Bellagio Las Vegas Hotel

The Bellagio Las Vegas offers 3,933 rooms and suites, 100,000 square-feet of gaming, five pools and more than a dozen restaurants. The Bellagio debuted a $165 million renovation in March 2015. Pull into the porte cochere off Las Vegas Blvd., three miles from the airport.

Self parking and valet are available at additional charge. Bellagio guests are greeted by 2,000 handmade glass flowers by artist Dale Chihuly. The display covers the lobby ceiling and weighs about 40,000 pounds. Check in to one of 3,933 rooms and suites at the registration desk just beyond the display.

The bedroom of a Bellagio Suite features a king bed, bench and regal headboard. A chaise lounge sofa in a Bellagio Suite offers views outside and easy reach to the bedside table and lamp. An iHome docking station comes by the bed in a Bellagio Suite. The bedroom of a Bellagio Suite offers a 55-inch flatscreen HDTV and chair. A bathroom in a Bellagio Suite features a wide, marble countertop vanity. Lanovera facial soap is provided in a bathroom in a Bellagio Suite. And, of course, you can play the favorite casino here.

One of two bathrooms in a Bellagio Suite offers a whirlpool tub. Bath Salts and Lanovera body wash are also provided. A walk-in shower is in the second bathroom of a Bellagio Suite. Toiletries, including shaving cream and a razor, are on-hand in the bathroom.

A Bellagio Suite offers seating for five, a flatscreen TV and window views in the living area. The open space includes a work space, storage and art. The desk offers seating for two, a lamp and connectivity. An ice bucket, bottle opener and glasses are on-hand in a Bellagio Suite. Custom sweet and savory snacks and water bottles are available in a Bellagio Suite.

The guest bathroom in a Bellagio Suite offers a single vanity with a marble countertop. A Bellagio Suite closet includes a safe, bathrobe and hair dryer. A lint brush and sewing kit are available in a Bellagio Suite. A standard room with two queen beds offers floor-to-ceiling windows, bold colors and marble countertops. A standard room includes a table with two chairs opposite the beds.

The bathroom in a standard room features a double vanity with marble countertops and lighted mirrors. The bathroom in a standard room includes a walk-in, marble-tiled shower. Lanover and Gillette toiletries are available in the bathrooms in standard rooms.

A well-stocked mini-fridge is available in a standard room. After checking into your room, head back down toward the lobby to walk through the conservatory. The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden features a new display each season. This summer’s was ocean themed. The making and installation of the 15,000 gallon aquarium in the summer display was featured on Animal Planet’s ‘Tanked’ television show.

Guests can actually walk through the aquarium. Seahorses, starfish, jellyfish and whales are made from plants. The summer display boasts 80,000 blooming plants and 600 shrubs. Fish swim suspended from the ceiling in the ocean-themed iteration. The conservatory is free to walk through for all visitors.

A courtyard behind the registration desk is seasonally decorated to match the display at the Conservatory & Botanical Garden. Debbie Brooks of the UK looks over the world’s largest chocolate fountain in Jean Philippe Patisserie. Jean Philippe Patisserie offers an array of chocolate products from the world famous pastry chef just beyond the conservatory. Harvest by Roy Ellamar opened in December 2015 offering seasonal, farm-to-table fare. The dining area feels open with glass dividers and is surrounded by natural design elements.

A Chef’s Table is set for a tasting at Harvest. The bar at Harvest offers two happy hours, called Harvest Hours, a night with drink specials and light fare from the roaming snack wagon. Lago by Julian Serrano opened in April 2015 and serves Italian. The dining room overlooks the Fountains of Bellagio.

Lago by Julian Serrano features an open kitchen with a beautifully tiled oven. One dining area in Lago by Julian Serrano offers a view of the 750 bottles of wine available. Lago’s design creates a bright, airy, coastal feel for sharing Italian small plates. Chef Julian Serrano’s French restaurant with Spanish influences, Picasso, has been awarded the AAA Five Diamond Award, two Michelin stars and four Forbes stars. Make a reservation at Prime Steakhouse for fine dining from iconic chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten and executive chef Robert Moore. Misters keep guests cool in the hot summer months on the Prime patio.

Prime offers patio dining with front row seats to the Fountains of Bellagio. The Bellagio’s Mediterranean-themed pool deck is breathtaking. The Bellagio hosts five outdoor pools. Guests can reserve daybeds or cabanas on the main pool deck where a pool bar and cafe, and poolside massages are all available. Plush lounge chairs also offer relaxation around the pool.

The Cypress pool, open to guests 18-years-old and up, offers two daybeds, lounge chairs and a fountain. The Bellagio hosts 51 cabanas throughout the pool area. A pool cabana boasts a chaise lounge and lounge chair, TV, reading, a dining table for four and more. The pool area also offers four whirlpool spas. A whirlpool spa features greenery, a fountain statue and vases.

A garden in the pool area shows the lush landscaping. The pool courtyards are serene and secluded. The lobby of Salon Bellagio displays beauty products and apparel for purchase.

Salon Bellagio offers hair and makeup services in a regal setting. Salon Bellagio also offers nail services, waxing, microdermabrasion and more. A manicure area in the salon offers comfortable seating, mirrors and marble countertops.

Barber Johnnie Williams poses in a private barber room with a customized antique barber chair. A variety of accessories are for sale at Salon Bellagio. The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art features intimate exhibitions that change every every few months.

The Via Bellagio shopping area features 11 high-end retailers, such as Chanel. A patio offers shaded outdoor seating. A patio offers relaxation and a photo opp. Guest wait for a fountain show with views of more Vegas attractions from the Strip. Guests watch the famous Fountains of Bellagio, which put on a show every half hour.