Take one step onto the fountain-fronted property at Bellagio Las Vegas, and you will instantly find yourself transported to an elegant European resort, replete with lavish rooms, award-winning restaurants and a luxurious spa, all the while surrounded by works from the world’s most renowned artists.
From the natural light bathing the lobby through glass ceilings to the fresh flowers and trees of the Bellagio Conservatory and Gardens, whose displays change five times a year, everything about Bellagio tells you that you’re not in Las Vegas anymore.
Dining devotees will not only be pleased with Bellagio’s first-rate dining options — they will be absolutely dazzled. From the AAA Five-Diamond Award-winning fare of both Le Cirque and Picasso (Bellagio is the only North American resort to house two Five Diamond award-winning restaurants under one roof), the only dining problem you’ll find at Bellagio is how to choose amongst the amazing selection. Celebrated chef Julian Serrano’s restaurant Lago has a dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Fountains of Bellagio and features creative small plates and a sophisticated mixology program. Casual eats are also available at Café Bellagio, Noodles and The Buffet. And guests can enjoy sweet treats at Café Gelato and the Palio Café.
Just as exclusive as the eateries is Bellagio’s shopping at Via Bellagio. The impressive list of fashion world luminaries includes Chanel, Dior, Giorgio Armani, Louis Vuitton and Prada. Fine retailers like Bellissimo and Platino are now open along the resort’s pool promenade as well.
The 65,000-square-foot Spa Bellagio provides dozens of ways to further immerse yourself into the luxury this resort offers. And the ultimate diversion is the elemental spectacle of Cirque du Soleil’s “O,” though other, more grounded entertainment at the hotel’s numerous lounges can also be enjoyed at your leisure. Some even offer incredible views of the spectacular Fountains of Bellagio show, a magnificent ballet of dancing waters choreographed to music and lights, in the manmade lake.
All of this excess is balanced by the more delicate delights at Bellagio: the succulent pastries of Jean Philippe Pâtisserie, the expansive balconies overlooking the resort’s meticulously-landscaped pools and the rare and treasured art featured in the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art.
Plus, nightlife is a notch above the rest with the elevated service and unique surroundings at The Bank and Hyde Bellagio, an indoor/outdoor venue that overlooks the Fountains of Bellagio. Lily Bar & Lounge is a sleek retreat that boasts lavish décor and signature cocktails as part of a more intimate nighttime experience. Some other great bars to check out include the Petrossian Bar near the lobby and the Sports Bar Lounge by the sprawling race and sports book.
The accommodations at Bellagio have also been completely updated. Three unique designs transport guests to a warm and elegant world replete with modern conveniences. Among the amenities are a custom pillow-top mattress, original artwork by Damon Clarke, a 40-inch Samsung HD television, a media hub, a laptop-sized nightstand safe and a bedside iHome docking station. Keep in mind all rooms, with the exception of the 19th floor, are non-smoking; guests who smoke in rooms will be charged a $300 cleaning fee at checkout.
Don’t take our word for it, however. Discover for yourself the rare experience Bellagio has to offer, and find your own extraordinary piece of Europe in the center of the Las Vegas Strip.
Self-parking fees are: Free for less than one hour; $7 for 1 to 2 hours, $12 for 2 to 4 hours, $15 for 4 to 24 hours. Valet fees: $20 for 0 to 4 hours; $25 for 4 to 24 hours. Parking fees repeat for each 24-hour period. The parking fee for registered hotel guests includes in-out privileges within the same parking type (self or valet) across all MGM Resorts hotels (subject to availability).