3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV | 888-987-6667 | Bellagio Casino
The Bellagio Fountains greet guests on Las Vegas Boulevard. Inside is the conservatory, which changes seasonally, and a large selection of restaurants and entertainment, including the casino floor. The casino offers a selection of live table games, slots, video poker, live poker, and a BetMGM Sportsbook. A tram connects Bellagio with Aria and Park MGM.
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There is a large selection of slots, video poker, and table games at Bellagio. By using their MGM Rewards card, players may receive slot play and member offers. Bellagio offers some of the best $1 video poker in Las Vegas. Its bar top video poker is also competitive at these and higher limits.
Bellagio also has a 40-table poker room and a BetMGM Sportsbook. The 5,600-square-foot sportsbook has 38 sports bar flatscreens and 6 large screens for sporting events. Additionally, there are 7 large screens for racing events and 99 individual racing carrels. It is among the largest Las Vegas Strip sportsbooks.
At Bellagio, table games include baccarat, blackjack, craps, pai gow poker, Pai Gow Tiles, roulette, and Three Card Poker. Table games usually start at $15 at Bellagio. Games with better odds tend to start at $25 and $50.
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There is a 40-table poker room at Bellagio. Cash games and tournaments are dealt. The poker room is next to the sportsbook. Learn more in our Bellagio poker room review.
Entertainment at Bellagio
There are multiple forms of entertainment at Bellagio. The Fountains of Bellagio dance in carefully choreographed patterns to music. The free water show takes place every 30 minutes starting at noon on weekends and 3pm on weekdays and holidays, then every 15 minutes from 7pm until midnight. Another free attraction is the Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. The 14,000-square-foot gardens feature four seasonal displays.
O by Cirque du Soleil is a 90 minute-aquatic-themed Cirque du Soleil show that immerses audiences into a dream world of acrobats, synchronized swimmers, divers, and other marine characters in, on, and above a 1.5-million-gallon pool. It is a family-friendly show.
In Bloom is currently on display at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art through September 10. This vibrant display offers unique explorations of rebirth, identity, abstraction, humanity, and forces that move us to collective change. Cultivating a garden of metamorphosis, this exhibition presents a diverse array of artists whose perspectives are materialized through painting, sculpture, and photography.
It is open seven days a week from 10am until 6pm, with the last admission at 5:30pm. Accompanied minors are welcome. Tickets start at $20.
Dining and drinks at Bellagio
There is a large selection of restaurants at Bellagio. Many are close to the casino floor. Some dining options have a view of the Bellagio fountains. Limited dining is also available in the conservatory.
- Bellagio Patisserie – Resort casual. French cuisine.
- The Buffet at Bellagio – Resort casual. Buffet.
- The Garden Table – Business casual. Conservatory dining.
- Harvest – Business casual. American cuisine.
- Jasmine – Business casual preferred. Cantonese cuisine.
- Juice Press – Casual quick bites. Juices.
- LAGO by Julian Serrano – Business casual. Coastal Italian fare.
- Le Cirque – Business elegance. French cuisine.
- The Mayfair Supper Club – Business casual. American cuisine.
- Michael Mina – Business casual. Seafood.
- Noodles – Resort casual. Pan-Asian cuisine.
- Picasso – Business elegance. French cuisine.
- Pool Café & Bar – Casual quick bites.
- PRIME Steakhouse – Business casual. Steak, seafood, and lamb.
- Sadelle’s Café – Resort casual. Brunch.
- Spago by Wolfgang Puck – Business casual. American cuisine.
- Starbucks – Quick bites. Coffee.
- Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant – Business casual preferred. Japanese cuisine.
Check-in: 3pm | Check-out: 11am | Resort Fee: $45 per night
There are around 4,000 rooms at Bellagio. Bellagio is a pet-friendly hotel. Property amenities include a fitness center, pool, and Spa.
The 510 square-foot standard rooms feature a single king or two queen beds. Upgraded rooms have additional amenities or views of the Bellagio Fountains. Guests looking for more space can reserve a Salone Suite with more than 850 square feet, up to 3,000 square feet in the Two Bedroom Grand Lakeview Suite.
Bellagio Casino FAQ
Is there a poker room at Bellagio?
There is a 40-table poker room at Bellagio. It is open 24 hours a day and deals cash games and tournaments.
Is there a sportsbook at Bellagio?
There is a BetMGM sportsbook at Bellagio. It also has a racebook and a large seating area.
What are the craps odds at Bellagio?
Bellagio allows up to 3-4-5 times odds at craps and crapless craps.
Does Bellagio deal 3/2 blackjack?
Bellagio has 3/2 blackjack near the craps pit and in the high limit salons.
Last updated: May 26, 2023