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When people think of extravagant luxury resorts in Las Vegas, Bellagio is most likely the first hotel to come to mind. Home to the monumental Bellagio Fountains, this resort exudes luxury from top to bottom. Under one roof you will find some of the best restaurants in the city, as well as Cirque du Soleil’s most popular show.


Resort King Room at Bellagio

Bellagio’s standard Resort King room is 510 square feet in size, with an elegant yet comfortable design. This room gives you a mountain view, which means you will get to witness a desert sunrise or sunset (some of the most beautiful on planet earth). The Fountain View King overlooks the landmark Bellagio Fountains, giving you a true Las Vegas experience.

Bellagio has Stay Well rooms, as a few of the MGM properties do, which are holistically designed with health and well-being in mind. With amenities like dawn-simulating lighting and vitamin C-infused shower heads, these rooms are ideal for jetlagged travellers.

Salone Suite at Bellagio

The Salone Suite is Bellagio’s junior suite, at 853 square feet in size. We really love the Penthouse Suite, located on the uppermost floors of the hotel. This suite offers a marble foyer, living room, dining area, and a whirlpool tub.


Lago at Bellagio

There are so many incredible restaurants at Bellagio, from casual dining spots to some of the finest restaurants in the country. Lago, Chef Julian Serrano’s fine dining Italian restaurant, serves innovative small plates designed for sharing. The restaurant’s beautifully decorated patio overlooks the Bellagio Fountains for probably the most romantic view in Las Vegas.

Prime Steakhouse at Bellagio

Prime Steakhouse by Jean Georges Vongerichten also has a garden patio overlooking this stunning view, and here you can enjoy some of the finest steak, seafood and lamb dishes with excellent sauces and sides.

Picasso at Bellagio

Picasso is a French fine dining restaurant that has received both AAA and Forbes Travel Guide 5-Star ratings. Only here can you dine on some of the finest French and Spanish cuisine while surrounded by masterpieces by Picasso.

Le Cirque at Bellagio

Le Cirque is another exquisite French restaurant at Bellagio. Its opulent dining room is designed like a colorful circus tent, and here you’ll find dishes with flavor as bold as your surroundings.


O by Cirque du Soleil

Bellagio is home to Cirque du Soleil’s most popular show, “O”. This show transports you to a dream-like fantasy world, with mysterious and whimsical characters. Aerialists, acrobats and synchronized swimmers perform on a stage that is… yes, a swimming pool. Inside tip: be careful booking seats in the first 3 rows, because you might get splashed!


Pool at Bellagio

Bellagio has a stunningly beautiful, Mediterranean-inspired pool. For the ultimate in luxuriant relaxation, you can reserve a private cabana, or receive poolside massage treatments.

The Bellagio Spa

The Bellagio Spa offers treatments and rituals inspired by ancient cultures from around the world. If you really want to feel like royalty, ask for the Jewel of Bellagio treatment which is a 7 step treatment using the mineral-rich properties of diamonds, rubies and sapphires.


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