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Bellagio Hotel & Casino :: Las Vegas, Nevada

June 11, 2010 by  
Category: Hotels

Reserve a Room at The Bellagio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas is full of amazing, unique hotels and the Bellagio is one of those that stand out amongst the pack. This luxurious 50 story award winning hotel and casino on the Vegas Strip has one of the most interesting and elegant interiors you will find in the city of sin. Inspired by the Lake Como resort in Bellagio, Italy, the Bellagio Hotel & Casino features a beautiful lake that sits between the hotel and the Strip. Created by Steve Wynn and Mirage Resorts, Inc and opened in 1998, Bellagio replaced the once legendary Dunes hotel and casino.

Perhaps its most famous feature is the Fountains of Bellagio; a massive dancing water fountain synchronized to music and located in the lake in front of the hotel. The fountain performances are visible from various spots on the strip and take place every 30 minutes in the afternoon and early evening and then every 15 minutes from 8 PM to midnight. The Fountains of Bellagio feature over 1,200 water nozzles and can be coordinated with over 4,500 lights to create some of the most incredible displays. As with all great casinos in Vegas you must have a killer show to comp those high rollers with and Bellagio has something very fitting. It is the home to “O”, Cirque du Soleil’s aquatic presentation which features an international cast of world-class acrobats, synchronized swimmers, divers and characters perform in, on and above water to create a breathtaking experience.

For your nightlife needs Bellagio provides all kinds of fun, from high-energy to more intimate experiences. Dining is also unrivaled at Bellagio, with a variety of AAA Five Diamond-awarded restaurant options at your fingertips. With its various formal and casual dining options there is bound to be something that will please your palate. The Bellagio’s casino places you in a sophisticated atmosphere which features a variety of slots, table games, and Race & Sports Book wagering to the World Poker Tour. High rollers can enjoy Club Privé, the exclusive high-limit lounge that provides a combination of seclusion and luxurious amenities including a speakeasy-style bar with one the most exclusive selections of spirits in the world.

With 3,933 guest rooms and suites in this amazing AAA Five Diamond Award-winning Las Vegas hotel there is plenty of room for all kinds of guests who are looking to enjoy a vacation of luxury, pampering and of course gambling. For those who want to experience the finer things in life a stay at the Villas of Bellagio is a must. There are nine villas and they are available in two sizes; a 6,500 sq ft 2 bedroom, 5 bathroom version & a 8,000 sq ft 3 bedroom 7 bathrooms version. All of these amazing villas feature an in-suite workout facility, massage room, dry sauna, private hair salon, dual fireplace, an amazing private terrace and garden with a pool and whirlpool and much more. With so many options on the Vegas Strip the Bellagio provides guests with one of the most refined experiences available.

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Retail Price: $23.00
Amazon Price: $5.00

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