The Bellagio Hotel, named for a small village in Italy's lake district, is one of Las Vegas' finest and most luxurious hotels. Built in 1998, the Bellagio is known for its elegant decor and fixtures, its fine dining, and its large lake in front of the hotel with its choreographed fountains.
The Bellagio has nearly 4000 guest rooms, suites, and villas. All rooms at this AAA five-diamond resort include a lavishly-stocked mini-bar, an iron and ironing board, a two-line telephone with a computer dataport and high-speed Internet access, plush robes, and a marble soaking tub as well as a shower.
Suites at the hotel also feature a wet bar with a refrigerator and an ice maker, a separate dining room and living room, his and hers bathrooms - one with a Jacuzzi tub, and an in-room fax machine.
In addition, the hotel offers babysitting, laundry and dry cleaning services, a variety of business services, and concierge service.
Facilities at the Bellagio Hotel
Facilities at the Bellagio include a spectacular Mediterranean-themed, heated pool with private cabannas and hand-carved Italianate stone fountains; the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden, an amazing array of desert flora and fauna; and the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, which features changing exhibits, such as the recent Ansel Adams retrospective.
The hotel also has a popular shopping arcade, a fitness room and sauna, a full spa, extensive meeting space, a wedding chapel, and the "O" theater, home to the amazing "Cirque de Soleil" presentation.
The casino at the Bellagio Hotel includes an array of slot machines as well as table games, including blackjack, roulette, craps, Caribbean Stud, Let it Ride, Stud Poker, Pai Gow Tiles, Pai Gow Poker, Big Six, Three-Card Poker, and baccarat.
The hotel's race and sports book includes state-of-the-art big-screen TVs, where you can watch all of the action. The Poker Room is the most sought-after in Vegas and features daily no limit Texas hold 'em tournaments as well as other games.
Via Bellagio at the Bellagio Las Vegas is one of the most elite shopping streets in the city. Here, high-end retailers, such as Hermes, Tiffany and Co., Chanel, Dior, Yves St. Laurent, and Giorgio Armani compete for shoppers' attention.
Near the reception area, the Via Fiore houses a collection of housewares, mid-priced clothing stores, a newstand, and a Bellagio logo shop.
Dining at the Bellagio Hotel
Dining at the Bellagio is as varied as its clientele. Among the hotel's dining options are:
- Le Cirque - Sister to the famed New York City epicurion palace, Le Cirque, which sits beside the Bellagio's lake and dancing fountains, offers elegant French cuisine with a rustic touch. Le Cirque is a AAA five-diamond restaurant.
- Circo - Younger and more casual than Le Cirque, Circo features rustic Tuscan cuisine and irresistible desserts from an open kitchen within sight of the dancing Bellagio fountains.
- Prime Steakhouse - Called by Las Vegas Magazine the "Most Romantic Steakhouse on Earth", Prime Steakhouse at Bellagio evokes 1930s style with leather banquettes and Baccarat chandeliers. The food is expertly done, classic meat and potatoes, accompanied by one of the city's best wine lists.
- Picasso - Arguably, Las Vegas' finest restaurant, Picasso, at the top of Bellagio, serves French-Mediterranean cuisine in a warm and inviting dining rooms, lined with the hotel's priceless collection of original Picasso canvases and ceramics. Picasso also holds the AAA five-diamond designation.
- Michael Mina - Sister to the elegant restaurant of the same name in San Francisco's St. Francis Hotel, combines Californian and Mediterranean cuisine in a relaxed, yet elegant atmosphere.
The Bellagio Las Vegas
3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
702 693-7111 - reservations