Where is the Bellagio Las Vegas Located?
The Bellagio Hotel Features
From the minute the dancing fountains designed to stimulate the romantic senses are roused into life on the half hour, to the second the light reflects off the two thousand glass blossoms conceived by renowned artist Dale Chihuly in the grand lobby, you know you’re in for a unique experience.
A luxury Las Vegas hotel on a grand scale, The Bellagio houses designer boutiques beneath a ceiling of glass, world-class Las Vegas dining, the inimitable ‘O’ by Cirque du Soleil, luxury spa, 5 stunning pools, a fine art gallery, 7 bars and Las Vegas nightclubs and a breathtaking conservatory and botanical gardens.
The Via Bellagio shopping arcade is one of Las Vegas most extravagant designer shopping experiences with offerings from brands including Tiffany & Co, Armani, Chanel, Dior, Fendi, Prada and Gucci. Packing lightly is well advised.
The Bellagio restaurant choices include Yellowtail Sushi Restaurant and Bar with its contemporary Japanese cuisine. Executive chef Akira Back specialises in sumptuous sushi, sashimi, tempura and hand rolls, all served with views of the Las Vegas strip and The Bellagio Fountains.
For those with a taste for gourmet fare, Picasso, a French Mediterranean restaurant with fountain views is one of the most discerning Las Vegas restaurants to appear on the Strip in recent years. A recipient of the annual AAA Five Diamond Award and decorated with original Picasso masterpieces and ceramic pieces, diners are presented with edible works of art. The seasonal French and Spanish cuisine is accompanied by a cellar of 1,500 selections from Europe’s best vineyards, making for a dazzling array of food, wine and art that few can resist.
Michelin award winner, Michael Mina’s eponymous restaurant serving Mediterranean and California style fare can also be found in The Bellagio, serving seafood, vegetarian and seafood dishes all taken from the chef’s own recipe book. A West Coast outpost of the revered East Coast institution, Le Cirque, the New York City restaurant’s AAA Five Diamond rating makes it a popular Las Vegas restaurant choice with tourists and residents alike.
If music is the food of love, Jasmine, The Bellagio’s Cantonese, Szechwan and Hunan restaurant must be one of the most loved up destinations in town as the music synchronises with the famed Bellagio fountains – created, according to the hotel ‘to romance the senses’.
For some, Las Vegas Casinos are the main draw, for others poker takes a back seat to the famed Las Vegas nightlife, shopping and pools. For guests at The Bellagio, the Spa & Salon is likely to make your own all time favourite list of ‘things to do in Las Vegas’. A 65,000 square foot Oasis, the Spa & Salon at The Bellagio is illuminated by aqua hued glass and embellished with rich marble, granite, and onyx accents. Created to rejuvenate, relax and restore, The Bellagio boasts one of the most comprehensive treatment lists of all Las Vegas hotel Spas, with treatments designed to entice. They include a Caviar Fusion Facial, Coconut Milk Bath, Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Massage Therapy, Fleurs Garden Aromatherapy Treatment and the Detox Thalasso Seaweed Body Treatment.
Dubbed the place where great art goes on vacation, The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art occupies a purpose built exhibition space. It showcases the works of renowned artists, on loan from museums and foundations around the world. Docen and audio tours are available daily.
Highlighted by citrus and parterre gardens, the nine and one half acre Mediterranean garden oasis is landscaped with fruit and cypress trees, five heated pools and four spa tubs. Rental cabanas feature televisions, telephones, refrigerators, sinks, dining sets, ceiling fans and misting systems.
The Bellagio Hotel Guestrooms
Guests at The Bellagio Hotel, Las Vegas choose from 3,933 guest rooms, suites, villas and suite lounges. As with the rest of the AAA Five Diamond Award-winning Las Vegas hotel, no detail has been overlooked. Rooms are designed in a contemporary Mediterranean style, with plush fabrics, rich colours and comfortable furnishings set to lake, city, pool or mountain views. Italian marble bathrooms and entrance ways set the scene for pampering and relaxation. Rooms also feature;
• Luxurious linens and robes
• Wood vanities, lighted makeup mirrors and weight scales in the bathroom
• Flat screen television
• High speed wired Internet access (*extra charge).
• In room safe
• Select accommodations feature Bose Wave radios, and CD and DVD players
The Bellagio Expert Tip: The Bellagio fountains are a must see but don’t miss the world’s tallest melted chocolate fountain, also found at The Bellagio, Las Vegas.
The Bellagio Las Vegas Race & Sports Book
200-seat race and sports book
The Bellagio Las Vegas Restaurants and Dining
Todd English’s Olives,
Yellowtail Sushi Restaurant & Bar.
The Bellagio Las Vegas Nightlife and Entertainment
The Bellagio Attractions
The Fountains at Bellagio,
Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art,
The Tuscany Kitchen.
The Bellagio Pool
The Bellagio Spa
The Bellagio Wedding Service
Wedding Chapel at Bellagio.