sculpture designed by Dale Chihuly, suspended from the lobby’s ceiling. More than 120 plant experts care for the vast array of flora displayed near the front desk, in the many holiday displays and the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Mr. and Ms. Green Thumb are available for an hour each morning to educate visitors about the foliage and flowers there.

The Fiori di Como not only illuminates the lobby with a nod toward the gardens inside the Bellagio, but introduces guests to the plethora of art they will experience at every turn. The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art showcases various collections as artistically important as major museums. Sculptures from Richard MacDonald dance on the way to the entrance of Cirque Du Soleil’s “O” water acrobatics show.

bellagio living roomAfter visiting the Botanical Gardens and the Art Gallery, guests retire to rooms just as elegant and impressive as the other parts of the hotel. Fine art adorns the walls, modern furniture and accents speak of style and comfort. Italian marble tile and tub offer a place for guests to relax after a long day. Each room in the Resort Tower of the Bellagio has been remodelled and includes a 40 inch HD TV, internet and a charging station for mobile devices.

A few steps away from the pool promenade, guests can shop at the most exclusive brands found in the world: Gucci, Giorgio Armani, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Berguet and Tiffany & Co. Men will enjoy Platino’s clothing shop and Bellissimo for eyewear.

Relax at the Zen spa, which has two floors of soothing and pampering ready for you to indulge your senses. Exercise at The Bamboo Studio gym or take a class in a new technique. Splash and play or relax in the sun near the pool while you enjoy coffee and a book or a chilly drink from the nearby Café Gelato.

Visitors do not just flock to Las Vegas for a coffee at the poolside or a stroll through a lush indoor garden. Nightlife, stylish clubs, find dining and casinos are a must for any vacation. The Bellagio offers all of this with their signature elegance and style.

bellagio the bankThe Bank, Bellagio’s high class club features glittering crystal chandeliers, etched-glass railings around the dance floor and an entire wall of crystal bottles adding glitter and style. The Hyde Bellagio is a recent addition to the hotel’s entertainment venues. Enjoy drinks and socializing indoors or stroll out onto the terrace to gaze at the dancing fountains below.

An evening is filled with dancing to the hottest DJs around, black-tie servers, exquisite appetizers for a discerning palate and a mixology program that has won awards. A more intimate evening can be spent at Lily, a new establishment with warm Spanish stone and plush communal seating.

The Bellagio casino offers a wide variety of opportunities for guests to test their luck at gaming tables, slot machines and video power, a 40-table room just for poker and an invite-only baccarat room. Club Prive offers additional high limit gaming for an exclusive crowd. “Bobby’s Room” offers guests a peek inside at the one-table poker venue inspired by the 1978 World Series of Poker champion Bobby Baldwin, who is also the president and CEO of CityCenter.

Throughout the casino, coffered ceilings and elaborate draperies add to the atmosphere, while art such as “The Game” from artist LeRoy Neiman graces the walls. Sports fans can have a drink at the Starting Gate bar before watching any of the 13 massive screens in the modern race and sports book rooms.

bellagio le cirqueAfter winning at the tables or relaxing at the spa, round out the evening at one of the gourmet restaurants and cafes the Bellagio has to offer. Le Cirque has won the prestigious AAA Five-Diamond aware three times for its French menu. Sensi, with its unique combination of Italian and Asian cuisine features relaxing waterfalls throughout the carved stone interior. Picasso not only displays some of the artist’s work, but showcases Chef Jullian Serrano’s European style dishes. Round out your meal with a decadent dessert at Jean Philippe Patisserie, which boasts the world’s largest and tallest chocolate fountain.

Couples who come to Las Vegas to get married can find the utmost in romantic elegance at the Bellagio, which offers a wedding chapel and the open air beauty of the Terrazza di Sogno. This “Terrace of Dreams” has quaint Italian style and the famous fountains provide a backdrop for the special day.

Visitors from all around the globe come to the Bellagio when they want to experience all the modern comforts with the style and elegance it offers. Art around every corner, lush displays of flowers and plants, exquisite furnishings, upscale shops and gourmet dining. From the moment guests step under the arched roof near the front door, they are transported into a world of comfort and luxury.

Bellagio Las Vegas Details:

Address: 3600 Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegas, NV, 89109, United States of America.

Total number of rooms: 3933, including 512 suites.

Entertainment: Cirque du Soleil’s “O” show in a showroom with 1800 seats.

Food and Drinks: Bellagio offers a great variety of dining options: Le Cirque, Palio Pronto, Cafe Bellagio, Jean-Philippe Patisserie, Pool Cafe, Todd English’s Olives, Cafe Gelato, Petrossian Bar, Prime, Circo, Michael Mina, FIX, The Buffet, Jasmine, Noddles, Sensi, Yellowtail Sushi Restaurant, Picasso and Snacks.

Clubbing: The Bank, Hyde Bellagio, Petrossian Bar, Lily and Starting Gate.

Gambling: Casino area of 116,000 square feet. Numerous casino games, including Roulette, Blackjack, Poker, Craps, Keno, Megabucks and others. Poker room with 40 tables and the famous “Bobby’s Room”.

Sportsbook: 5,600 square foot area, including over 100 individual monitors for racing, 7 large screens and 38 medium screens for sports.

Resort Attractions: The Fountains of Bellagio, Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, The Conservatory, Richard McDonald Gallery and Jeff Mitchum Gallery.

Shopping: Via Bellagio, Via Fiore, Bellagio At Home, Chic Affairs, Hermes, Omega, the Pool Promenade and Cirque du Soleil store.

Health & Fitness: Bellagio Fitness Center.

Pool: 5 pools and 4 Jacuzzis open all-year round.

Spa: Spa Bellagio totaling 65,000 square foot with 56 treatment rooms offering multiple spa services.

Weddings: Wedding Chapel at Bellagio.

Business Center: A fully-equipped business center.

Conference Rooms: 14 meeting rooms up to 10,000 square feet, Bellagio Ballroom totaling 22,000 square foot and Grand Ballroom (45,000 square foot).

Car Park: 4-story garage parking

Wheelchair Access: Yes.

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