Location: The American Southwest | USA

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

The Bellagio is an absolute institution on the Las Vegas 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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Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

The sparkling Bellagio resides at the centre of it all on the famous Strip in Las Vegas, reached in just minutes from the airport.

Prepare to be wowed, even by Vegas standards: the hotel lobby is unlike any other in the city. Complete with a multicoloured chandelier made of over 2,000 individual pieces (each valued at $5,000 each), it also includes a blown-glass flower sculpture on the ceiling (said to be the largest of its kind in the world), natural lighting and plenty of places to sit and relax.

Rooms at Bellagio

An elegant homage to its namesake on Italy’s Lake Como, this luxurious hotel has over 3,000 Italian-inspired rooms and suites towering above an eight-acre lake and faux Italian village, with impressive details and touches that evoke a sense of style rarely found elsewhere in town.

These lavish rooms are bedecked with marble floors, luxurious fabrics and Italian-style art and furniture, while the Italian marble bathrooms have steam showers, deep soaking tubs and plush robes fit for any Italian count or contessa.

Food & Drink

The Bellagio has an impressive collection of restaurants to cater to every taste, with everything from American staples to exquisite Japanese cuisine on offer.

One of our favourites is Picasso, where you can watch the famous fountain shows on the terrace whilst enjoying an al fresco French-inspired feast, while inside, the restaurant's walls are adorned with masterpieces by the artist. For another fine dining experience, including to-die-for fresh seafood, Michael Mina’s award-winning restaurant is a compulsory stop.


There are several pools here, some with fountains, surrounded by Roman-style gardens with ivy-covered archways, tall pines and bonsai, with Italian opera piped in via the sound system. All this, alongside the courtyards, cabanas, stylish dining, bars and poolside massages, makes it one of the best pool scenes in the city.

The decadent spa offers traditional treatments, hydrotherapy, and hot stone and deep tissue massages, guaranteed to leave you feeling supremely relaxed and revived, and the hotel’s fitness centre has state-of-the-art facilities, as well as various exercise classes if you’re feeling virtuous.

Activities at Bellagio

Make sure you take in the world-famous show of the Bellagio's ‘dancing’ fountains - each performance is 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 the conservatory and botanical gardens, which look especially impressive over the festive season.

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Hotel location

The Bellagio is just a 5-10-minute drive from Las Vegas airport.

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