Location: The American Southwest | USA

Price guide: £££££ Less than £100 per person per night

Bellagio is an absolute institution on the strip, and one of the most iconic hotels in the world. Arrive in time to see its legendary fountain and light show; marvel at the extravagant seasonal tableaux, and experience everything that the city stands for at Vegas’ ultimate symbol of decadence.  
Perfect forRomantic weekenders and high rollers looking for the heart of the action.
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  • City Hotel
  • Honeymoon
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Spa & Wellness

Hotel Overview


At the centre of it all on Las Vegas’ Strip, ten minutes from the airport.

Rooms at Bellagio

An elegant homage to its namesake on Italy’s Lake Como, the hotel has 3,933 Italian-inspired rooms and suites which are bedecked with marble floors, luxurious fabrics, and Italian-style furniture. Bathrooms in the hotel’s Spa Tower have steam showers and luxuriant tubs fit for any Italian contessa.

Food and facilities

Bellagio has an impressive collection of restaurants to cater to every taste – one of our favourites is Olives, where you can watch the famous fountain shows whilst enjoying an al fresco Mediterranean-inspired feast, or for some fine dining and to-die-for steaks, Michael Mina’s Michelin-starred restaurant is a compulsory stop. There are five pools here, with surrounding courtyards, cabanas, stylish dining, bars and poolside massages, making it one of the best pool scenes in the city. Spa Bellagio offers traditional treatments, hydrotherapy, hot-stone and deep-tissue massages and the hotel’s fitness centre has the latest facilities, as well as various exercise classes if you’re feeling virtuous.

Activities at Bellagio

Top of the list of activities is taking in the world-famous show of its ‘dancing’ fountains, each performance unique in its lights, music and choreography. We also recommend catching a Cirque du Soleil show in the hotel’s spectacular theatre, and taking a wander around their conservatory and botanical gardens, where they have spectacular seasonal tableaux.

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