No trip to Las Vegas is complete without experiencing the best free show in town- the dazzling dancing water fountains in front of the Bellagio Las Vegas. Home to Cirque du Soleil’s spectacular production “O” featuring a specially-designed theatre with a 1.5-million-gallon pool, this hotel is an entertainment destination in the heart of the Strip. Enjoy sophisticated nightlife as well as glamorous Via Bellagio shopping featuring Prada, Gucci, and Giorgio Armani boutiques.
The Bellagio offers 3,933 guestrooms and suites in two towers, with amenities such iHome clock radios
and twice-daily housekeeping service. On the way to their accommodations, guests pass through the casino with its massive selection of slots, table games, and a 5,600 square-foot race and sports book. As one of the stops of the prestigious World Poker Tour, the 7,000 square-foot poker room features 40 tables and Bobby’s Room with the highest limit poker action in the world.
Some of the best restaurants on the Strip can be found at the Bellagio Las Vegas including the award-wining Le Cirque, Michael Mina , and Picasso featuring French and Spanish cuisine and a decor dotted with Picasso masterpieces. Todd English’s Olives offers pastas and brick-oven pizzas with a view of the Bellagio’s fountains. Sample the delicious creations of world champion pastry chef Jean-Philippe Maury at Jean Philippe Patisserie. And the renowned Bellagio Buffet offers a stunning array of choices from dim sum to breast of duck.
The Bellagio offers luxury at every turn from the opulent marble lobby to the Mediterranean garden oasis with five pools and private cabanas. For those looking to tie the knot in a lavish setting, the Bellagio offers a choice of three wedding chapels including an outdoor terrazza. Wedding coordinators will assist in arranging every detail from the flowers to the hors d’oeuvres.