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Staying at the Bellagio Hotel in Vegas was a dream come true. Last week was my fourth trip to Vegas, but my first time staying at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino. Let’s just say “loved it” is a severe understatement, and I’m already counting down the days until I can go back.
I know booking a stay at the Bellagio is a splurge, and you may wonder if it’s worth it for your next trip to Vegas. In my opinion, it absolutely is!
A comfortable and luxurious stay enhances your weekend getaway or vacation experience. Plus, you cannot beat the views from their strip-view rooms, and the Bellagio’s location is so convenient.
Here is everything you need to know about staying at the Bellagio Hotel in Vegas.
You instantly take in the Bellagio’s grand lobby sites when you enter through the revolving doors. From the Cartier store to the signs for “Hermes – coming soon,” the entire lobby is a luxurious activity in itself. From designer boutiques to their signature shops, you will experience some of the best shopping (and people-watching) during your stay at the Bellagio.
In addition to their luxe property, the location is hard to beat!
The Bellagio Hotel & Casino is almost smack dab in the center of the strip. Since it’s directly in the middle of everywhere you’ll explore on the strip, it makes getting around super easy!
You can also easily access the Bellagio – CityCenter – Park MGM tram from the Spa Tower. We rode it to T-Mobile Arena to watch a Vegas Knights hockey game. Not only does it save your feet from added steps, but it also saves your wallet on Lyft rides.
On day one, we walked over 25,000 steps; on day two, we walked over 32,000. My feet were barking! I don’t even want to know our step count if we stayed anywhere else other than the Bellagio. The location is perfect!
My favorite shoes for trips with tons of walking:
The Bellagio spent $110 million renovating the rooms and suites in the Spa Tower. Only recently did they open for bookings, and I’m glad I got to secure a stay in an updated room.
We stayed in a Fountain View King room with the most beautiful view of the strip. It was exceptionally gorgeous at sunset when the sky changed colors over the mountains.
Our stay at the Bellagio was relaxing, with the most breathtaking fountain, mountain, and strip views. It was the best hotel experience of my four trips to Vegas thus far. I highly recommend staying at the Bellagio.
If you’d like to book the room in these photos and get the same views, we stayed in room 20-638.
Dining at the Bellagio
When dining at the Bellagio Hotel, you have many great options. They offer everything from quick snacks like Juice Press, Starbucks, or Bellagio Patisserie to fine dinings like PRIME or Picasso. I can only eat so much in two days, so I must make another trip to try more restaurants.
Here are your dining options at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino:
- PRIME Steakhouse – Steakhouse
- Picasso – French
- Spago – American
- The Mayfair Supper Club – American
- The Garden Table – American
- Michael Mina – Seafood
- Sadelle’s Café – American
- LAGO by Julian Serrano – Italian
- Le Cirque – French
- Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge – Japanese
- Harvest – American
- Jasmine – Cantonese
Amenities/Activities at the Bellagio
There is a gorgeous pool you have access to as a hotel guest. Cabanas and day beds are available to reserve, too, which can be done directly on their website.
Whether you are into sportsbook betting, slot machines, or casino tables, there is something for every gambler to enjoy.
Spa & Salon
If you are the type of person who likes to take time to relax on trips, you will love booking a facial or massage at their spa.
Bars, nightclubs, and sportsbooks are all open late if you want to keep the party going into the wee hours of the morning.
Visiting Las Vegas feels like the grown-up version of going to Chuck E. Cheese. Yes, I’m a 90’s kid, and when I think of gambling, Chuck E. Cheese is the first place that comes to mind.
Of all my trips to Vegas, this trip staying at the Bellagio has been the best experience by far! I traveled to Vegas for my 21st birthday, again on a group trip during spring break in college, and once for a girl’s weekend. My stay at the Bellagio was quite the upgrade from my previous trips.
If you prioritize luxury experiences on vacation, you must also stay here. The lobby is gorgeous, and you can spend hours sipping coffee and walking the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. Plus, the best food, gambling, and shopping are all under one roof, and it’s in the best location on the Vegas Strip.