The Bellagio in Las Vegas is more than a hotel. It’s a self-contained resort. It is an events facility, casino, spa, wedding destination, as well as an all-around good time all wrapped up in one spot on the Strip.
The hotel has 3,933 guest rooms, including 512 suites, as well as 6,500-square-foot luxury villas. Amenities include concierge service, a fitness facility, pools and courtyards, room service and golf.
A luxury salon and spa pampers guests with massages, facials and milk baths.
Cirque du Soleil performs its production of “O” 5 nights a week.
Restaurants offer the finest dining to a buffet. Fine wines as well as pastries by Jean-Philllipe Maury round out the dining experience. There are at least 20 places to dine at the Bellagio.
The Bellagio also has two wedding chapels, as well as more than 200,000 square feet of meeting and convention space.
The Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is open daily and the presentation changes five times a year.
One of the most famous attractions at The Bellagio is the Fountains. The fountains “dance” to choreographed lights and music on a nearly nine acre lake.
The Via Bellagio contains luxury shopping destinations such as Chanel, Armani, Prada and Tiffany. At least 15 other destinations cater to the needs of shoppers.
Perhaps the biggest draw is the casino. In addition to a poker room, there are about 2,400 slot and video poker machines. The exclusive Club Prive offers privacy while retaining the casino atmosphere.
For more information, contact Stacy Hamilton at (702) 891-1805 or visit their website at http://www.bellagio.com.