Bellagio completes $70M renovation

The $70 million six-month renovation of the 2,568 rooms in the main tower of the Bellagio has been completed. The redesign was overseen by the MGM Resorts International Design Group.

The new rooms now feature three different color palates — indigo and silver, plum and tea green, and butterscotch and amber. The changes are expected to “further enhance the AAA Five Diamond guest experience at one of the world’s most iconic resorts,” the company said in a prepared statement.

The Resort King Rooms feature either an indigo and silver combination or a green tea and plum palette, while the Resort Queen Rooms welcome guests with an amber and butterscotch motif. All designs are also offered with the Lakeview option, overlooking the fountains of Bellagio.

The guest rooms in the Bellagio’s main tower have not been renovated since 2004. The spa tower and the hotel’s suites, which were renovated in 2007, were not part of the upgrade.

The remodel began in June 2011.


Bellagio exterior


Bellagio Amber


Bellagio Green Tea


Bellagio King Indigo


Bellagio King Indigo bath

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