Best of The Bellagio Las Vegas

Feel the Rhythm of the Water! With pulsating jets of water exploding from the pool in front of this elegant and stately facility, the dancing streams of water will draw you back to the Bellagio, time and time again during your visit to Las Vegas.

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Water Shows

One of the most spectacular aspects in all of Las Vegas is the Fountains at the Bellagio. Dancing in step with the rhythms from classical pieces, Broadway songs, and opera offerings, the water of the fountain seems to come alive throughout each day and night. Have your senses mesmerized by this engaging blend of sound and water?


Just as its namesake in Italy, the Bellagio offers world prominence when it comes to shopping with various locations throughout The Bellagio offering a wide variety of stores and products. In the Via Bellagio area, you will find some of the finest brand names in all the world. Choose from selections at the Dior, Chanel, Gucci, Giorgio Armani, Prada, and Louis Vuitton stores. At Via Fiore Dale Chihuly, Essentials, and the Giardini Garden Store provide great selections. The pool Promenade provides many fashion choices from the likes of La Scarpa, Capri, and Platino.


What a range of entertainment possibilities the Bellagio offers! First is the Cirque du Soleil’s “O”, a wonderful production that will thrill and inspire you. There are two productions each evening. Additionally, the Bellagio offers a wide assortment of packages that will substantially reduce ticket prices. Next is the Gallery of Fine Art. Always with an outstanding collection of special art pieces, the Gallery is a must-stop for all visitors. On the second Wednesday of each month, the Bellagio offers the “Art and Wine Event.” The current display is “Warhol Out West.” Finally, the Bellagio offers the Conservatory and Botanical Garden. Sometimes considered a sanctuary in the hectic and busy Las Vegas Strip, the Conservatory and Botanical Garden is open 24 hours a day and is free to all visitors. With ever-changing seasonal displays and thousands of blooming flowers, this is indeed a special place in the middle of the Mojave Desert. While you are there, do not forget to track down the world’s largest chocolate fountain!


Every dining option imaginable is available at the Bellagio, from fine dining to casual, from Hunan to Tuscany. For your choices in fine dining, you have Jasmine, Le Cirque, Michael Ming, Picasso, and Prime Steakhouse. No matter the choice, you will be overwhelmed with the food, furnishings, and service. For contemporary dining, the choices include Circo, Tood English Olives, Fix, Sensi, and Noodles. Again, all eateries provide great food and fantastic settings. For casual dining, enjoy The Buffet, Café Bellagio, or the Pool Café.


Gaming is a pleasure at the Bellagio. A full offering of table games, slot machines, and sports betting are all available for Bellagio’s visitors.


It is hard not to have an outstanding room at the Bellagio. Many of the rooms have views of the fountain and the dancing streams of water. These rooms include The Premier in Bellagio’s North and South Towers; the Deluxe with King size beds on the 9th floors in the North and South Towers; and the Fountain View rooms in the Spa Tower. Other choices are the Resort Deluxe King, the Resort Deluxe Queen with two queen beds, and the Resort Tower King which is one of the largest rooms with 626 square feet.

Night Clubs

You do not have to leave the Bellagio grounds to get a full experience of Las Vegas nightlife. Lilly, Petrossian, the Bank, and the Hyde give you a great cross-section of nightlife from which to choose.

For your visit to Las Vegas, there is nothing better than to stay in the heart of the action, and experience the memorable Bellagio!


Located at 3600 South Las Vegas Boulevard, the Bellagio is in the center of all of the activity to be found on the Strip.

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