Bellagio Las Vegas

The Bellagio Las Vegas offers 3,933 rooms and suites, 100,000-square-feet of gaming, five pools and more than a dozen restaurants.

The Bellagio Las Vegas offers 3,933 rooms and suites, 100,000-square-feet of gaming, five pools and more than a dozen restaurants.

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The Bellagio debuted a $165 million renovation in March 2015.

The Bellagio debuted a $165 million renovation in March 2015.

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Pull into the porte cochere off Las Vegas Blvd., Three miles from the airport.

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Self parking and valet are available at additional charge.

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Bellagio guests are greeted by 2,000 handmade glass flowers by artist Dale Chihuly.

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The display covers the lobby ceiling and weighs about 40,000 pounds.

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Check in to one of 3,933 rooms and suites at the registration desk just beyond the display.

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The bedroom of a Bellagio Suite features a king bed, bench and regal headboard.

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A chaise lounge sofa in a Bellagio Suite offers views outside and easy reach to the bedside table and lamp.

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An iHome docking station comes by the bed in a Bellagio Suite.

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The bedroom of a Bellagio Suite offers a 55-inch flatscreen HDTV and chair.

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A bathroom in a Bellagio Suite features a wide, marble countertop vanity.

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Lanovera facial soap is provided in a bathroom in a Bellagio Suite.

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One of two bathrooms in a Bellagio Suite offers a whirlpool tub.

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Bath Salts and Lanovera body wash are also provided.

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A walk-in shower is in the second bathroom of a Bellagio Suite.

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Toiletries, including shaving cream and a razor, are on-hand in the bathroom.

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A Bellagio Suite offers seating for five, a flatscreen TV and window views in the living area.

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The open space includes a work space, storage and art.

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The desk offers seating for two, a lamp and connectivity.

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An ice bucket, bottle opener and glasses are on-hand in a Bellagio Suite.

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Custom sweet and savory snacks and water bottles are available in a Bellagio Suite.

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The guest bathroom in a Bellagio Suite offers a single vanity with a marble countertop.

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A Bellagio Suite closet includes a safe, bathrobe and hair dryer.

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A lint brush and sewing kit are available in a Bellagio Suite.

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A standard room with two queen beds offers floor-to-ceiling windows, bold colors and marble countertops.

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A standard room includes a table with two chairs opposite the beds.

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The bathroom in a standard room features a double vanity with marble countertops and lighted mirrors.

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The bathroom in a standard room includes a walk-in, marble-tiled shower.

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Lanover and Gillette toiletries are available in the bathrooms in standard rooms.

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A well-stocked mini-fridge is available in a standard room.

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After checking into your room, head back down toward the lobby to walk through the conservatory.

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The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden features a new display each season. This summer’s was ocean themed.

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The making and installation of the 15,000-gallon aquarium in the summer display was featured on Animal Planet’s ‘Tanked’ television show.

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Guests can actually walk through the aquarium.

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Seahorses, starfish, jellyfish and whales are made from plants.

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The summer display boasts 80,000 blooming plants and 600 shrubs.

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Fish swim suspended from the ceiling in the ocean-themed iteration.

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The conservatory is free to walk through for all visitors.

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A courtyard behind the registration desk is seasonally decorated to match the display at the Conservatory & Botanical Garden.

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Debbie Brooks of the UK looks over the world’s largest chocolate fountain in Jean Philippe Patisserie.

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Jean Philippe Patisserie offers an array of chocolate products from the world famous pastry chef just beyond the conservatory.

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Harvest by Roy Ellamar opened in December 2015 offering seasonal, farm-to-table fare.

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The dining area feels open with glass dividers and is surrounded by natural design elements.

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A Chef’s Table is set for a tasting at Harvest.

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The bar at Harvest offers two happy hours, called Harvest Hours, a night with drink specials and light fare from the roaming snack wagon.

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Lago by Julian Serrano opened in April 2015 and serves Italian.

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The dining room overlooks the Fountains of Bellagio.

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Lago by Julian Serrano features an open kitchen with a beautifully tiled oven.

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One dining area in Lago by Julian Serrano offers a view of the 750 bottles of wine available.

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Lago’s design creates a bright, airy, coastal feel for sharing Italian small plates.

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Chef Julian Serrano’s French restaurant with Spanish influences, Picasso, has been awarded the AAA Five Diamond Award, two Michelin stars and four Forbes stars.

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Make a reservation at Prime Steakhouse for fine dining from iconic chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten and executive chef Robert Moore.

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Misters keep guests cool in the hot summer months on the Prime patio.

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Prime offers patio dining with front row seats to the Fountains of Bellagio.

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The Bellagio’s Mediterranean-themed pool deck is breathtaking.

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The Bellagio hosts five outdoor pools.

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Guests can reserve daybeds or cabanas on the main pool deck where a pool bar and cafe, and poolside massages are all available.

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Plush lounge chairs also offer relaxation around the pool.

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The Cypress pool, open to guests 18-years-old and up, offers two daybeds, lounge chairs and a fountain.

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The Bellagio hosts 51 cabanas throughout the pool area.

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A pool cabana boasts a chaise lounge and lounge chair, TV, reading, a dining table for four and more.

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The pool area also offers four whirlpool spas.

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A whirlpool spa features greenery, a fountain statue and vases.

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A garden in the pool area shows the lush landscaping.

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The pool courtyards are serene and secluded.

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The lobby of Salon Bellagio displays beauty products and apparel for purchase.

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Salon Bellagio offers hair and makeup services in a regal setting.

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Salon Bellagio also offers nail services, waxing, microdermabrasion and more.

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A manicure area in the salon offers comfortable seating, mirrors and marble countertops.

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Barber Johnnie Williams poses in a private barber room with a customized antique barber chair.

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A variety of accessories are for sale at Salon Bellagio.

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The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art features intimate exhibitions that change every every few months.

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The Via Bellagio shopping area features 11 high-end retailers, such as Chanel.

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A patio offers shaded outdoor seating.

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A patio offers relaxation and a photo opp.

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Guest wait for a fountain show with views of more Vegas attractions from the Strip.

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Guests watch the famous Fountains of Bellagio, which put on a show every half hour.

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