Bellagio Las Vegas

Overview: There’s a reason Ocean’s Eleven chose the Bellagio for the location of their film. It is the epitome of Vegas opulence. While Wynn Las Vegas down at the other end cost more to build, the Steve Wynn’s previous darling has a greater ambiance of luxury. Maybe it’s the high end designers in Via Bellagio like Prada, Hermes, and Tiffany that create the pampered air, or maybe it’s the Tuscan glow of the interior. That said, it could be the amount of money being passed at the tables. Whatever it is, it works. You’d be hard pressed to find many Vegas veterans who wouldn’t stay at Bellagio if they had their pick of the lot.

Price Range: High rollers

Shows: “O” (Cirque du Soleil)

Light, Caramel, and the Fontana Bar




Restaurants: Julian Serrano’s Picasso, Michael Mina, Le Cirque, Olives, Sensi, Fix, and Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s steakhouse.

Known for….their fountains.

The one thing… If you like to spa, you don’t want to miss out on the Bellagio’s Spa. It is the newest, largest (until Canyon Ranch finishes theirs), and one of the most luxurious. Beyond the ultimate spa amenities veteran spa-goers might expect, you’ll also find a peaceful meditation room, facility for kick-boxing, yoga, and special water treatments.


3600 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas NV 89109