Las Vegas Strip is a great choice for travellers interested in shopping, nightlife and atmosphere. Set behind the famous Fountains of Bellagio, this luxury Las Vegas Strip hotel and casino offers an upscale day spa, multiple dining options and elegant rooms with marble en suite bathrooms.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
Room Only (5 nights)
The richly-decorated rooms of the Bellagio are equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV and electronic drapes. Soft bathrobes, a minibar and an iPod docking station are included.
Bellagio guests can experience a variety of treatments at the spa or enjoy a massage beside one of 5 beautiful courtyard pools. Lush botanical gardens and a fine art gallery are open for viewing.
A wide-range of dining options is offered, including Michael Mina's fine dining restaurant, al fresco dining with fountain views at Picasso and contemporary Japanese dishes at Yellowtail. Sophisticated boutique shops and The Bank Nightclub are also within the hotel.
Conference rooms are also available at Bellagio.
The Las Vegas Bellagio is 3 miles from the McCarran International Airport. Las Vegas Strip is a great choice for travellers interested in shopping, nightlife and entertainment.
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