Bellagio at Las Vegas
Bellagio was conceived by Steve Wynn and built by his company, Mirage Resorts, Inc. following the purchase and demolition of the legendary Dunes hotel and casino in October 27, 1993 after the grand opening of Luxor Las Vegas.
Bellagio is named after a town on Lake Como in Italy where Wynn once vacationed with Paul Anka. Bellagio, which means "Elegant Relaxation", contains an eight acre lake filled with thousands of fountains which runs the length of her grounds.
Bellagio in Las Vegas is Italian-inspired surroundings of Bellagio’s five luxurious pools, two of which are lap pools. Relax among elegant lush citrus trees in extravagant imported Italian planters amidst sparkling pools and landscaped gardens. The two largest pools are heated; the temperature of the three smaller pools vary by season. Hand-carved Italian-style stone fountains and beautiful Mediterranean-designed tile enhance the breathtaking scenery. For additional relaxation, step into one of the four sumptuous whirlpools.
Misting systems around the Pool Cafe, whirlpool areas and in some cabanas to keep guests cool when the weather heats up. Four fully stocked bars offer specialty cocktails. Complimentary water is provided at various locations on the pool deck for guests. The Pool Cafe features a menu offering American favorites as well as Asian-inspired fare.