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There is a fantasy feel about it, with its five courtyard pools, its indoor botanical garden and conservatory that change with the seasons. Full review →
Luxe resort is still the model for new Vegas' casinos. Featured in Ocean’s Eleven, comes complete with designer boutiques, Michelin-level eateries, and a caper-worthy art gallery.
Built by Steve Wynn in 1998, the 3,933-room resort still stands as the pinnacle of luxury at the center of the Strip.First-time visitors, ask for a room facing the iconic dancing fountains out front; the view of these is actually better from lower floors.
The "five-star surroundings" of this Vegas Strip hotel include an eight-and-a-half-acre man-made lake and synchronized water fountains. Full review →
Blue-chip art, seasonally rotating botanical displays in the massive conservatory, dancing fountains, and the Michelin two-star Picasso restaurant. Full review →Request a room with a lake view.
Bellagio is impressive more for its refined elegance than for gimmicks. Full review →If it's pampering you're after, stay in the Spa Tower, which has impressive rooms and suites (with steam showers and soaking tubs), as well as an expanded full-service spa and salon.
With its world-class art offerings... the Bellagio continues to hail as a class act on the Strip. Full review →
This is the luxury resort that ushered in the new post-Vegas-is-for-families elegance epoch, and it was so successful that many of its attributes can now be found... in every hotel built since. Full review →
On the Strip fronting this stunning resort, thousands of fountains perform a magnificent aquatic ballet choreographed to music and lights. Full review →
Italy in Sin City with an elegant pool complex, celeb chefs and museum-quality art Full review →
Once the belle of the ball, the nouveau-riche Bellagio is still lavishly and artistically designed. Full review →
One of Vegas' most sophisticated casino-hotels, this Strip property offers Northern ltalian sensibility in its decor and ambience.
This 3,933-room Italian "villa" is the embodiment of Vegas luxury. Full review →
While no longer state-of-the-art, Bellagio remains at the top end of the Vegas spectrum... The restaurants are among the best in town, and the central location is a plus.
Despite its glitzy appearance in many a big-budget film, it is a sleek, well-run and well-presented hotel. Full review →
The Bellagio continues to evoke a supersized, all-American Italian villa, complete with an eight-acre lake fronting the Strip... and an elegant pool area that's been reimagined as a formal Italian garden. Full review →
Mid-Strip extravaganza with a palatial 65,000-square-foot spa, 14 restaurants, botanical gardens, and dancing fountains. . Full review →
An "opulent" Strip landmark that's the "bella of the ball", this "amazing" resort is overseen by an "impeccable" staff that treats guests "like royalty".
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