The brand’s much anticipated Bellagio Shanghai, an investment by Suning Group, is scheduled to open soon near the city’s iconic Waibaidu Bridge.
“Bellagio has never left Las Vegas and our new hotel in Shanghai is very different to the one in Vegas, in terms of room capacity and staff size,” said Ronald Kang, area vice president of Bellagio Shanghai. “However, the special positioning of the brand remains unchanged as we are always committed to creating welcoming, timeless, sophisticated and remarkable experience for our guests.”
Located on the bank of the Suzhou Creek, Bellagio Shanghai is built to impress and inspire an elite clientele accustomed to experience the best.
Room categories at the 162-key hotel starts from deluxe, with a minimum size of 60 square meters, while all suites at a 100 square meters are tended by personal butlers. Some rooms and suites boast stylish, private terraces, as spacious as 90 square meters, from which the spectacular view of the vibrant Lujiazui skyline can be appreciated without obstruction. A 400-square-meter Presidential Suite, with its very own home theater, marks the pinnacle of class and sophistication.
Built on the success of the Las Vegas hotel, which is the most recognizable with its fancy lobby ceiling, a world’s largest chocolate fountain, as well as a marvellous dancing water fountain in front of the hotel, Bellagio Shanghai aims to grab a decent share of the city’s highly competitive luxury hotel market with its “Nothing Short of Unforgettable” guest experience, an all-time belief by the brand.
Unlike its mega-size sister hotel in Vegas, the passionate culinary team at Bellagio Shanghai is dedicated to providing guests with tasteful and innovative dining experience at its four distinctive F&B outlets, among which LAGO by Julian Serrano stands out as an indisputable highlight.
Regarded as one of the finest culinary talents across America, the award-wining Chef Serrano brings his Italian restaurant and casual dining concept all the way to Shanghai. Authentic Italian cuisine is served in a contemporarily designed dining room with an expansive outdoor terrace and guests may choose the Cupola for an even more unique and memorable dining experience.
Located at a fully restored 1920s heritage building, the hotel’s Chinese restaurant — Mansion on One — pays sincere homage to Shanghai’s legacy. Authentic and classic Cantonese and Shanghainese cuisine are served to pamper guests’ discerning tastebuds, while 11 private dining rooms with their own distinct color and decoration style help evoke nostalgic memories of old Shanghai in its golden days.
A throwback to Las Vegas, Cafe Bellagio is designed to recreate the traditional American diner experience with modern sensibilities. Its contemporary art deco and seasonal menu make it a perfect venue for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The Lounge, in the lobby, is the place where the Bellagio signature afternoon tea is served. Filled with an elegant and cozy ambience, it is ideal for both informal business meetings and light-hearted social gatherings.