The Bellagio is beautiful. The first time I stepped foot on this property my mouth just dropped. What fascinated me most was the glass sculpture on the ceiling at the check in area. Every time that I’m here, I have to stop by and glance at it. It’s a chandelier called Fiori Di Como by Dale Chihuly. This piece is comprised of 2,000 hand-blown glass blossoms of various colors. It’s just stunning.
Another showstopper that sets the Bellagio apart from other hotels is their botanical garden. It’s in the front, right before the entrance to the hotel. They have a theme for every season. I was there in October, so they did a fall/Halloween theme. They had a talking tree and scarecrows. It was the cutest.
The most popular reason that people flock to the Bellagio is for the famous Bellagio Fountains. It starts at 3pm and runs until midnight, with a show every half hour. It’s a watershow that is synced with accompanying music. It’s amazing to watch. It’s as if the water is dancing. It forms shapes and goes in circles, then it sprouts high into the sky. It’s even prettier at night with the added lights.
Bellagio Hotel And Casino
3600 LAS Vegas Boulevard South,
Las Vegas, NV
Bellagio overlooks a Mediterranean-blue, eight-acre lake in which fountains perform an aquatic ballet. All 3,933 rooms resemble Italian villas with marble flooring, marble baths, triple-sheeted linens and luxurious duvets. Suites offer his and her baths with steam showers and soaking jetted tubs. Bellagio’s artfully arranged Conservatory and Botanical Gardens attract millions of admirers each year, as do those Bellagio Fountains.