Bellagio Las Vegas First Look & Tour – New Renovated Rooms for 2021 & Beyond!

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Bellagio Renovated Rooms Tour

Bellagio Renovated Rooms Tour 2021

Bellagio opened in 1998 and instantly became a classic among upscale hotels in Las Vegas. Since then the Strip has expanded quite a lot with competition from Wynn, Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Venetian and more. But Bellagio still holds its place as one of the most iconic properties in Vegas and in line with that reputation MGM Resorts is fully renovating all 2,568 guest rooms in the resort’s main tower.

I was recently invited to Bellagio to check out the room renovations and I was quite impressed, although I know some choices may be controversial. To start, you can find full footage of the newly renovated Bellagio rooms along with the hotel’s iconic Spring 2021 Conservatory display in our Bellagio renovated rooms tour video. Take a look!

Bellagio’s Room Re-Design

As part of Bellagio’s room design they made a few changes that are quite noticeable. First, they removed the desk in place of a multi-function table. People use their rooms to do so much more than work, so I think this is a good move. They also removed the bulky wardrobe and put in its place a built in closet. But this comes at a cost.

In order to make way for the closet, Bellagio has chosen to remove the separate tub and shower in the rooms. Instead, a very large shower now replaces the area where the tub was and the old shower has become the closet. It’s a bold move given the prevalence of separate tubs and showers in most high-end hotels, but the result is quite attractive.

Bellagio Premier King Renovated Room

Bellagio Renovated Rooms Tour

I was able to tour two different types of rooms. The Premier King room was inspired by the Sunrise and features many blue tones. I think I like the colors here a bit more than the 2 Queen room, however both are quite nice. The removal of bulky furniture has really opened up the room and it feels larger than before. Overall I think this is a win and I find the rooms quite modern and attractive.

Bellagio Premier Two Queen Renovated Room

Bellagio Renovated Rooms Tour

While both the Premier King and Premier Two Queen rooms are the same size at 510 square feet, you’ll notice the queen room feels smaller due to the second bed. This color pallet was inspired by the sunset’s yellow tones and feels quite modern and attractive as well. You’ll also find a built in closet in lieu of separate tub/shower, but I do hope some of the larger rooms are able to maintain both.

Other Bellagio Renovation Changes

Bellagio Renovated Rooms Tour

The hallway areas are also getting a big makeover at Bellagio with new carpet that mimics the Bellagio fountains. (Check it out in our video.) You’ll also find ceiling fixtures inspired by water droplets and a much more modern look compared to what has existed at the property. I personally love the new carpet in both the rooms and the hallways. What do you think?

Bellagio Renovated Rooms Tour – Bottom Line

Bellagio Las Vegas is undergoing a massive renovation which is seeing major changes to the hotel’s rooms. As part of the changes they are modernizing the rooms with less furniture and a much more contemporary look, however that has come at the cost of a separate tub and shower and a more traditional Italian theme. Overall I think this is a win for Bellagio. Don’t forget to check out my video for full views of the Bellagio’s renovated rooms and let me know what you think about them!

More Bellagio Renovation Photos

Shawn Coomer
Shawn Coomer
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  1. Sean, you did an excellent job depicting the rooms.
    The only thing you missed was opening the closet.
    I have not stayed at Bellagio for a long time.
    I recall my room had a private water closet.
    A built-in-the-mirror TV in the bathroom and 2 sinks.
    The lighting was poor. They had decorative lamps hanging over the
    sinks plus some other lights that did not really illuminate much.
    They invited me to stay in a Tower Fountain View King.
    I’ll be interested to see how it matches up with your video.
    I did not like their old closet set-up. It matched Encore’s.
    Anyway, can you describe how the new closet looks.
    I think it was just the door you showed.
    Thanks again for the preview of the rooms!

  2. I would definitely not stay in a room without a separate tub. Thanks for the heads up. Wynn is still the winner for me!

  3. Rooms are beautiful, love the upgrades. Do you know if the suites and PH rooms are being upgraded as well and when they’ll be finished. Thanks for the great commentating. I love the Conservatory.

  4. I love the Bellagio but not a fan of the remodel. No color, don’t like the gold and definitely don’t like them removing the tub. Removing the dresser not sure you didn’t show the closet. May have to rethink staying there this year.

  5. I have never used the tub so personally I like the huge shower. Not sure about the lack of the desk. I do work for a bit every day while I am out there. I guess the table will be fine altho there will be no light there without putting on a bigger room light I guess – so early morning work will be an issue with the wife sleeping. All in all I think the new rooms look nice tho

  6. Looks okay. My main issue with Bellagio is how low the ceilings are unless you are on a PH floor. I still prefer Aria for the most part.


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