Suite of the week – Bellagio Penthouse Suite at The Bellagio, Las Vegas

A trip to Vegas is incomplete without a night at The Bellagio. Centrally located on the Vegas Strip, the hotel brings to life all the glamour we’ve seen in the movies. With its eight-acre lake and dazzling musical fountains, a year-round entertainment calendar that includes names like Cirque du Soleil, a wide culinary spectrum featuring award-winning chefs like Julian Serrano, Michael Mina and Jean-George Vongerichten and an enviable nightlife with swanky bars like the Baccarat Bar and The Bank, The Bellagio remains the glitziest address in town. The hotel offers a wide selection of accommodation options with over 3,000 rooms and suites –yet ensuring guests have complete privacy. The property also houses the legendary Bellagio Casino, an art gallery, a botanical conservator and a 65,000-square-foot Spa and Fitness center.

Bellagio - Spa Tower - Penthouse Suite - Bedroom
Our suite pick of the week is the Bellagio Penthouse suite. Guests can begin their suite experience at check-in, in the Chairman’s Lounge, featuring hand stitched leather walls with a warm walnut wood trim and a stunning view of the hotel’s lush botanical gardens. The Penthouse Suites, spread lavishly over 1,536 square feet, are available as either a one or two-bedroom suite, which can further be connected to a Tower Deluxe room for your added family/ guests members. The Penthouse is decked in Bellagio-themed art décor and a marble foyer and can be tailored to the guests’ preferences with mood lighting, climate controls, reading lights, and automatic drape and sheer controls.

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Bellagio - Spa Tower - Penthouse Suite - Bathroom
The suite also houses an open living and dining area for six, a wet bar with refrigerator, deluxe Spa products, robes and slippers, separate illuminated makeup/shaving mirrors, and nightly turn-down service. State-of-the-art entertainment features include a 42-inch LCD with HDTV, iHome Clock Radio and in-room entertainment system with surround sound. The lush his and hers bathrooms in Italian marble features a bath with whirlpool, glass enclosed steam shower, powder room, and 18-inch LCD’s. The suite also offers a private work station with high-speed Wi-Fi, fax, multi-line and telephone.

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Besides the private registration, Bellagio’s Chairman’s Lounge welcomes guests for light refreshments in the morning, afternoon and evening. The lounge also offers complimentary business services, concierge services including limousine transport to and from the airport, line passes to Café Bellagio & The Buffet, show reservations with preferred seating, restaurant reservations with preferred seating, Spa/Salon appointments and nightclub VIP table reservations.

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– Cost: $459 (plus resort fee and tax)
– Size: 1,536 square feet
– Occupancy: 4

Why should you splurge on it?
Because it’s the Bellagio and no Las Vegas experience – from the Bellagio fountains to a night out at the Casino. Its glamorous offerings aside, the hotel boasts of one of the highest staff-to-guest ratios in town and so service and personal attention to their guests continues to be the hotel’s USP.

The Bellagio, Las Vegas,
3600 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109,
United States