Bellagio is a hotel-casino resort, luxury hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. Bellagio is operated by MGM Resorts International and owned by Blackstone Inc. Bellagio also has a high-end retail area which introduced several luxury brands to Las Vegas, including Chanel, Gucci, and Prada.
Bellagio hotel has 3,933 rooms. It originally opened with 3,005 rooms, including 401 suites. A renovation of the main tower rooms was complete in 2003. The Spa Tower, finished a year later, added 928 rooms, bringing the Bellagio hotel casion resort to its current number. The original tower is 36 stories, while the Spa Tower has 33.
The Bellagio hotel’s suites, as well as rooms in the Spa Tower, were renovated in 2007. Rooms in the main tower received a six-month, $70 million renovation in 2011. A $40 million renovation of the Spa Tower rooms began in 2012 and concluded the following year. From 2014 to 2015,Bellagio renovations took place on the main tower suites. It was the final phase of the $165 million remodeling project that began in 2011. Another renovation of the main Bellagio tower rooms took place during 2021, and a $110 million renovation of the Spa Tower was scheduled for completion by October 2023.
The 4,000 sq ft (370 m2) Chairman Suite includes a fulltime butler service, an indoor garden, a home theater system, several fireplaces, a bar.
A restored 19th century fountain sits in the hotel lobby, near the Conservatory. In 2015, a sculpture representing Earth’s elements was placed outside the main hotel entrance. The 19th century fountain was created by artist Masatoshi Izumi, who hand-carved it out of four basalt stones, each one weighing at least 17,000 pounds.
Bellagio All Restaurants
PRIME Steakhouse – Steakhouse
Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten invites you to indulge in prime steak and seafood accompanied by fabulous wines.
Picasso – French
This highly acclaimed restaurant promises an evening of unparalleled dining in the company of Picasso masterpieces.
The Mayfair Supper Club – American
An elegant restaurant featuring contemporary American cuisine.
Spago – American
Wolfgang Puck’s revolutionary restaurant features signature California fare perfect for lunch or dinner.
Michael Mina – Seafood
At this signature restaurant, Michael Mina has crafted a menu focusing on refined coastal cuisine.
Sadelle’s Café – American
Savor the best brunch in Las Vegas! No matter what you’re craving, Sadelle’s Café features all your favorites.
LAGO by Julian Serrano – Italian
Tour the bolder side of Italy from our Michelin-decorated chef.
Le Cirque – French
A perennial AAA Five Diamond Award winner, Le Cirque delivers exquisite French cuisine.
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge – Japanese
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge delivers imaginative twists on traditional and modern Japanese cuisine.
Fountain View Dining – Restaurant
With a view like no other
Jasmine – Cantonese
A gorgeous Chinese setting with a menu that puts Cantonese, Szechwan and Hunan cuisine in the spotlight.
Harvest – American
Let Harvest take you on a culinary journey into a bounty of fresh flavors for every season and taste.
Noodles – Pan-Asian
Contemporary dining, featuring traditional noodle dishes from Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam.
Group & Private Dining – meeting-group
Our staff can help arrange your group’s dining experience from start to finish! With private and semi-private …
Snacks – American
Snacks offers an all-American, casual, and quick dining spot.
Bellagio Patisserie – French
Welcome to a carefully crafted collection of chocolates, cookies, cakes, crepes and other delights.
The Buffet at Bellagio – American
The freshest ingredients and flavors of the world come together in an elaborate display at Buffet Bellagio.
Quick Eats – Amenities
Need a quick bite? Then we suggest our most casual fare.
In-Room Dining – American
For your convenience, Bellagio offers two contactless service options delivered to you.
Starbucks – American
Starbucks offers handcrafted beverages, premium teas and delectable treats.
Pool Café & Bar – American
The Pool Café offers a selection of fresh cuisine, sweets desserts and refreshing cocktails.
The Garden Table – American
A never-been-done-before dining concept, artistically inspired by each season.
Juice Press – American
Offering the freshest variety of organic cold-pressed juices, gourmet smoothies, snacks and kombucha on tap.
Bellagio Live Entertainment Shows
“O” by Cirque du Soleil®
Enjoy the skill and artistry of Cirque du Soleil®’s inimitable acrobats, swimmers, divers and dancers in this aquatic-themed production of “O”.
Tickets starting at $79
Bellagio Gallery Of Fine Art
Desirable and symbolic, the icon of an artist embodies an individual who hones a clear voice or style that transcends their own public persona. Curated by Ralph DeLuca, “ICONS of Contemporary Art” showcases multifaceted works from living artists that challenge convention to evolve known paradigms of our time, and who impact contemporary society through diverse and permeating transformations. Moving beyond being recognizable, the featured artists of “ICONS” exemplify aspects of greatness,… Tickets starting at $18
Mayfair After Dark
Energy flows throughout the night and converts to a late night lounge for Mayfair After Dark.
Fountains of Bellagio
Simply put, there is nothing quite like them. Experience the magnificence of our Fountains for yourself.
Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
Marvel at the magical sights, sounds and scents of the festive season as seen through a botanical lens.
Spice Wannabe: The Spice Girls Tribute
Bellagio Nightlife Clubs Bars
Whether you are looking for world-famous DJs, unparalleled daylife, or non-stop dancing, here is your destination.
The Mayfair Supper Club – Restaurant
An elegant restaurant featuring contemporary American cuisine.
Club Privé – Nightlife
Embrace elevated style while playing your favorite games at Club Privé. Our high-limit lounge provides the combination of seclusi…
Baccarat Bar – Nightlife
Baccarat Bar provides a view of the casino action as well as a glimpse into high-end gaming. Indulge in an exotic medley of mar…
Sports Book & Bar – Nightlife
Where sports and good drinks come together. Located next to Snacks.
Petrossian Bar- Nightlife
The elegant Petrossian gently sets the mood for sophisticated tastes and discerning palates.
Bellagio Spa & Salon
Located in Bellagio· Las Vegas, NV
Hours of Operation
Spa 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM Daily Salon 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM Daily Kalologie MedSpa Sun – Thu 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Fri – Sat 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM Fitness Center 5:00 AM – 6:00 PM Daily
Bellagio Spa & Salon Services
Massages will be available at in-room and in-spa treatment room.
Social Impact and Sustainability
From embracing humanity to protecting the planet, MGM Resorts is committed to social and environmental sustainability.
Critically acclaimed Forbes travel Guide Four-Star Spa & Salon. Change how you view health. Change how you view relaxation. Our unique inspiration from Bellagio’s own Conservatory aligns our services with nature and gathers rituals from far-off places.
IV Hydration Therapy
Named one of America’s “Top Ten Spa Destinations” by ELLE, Kalologie Medspa makes its debut adjacent to The Spa at Bellagio. Offering advanced medical spa treatments and the proprietary line of Kalologie clinical products, this new experience adds to Bellagio’s commitment to provide premier health and wellness to each of our guests.
Bellagio Fitness Center
Reiki & Restorative Yoga
The Bellagio Fitness Center features a host of fitness professionals who are available to answer your questions, or even help you develop an entirely new fitness plan. Your goals will be assessed as part of developing your personalized regime.
Located in Bellagio· Las Vegas, NV
Hours of Operation
Bellagio Pool & Jetted Hot Tub Mon – Sun 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Cabanas Mon – Sun 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Cypress Closed for the Season
Must be 16 years of age or accompanied by a parent or guardian of at least 18 years.
Our Approach to Water
At MGM Resorts, we recognize that water is critical to our business and responsible water use at our pool facilities is a key part of our water management strategy. BeIndulge yourself in the romantic lure of a Mediterranean-infused al fresco poolside experience. With five distinctive pool courtyard settings, come take a relaxing dip in refreshing azure waters. ing done behind
Fountains of Bellagio is a free insync musical fountains show performed in the resort’s 8.5-acre lake. Each show is choreographed to a specific song or track, coming from a variety of musical genres. The Bellagio fountains dance along to match the rhythm of the music, while water shoots as high as 460 feet in the air. The fountains are a very popular attraction on the Las Vegas Strip, and among the most photographed places in the United States. Stages are occasionally built on the lake to host events, such as musical performances and had a portion of the 2022 NFL Draft.
Bellagio Conservatory and botanical gardens
The resort contains a 13,500 sq ft (1,250 m2) conservatory and botanical gardens. It is located next to the hotel’s lobby and is open free to the public that receives an average of 20,000 visitors a day. The Conservatory was originally planned as an outdoor garden.
There are five seasonal themes that the Conservatory undergoes: winter, spring, summer, fall, and Chinese New Year. From January to mid-March, the Conservatory celebrates the Chinese New Year with a display dominated by orchids, flowers and, bromeliads, as well as the animal of that particular year that the Chinese zodiac celebrates. The Conservatory and botanical gardens theme then changes over to the spring display, which lasts until May, and usually features a butterfly house as well as many tropical flowers varieties.
Bellagio then switches over to its all-American summer display during Memorial Day weekend,, featuring a large recreation of the Liberty Bell, as well as several American flags throughout the Conservatory. The summer display is very patriotic featuring a lot of red, white, and blue, and is filled by hydrangeas. the Conservatory puts on its autumn display featuring several varieties of chrysanthemum and several large pumpkins from late September until Thanksgiving weekend,. After Thanksgiving, the Conservatory switches to its winter holiday display, which is includes a large centerpiece Christmas Tree and varieties of poinsettia. A life-sized candy village, which took months to create, was introduced for the 2012 Christmas display. Throughout the year, the colorful displays are decorated with many fragrant flowers and usually contain fountains.
Props are stored for future use. Planning for each season is done in advance, and each display design is carried out by more than 100 workers over the course of several days. The Conservatory uses thousands of flowers and plants for its displays each year. As of 2018, the Conservatory used six million plants across 100 displays, and received 150 million visitors. In 2022, the resort introduced the Garden Table, a dining experience with seating alongside the conservatory attractions.
Bellagio Retail Stores
Since its opening, the Bellagio resort has included a high-end retail area known as Via Bellagio. Retailers include Armani, Chanel, Fred Leighton, Gucci, Hermès, Prada, and Tiffany & Co. It was the first time that such retailers had opened in Las Vegas, as Via Bellagio was the city’s first retail center focused on luxury brands. Additional retail space was added in the 2004 renovation expansion.
Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
Accompanying the numerous works of art found throughout the public areas of the Bellagio resort, the property also includes the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art. It opened along with the resort, originally to showcase art from Wynn’s private collection, as well as art owned by Mirage Resorts. Following the property’s ownership change in 2000, the gallery became a rotating exhibition space, hosting art collections loaned from other museums.
Bellagio Fiori di Como
A large flowering art piece hangs from the ceiling of the hotel lobby, measuring approximately 2,000 sq ft (190 m2) and representing flowers of various colors. It is a popular attraction and free to view. Known as Fiori di Como (“Flowers of Como”), the art was created by glass artist Dale Chihuly. Wynn had hired him to create an art piece for the resort, but it would take six months before they settled on an idea. According to Wynn’s wife Elaine, “We went over to Dale’s house where he had put a glass art installation at the bottom of his lap pool. And I said to him, ‘I want that in my ceiling in the Bellagio lobby.’ So that’s how we got that”.
It took two years spent working on Fiori di Como, which turned out larger than Chihuly had anticipated: “Every time, Steve (Wynn) saw it, he wanted more”. Because the sculpture would hang in Las Vegas, Chihuly took a less-restrained approach in creating it: “I thought it would be a good opportunity to use a lot of color. I thought I could be a little bit more exuberant”. Metal oxides were used during the glass-making process to give the sculpture its colors. Fiori di Como includes more than 2,100 pieces of colored glass ro make Flowers of Como. The flowering sculpture measures 65 feet by 29 feet, and weighs more than 40,000 pounds. Supported by a 10,000-pound steel armature.
Fiori di Como is the largest glass sculpture in the world, and it popularized Chihuly among the general public. The cost to create the sculpture has never been made public, although it reportedly ranges from $1 million to $10 million. As of 2017, it is estimated to be worth at least $8 million. Reportedly Fiori di Como garnered positive feedback from the resorts guests, prompting Chihuly and the Bellagio to partner up and open a store in 2001, in the resort’s Conservatory. The s Bellagio store sold artwork by Chihuly, including individual flower-shaped art pieces inspired by Fiori di Como. Other items included books and videos about Chihuly.
Bellagio is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World. By 2001, Bellagio had achieved a four-star rating from Mobil Travel Guide. The same year, it became the first hotel-casino to win the AAA Five Diamond Award. Also the second Las Vegas hotel to win the award, after the Four Seasons in 1999. In 2010, Bellagio won its 10th consecutive Five Diamond Award, the first Las Vegas Strip resort to do so. As of 2020, Bellagio had won the Five Diamond Award 18 consecutive times.
Bellagio placed eighth in the 2003 Zagat Survey of U.S. hotel resorts, while its restaurants ranked 12th in the top dining category. Bellagio made the Condé Nast Traveler Gold List many times, beginning in 2005. A 2005 study by Majestic Research, polling more than 400 out-of-state residents, found Bellagio to be the favorite resort among visiting tourists, with 18 percent support. Another study polled tourists who visited Las Vegas in 2005, and Bellagio was named the city’s top “must-see” resort, while the choreographed fountains were named best “must-see” attraction. In 2010, Travel + Leisure ranked it 31st on a list of top hotels in large U.S. and Canadian. Travelocity ranked it in sixth place in a 2011 list of top 10 Las Vegas Strip hotels, based on guest reviews.
The resort’s Picasso restaurant has also been critically acclaimed, receiving the AAA Five Diamond and Mobil Five-Star awards in 2001. In 2010, the restaurant won its 10th Five Diamond Award, while Le Cirque won its 8th. Bellagio resort was the only hotel in the U.S. to have two Five Diamond restaurants.
Bellagio in popular culture
See also: Fountains of Bellagio § In popular culture
Bellagio is the central setting for the 2001 film Ocean’s Eleven, in which a group of thieves conspire to rob the vault. The film features various areas of the property. A staircase descended by character Tess Ocean (Julia Roberts) would later be removed to make way for the Spa Tower.
The Bellagio is depicted in the 2007 film Lucky You. The film is set in 2003, but the resort’s poker room had been renovated since then, prompting the filmmakers to construct a replica of the original room on a soundstage in Los Angeles.
The resort’s fountains have appeared in many films.