Bellagio’s $70 Million Renovation Completed

The main tower’s rooms at the Bellagio have just finished undergoing a $70 million upgrade, and it looks unbelievably stunning!

The renovation took a total of six months, and commenced in June. All 2,568 rooms in the hotel’s main tower are now updated, and ready for visitors.

The new rooms were designed by the MGM Resorts International Design Group, and feature three distinct color palates: indigo and silver, plum and tea green, and amber and butterscotch.

Randy Morton, the president and chief operating officer of the Bellagio, commented in a statement “The feedback we’ve received so far has been incredible and we’re eager to welcome our loyal guests and first-time visitors to experience these new rooms.”

The last renovation the main tower rooms went through was in 2004. The actual last renovation prior to this major undertaking was in 2007, when the spa tower and the hotel’s suites were upgraded.

The newly renovated rooms are listed as deluxe resort rooms on the Bellagio website, and cost $20 to $30 more than the other Bellagio rooms that were not part of the grand make over. Rates are still very reasonable, with rates for the new deluxe resort rooms starting as low as $219.

Many other Las Vegas hotels have undergone upgrades in the last few years, so it was a great move on Bellagio’s part to do this for the hotel.

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