Despite being inspired by the villages of Europe, the Bellagio holds Las Vegas’s unashamedly brash sense of luxury at its core.
Right in the centre of Sin City’s famous Strip, the Bellagio and its dancing fountain shows are attractions in themselves. You’ll have the lights and delights of Las Vegas on your doorstep from the rattling slot machines of the casinos to the obsequious maître d’s of the fine-dining restaurants. However, look a bit closer and you’ll find the hidden charms of classic car collections and art galleries.
In true Las Vegas fashion, rooms are decorated in everything from muted silvers and blues to explosions of burnished gold. Why not complement the decadence of the interiors with a view of the Bellagio fountain and lights display or, for the true high roller experience, book into a suite. The Executive Parlor is a particular highlight, complete with pool table and a five-screen sports viewing station.
With three Michelin starred restaurants, among a host of other fine-dining options, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Picasso, the hotel’s two star pièce de résistance, blends French and Spanish influences while its mere one Michelin-starred restaurants, Le Cirque and Michael Mina, serve French cuisine and contemporary seafood respectively. Elsewhere, you’ll find everything from experimental Japanese dishes to live-action cooking stations serving up indulgent buffets.
Escape from the bustle of Sin City in a poolside café or take a dip in the luxurious spa and salon. The hotel also invites all the excitement of the Strip inside, with a casino favoured by poker pros and everything from VIP bars to sophisticated lounges, ideal for relaxing with a cocktail after a large win or heavy loss. In the Bellagio’s theatre, reminiscent of a European opera house, the resident Cirque du Soleil performs twice daily, from Wednesday to Sunday.
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