The Bellagio, whose design was inspired by European towns, overlooks an 8.5-acre lake where dancing fountains are choreographed to lights and music. Inside, guests are treated to artistic touches such as the Dale Chihuly glass sculpture decorating the lobby ceiling and the exotic plants and flowers in The Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.
Shoppers can stroll along Via Bellagio, a promenade featuring a collection of upscale boutiques, and browse through collections at Gucci, Prada, Hermes, Giorgio Armani, Tiffany & Co., Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent and the rare jewelry of Fred Leighton. Guests enjoy a full range of services in the Spa and Salon Bellagio, where the menu includes treatments such as massage therapies, hydrotherapy, facials and Vichy showers. Divided into six courtyard settings, Bellagio's pool area portrays a classical setting of a Mediterranean villa.
An international cast of synchronized swimmers, divers, acrobats, aerialists and characters has been assembled for the Cirque du Soleil production of "O", which is performed in, on and above water. The show is staged in a theater reminiscent of the Paris Opera House.
In our opinion the Bellagio is the most luxurious casino/resort in Las Vegas.