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The Bellagio is offering special group rate of $169/night (plus $25.00 daily resort fee) for all Connections 2014 for the following dates:
 
Tuesday (3/18), Wednesday (3/19) and Thursday, (3/20)

This group rate will be available until Monday, February 24, 2014 or until the room block is full (which ever comes first). We urge you to book your rooms at the Bellagio today!


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Cancellation Policy:It is the attendee's responsibility to submit a credit card number or a deposit equal to one (1) night's room rate plus tax as a guarantee at the time the reservation is made. Attendee's credit card will be charged the one (1) night's room rate plus tax at that time. Refunds will be issued on individual attendee's reservations canceled at least 48 hours prior to arrival in advance of the confirmed arrival date. All guaranteed reservations will be held until 6:00 a.m. PT only on the day after attendee's confirmed arrival date.
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FAST FACTS—The Bellagio
  • Bellagio was conceived by Steve Wynn and built by his company, Mirage Resorts, Inc. following the purchase and demolition of the legendary Dunes hotel and casino in 1993. Bellagio was designed by DeRuyter Butler and Atlandia Design. Construction on the Bellagio began in May 1996.[1][2] Bellagio had an original construction cost of US$1.6 billion.[3]
  • Bellagio opened on October 15, 1998, just before 11 pm, in a ceremony that was reported to cost US$88 million. The VIPs invited to the grand opening were expected to donate to The Foundation Fighting Blindness US$1,000 a person or US$3,500 a couple, which entitled them to an overnight stay at Bellagio's suite rooms.
  • Opening night's entertainment began with Steve Wynn giving a 40-minute welcome speech followed by the opening of the Cirque du Soleil production "O". Performing in Bellagio lounges that night were New York Cabaret and recording artist Michael Feinstein, George Bugatti, and John Pizarrelli. When it opened, it was the most expensive hotel ever built.
  • In 2000 it became an MGM Mirage property when Mirage Resorts merged with MGM Grand Inc. to create MGM Mirage. In 2010, the company was renamed MGM Resorts International in a move to go worldwide with its brands.
  • Bellagio employs approximately 8,000 people. In the fall of 2006, the casino floor was remodeled and new uniforms were issued, changing the original color scheme to a more elegant type.
  • Bellagio has won the prestigious AAA Five Diamond Award (the highest level of the AAA Diamond Ratings System for restaurants and lodgings) 11 times.
  • Bellagio completed a $70 million upgrade in December 2011, remodeling all of the main tower's 2,500 rooms.

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