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Bellagio announced a few weeks back that it is investing $110 million to refresh the rooms and suites in the spa tower. Bellagio Resort & Casino has long been my favorite hotel in Las Vegas and we have stayed there dozens of times over the years. I have had weekend trips to Las Vegas where I hardly left the property because it had everything I could need or want including great restaurants, a casino, a nice spa, Starbucks, the Bellagio Water Show (my husband’s favorite), and an exclusive pool experience at the Cypress pool. Now, these new rooms give me another reason to return.
Bellagio recently renovated the 2,500 rooms in its Main Tower and now the Spa Tower will get the same treatment. The 819 rooms and 104 suites are slated to be completed in October, with the first rooms ready for guests in July.
According to Ann Hoff, President & COO of Bellagio:
Bellagio’s commitment to delivering unparalleled accommodations, experiences and guest service for our discerning guests from around the world is the hallmark of our brand promise. The Spa Tower’s beautiful and luxurious new suites and guest rooms will reinforce our position as one of the hospitality industry’s premier destinations.”
The renovation includes suite corridors with dramatic midnight blue doors and glowing handmade Italian light fixtures. Within the Spa Tower’s suites, neutral-colored wall coverings will be complemented by accent pieces in colors like garnet, azure, indigo, wisteria, dusty rose, peacock blue, and jade, which are inspired by Northern Italy.
The Spa Tower’s redesign includes all of the suites. Bellagio has many choices here including the 850-square-foot Salon Suites (I’ve stayed in these and love the design); 1,000-square-foot Bellagio Suites (another favorite with an amazing split couple’s bathroom); 1,500-square-foot Penthouses (I’ve stayed in one once and it feels massive); 1,500-square-foot two-bedroom Bellagio Suites; and 2,500-square-foot Executive Hospitality Suites, which feature billiards lounges and home theater living areas for entertaining (I’ve never stayed in the last two, but they sound amazing).
While the suites are impressive, the rooms are all expansive and a pleasure to stay in. The renovation was further described as:
The King Room will feature a palette emulating the sunrise reflecting on the water in a symphony of blues and greens. The Spa Tower’s Two Queen Room is designed around a lake sunset, integrating deep, calming tones with flickers of gold and amber. Both designs encompass strong, bold elements that are soothing and calming for guests either beginning or ending their day. Elevated design elements including luxurious marble floors, custom furnishings, illuminated bathroom mirrors inlaid with mother of pearl, and a separate soaking tub and shower will be the hallmark of the new guest room experience.
Throughout their stay, guests will notice multiple design elements inspired by Lake Como and the Bellagio Fountains: carpets emulating the water’s calm motion, headboards evoking the morning light rising over a quiet lake horizon or flowing water reflecting the golden hues of a sunset, lighted vanity mirrors resembling the soft curves of two overlapping water ripples, and corridor ceiling fixtures denoting the bubbling texture and geometric shapes of the Fountains’ water formations, amongst many others.”
Anthony’s Take: The Bellagio Resort & Casino is my go-to hotel in Las Vegas. Every time I enter, I feel at home. I can’t wait to see what the renovation looks like when I next return to the hotel.
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