Bellagio Las Vegas

3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States
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from $149.00 / night

While all of the hotels on Las Vegas Boulevard are extravagant in their own right, there’s one resort that sets the standard for opulence and grandeur on the Strip: Bellagio Resort & Casino. Bellagio has several word-class art installations and attractions to its name. The Bellagio Fountains, standing proudly in front of the resort on the Strip, draws millions of visitors each year for its twice-hourly water shows. Once inside the resort, the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens are a sight to behold in every season, especially during the holidays. Meaning “beautiful land” in Italian, Bellagio’s rooms and amenities are exactly that. Suites of all styles are available for guests looking to elevate their lodging to luxury status. Step out onto a balcony for an unobstructed view of the fountains, or take full advantage of a recently remodeled Bellagio Tower room. Plus, the Bellagio is pet-friendly, so even the four-legged members of the family are welcome at the resort.

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Resort 2 Queen

Inspired by Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, the Resort Queen Rooms exemplify a seamless combination of timeless elegance and modern-day conveniences featuring two Queen beds and appointed with elegant furnishings. These luxurious 510 square foot rooms offer marble floors in the foyer, convenient sitting area with frosted glass top desk and sophisticated entertainment center. Mood lighting, individual climate controls and individually controlled reading lights offer guests comfort and convenience. Your custom designed Resort Queen Room is uniquely enhanced with sophisticated amenities including a 40" LCD flat panel HDTV, Bellagio branded cashmere top mattress, iHome alarm clock, personal in-room safe, automatic drapery with sheer controls and fully integrated technology allows for mobile devices to be viewed on the screen.

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Resort King Room

Inspired by Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, the Resort Rooms exemplify a seamless combination of timeless elegance and modern-day conveniences featuring King bed or two Queen beds (based on availability upon check-in) and appointed with elegant furnishings. These luxurious 510 square foot rooms offer marble floors in the foyer, convenient sitting area with frosted glass top desk and sophisticated entertainment center. Mood lighting, individual climate controls and individually controlled reading lights offer guests comfort and convenience. Your custom designed Resort Room is uniquely enhanced with sophisticated amenities including a 40" LCD flat panel HDTV, Bellagio branded cashmere top mattress, iHome alarm clock, personal in-room safe, automatic drapery with sheer controls and fully integrated technology allows for mobile devices to be viewed on the screen.

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Strip View King Room

Located in the Spa Tower, the 510 square foot, Strip View King room offers one king bed and features breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip with furnishings crafted from eucalyptus. Customize your stay with mood lighting, individual climate controls and reading lights, plus automatic drape and sheer controls. Make for a luxurious stay with the exclusive Bellagio Cashmere Super Pillow Top mattress with Advanced Comfort Quilt® by Serta, Italian marble bath with soaking tub and glass-enclosed shower.

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Fountain View 2 Queen

Located in the Spa Tower, these rooms provide spectacular views of the Las Vegas Strip and a partial view of the Fountains of Bellagio. These two Queen bedded Rooms are appointed with elegant furnishings. Luxurious 510 square feet rooms’ offers marble floors in foyer, convenient sitting area with frosted glass top desk and sophisticated entertainment center. Mood lighting, individual climate controls and individually controlled reading lights provide comfort and convenience. Your custom designed resort room is uniquely enhanced with sophisticated amenities including a 40” LCD Flat Panel HD, Bellagio branded cashmere top mattress, iPod MP3 docking stations, personal in-room safe, automatic drapery – sheer controls and fully integrated technology allows for PDAs to be viewed on high definition flat panel televisions.

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Salone Suite

The height of luxury living can be experienced in each of Bellagio’s Salone Suites. Located in either the Spa or Bellagio Tower at the end of the hallways, these suites feature 853 square feet of lavish space. Delicately designed with elegant lines and rich colors, each of these spacious suites features automatic drapery with sheer controls, a Bellagio branded cashmere top King bed, relaxing lounge with 42” LCD HDTV and an executive workspace. The ample floor plan carries over to the Italian marble and granite-topped bathroom where you will find a whirlpool tub, separate shower and deluxe spa products.

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Swimming Pools at the Bellagio Las Vegas

At the Bellagio, you will be able to find a poolside experience like no other. Their pool area drips with Mediterranean-inspired luxury. All told, it consists of five distinctive pool areas that are settled into individual courtyards. There are also spas nearby, a garden cafe, and more that bring the Bellagio pool experience to the top of our Las Vegas to-do list. Bellagio pools and Jacuzzis are open every day of the week from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Exquisite cabanas are available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cocktail service is available throughout, and non-smoking areas are also present. Want to further elevate your poolside experience? Reserve a pool cabana. You will receive two to four lounge chairs on a private patio, an HD television, Wi-Fi, two pool rafts and a mister system during the hot months of the year. Food, beverage and some spa services are also available in your cabana at an additional cost. The Cypress Premier Lounge is another experience for you to consider at the Bellagio pools. This private garden takes you away from the busy pool area and provides a much more intimate experience. You will love spa amenities like infused water and a personal Cypress host.

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Bellagio Las Vegas is a Pet Friendly hotel

When it comes to pets the Bellagio is happy to provide dog-friendly accommodations. Guests assigned to rooms in the Bellagio Tower will find the pet relief area located near the North Valet, and those in the Spa Tower will find the Station near Vdara Dog Park closer. Having your dog stay with you at the Bellagio is a worthwhile experience. Up to two dogs are allowed in one hotel room, which must be a combined maximum weight of 100 pounds. Like in most Las Vegas hotels, having a dog in certain public areas is not allowed, except in the event of passing from one area to the next. These prohibited pet areas include The Spa, Pool Area and Food and Beverage outlets. Dogs left unattended in a room or suite must be placed in a carrier or kennel. Bellagio tries to make the stay for your dog as comfortable as possible. They offer three exceptional services to help your dog enjoy its holiday. One of these services is dog walking. We all know how much our furry friends love to go for a walk. The staff at the Bellagio understand this too. That is why they have a list of expert dog walkers that they collaborate with to help your dog get out and about to enjoy the sights and sounds of Vegas. A check-in service can also be arranged for a small fee. If you are going to be out for a while and want someone to check in on your furry friend, this can be arranged as well.

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Bellagio Las Vegas is a Five Star hotel

Bellagio is a famed 5-star hotel with good reason. One major reason is the infamous fountains which guests flock from all around the world to see. The fountains are choreographed to specific music hits including Celine Dion, Frank Sinatra and many more. Bellagio is also known for having a large number of things to do on the Strip that include everyone in the luxury, such as the one-of-a-kind Cirque shows and accommodations that extend far beyond the rooms.

Bellagio also has a repertoire of fine dining.  Le Cirque, Mayfair Supper Club and Yellowtail are all worth checking out for different reasons, as entertainment-driven dining establishments that offer exquisite dishes. Bellagio is also home to many visually appealing sights such as the Conservatory and the art museum.

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Bellagio Las Vegas is in the Middle of the Strip

Hotels in the middle of the Strip have the added benefit that both sides of the strip are equally within reach. However, the Strip is a long place so, if you are wearing heels, take some more comfortable flats with you to aid on your journey home.

When looking at our Las Vegas Strip map, you can see the Bellagio Hotel is near the middle of the Strip. This means staying in the Bellagio puts you within walking distance of many great features. With the popular feature of the fountain show on your doorstep, you are also within walking distance from shows, shopping and other entertainment on the Strip.

The entertainment of the Luxor, MGM Grand and the Excalibur are only a short walk away. Treasure Island and the Wynn Golf Club are in the opposite direction. All these places have areas of interest for you to enjoy at your leisure. However, you don’t really need to leave the Bellagio to find some amazing places as the Bellagio has a host of its own beautiful features, like the Gallery of Fine Arts and the beautiful Fiori De Como, a glass-blown ceiling in the Bellagio Lobby.

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Bellagio Las Vegas has rooms with Jacuzzis

Many of the suites in the Bellagio feature a whirlpool Jacuzzi bath.

These baths are made out of Italian marble. It is designed to allow the user to live “the high life”, as they relax in the deluxe bathroom with full amenities. Complete with a luxury marble décor and an 18” TV for your entertainment, this bathroom is crafted to feel like your own personal spa.

The suites all have his and hers bathrooms attached to the bedrooms adding to the luxurious choices that the Bellagio Hotel gives its guests. While his bathroom often features a glass steam shower, her bathroom features a Jacuzzi. Of course, there is nothing to stop either gender from using one of these deep and refreshing tubs.

If your room is not a suite, you can still enjoy a Jacuzzi. Head down to the pool area and you will find a Jacuzzi that is hot, deep, and perfect to ease your aching bones after a long day on the Strip. Alternatively, take a trip to the Spa and Salon on the premises to enjoy a steam room, pool, and four whirlpool Jacuzzis. You will emerge feeling like a new person.

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Bellagio Las Vegas is a Luxury Hotel

The Bellagio works in many ways, small and large, to provide its guests with that ultimate high-class experience people covet. This experience starts and ends with the staff who will do their utmost to ensure that you have the holiday of a lifetime.

Outside of your luxury room, you have many options that will keep you feeling great and entertained. The VIP lounge experience allows guests to enjoy a luxury ride from the airport to the hotel in a limousine, private check-in, the use of a concierge and access to an exclusive lounge bar. this is available with suite rooms only.

With a range of the best Las Vegas Strip restaurants and bars available at the Bellagio, you are sure to find the perfect restaurant to suit your tastes. From the luxurious elegance of the Mayfair Supper Club, to the high energy Lilly Bar and lounge Nightclub, you are sure to find lavish hideaways to suit your tastes.

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Bellagio Las Vegas is a Hotel with Rooms

The Italian influence is on full display at Bellagio, and the timeless aspects of its architecture and furnishings transcend into the rooms and hospitality. The prime location of this resort provides a wealth of Las Vegas Strip views from each room. Bellagio has four room varieties to choose from, each with the option of one king or two queen beds. A Fountain View room has its most attractive feature in the name, with the world-famous Bellagio Fountains within birds-eye view.

For standard accommodation choices, select a Premier room or Resort room in the tower itself, and spread out in a space that exceeds 500 square feet. Feel the difference in comfort when sleeping on Bellagio’s signature beds, which feature cashmere pillow topper mattress covers brought to the resort by Serta®.

Rollaway beds are available upon request, should you choose to share the experience with extra members.

The fourth option adds another layer of quality to its already high-end offerings. The focus on quality accommodations makes Bellagio a natural choice for Stay Well Premier, a program focused on providing heightened cleanliness and holistic health for Bellagio guests. Enjoy crisp, clean air filtered through a purification system, as well as calming colors in both the room’s wall colors and decor. Inquire about Stay Well room availability when choosing a Premier, Resort or Fountain View room.

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Bellagio Las Vegas is a Hotel with Smoking Rooms

Like most hotels, this is primarily a non-smoking hotel. That said, they do have rooms and areas for those who wish to smoke. These rooms are on the 19th and 33rd floor.

You will also find designated smoking areas outside of your hotel room. To ensure the complete happiness of all their guests, the Bellagio have designated smoking areas for the casino, poolside and bars.Just because you are a smoker doesn’t necessarily mean you can miss out on a suite room either. Smoking is allowed in certain high-end suites that staff and management have allotted for those looking for this convenience.

If you are found to be smoking in a non-smoking room, however, you will incur a minimum charge of $500 or $1000 depending on the room in question.

Please note that the term ‘smoking’ also refers to e-cigs, marijuana, vapors, hookahs, and other pieces of smoking equipment. Therefore, non-smoking applies to all of the aforementioned products.

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Bellagio Las Vegas has rooms with a view of the Strip

While the view of the Bellagio fountain show is a favorite of many of the guests staying in this luxury hotel, some guests prefer the roiling and electric energy of the Strip. The Bellagio does offer a selection of rooms that view the Strip.

If you want a Strip view from your room, you want to book a room in the Spa Tower. This tower is a short walk from the check-in area and you will need to show your room key to the guard to gain access. However, it is said that this side of the Bellagio is quietest.

Strip view rooms in the Spa Tower are also slightly larger than the regular rooms in the main tower of the Bellagio. Because you have to use a keycard for the Spa Tower Elevator, guests find that they feel welcomed into these luxury accommodations. Whether you’re looking for the next spot for breakfast on the Strip or a nightclub to greet the evening—or morning—there are several vantage points from Bellagio Las Vegas via the hotel rooms.

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Bellagio Las Vegas has Suites

Suites are a great way to turn your hotel stay into something extra special. You get more space, higher quality gadgets, better views, deluxe amenities, giant beds, larger TVs or even a balcony in some cases. If you are planning a wedding, honeymoon or holiday of a lifetime, then this is the kind of room you want.

These rooms are designed to make you feel important with their marble walls, tasteful decorations, and killer views. Live it up, take the pictures to prove you are a king or queen of luxury, then post on your Instagram as you ask your friends and family to refer to you both as Lord and Lady. The chance for this amount of high-class elegance does not come around very often, make the most of it.

A true suite has more than one room and will have you feeling as if you are living in the height of luxury. Their suites include whirlpool baths, fully stocked minibars, luxurious linens and robes, steam showers, marble foyers, separate dining areas, even a nightly turn-down service. Everything that you will need to feel like royalty for the duration of your stay.

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Bellagio Las Vegas has Two Bedroom Suites

This Bellagio Queen Suite comes with two comfortable queen-sized beds. Designed in a timeless golden color, this spacious suite comes with its own high-tech elements to customize the room to your preferences. These elements include mood lighting, individual climate controls, reading lights, and even an automatic drape control function.

With the furnishings crafted from Eucalyptus, this room is both beautiful and eco-friendly. The living area consists of two chairs, a couch, and a coffee table, so you know it has a wide space for you to enjoy.

This Bellagio Suite 2 comes with two king beds in their own bedrooms. Also in the timeless gold, this room takes things up a notch with two separate bathrooms. One has a glass-fronted steam shower, the other has a whirlpool bathtub, both have 18-inch TVs. Fresh linens and robes are there to meet your acquaintance and to make you feel comfy when you step out of these bathing areas.

With a spacious marble foyer and a separate dining room, this place will have you speechless as you take in the ambiance of extreme taste and high-class sensibility.

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Bellagio Las Vegas has Three Bedroom Suites

This bronze-red 3 bedroom Tower Suite holds two queen beds and one king bed. This spacious area is perfect for larger group functions. With a vibrant black gold and white living area, this suite feels large and trendy.

The generously stocked mini-bar ensures that you can all lounge about having cocktails without having to leave the suite. The living area is big enough for four people to comfortably occupy.

The Italian marble bath would allow for a comfortable lather with the deluxe spa amenities that are available. Follow up your relaxing bath with a luxurious linen robe for optimal comfort.

The 24-hour in-room dining that is available will ensure that the separate dining area sees the best kind of use, one that includes well-fed friends bonding over their experiences in Las Vegas. And when you are all ready to kick back you can make use of the mood lighting, individual climate controls, reading lights and automatic drape controls.

Convenient media hubs and iHome docking stations mean the fun will never end for as long as you and your friends are staying in this suite.

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Bellagio Las Vegas has Penthouse Suites

The splendidly-designed penthouse rooms highlight a gorgeous panoramic view of the Las Vegas Strip. The one-bedroom penthouse suite is decked out with walls that feature the art of the tropics, while the two-bedroom suite has rich details and uninterrupted city views.

The one-bedroom, king-sized, penthouse suite can connect to a Tower Deluxe Room for an additional bedroom, should you require more space than the 1,536 square feet available. The exclusive Bellagio cashmere super pillow top mattress in this room will also give you a great night’s sleep, leaving you happy and refreshed for the day to take on the infamous Las Vegas Strip.

A stay in the two-bedroom penthouse suite also guarantees unmatched luxury. Each room has a king-size bed, and if you want to add a third bedroom, the penthouse suite also connects to a Tower Deluxe room. With space enough for six people to spread out in separate dining rooms, and wet bars and minibars sprinkled throughout, you might not ever want to leave.

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More About Bellagio Las Vegas

As a frontrunner in entertainment, the property’s venues house a star-studded lineup of shows and residencies. “O” by Cirque do Soleil is a permanent fixture that can’t be missed, and with headliners such as Bruno Mars making their way through, tickets to see these massive stars can be the first order of business for a Bellagio stay.

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Bellagio Hotel and Casino has imported Italian grandeur to Sin City.

The villas in the town of Bellagio, Italy lie between mountains, surrounded by Lake Como—a popular vacation destination for aristocrats and celebrities. Taking inspiration from the town, the resort lies behind a massive artificial lake that’s framed by olive and Italian cypress trees. Also like the Italian destination, the Las Vegas resort is home to intricate architecture and extravagant displays of wealth. Bellagio Hotel and Casino seeks to recreate the elegance of European aristocracy and offer guests the chance to live like royalty.

History and First Impressions

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At the time of building, it was the most expensive resort ever built. Since its opening in 1998, Bellagio Las Vegas has maintained the timeless elegance that draws millions of visitors per year.

When approaching Bellagio, you’ll have one of two reactions. You may say “wow” as you take in the lake, the symmetry of the architecture and the carefully-selected Italian foliage. If you don’t say anything, then you might be speechless. Every aspect of its design suggests that Bellagio is an authentic lakefront villa that was plucked, along with its grounds, from northern Italy and placed on the Las Vegas Strip.

The feeling of awe is renewed when you enter the resort’s lobby. It’s one of the most aesthetically pleasing, Instagram-famous spots in Las Vegas, and for a good reason. The lobby is outfitted with thousands of blown glass flowers in a rainbow of colors—a work of art called ​​Fiori di Como by Dale Chihuly—that beautifully contrast the gold-and-beige color scheme of the space. On one side, live trees act as a backdrop to the expansive front desk. On the other side, the casino floor is partially hidden behind the Hermès store and the Petrossian Bar. Continuing through the lobby, you’ll arrive at Bellagio’s famous conservatory—which has earned its own section below.

The Resort


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As one would expect from Bellagio, the hotel rooms and suites are immaculate. What may surprise guests is how comfortable they are—not just in terms of luxury, but in the way that they allow you to feel at home even in a hotel on the Strip. The decor features elements of nature, whether with blue fabric accents and pictures of dewdrops or orange abstract patterns and sunset-colored flowers.

After undergoing recent remodels, the hotel at Bellagio artfully toes the line between modern and timeless. The resort has maintained the feeling of Old World luxury even after outfitting the rooms with technology like iHome docking systems, high-speed Wi-Fi and automatic drapery. Dog-friendly rooms are available for an added fee, as are Doggie Butler Services which include check-ins, dog walking and a treats-and-toys box.

The smallest of their seven types of rooms is the Resort King at 510 square feet, which is an affordable stay for an off-season, mid-week night. The most expensive room, the 626 square-foot Fountain View King, is on the higher price end for the same night.


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The suites are another story entirely. With more space and unique decor, the suites are where you stay if luxury is a necessity and money is of no concern. The smallest is the peacock-inspired Salone Suite at 853 square feet, which has an unbeatable city view. This suite is laid out like a funky studio apartment, with a living room-like area and upgraded bathroom—including a whirlpool tub, two showers and two sinks. On a weekend, especially during the busiest travel seasons, the price for a room or suite is likely to be higher.

The most expensive suite at Bellagio is one of the most luxurious places to stay on the Las Vegas Strip. It’s the Presidential Suite, a 4,000+ square feet multi-room space at the top of Bellagio’s spa tower. Overlooking the city and the Fountains of Bellagio, the suite features every amenity you could want. With a private entrance, 24/7 butler service, and the option to book Entourage Suites for your staff, the Presidential Suite embodies the brand of luxury that’s generally reserved for exclusive guests and titans of industry. Unlike other luxury suites in Vegas, the Presidential Suite isn’t invitation-only, so you could stay there. You just have to make the reservation.

When you stay at Bellagio, you’re not just paying for the room and the minibar. You’re also paying for the incredible round-the-clock room service, access to luxury shops and restaurants, world-class customer service and more. You may be paying a higher resort fee, but that’s because you’re paying for access to the resort. If you have one chance to live like a monarch, set your sights on Bellagio.

Meeting Spaces

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Bellagio has several grand ballrooms and conference rooms for meetings of all kinds. From their massive Grand Ballroom to the intimate Galleria Rooms, Bellagio offers a wide range of elegant venues for events. Whether it’s a wedding, a conference or a private business meeting, any occasion is improved when hosted in these Renaissance-style spaces.

Visit the Meetings & Conventions page for details.


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If not for the view of neighboring resorts, you may believe that the pools at Bellagio were located on the grounds of an Italian villa. The Mediterranean-style architecture, intricate details and well-manicured foliage surrounding the five swimming pools create the feeling of a countryside courtyard. Relax by the pool and enjoy your break from the Strip, or indulge in one of their additional luxury offerings. Daybeds, cabanas, and poolside spa services are available for those who want to add something special to their time under the sun.


MGM properties do not offer free parking, and Bellagio is no exception.

Complimentary parking is only available to select tier members and locals for the first three hours. Otherwise, fees can incur for hotel guests, valet and non-guests looking to explore the resort.

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Other Amenities And Attractions

Spa and Fitness Center

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As one might expect, the spa at Bellagio is lavish. Whether you’re enjoying a facial or a body treatment, or relaxing in the facilities, Bellagio guarantees that you’ll leave feeling refreshed. Five facials are on offer, ranging from classic cleansing to age-defying treatments. Each of their ten kinds of massages relieves tension in both your muscles and mind. Body treatments include wraps, scrubs, skin enhancements and waxing, and are designed to be as calming as they are beautifying. Spa passes include access to Bellagio’s whirlpools, steam room and sauna.

At Bellagio’s Fitness Center, you’ll find any equipment you need for an invigorating workout. Exercise solo, opt for a fitness class or book a personal training session. The personal trainers at Bellagio offer expert advice to help you achieve your personal fitness goals.

The Bellagio Conservatory

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Even if you aren’t a guest at Bellagio Hotel, the conservatory and botanical garden at Bellagio needs to be on your itinerary while you’re in Vegas. The public area is 14,000 square feet and is home to a rotating display of seasonal plants and art. View the schedule below for the 2022 instillations.

  • Lunar New Year – 1/8/22 – 3/5/22
  • Spring – 3/12/22- 5/14/22
  • Summer – 5/21/22 – 9/10/22
  • Harvest – 9/17/22 – 11/12/22

Bellagio’s team of horticulturalists and engineers work together to create towering displays of plants and structures to delight visitors—and there’s no entrance fee.

As you walk through, you may not notice just how many sculpted plants they’ve turned into whimsical objects, so take your time enjoying the displays. Also, consider visiting both during the day and at night to see how the changing light affects the exhibit. If you know how tricky it can be to keep a houseplant alive, you’ll feel extra awe as you take in the living art at the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.

The property is dotted with carefully maintained flora, so explore the grounds to see the work of Bellagio’s 100+ plant specialists.


“O” by Cirque du Soleil

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Bellagio is home to “O”, one of Cirque du Soleil’s best shows. The Canadian entertainment company is famous for surrealist displays of art in motion, with gymnasts and other performers working together to create a striking visual experience. “O” is so-named because it sounds like the French “eau,” which translates to “water.” The aquatic show features synchronized swimmers, acrobats, and divers who weave a tale of love and adventure in a gripping dreamscape. You won’t be able to see “O” anywhere else, as the show only runs at Bellagio’s opera house-inspired theater.

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Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art boasts that it’s “where great art goes on vacation.” This exhibition space hosts fine art from collections around the world. Previous exhibits include the works of Faberge, Warhol and Picasso. The current exhibit, running until mid-April 2022, features work by Vince Fraser, a visual artist specializing in Afrosurrealism. Visitors can experience the immersive art of Fraser, as well as poetic spoken word by Ursula Rucker. Hotel guests enjoy special ticket pricing.


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Considering the glamour of Bellagio, the casino fulfills all gambling needs. This is typical for many luxury resorts on the Strip, which prioritize amenities and high-limit table games over variety and creativity on the casino floor. There are about 2,300 slot machines, most of which are themed video machines. The casino at Bellagio hosts eight table games across 100+ tables. Bets can range from $15 to $20,000 per play, which can mean that you can go through chips pretty quickly when you’re playing at Bellagio.

The high-limit lounge at Bellagio hosts the kind of games that most gamblers will never see outside of a Bond movie. The rooms are outfitted like European aristocratic lounges, with stiff furniture and intricate chandeliers. These are the games that staff watch like hawks, noting the highest bets and who’s making them to decide which players they need to impress. If you’re one of these players, the casino works for you.

Bellagio opens a secret door for their big spenders, dispensing gifts to encourage more hefty bets and anticipating their needs to keep them on the casino floor. There could literally be a million dollars on the table—in the form of chips—in the high-limit room. You may or not be able to spend time in the high-limit lounge, but it’s thrilling to know that it’s there.

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Casual Fare

Bellagio has several casual dining options for frugal guests who enjoy the finer things in life. Learn what to expect from Bellagio’s more relaxed restaurants, including how much you can expect to spend.

Bellagio Patisserie

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Bellagio Patisserie is a small, chic pastry shop that could almost pass for a jewelry store at first glance. From crepes to cheese danishes, their treats are perfect for an early morning or afternoon snack. Each item is around $10.

Buffet at Bellagio

The Buffet at Bellagio isn’t your average buffet. Anywhere else in the country, it’s unlikely that you’d find lychee pork or a gelato stand at a buffet. But this is Vegas, the city where excess is made accessible. Because of the sheer amount of fine cuisine available, a visit to the buffet costs less from Monday to Thursday than it does from Friday to Sunday. Children eat for half price. If you’d like a nice meal but can’t decide on a restaurant, check out The Buffet at Bellagio.


Noodles is a small, comfortable restaurant specializing in pan-Asian cuisine. The menu is inspired by regional flavors from Thailand, Vietnam, China and Japan. With many dishes under $20, Noodles is an excellent stop for visitors looking for delicious food without spending too much.

Sadelle’s Cafe

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Sadelle’s Cafe is a breakfast and brunch spot with views of Bellagio’s Conservatory. Though it’s open later on the weekends, this American restaurant specializes in classic breakfast favorites like omelets and french toast. Several of their menu items are under $40.

Juice Press

Juice Press is the perfect spot to grab quick, healthy food. Whether you’re a plant-based or simply health-conscious eater, stop by Juice Press for a nutrient-packed snack. Smoothies and açai bowls cost around $10.


Starbucks is everywhere—even in Bellagio. At this familiar chain coffee shop, you don’t need more than $15 for a decent breakfast.

Luxury Dining

Dining at any one of Bellagio’s award-winning restaurants is a unique experience. We won’t estimate how much you could spend, but it’s safe to say that each experience is worth its price.

* = indicates that the restaurant has a view of the Fountains of Bellagio, offering front-row seats to the world-famous water show that happens every 15 to 30 minutes.

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Lago by Julian Serrano*

Lago is a modern restaurant with small dishes that place an American twist on Italian classics. Chef Julian Serrano has curated a menu of artful dishes designed to be shared. Lago is excellent for flavor enthusiasts, with a drink menu that’s equally as extensive as their dinner menu.

Prime Steakhouse*

Overseen by celebrity chef Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Prime encourages guests to savor every moment of their meal. From the serene decor to the gorgeously-plated dishes, Prime Steakhouse aims to create a memorable experience that will leave you on cloud nine.


Spago is Wolfgang Puck’s flagship restaurant which claims to have put Las Vegas on the map of culinary excellence. After a recent redesign, the contemporary decor feels as fresh as the constantly-changing menu. Enjoy Californian market-inspired dishes and carefully-crafted cocktails al fresco at this Las Vegas institution.

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Le Cirque*

This colorful restaurant is exactly what you would expect from a French, circus-inspired, fine dining establishment. Find both color and flavor in excess at this restaurant that celebrates the simple pleasures of food and drinks. The decor and the cuisine embody whimsy and luxury at the same time, helmed by chef Dameon Evers.

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Picasso honors the artistry of Pablo Picasso both by displaying his works and by interpreting them on their menu. Picasso was Spanish but spent much of his life in France, and so the fare at Bellagio’s Picasso is a blend of his Spanish roots and French sensibilities. Traces of the artist’s style can be found in everything from the delicate dishes to the carpet underfoot, thanks to the direction of Executive Chef Julian Serrano.

Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant and Lounge*

Yellowtail blends Las Vegas flash and Japanese culinary techniques to create an incredible dining experience. The cuisine at Yellowtail is inspired by both Japanese and Korean flavors, curated in the fun, innovative style of Executive Chef Akira Back. Enjoy this unique, vibrant dining experience that will take you across the world and back in one meal.

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Michael Mina

Michael Mina is one of Las Vegas’s finest seafood restaurants. Named after the restaurant’s founder and managing chef, Michael Mina uses ingredients that are flown to the restaurant daily on a private plane. The tableside preparation, excellent service and beautiful presentation at Michael Mina will impress you just as much as their bold dishes.

The Mayfair Supper Club*

This is a monument to old-school glamor and new-school International cuisine. Entering the restaurant is like stepping into a vision of the roaring ‘20s that only exists on the screen. With delicious food and a consuming atmosphere, The Mayfair Supper Club is a must-try immersive dining experience.

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Harvest’s tagline is “Farm to Table Freshness,” which perfectly describes the restaurant. With artisanal cheese boards and stone oven-cooked seafood, Harvest is the perfect place to find a healthy, upscale meal.


Jasmine offers delectable Cantonese, Szechwan and Hunan cuisine in an elegant space. Enjoy a white-glove dining experience surrounded by blooming gardens and authentic Chinese art at this award-winning restaurant. Executive Chef Kang Chi Lam curates the menu at Jasmine.

Bars and Nightlife

At Bellagio, you won’t find the kind of wild, raucous nightclubs that exist elsewhere on the Strip. If you’re hoping to dance to EDM, head to one of the neighboring casinos. Bellagio is home to elegant bars better suited for craft cocktails and conversation.

Lily Bar & Lounge

Lily specializes in handcrafted drinks that are best described as potable art. The atmosphere at Lily’s is dark and warm, and the cocktails are carefully mixed to be as beautiful as they are delicious.

Mayfair After Dark

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This experience is the late-night second life of The Mayfair Supper Club. After 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, the restaurant turns off the lights and turns up the music. They offer a pared-down menu, but you’ll likely be more interested in the live entertainment and infectious energy.

Baccarat Bar

Baccarat Bar is a luxurious lounge located in Bellagio’s Baccarat Room. They’re known not only for excellent martinis but also for their wide selection of cigars. With slow jazz and swanky decor, Baccarat Bar is a great place to meet with friends and enjoy a drink.

Petrossian Bar

Petrossian Bar is a comfortable but grand spot located in Bellagio’s lobby. With live pianists and an exciting menu, it’s clear why Bellagio has made Petrossian Bar a guest’s first introduction to the resort.


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The shops at Bellagio include the highest-end brands and their most recent collections. Even if you aren’t planning to shop, browsing the windows of these boutiques is a treat in itself. Here, you’ll find Alexander McQueen, Dior, Fendi, Prada, Valentino and more.

Giardini Garden Store

Take a piece of the Bellagio Conservatory home with you. This garden-themed gift shop is located off of the famous forest-friendly attraction and is ready to send you home with gifts and trinkets to create your own at-home conservatory.


Grab quick snacks, drinks and newspapers at this grab-and-go stand.

Tutto for Bellagio At Home

Tutto is a one-stop shop for everything from skincare to home essentials. With 24 hours of operation and a nearby Promenade Shops location, it’s a mecca of convenience.

The Bottom Line

If you’re visiting Vegas in search of luxury, Bellagio Hotel and Casino should be your home during your stay. With some of the finest restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and amenities in the world, you can indulge extravagantly without ever leaving the grounds.

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Enjoy Renovated Rooms and New Ways To Earn at Bellagio Resort and Casino

Use a players card at a high-class hotel like the Bellagio and you can earn free rooms, comped food and drink and more. MGM Rewards officially launched on Feb. 1, 2022, replacing Mlife. The new loyalty program offers more ways to earn and redeem, as well as added perks for low to mid-tier status members. The challenge is that tier status is more difficult to reach under the new MGM Rewards loyalty program.

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How To Earn MGM Rewards at Bellagio Casino in Las Vegas

The program offers several types of rewards. Tier Credit establishes your player status at the resort. Statuses are Sapphire, Pearl, Gold, Platinum and Noir. Rewards Points work like cash at hotels, restaurants, spas, and Vegas shows like the popular “O” by Cirque du Soleil. Additionally, you may get a free room or other offer by mail or email. Accepting it has no impact on your Rewards Points.

Earn on Non-Gaming Activities

Under Mlife, $1 bought 25 Tier Credits. Now, you earn 4 Tier Credits for every $1 you spend on non-gaming activities. That means you would have to spend more than $18,000 to achieve gold status. Unlike before, however, you’ll enjoy no resort fees at gold and above.

Earn for Hotel Stay and Dining

Once you check-in at the Bellagio, there is no need to leave the resort until check-out. It’s both upscale and laid-back with great restaurants and entertainment options, completely self-contained. Start earning Tier Credits and Rewards Points when you book a room or a suite, many with views of the Fountains of Bellagio. Continue to rack up the rewards over meals at restaurants like Lago, Le Cirque or Sadelle’s Cafe.

Relax and Earn

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Take a dip in one of Bellagio’s five Mediterranean style pools. Soak in some sun and collect Tier Credits and Rewards points while blissfully enjoying a poolside massage. Want to completely unwind? The Bellagio Spa and Salon offers top quality massages, body treatments, and facials. Pamper yourself at the salon with a mani-pedi, haircut, or even eyelash extensions. Or, for your significant other the salon features a Barber Room with straight razor shaves.

Continue earning rewards with a culturally stimulating trip to the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art. Stroll through the world famous Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden. A team of 120 horticultural experts maintains this breathtaking gem. There are 5,700 plants on display for the Lunar New Year at the time of this writing. Of course, the famous Fountains of Bellagio can never be missed.

Accumulate Points in the Casino

Play slots and video poker to earn Tier Credits, MGM Rewards Points and Slot Dollars, which can be exchanged for Freeplay. Now, earn Tier Credits and MGM Rewards Points on table games at the Bellagio’s 100,000 square foot casino. Rewards will be calculated based on game type, average bet and length of play.

Are sports your thing? Collect Tier Credits when you place a wager at the sportsbook at the Bellagio or on the BetMGM app. Players at the Bellagio Poker Room earn $2 in comps per hour at the table.

How Rewards are Calculated

In the long run, the house keeps a piece of every dollar a gambler puts at risk in a casino. That’s why employees at Las Vegas casinos are happy to offer rewards to loyal gamblers. Comps are based on the average dollar amount a player is expected to lose each day, known as average daily theoretical, or ADT. It’s unrelated to how much you actually win or lose.

To calculate your ADT at a table game, the pit boss observes your play. ADT is determined by the type of game you’re playing, your average bet, and how long you stay at the table. In the end, the casino comes up with a dollar figure representing how much it expects to win from you each day, and comps you around 20% to 30%  of that amount.

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How to get More Comps

Playing slots or video poker is the fastest way to earn MGM Rewards Points. You can’t get points without a Player’s Card, but there are still times it’s best not to use one—primarily, when you don’t plan to gamble long or invest much money. There’s a very real reason why. If you were to put $500 into play over five hours on a Saturday, then blow off $50 before your flight on Sunday, you’ll ruin your good rating. In situations like that, you should go ahead and play on Sunday—just don’t use your players card.

It may not be what you had planned, but you’ll earn the most comps by depleting your entire gambling budget in one day at the same casino. Gambling $600 during the same day will earn you a much higher rating and more free offers than betting $200 in chips each day for three days.

Back-End Comps

Hotel and casino guests who gamble a lot can request comps, and sometimes they will be granted. Charge everything to your room and before checkout, go to the rewards desk and ask to speak to a casino host. Ask them to review your play and see if they can remove any of your charges.

Always Take Advantage of Promotions

Start earning 2x Tier Credits during The MGM Rewards 2x multiplier promotion running from February 1st until April 30, 2022.  It’s good on all gaming play, as well as hotel, food and spa spend. The Bellagio periodically runs multiplier events. Whenever possible, it’s always a wise bet to get your gambling in during promotions.

Use a Casino Host 

Think of your casino host as you would a concierge at a hotel. A host will remember the things that you like and get you the best comps to suit those likes. Big betters are often pursued by casino hosts. If that hasn’t happened, a guest can ask the rewards desk to check his play to see if he qualifies for one.

Line of Credit

Most large casinos, including Bellagio, allow players to apply for a line of credit. This gives a player the freedom to gamble without carrying cash or being burdened by the constraints of daily ATM limits and fees. The minimum amount that can be requested is $2500. The application is on the resort’s website. If approved, the casino gives you a marker that can be traded to the dealer for chips. Typically, a player has 30 days to pay off a marker, although casinos prefer you settle up before check-out.

How to Spend my Rewards Credits

Redeem MGM Rewards Points for hotel stays, food, beverages, entertainment, spa treatments and more in any of over 20 MGM Resorts destinations in the United States. Also redeem points for experiences such as choosing the song that accompanies Bellagio’s Dancing Fountains or a private mixology lesson. You can redeem your Slot Dollars for freeplay.

Reward Tiers

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Sapphire – up to 19,999 Tier Credits

Guests automatically achieve Sapphire Tier status when they sign up for a Players Card. All tiers include personalized offers and room discounts.

Pearl  – 20,000 Tier Credits

Pearl Tier members are given a dedicated Line at Participating Buffets, a 10% Bonus on Points Earned Playing Slots, and complimentary concert tickets.

Gold – 75,000 Tier Credits

Gold brings with it waived resort fees when booking direct. Members also earn a 20% bonus on points earned playing slots, enjoy a priority hotel check-in line, complimentary room upgrades, 4pm late checkout when available, and a $100 tier achievement dinner.

Platinum – 200,000 Tier Credits

Platinum comes with all of the above, plus a $600 airfare credit, $200 tier achievement dinner and a 30% bonus on points earned playing slots. The second tier to the top also includes priority access to valet and taxi service along with a complimentary cruise.

NOIR – By invitation only

This prestigious level allows the chosen few to enjoy all the perks of the other tiers plus a 40% bonus on points earned playing slots. Benefits include up to a $1200 airfare credit, a $500 tier achievement dinner, and complimentary limo rides to and from the airport.

Protect your Rewards Credits

Sapphire members may lose points if they stop using the rewards card for six months. All other tiers have 12 months of inactivity until points are forfeited.

Games at Bellagio Casino

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Video Poker

Video Poker offers some of the best odds in the casino, and is a popular way to earn comps. To play, start with five cards on a video screen and choose which to keep or redraw. Press the hold button under each card you wish to keep, spin the reels and see your new poker hand. There are mathematically correct cards to hold on every hand.

Tip: Study strategy charts to learn how to always make the right move. Strategy charts are available online and in casino gift shops. You’re permitted to consult them while you play.


The Bellagio has three blackjack tables which use two decks and pay 3:2. The limits are $100 to $10,000, the dealer stands on soft 17 and double after split is allowed.

Six deck shoe games are in abundance with over ten open for business on the casino floor. Six of them pay 6:5, with bets from $25 to $10,000. Conditions include double after split, resplit aces, late surrender. and dealer stands on soft 17.

Four additional six deck tables pay 3:2. The limits are $50 to $10,000, dealer hits on soft 17 and late surrender is permitted. It’s ok to double after split and resplit aces.

There’s a right way to play every hand in blackjack. You’re up against the dealer and whoever can come the closest to 21 without busting wins. Basic strategy lowers the casino’s edge to 0.5% when followed perfectly. One basic strategy rule that may surprise you is standing on a 12. When you have a 12 and the dealer’s up card is 4 – 6, the correct move is stand. Also, stand when you have 13 and the dealer is showing 2 – 6. Basic strategy charts are available online and at casino gift shops, and it’s okaay to use them at the table as long as you don’t slow down the game.

Card counters make money when there are more high cards like 10 – ace left in the deck than low ones, like 2 – 6. When the count turns positive, a counter starts to raise his bets, and may play multiple hands at one time. When it turns negative, a counter will bet minimum or leave the table.


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Twenty-four hundred one-arm-bandits line the casino floor at the Bellagio. Among the most popular is the Megabucks with a jackpot that starts at $10 million and grows until someone claims the winning ticket. Nevada’s Megabucks Progressive Slot Machines are in the Bellagio and more than 125 casinos across the state. Before you set your sights on the jackpot, be aware that the payout percentage is much lower on progressive machines, so you will get fewer small payouts and lose more often. However, it only takes one spin on a progressive machine to win life-changing money.


A standard roulette wheel has 38 slots and it’s up to the players to bet on which slot the ball will land in. The slots are numbered one to 36, zero and double zero. Gamblers can also wager on odd/even, red/black and more. The dealer spins the wheel releasing a ball, and then it’s time to place your bets. Place a $10 chip on a single lucky number and it’s called a straight bet. Get your $10 back plus an additional $350 if you win. It’s a long shot, but at 35:1, it has the highest payout ratio at the table.

The Bellagio features a European, or single zero roulette wheel. The majority of casinos offer only double and triple zero wheels. A single zero wheel offers the player better odds because there are fewer slots for the ball to land in. The house edge at a single zero table is 2.7%, as opposed to a 5.26% house edge at a double zero game.


The craps table is the friendliest place in the casino. Around 90% of players bet the Pass Line, or with the shooter. When they roll a winning number, everyone wins.

The players take turns playing the role of  the shooter, and the first roll of your turn is called the come-out roll. Shooting a seven or 11 is called a natural and win. But rolling two, three and 12 are losing rolls. Hit a four, five, six, eight, nine or 10 and that becomes the come out point. To win, roll that number again before rolling a seven. Roll a seven first, lose the hand and your turn is over.

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Poker Room

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The Bellagio Poker Room is home to the annual World Poker Tournament Five Diamond World Poker Classic. Forty poker tables and two high-limit rooms fill this 7,000 square foot smoke-free space.The high-limit Legends Room is a two-table enclave named to honor poker’s greatest players.

Following are the games and stakes available at the Bellagio Poker Room:

No Limit Hold’em – 1-3, 2-5,  5-10, 10-20 and higher Limit Hold’em – 4-8, 9-18, 20-40, 40-80, 80-160 and higher Pot Limit Omaha – 1-3, 2-5, 5-10, 10-20 and higher 7 Card Stud – 20-40, 40-80 and higher Mixed Games – 4-8, 30-60, 40-80 and higher


The first thing you do in baccarat is guess who will win the hand, before the cards have even been dealt. Put your chips out for the player, the banker, or a tie. Next, the player and the banker are each dealt two cards face up. The best hand in the game of baccarat is a nine. If the player or banker draws an eight or nine, they win. If the totals are both nine or eight, it’s a tie. Draw any other number and the dealer consults the rule book. A bet on the banker gives the best odds in the game.

Pai Gow Poker

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Pai Gow Poker is a lot like traditional poker, but the ways in which the games are different are unusual. First, a five high straight beats a king high straight in Pai Gow. A wheel, or Ace – 5, is the second highest straight in Pai Gow, only behind 10 – ace. In Hold’em a wheel is the lowest straight.

Pai Gow Poker has also removed the royal flush from the top spot among poker rankings and replaced it with Five of a Kind. A Pai Gow Poker deck includes a joker that can be used to complete a straight or a flush. It can also be used as an ace to make five of a kind.

The Pai Gow Poker player has to make a two card hand and a five card hand. The five card hand has to out-rank the two card hand which can only consist of high cards or a pair.  Make two hands that beat both of the dealer’s hands to win.

Pai Gow

It’s played with dominoes instead of cards and it’s one of the most difficult games on the casino floor. To put it simply, four dominoes are dealt to each player, the dealer and each empty seat at the table. The players have to make two poker hands: a high hand and a second-high hand. Win by beating both the dealer’s high and low hands.

Let it Ride Poker

Let it Ride is a unique poker variant because you can pull back one of your bets after you’ve seen your hand, and pull back a second bet after the first community card is revealed. The other player’s cards are irrelevant, and so is the dealer’s hand. A win is based on a player’s ability to draw to a pair of 10’s or better.

After you look at your cards, tuck them under your first bet, if you like your hand, and Let it Ride. Otherwise, scratch them on the table to signal the dealer that you want to pull back your first bet. Two community cards which can be used by any player to improve the strength of his hand are face down on the felt. The first one is unveiled and the player chooses to let it ride or pull back his second bet, but the third bet remains on the table. After the dealer turns over the second community card, he reveals the player’s cards, and identifies winners.

Three Card Poker

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Win by making a higher three card poker hand than the dealer. The rankings are nearly identical to those used in traditional poker. The differences are that in Three Card Poker, three of a kind beats a straight and a straight beats a flush. Straights and flushes in this game only require three cards to complete.

The game starts when a gambler bets the ante and, in some cases, makes the Pair Plus side bet. He’s dealt three cards, and so is the dealer. After seeing his hand, he can raise or fold. If the player raises, the dealer turns over his cards. The dealer needs queen high to continue If he doesn’t qualify, only the ante pays. If the dealer qualifies, the higher poker hand wins. The ante and the raise pay even money. A strategy tip: Don’t fold too many hands. Raise if you’re dealt a Q-6-4 or better.

Pair Plus is an optional side bet on a player to draw a pair or better. The house advantage on this bet is 7.29%. Payouts start at even money for a pair and top off at  40:1 for a straight flush. A Six Card Bonus is a side bet that looks for the best five card hand you can make using all your cards and the dealer’s cards. It takes three of a kind or higher to win.


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The Bellagio has one of the highest sports betting limits on the Strip. The 5,600 square-foot BetMGM Sportsbook at Bellagio is elegant with a sense of intimacy. Place your bets and watch the show on more than 50 large screens and 99 individual racing monitors. Relax over a drink in the lounge, then go next door to Snacks for a sandwich. You can also choose to order food from any restaurant at the resort. You could almost say that taking a trip to this charming, smoke-free sportsbook is time well spent regardless of your wager’s outcome.

Club Privé – High Limit Lounge

Serious gamblers are treated to the old world luxury of Club Privé, the 24-hour high-limit lounge at the Bellagio Las Vegas casino. The room is detailed with Art Deco accents and a speakeasy-style bar serves players in the lounge.

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MGM has been all about upgrades at the Bellagio as of late. They revealed major room transformations in April 2021. Can you see yourself living it up on the house in one of these enticing new rooms? Bellagio can—and invites you to join the new MGM Rewards to make it a reality.

Bellagio Las Vegas Reviews



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Rated 4.7/5 based on reviews from all travelers.

Excellent romantic hotel. Close to Las Vegas Strip. Good for sightseeing and located near shopping areas. Awesome vibe. Great pool.

4.5 / 5
2984 reviews
Great location. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping. Great location. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping. Average parking. Standard parking prices.
4.5 / 5
2508 reviews
Awesome vibe. Friendly atmosphere. Awesome vibe. Friendly atmosphere. Stylish hotel. Hotel could use some updating. Pleasant entrance area. Luxurious Hotel. Nice for romantic trips. Luxury hotel. Good casino hotel.
4.2 / 5
3294 reviews
Well-equipped conference area and lovely hotel grounds. Nice grounds with great facilities for kids. Well-equipped conference area and lovely hotel grounds. Nice grounds with great facilities for kids. Beautiful architecture. Excellent terrace and entrance area. Outdated facilities, not accessible for those with handicaps. Smoking area is ok. Outdoor sports facilities are ok.
4.2 / 5
647 reviews
Clean pool area. Clean pool area.
3.8 / 5
8 reviews
Great efforts to be sustainable. Waste reduction efforts are adequate. Great efforts to be sustainable. Waste reduction efforts are adequate.
3.7 / 5
3399 reviews
Fine management, and professional, friendly service. Average wait staff and housekeeping. Fine management, and professional, friendly service. Average wait staff and housekeeping. Room service is average. Recreation staff is nice. Great hotel security. Booking process should be better organized. Great concierge service. The bar needs better service. Valet service is ok. Pool/beach service is ok.
3.6 / 5
1238 reviews
Very comfortable with excellent beds and big bathrooms. Deficient A/C and too noisy rooms. Very comfortable with excellent beds and big bathrooms. Deficient A/C and too noisy rooms.
3.4 / 5
4487 reviews
Somewhat clean rooms with average balconies, yet lovely views. Rooms are badly-kept, and old, with poor furniture, but nice beds. Somewhat clean rooms with average balconies, yet lovely views. Rooms are badly-kept, and old, with poor furniture, but nice beds. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Guests complained about kitchenettes, minibars, TV's, and A/C. Shower can be a problem.
3.2 / 5
178 reviews
Breakfast is decent but expensive. Breakfast is decent but expensive.
2.9 / 5
1668 reviews
Room cleanliness is acceptable. Pool area is clean, but dining area and rooms are not. Room cleanliness is acceptable. Pool area is clean, but dining area and rooms are not.
2.6 / 5
34 reviews
Regular internet service. Regular internet service.
1.9 / 5
1308 reviews
Value for money could be better. Food and beverages are pricey. Value for money could be better. Food and beverages are pricey. High priced breakfast.

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  • Friendly atmosphere
  • Pleasant hotel grounds
  • Stylish hotel
  • Nice building

Rated 4.2/5 based on reviews from families.

Good fitness area.Great efforts to be sustainable.

4.3 / 5
423 reviews
Great location. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Great location. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Great sightseeing, restaurants and shopping nearby.
3.5 / 5
530 reviews
Reception and service are alright. Mostly friendly and professional service, but bad restaurant service. Reception and service are alright. Mostly friendly and professional service, but bad restaurant service. Room service could have been improved. Management is acceptable. Great hotel security. Recreation staff is nice. Great concierge service. Booking process should be better organized.
3 / 5
28 reviews
Breakfast is decent but expensive. Breakfast is decent but expensive.
3 / 5
797 reviews
Rooms with great views and excellent beds. Badly cleaned and maintained rooms with poorly rated A/C and TVs. Rooms with great views and excellent beds. Badly cleaned and maintained rooms with poorly rated A/C and TVs. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Rooms look old, with poor kitchenettes, minibars and furniture. Shower can be a problem.
2.4 / 5
306 reviews
Rooms and bathrooms are untidy, but pool area is clean. Moderately clean hotel facilities. Rooms and bathrooms are untidy, but pool area is clean. Moderately clean hotel facilities.
1.5 / 5
211 reviews
Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining. Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining.
1.4 / 5
6 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • Booking process should be better organized
  • Good fitness area
  • Great efforts to be sustainable
  • Great concierge service

Rated 4.2/5 based on reviews from couples.

Near city centre.Great desserts & fruits.

4.5 / 5
326 reviews
Great location. Great sightseeing, restaurants and shopping nearby. Great location. Great sightseeing, restaurants and shopping nearby. Decent, but pricey, parking.
4.1 / 5
86 reviews
Great pool. Great pool.
3.3 / 5
564 reviews
Decent, spacious rooms with comfy beds and excellent views. Rooms are outdated, untidy, badly-maintained with substandard furniture. Decent, spacious rooms with comfy beds and excellent views. Rooms are outdated, untidy, badly-maintained with substandard furniture. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Guests complained about kitchenettes, minibars, TV's, and A/C. Shower can be a problem.
3.2 / 5
272 reviews
Reception and service are alright. Service is professional and friendly. Reception and service are alright. Service is professional and friendly. Room service could have been improved. Recreation staff is nice.
3 / 5
30 reviews
Breakfast is average. Breakfast is average.
2.2 / 5
177 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Moderately clean hotel facilities. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Moderately clean hotel facilities.
1.9 / 5
5 reviews
Complaints about WiFi. Complaints about WiFi.
1.5 / 5
153 reviews
Value for money could be better. Food is a bit overpriced. Value for money could be better. Food is a bit overpriced.

Good to know

  • Near city centre
  • Great desserts & fruits
  • Great shopping
  • Spacious bathroom

Rated 4/5 based on reviews from solo travelers.

Luxurious Hotel.Awesome vibe.

4.4 / 5
25 reviews
Great location. Great location.
4.3 / 5
5 reviews
Great pool. Great pool.
4.1 / 5
17 reviews
Awesome vibe. Luxurious Hotel. Awesome vibe. Luxurious Hotel.
3.6 / 5
17 reviews
Friendly service, and reception was okay. Friendly service, and reception was okay.
3.2 / 5
48 reviews
Beds and views are impressive, but cleanliness just so-so. Bathroom could be optimized. Beds and views are impressive, but cleanliness just so-so. Bathroom could be optimized. Shower can be a problem.
3.1 / 5
6 reviews
Breakfast is average. Breakfast is average.
2.8 / 5
16 reviews
Room cleanliness is acceptable. Moderately clean hotel facilities. Room cleanliness is acceptable. Moderately clean hotel facilities.
2 / 5
19 reviews
Value for money could be better. Value for money could be better.

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  • Luxurious Hotel
  • Shower can be a problem
  • Awesome vibe
  • Value for money could be better

Rated 4.1/5 based on reviews from business travelers.

Professional service.

4.6 / 5
18 reviews
Great location. Great location.
4.1 / 5
14 reviews
Nice building. Nice building.
3.4 / 5
30 reviews
Reception and service are alright. Service is professional and friendly. Reception and service are alright. Service is professional and friendly.
2.8 / 5
14 reviews
Room cleanliness is acceptable. Room cleanliness is acceptable.
2.7 / 5
44 reviews
Rooms acceptably clean, but needing maintenance, with poor bathrooms. Great view. Rooms acceptably clean, but needing maintenance, with poor bathrooms. Great view.
1.6 / 5
15 reviews
Value for money could be better. Value for money could be better.

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  • Food is a bit overpriced
  • Professional service
  • Minibar can be a problem
  • Rooms in need of an update

FAQs about Bellagio Las Vegas Hotel

Where is Bellagio Las Vegas?

Bellagio Las Vegas is found at 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States - browse our map of the Las Vegas Strip.

Does the Bellagio have a pool?

Yes, there are three swimming pools at the hotel. Bellagio is one of many hotels with swimming pools on the Strip.

What is Bellagio famous for?

Bellagio has some of the most famous attractions on the Strip, such as the Bellagio Fountains and the breathtaking conservatory. Read more secrets about Bellagio to learn about this luxury hotel.

Does Bellagio have balcony rooms?

Yes, Bellagio does have balconies. However, some of them are closed off to guests. Read more about balconies on the Strip to understand balcony options in Las Vegas Boulevard hotels.

How much does it cost to stay at Bellagio?

As one of the luxury hotels in Las Vegas, the nightly prices at Bellagio can cost well into triple digits.

Can you smoke at Bellagio Hotel Las Vegas?

Yes. Bellagio has two smoking floors and inside certain bars and spots in the casino. Read more about smoking hotels on the Strip to understand the resort’s smoking policies.

How many games does Bellagio have?

Bellagio is home to one of the most diverse casinos on the Strip when it comes to gambling. Enjoy a wide selection of slots and other table games including roulette, craps and Pai Gow.

What casino is closes to Bellagio Las Vegas?

Bellagio Resort is close to other notable casinos such as Caesars Palace and Paris Las Vegas, and there are several things to do near Bellagio to continue the Strip fun.