Bellagio is one of the luxury hotel and casino giants that so characterize Las Vegas. This opulent luxury resort enjoys a prime location on the Las Vegas Strip and is inspired by the Lake Como town of Bellagio in Italy. It has a massive 8 acre or 3.2 ha lake between the Strip and the building. Here crowds gather to watch the iconic and large dancing water fountain synchronized to music.

The casino is based on the stunning Bellagio in northern Italy near the Swiss border nestled on Lake Como. It gazes across the lake into the Alps. It is arguably one of the most stunning towns in Italy and everyone should visit if visiting Italy. See here for a guide on where to go in Italy for the first time.


About The Famed Bellagio

Bellagio is famed for its elegance and decadence.

  • Number Of Rooms: 3,015 Rooms
  • The Spa Tower: Has 935 Rooms

Perhaps the casino is best known for its Fountain of Bellagio. This massive choreographed water feature attracts crowds of onlookers every evening. The show happens every 30 minutes in the afternoon and early evenings. From 8.00 pm the shows run every 15 minutes until midnight.

Some of the songs they are choreographed to include the Star-Spangled Banner by Whitney Houston, Time to Say Goodbye by Andrea Bocelli, Viva Las Vegas by Elvis Presley, My Heart Will Go On by Celine Dion, and more.

Dining At Bellagio

There are plenty of dining options in the casino. Some of them include:

  • Harvest: Has Sustainable and Season Dining With Locally Grown Ingredients
  • Michael Mina: Seafood With a Crafted Menu Focusing On Refined Coastal Cuisine\
  • LAGO: Italian Food With Small Plates From Their Michelin-decorated Chef
  • Sadelle's Cafe: Great Option For American Style Brunch
  • PRIME Steakhouse: Indulge In A Prime Steak and Seafood With Fantastic Wines
  • Bellagio Patisserie: French Dining With Collections of Chocolates, Cookies, Cakes, And More
  • Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge: Japanese Dining With Traditional and Modern Japanese Cuisine

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Bellagio offers a broad range of accommodation options all with a perfect blend of beauty and elegance. There are rooms with stunning views of the Las Vegas valley as well as the hotel's iconic Bellagio fountains. These fountains can be right outside of one's suite. There are options that most will find affordable for a short stay. For those looking to stay at one of the top Vegas casinos cheaply, there may be cheaper deals at Ceasars Palace where double rooms can be booked for as low as $89.00 (excluding fees and taxes). See here for some surprising facts about Ceasars Palace.

Here is a selection of some of their rooms and options - prices may vary by season etc.

Resort King

  • Size: 510 Square Feet
  • Bed: 1 King Bed
  • Price: Average $189.00
  • Guests: Max Guests 3

Resort Two Queen Room

  • Size: 510 Square Feet
  • Bed: 2 Queen Beds
  • Price: Average $189.00
  • Guests: Max 4 Guests

Stay Well Resort King Room

  • Size: 510 Square Feet
  • Bed: One King Bed
  • Price: Average $219.00
  • Guests: Max 3 Guests

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Salone Suite

  • Size: 853 Square Feet
  • Bed: 1 King Bed
  • Price: From $539.00
  • Guests: Max Guests 3

Bellagio Suite

  • Size: 1020 Square Feet
  • Bed: 1 King Bed
  • Price: From $565.00
  • Guests: Max 4 Guests

Cypress Suite

  • Size: 1525 Square Feet
  • Bed: 1 King Bed
  • Price: Average $695.00
  • Guests: Max 4 Guests

Executive Parlor Suite

  • Size: 2500 Square Feet
  • Bed: 1 King Bed
  • Price: Average $1,139.00
  • Guests: Max 4 Guests

This is just a small range of the many rooms and suites they have on offer. For all prices at $45.00 daily resort fee and tax. To see a full range of options and prices see here.


Pools At Bellagio

Bellagio has several stunning pools infused with the romantic lure of a Mediterranean al fresco poolside experience. There are five distinctive pool courtyard settings to choose from. At these pools, one can enjoy an exquisite garden vista cafe, private cabanas, spas, or just relax with a rejuvenating poolside massage. Enjoy an oasis right on the Strip.

  • Bellagio Pool Hours: Monday To Sunday 9.00 am to 6.00 pm
  • Cabanas Hours: Monday to Sunday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
  • Cypress Hours: 9.00 am to 6.00 pm

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Conservatory And Botanical Gardens

Bellagio is famous for its botanical gardens. The conservatory has five seasonal themes - Chinese New Year, spring, summer, fall, and winter. During the Chinese New Year, the display features Orchids and bromeliad flowers, and the animal is the Chinese zodiac animal of that year. On Memorial Day weekend the theme is all American and features the Liberty Bell and American flags throughout the Conservatory.

Even if one is not staying at Bellagio, be sure to visit as the Conservatory is open to the public.

All of this is to say nothing about their luxury shopping with some of the world's best-known luxury brands, their shows, their nightlife, or their many other services. Everything one needs will be right here in the casino and one will struggle to find a reason to actually go out on the Strip!

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