Habitually listed among the top 10 casinos in Las Vegas, Bellagio has amazed visitors since its opening in October 1998. The theme here is Tuscan and before even entering the casino or hotel, folks can’t help noticing the choreographed water-fountain shows outside the edifice. Beyond this, there are two five-diamond restaurants (as ranked by AAA) in the Picasso and Le Cirque; what else would you expect from owners MGM Resorts International?
In terms of gaming, Bellagio has everything you'd expect from a top-flight Sin City casino. The 2,200-plus slot machines and video poker games include everything from old-fashioned one-armed bandits to progressive jackpot slots. Table games on offer include blackjack, roulette, craps, baccarat, three-card poker, Pai Gow (poker and tiles) and Let It Ride. The exclusive Club Privé offers high-limit gaming.
Poker is prominent on the Bellagio gaming menu as well, with World Poker Tour events held at the casino, and a poker room boasting 40 tables situated on 7,000 square feet. Sportsbook and racebooks are well-covered at the Bellagio as well.
If you’ve never been to the Bellagio, well, why not? Try this one once and you’ll understand why the Bellagio enjoys such a sterling reputation.