Las Vegas’ famous Tuscany-inspired resort transports guests to the Vegas version of the famous town on Italy’s Lake Como. Modern luxury meets Old World elegance at the Bellagio Las Vegas, a AAA Five Diamond-rated hotel-casino experience on the Las Vegas Strip. Bellagio features nearly 4,000 luxed-up guest rooms and suites above a seriously swanky resort filled with over-the-top amenities, including the 65,000-square-foot Bellagio Spa & Salon, two wedding chapels (of course), and even its own world-class golf course. 

Palatial inside and out, Bellagio is famously known for the best free show on the Las Vegas Strip: the Bellagio Fountains, where water soars 460 feet above an eight-acre lake as it seemingly dances to popular music and show-tunes, thanks to carefully engineered choreography. 

Bellagio Las Vegas boasts five outdoor pools, four whirlpool hot tubs, and 51 private cabanas in a  Mediterranean-esque courtyard setting. The Cypress Pool offers the ultimate poolside reserved experience with 64 premium chaise lounge chairs and two daybeds with dedicated hosts and hostesses to bring you whatever your heart desires. Meanwhile, the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens present fresh displays of foliage with the changing seasons, cultivated from a 90,000-square-foot greenhouse. It’s not only one of the top attractions in southern Nevada, but with more than 18,000 visitors each day, it actually rivals the great gardens of the world. 

Bellagio Las Vegas
Bellagio Las Vegas

Spread your luck across more than 100,000 square feet of gaming, featuring 2,400 slot machines, a race and sports book, and poker room, as well as tons of table games, including blackjack, craps, mini-baccarat, baccarat, roulette, European roulette, Big 6, Let It Ride, War, Crazy 4 Poker, pai gow poker, three-card poker, and ultimate Texas hold’em poker.

Also at Bellagio Las Vegas, the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens present fresh displays of foliage with the changing seasons, cultivated from a 90,000-square-foot greenhouse. The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, home to museum-caliber exhibitions selected from prestigious international collections, exhibits paintings, sculpture and works on paper by the world’s most influential artists.  Don’t miss the international cast of Cirque du Soleil’s “O” , where synchronized swimmers, divers, acrobats and aerialists performs in a theatre reminiscent of the Paris Opera House. Including 85 artists from around the world, this “must see” Las Vegas show is performed in the “O” Theater in, on and above water for an unforgettable experience. 

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Trivia alert! Bellagio’s massive rooftop houses a massive herb garden. You can’t go up there, but you can taste its freshly-picked flavors across many of its restaurants, as well as in some of Las Vegas’ other top eateries.

To get your culture on at Bellagio, don’t miss Cirque du Soleil’s “O”—one of the outfit’s biggest, most outlandish shows—where synchronized swimmers, divers, acrobats, and aerialists perform in a theater reminiscent of the Paris Opera House. Starring 85 artists from around the world, this must-see Las Vegas show is performed in the “O” Theater in, on, and above water for an unforgettable experience.

Fountains of Bellagio

Bellagio Fountains

Wherever you stay in Las Vegas, make sure you catch the world-renowned Fountains of Bellagio. Visitors and locals alike flock to Bellagio Las Vegas to see a magnificent ballet of dancing fountains choreographed to music and lights, composed of more than 1,200 dancing fountains on a lake that’s more than 8.5 acres in size. Free fountain shows run every 30 minutes and are synchronized to music ranging from Luciano Pavarotti and Andrea Bocelli to Bruno Mars to DJ Tiesto (and, of course, Elvis).

The Fountains of Bellagio run every 30 minutes on weekdays starting at 3:00 PM and ending at 7:00 PM. They additionally run every quarter hour after 7:00 PM until midnight. The weekend displays occur from noon to 7:00 PM (every half-hour) and from 7:00 PM until midnight (every quarter-hour). 

Bellagio Dining

The couple dozen restaurants in the Bellagio run the gamut from casual cafés to exceptionally high-end haute cuisine affairs, and just about every other way you can imagine to chow down in style. Bellagio is the only hotel in the entire country with two AAA Five Diamond and Forbes Five-Star restaurants—Picasso and Le Cirque—but plenty of other options are available to cater to every budget. Get hungry for Cantonese fare at Jasmine, California cuisine at Spago, Italian food from a Michelin-starred chef at Lago, as well as assorted steakhouses, buffets, diners, meals with a fountain view, and quick eats to suit any appetite.

Via Bellagio

Visit Via Bellagio for a luxury shopping experience. These exclusive shops, filled with the latest styles from the world’s leading designers, wind alongside Lake Bellagio. Browse collections from Gucci, Dior, Armani, Alexander McQueen, BVLGARI, Chanel, and more.

Bellagio Gallery Of Fine Art

As one of Las Vegas’ premier exhibition spaces, head for the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art for intimate works made by some of the world’s most compelling artists. Organized in partnership with museums and foundations across the globe, past exhibitions have included the works of Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Monet, Georgia O’Keeffe, and more. This Strip-side gallery promises easy, immersive access to one of the best fine art collections in the metro area.

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Southern Nevada, Nevada

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Las Vegas

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Southern Nevada