Las Vegas is roaring back to life after a few difficult years with USA Today reporting that March’s numbers were up 50% compared to the previous year. To celebrate its reopening, here’s a look at the Bellagio, the casino that defines luxury in Sin City.
When people think of Vegas, it is likely that they picture the Bellagio and the famous fountains. Yet, this hotel has much more to offer than just the water show and is an ultimate luxury experience that has everything.
Vegas’s suites are famous for having everything, and the Bellagio is no different. The hotel is home to some of the best suites in Vegas, such as the Executive Parlor Suite, which comes with a personal billiard table and media room, and the Grand Lakeview Suite, which features both a steam room and a whirlpool bath, all while overlooking the famous Bellagio fountains. For those who want the full Vegas lifestyle, the Bellagio hotel is the place to stay.
The Bellagio casino is one of the most iconic in Las Vegas and has been featured many times on film, most famously in Ocean’s 11 and 13, as the height of luxury. The casino floor has a 2,300+ reel, video reel and video poker games as well as a wide selection of classic casino tables, including Blackjack, Roulette, and crabs. It is also home to one of the city’s most luxurious poker rooms which has 40 tables covering 7,000 square feet. This list of the best poker rooms in Vegas highlights how this card room is a high-stakes room and famous for its upscale clientele.
The Bellagio is one of the gastronomic centres of Vegas with some of the city’s top restaurants located within its walls.
Like the famed AAA and Forbes Travel Guide 5-star-rated restaurant, Picasso. Or the Prime Steakhouse from top chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten which is one of the top steakhouses in the city. The hotel celebrates cuisines from across the globe and nowhere is this more on show than the Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge, a combination of Japanese elegance and Vegas luxury. The restaurant is run by Michelin-starred chef Akira Back.
There are many places to visit in Vegas for night-time entertainment, but if you are staying at the Bellagio you don’t have to go far for world-class entertainment. The hotel is home to the famous Cirque du Soleil and their water-inspired production ‘O’.
For art lovers, there is the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art which has revolving exhibitions from the world’s top artists, both current and past.
If you are looking for luxury goods and the most exclusive names in fashion, then they are all under one roof, a stunning glass canopy, at the Bellagio. From Alexander McQueen to Valentino, there is everything a fan of luxury could need. Most boutiques also offer personal shopper services, making the experience even more exclusive.
In case you are planning a bucket list trip to the Las Vegas Strip, make the Bellagio the place you stay at. From the famed poker rooms to the exclusive shopping experience the hotel truly does have everything.