Bellagio Hotel and Casino
Bellagio Hotel and Casino


Bellagio is a world class resort nestled on the shores of a 10 acre lake at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.

Opened in October 1998, A luxury hotel. Main tower: 36 floors, 3005 Rooms & Suites. Casino, 20 Restaurants, the Gallery of Fine Art, Pool, Spa, Gift shops, Barber/beauty salon, Indoor Gardens, Water Fountains, 10-acre Lake. Show: Cirque Du Soleil production show "O".


Location Map


Bellagio Hotel and Casino Location Map
Address:
3600 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109

Location: On the Strip next to Caesars Palace

Direction: From I-15: Exit Flamingo East. At Las Vegas Blvd., turn right (South) and Bellagio will br on the right. Follow the signs to get to Valet and Self Park.

Guest Rooms

Deluxe Rooms
Bellagio offers 510 square feet deluxe guest rooms. Each room is elegantly appointed with custom European-style furnishings and art, and is equipped with every modern-day convenience.

Guest Rooms include:
Remote-controlled cable television &stereo
Electronic in-room safe
Two-line telephone and computer/fax accessible data ports
Game table
Bedside two-line telephone and alarm clock
Ironing boards and irons

Guest Bathrooms include:
Robes
Third telephone
Italian marble floors and surfaces
Soaking tub and separate shower
Lighted make-up mirror
Wall mounted blow dryers



Partial Lakeview Room
Located on floors 15 - 26 in the Spa Tower and 510 square feet, these Deluxe Rooms offer a primary strip view with a secondary lakeview of our lakefront water show. The water show consists of dancing fountains choreographed to the music of Andrea Bocelli, Pavoratti, Frank Sinatra, and other popular recording artists. The sound track is available on television channel 31 and is broadcast concurrently with the water show.


Deluxe Lakeview Room
Located on floors 10-28 and 510 square feet, these Deluxe Rooms offer a premium view of our lakefront and water show. The water show consists of dancing fountains choreographed to the music of Andrea Bocelli, Pavoratti, Frank Sinatra and other popular recording artists. The sound track is available on television channel 31 and is broadcast concurrently with the water show.


Bellagio Suite
Located on floors 29-36 and 1020 square feet, Bellagio Suites have a powder room located off the marble foyer. These suites feature a living room with a couch, 2 lounging chairs, game table and 2 chairs, separate bedroom as well as His and Hers bathrooms. Her bathroom is equipped with a whirlpool tub with adjustable airflow jets, a vanity with illuminated make-up mirror and separate water closet. His bathroom offers a shower with bench and steam jets.

Casino

They call it the most opulent casino in Las Vegas. Bellagio offers all the popular games, including:

Table Games:
Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, Caribbean Stud, Let it Ride® Stud Poker, Pai Gow Tiles, Pai Gow Poker, Big Six, Three-Card Poker, and baccarat.

Slots

High and low limits poker.

Sportsbook and Racebook wagering.


Pool

Pool

5 beautiful pools. One heated pool open year round.


Fitness

The Fitness Center is where state-of-the-art facilities converge with personal service. You’ll find the latest equipment, along with experts who will assess your long-term goals to help you implement an exercise regime tailored to you. Plus there’s a wide spectrum of classes to get your heart pumping. From running and cycling to stretching and strength training to power yoga, pilates, boxing, kickboxing, and spin, you’re sure to find your favorite way to break a sweat.

Personal Training Sessions
The Bellagio Fitness Center features a host of fitness professionals who are available to answer your questions, or even help you develop an entirely new fitness plan. Your goals will be assessed as part of developing your personalized regime.

Fees

Fitness Center
Includes full use of the spa vanity wet areas $25

Private Wellness Sessions starting at $150

Private One-on-One Sessions $75

Group Exercise Classes $40


Entertainment

The Fountains
The Fountains of Bellagio, created by WET Design,® comprise the most ambitious water feature ever conceived in terms of choreography, complexity and scale. The Fountains of Bellagio express the romantic spirit of the Resort. More than a thousand fountains perform in front of the Hotel, creating a breathtaking union of water, music and light. The display spans more than 1,000 feet, with water soaring as high as 240 feet in the air. The fountains are choreographed to music ranging from classical and operatic pieces to songs from Broadway shows. Performances range from delicate and whimsical to grand and commanding, and each performance is uniquely expressive in its interpretation.




Botanical Garden
Bellagio's Botanical Garden is a place where guests and visitors can be treated to the soothing and exciting dance of color only nature can offer. The Garden will have different trees, different flowers and an entirely different theatrical presentation with each of the four seasons. Specialized light fixtures make it possible to light every flower. A staff of 115 people prepare and maintain the Botanical Garden.


Restaurants

LE CIRQUE:
Sirio Maccioni brings his acclaimed Le Cirque from the New York Palace Hotel to Bellagio. Designed by Adam Tihany, Le Cirque serves contemporary French cuisine in an elegant setting overlooking the lake.

CIRCO:
As the second generation of the Maccioni family, Sirio and Egidiana's sons, Mario, Marco and Mauro, bring their wildly popular New York restaurant, Osteria del Circo, into the Bellagio family fold. Circo is situated lakeside next to Le Cirque. The Adam Tihany-designed room features upscale and homestyle Tuscan cuisine inspired by the Maccioni matriarch, Egidiana. This vibrant restaurant offers commanding views of the lake.

SAM'S:
Sam's American is a uniquely free-formed restaurant designed by Chicago's Jordan Mozer, featuring Chef Sean O'Connell. This vibrant eating venue combines the traditional comfort of a grill with the best of America's own modern cuisine - from the Southwest to the Eastern seaboard. With its open kitchen facing the dining room, guests can observe a theater of cooking in all its splendor.

PRIME STEAKEHOUSE:
Jean-Georges Vongerichten brings steakhouse dining to new heights. Designed by Michael De Santis, this stylish room is located on the lakefront, sharing a garden patio with Picasso. Prime meats, seafood and chops are complemented by an extensive wine list. A handsome bar at the entrance serves the perfect martini and will bring you back to the speak-easy style of a 1930s chophouse.

PICASSO:
Adding to the beauty of this Mediterranean style restaurant is the Bellagio collection of original Picasso artwork. Pablo Picasso spent much of his life in the South of France and Spain, and the cuisine created by Chef Julian Serrano takes its inspirations from these regions. The wine cellar features a dazzling collection from Europe's finest vineyards.

THE BUFFET:
Set in the atmosphere of a European marketplace, The Buffet features Italian, Japanese, Chinese and American cuisine as well as an elaborate seafood selection. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.


Shopping

Winding alongside Lake Bellagio is an elite destination comprised of what is quite possibly the best shopping in the world. Shop the elegant Via Bellagio and discover an impressive collection of illustrious designer boutiques.

Shows

O - A Cirque Du Soleil Production
Beyond circus, beyond theatre, Cirque du Soleil creates an entirely original form of live entertainment. The creative team has unveiled their most daring project to date with the premiere of "O". Inspired by the concept of infinity, the circle of life and the elegance of its pure form, "O" phonetically speaking, is the French word for water (spelled "eau"). Written and directed by Franco Dragone, who has directed six of Cirque du Soleil's previous productions, "O" uses water -- 1.5 million gallons of it -- as its stage. Featuring 74 performers from around the world, will be performed in a revolutionary new theatre designed specifically for the production. reunites many of Cirque du Soleil's acclaimed creators from past productions, including Franco Dragone, as well as director of creation Gilles Ste-Croix, choreographer Debra Brown, composer Benoit Jutras, lighting designer Luc Lafortune, set designer Michel Cr괥, costume designer Dominique Lemieux and sound designers Fran篩s Bergeron and Jonathan Deans.

This show is one of the most popular shows in Las Vegas. 90 days advance reservations are highly recommended.

Ticket Price:
Lower Orchestra Seating: $150.00,
Upper Orchestra Seating: $125.00,
Upper Balcony: $99.00,
Obstructed View Seat: $93.50
(Obstructed View Seats are not bad seats. Some of these seats are in the front rows on the sides. You will not be able to see a few actions performed on your side of the stage. You can see the center stage and the far side of the stage. For some other Obstructed View Seats, there may be a rial bar or a column in front of you. You just need to move your head to see certain obstructed positions on the stage.)
Age Limit: 5 or older
Show Time: 7:30 pm, 10:30 pm
Dark Days: Monday Tuesday
Price Per Person (Taxes included):
Lower Orchestra Seating: $150.00, Upper Orchestra Seating: $125.00, Upper Balcony: $99.00
Processing Fee: $10.00 per ticket.
Cancellation Policy: 72 hours prior to show time for refund.


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