Discover the grandeur of this famed Strip hotel, offering extravagant rooms with marble baths and luxurious linens, and nine lavish villas complete with private pools and 24-hour butler service. Enjoy a flutter on the gaming floor, view the fountain show, relax with a massage by one of five pools or at the day spa, and marvel at the grace of the Cirque du Soleil ‘O’ performers. Meander through boutique shops or the art gallery before dining on unrivalled fare and handcrafted drinks at any of the world-class restaurants and bars.
Why we recommend the Bellagio
- World-famous landmark hotel
- Spectacular Bellagio fountain show
- Opulent rooms with marble bathrooms
- Five pools and lavish day spa
- Premier shopping, restaurants and gaming
Attractions near the Bellagio
See the Bellagio Fountains
Directly in front of the Bellagio you’ll find the world-famous Bellagio Fountains. Step out of your luxurious suite and experience a show that millions of people travel from around the world to see. Perhaps the most famous fountains in the world, they feature a range of awe-inspiring water shows, which have been set to music to give the impression of the water dancing. Different songs and dances are performed throughout the day and new choreography is added regularly to let return visitors see the fountains through new eyes.
This free event runs every half hour during the day and every 15-minutes at night, and is the perfect way to kick off a tour of the Las Vegas Strip.
Climb the Eiffel Tower
While most people who want to see the Eiffel Tower make a trip to Paris, visitors to Las Vegas have the benefit of getting up close to a half-scale replica located just across the street from the Bellagio. Rising to the top, 46-storeys above street level, you'll catch some of the best views of the famed Vegas Strip available anywhere in this bustling city.
Enjoy a meal on the 11th-floor at your choice of a casual French bistro, an authentic Italian restaurant and a Gordon Ramsay steakhouse. In the spirit of Vegas opulence, you might like to feast on one of the world’s most expensive meals – the extravagant Kobe beef and lobster burger, which has an extraordinary price tag of $777.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|ATM available||Balcony / terrace (some rooms)|
|Concierge||Gift shop or boutique|
|Beauty or hair salon||Bikes|
|Swimming pool||Recreation game room|
|Health club or gym||Day spa|
|Minibar (some rooms)||Air conditioning|
|Internet (wireless)||Internet (cable)|
|Cable TV||Iron and ironing board|
|In room safe||Room service|
|Telephone||Internet cable fee|
|Internet (common wireless)||Non-smoking|