The Bellagio offers a centrally-located, luxurious experience with a variety of entertainment and dining.We are reader-supported. We may earn a small commission if you purchase through our links.
By Jeremy Koering
Updated November 24, 2023
For a taste of luxury you can’t go wrong with Bellagio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The iconic resort is in the heart of The Strip, Bellagio stands proud with its fountains taking center stage.
Let me assure you, the quality is top-notch and the rooms are surprisingly affordable during the week. However, for me, the prices are overpriced on the weekend. You can find newer, more modern luxury resorts for the same price.
As for entertainment, Bellagio doesn’t disappoint. The nightly performances of “O” by Cirque du Soleil are not to be missed.
During the day, take time to explore the Bellagio Conservatory, Fountains, and Gallery of Fine Art. While there isn’t a traditional nightclub on-site, The Mayfair Supper Club offers excellent live entertainment over dinner and morphs into Mayfair After Dark for a club-like experience at night.
Conservatory Crowds: Nearly 20,000 people visit the Bellagio Conservatory every day, make sure to give yourself plenty of time if you plan on visiting.
There’s also an array of casino bars and lounges scattered throughout the resort. I personally recommend the Petrossian Bar if you’re looking for a more relaxed atmosphere.
You should expect to experience the epitome of Las Vegas luxury at Bellagio, complete with top-tier entertainment, dining, and a location that puts you right in the middle of all the action.
Pros & Cons
Bellagio Spa Tower vs. Resort Tower
The Spa Tower and Resort Tower at the Bellagio both offer luxurious accommodations, but they have some differences that might influence your choice.
The Spa Tower is located a bit farther south and set back from the main tower. The Spa Tower was also recently remodeled with tranquil mountain vistas and sunrise-inspired decor, providing a more serene atmosphere for relaxation.
On the other hand, the Resort Tower overlooks the Bellagio Fountains and are infused with the aesthetics of nature and provide more space to unwind. These rooms also offer panoramic views of the Las Vegas landscape source.
Both towers have their unique features and it ultimately depends on personal preference whether you would prefer the Spa or Resort Tower.
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