Bellagio Las Vegas

Since its opening in 1998, Bellagio Las Vegas has been scooping up awards. This 8.5-acre lake that magically rises up in the middle of the desert with 1,200 plus dancing water fountains playing every 15 to 30 minutes throughout the day, the magnificent butterflies in the botanical garden, the on-site Chanel and Prada boutiques, all these attractions have become a must-see for anyone visiting Vegas.

Begin your memorable experience with an unbelievably comfortable bed with baby-soft sheets, the fantastic Italian marble bathroom with black granite countertops and a deep soaking tub that remains a highlight, the Bellagio's luxe 55,000-square-foot onewith 56 treatment rooms and a separate candlelit meditation room, the 6,000-square-foot fitness centerknown among the best in Vegas, and Bellagio’s five pools, four whirlpools, and 52 cabanas, all inside a beautiful courtyard.

Bellagio features two luxury mini-malls: The 42,000-square-foot Via Bellagio boasts high-end luxury boutiques like Chanel, Tiffany & Co., Gucci, Prada, and Fred Leighton. The smaller, five-store Via Fiore includes the swanky garden store Giardini. Add to your amusement one of a kind educational journey when you stop by The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art house, works by Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, and Frank Stella.

Bellagio Las Vegas Hotel upholds a five star formal service allowing its Guests to earn as imperial as these special treatments can be.