Bellagio Hotel Information
Rooms: 3,933 rooms, including 512 suites.
Floors: Main tower: 36 floors; The Spa Tower: 33 floors.
Casino: 150,000 square feet of gaming with more than 130 casino gaming tables and over 2,300 slot/video poker machines.
Poker room: 40-table room; daily tournament entry from $100.
Race & sports book: 200-seat facility with 137 televisions and four big screens.
Dining: 20 restaurants/quick bite options.
Attractions: Fountains of Bellagio, Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, Gallery of Fine Art.
Shows: "O" by Cirque du Soleil.
Other entertainment: Pianists perform nightly at Petrossian Bar just off the lobby area.
Clubs: Hyde Bellagio and The Bank.
Shopping: Via Bellagio, an avenue of upscale retail, is home to 10+ specialty shops such as Dior, Giorgio Armani, Gucci and Prada.The Bellagio Promenade Shops contains 5+ stores, including Bellissimo and Capri.
Pool: Five pools and four Jacuzzis in a quiet setting; daybeds and more available at Cypress Premier Lounges.
Spa: Spa at the Bellagio features 50 treatment rooms as well as a full-service salon.
Health club: Fitness center within the spa area; fitness classes are also offered for a fee.
Wedding chapel: Wedding Chapel at Bellagio offers two chapels.
Convention rooms: More than 200,000 square feet of meeting and convention facilities, including the 45,000-square foot Grand Ballroom and 22,000-square foot Bellagio Ballroom.
Business center: Yes.
Internet: Wireless access included in all rooms; Wi-Fi available at casino level.
Pets: Dogs are allowed for an extra charge of $175 per pet, per night. Max 2 per room (up to 75 lbs).
Wheelchair-accessible rooms: Yes.
Check in: 3 p.m.
Check out: 11 a.m.
Incidental Deposit: $150 per night.
Parking Free, four-story self-parking deck located off Las Vegas Boulevard; valet available at front entrance.
About Bellagio: Perhaps most known for its famous fountain show, the Bellagio has been impressing patrons with luxury accommodations since opening in 1998. The resort's name and design was inspired by a town in northern Italy. With this high-end European theme present throughout 116,000 square feet, it's no wonder that the Bellagio was the most expensive hotel yet built when construction ended. The Bellagio offers spa and salon treatments to relax and rejuvenate, a 200,000 square-feet meeting and function space, a wide array of designer retail outlets and award-winning restaurants.