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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.
On the 120-acre site of the legendary Dunes between Caesars and the City Center complex, this landmark hotel continues to stand proudly at the top of the ranks here. Full review →
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 →Hyde Bellagio has the best table for viewing both people and the fountains simultaneously, though to do it right, you’ll need to spend a cool $250K for the bottle service that includes a 30 liter bottle of Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades Champagne (for your entourage) and the ability to choose the fountains’ playlist after they’ve normally stopped for the evening.
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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