Bellagio Las Vegas Gets a Fall Makeover

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The Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas is now taking reservations for its newly remodeled Resort Rooms, the first to be completed in a $40 million renovation of its Spa Tower accommodations, which began late August (from about $160 to $700 per night). All of the tower’s 928 rooms and suites—including 12 penthouse suites, three 1,900-square-foot two-bedroom Bellagio Suites, and a Chairman and a Presidential Suite, 4,000-square-feet each—will feature completely new decor and amenities, from the walls and furnishings to updated electronics. Additionally, the Bellagio will unveil three new Executive Hospitality Suites at the beginning of November, which will each occupy 2,500 square feet, and include a private billiards lounge and home theater. (888.987.6667, www.bellagio.com)

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