A visual water symphony choreographed to music provides an unforgettable welcome to the Bellagio Hotel Casino. The water jets span more than 1000 feet (304 meters) and can shoot up to 250 feet (76 meters) in the air while seeming to dance to choreographed lights and romantic classical music. It is a spectacular sight and one worth taking the time to view while strolling along the boulevard. As evening sets in, the lit up fountain is a sight to behold. Be sure to bring a camera as this is one of Vegas' best attractions - and it's free! The magic happens every 30 minutes until 8 PM, after which shows are every 15 minutes. Please note that shows may stray from this schedule due to the weather.
With a scale as high as 550 feet (167.6 meters) tall, the vivacious High Roller is one of the largest observational wheels in the world. An extravagant circular bend dominating the brimming Strip, this gigantic Ferris wheel is a spectacular engineering feat. Complete with 28 cabins, this observation wheel offers breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Valley. A spectacular adornment to the LINQ, the High Roller seems to blend in with the increasingly jubilant, iridescent and charismatic landscape of the city. Soaring as if to reach the skies, it is especially a stunning sight when lit up at night. The sweeping High Roller is an embodiment of Las Vegas' vibrant spirit.
Are you in Paris or Las Vegas? Ride to the peak of the 46-story replica of the Eiffel Tower in the glass elevators and you'll find you're in both places at once! At the observation deck on top, you will behold a breathtaking view of the Las Vegas Strip from 540 feet (165 meters) up. The 11th-floor Eiffel Tower Restaurant is formal dining at its finest; reservations are necessary. Tickets are available at the Tower.
O solo mio! You will be the recipient of a vocal performance as your personal gondolier (trained by masters in Venice, Italy) takes you on a trip you will never forget. These gondolas navigate the canals that run through the Grand Canal Shoppes located at the Venetian Hotel Casino. Reservations are required if you want a singing gondolier to take you on your journey.
The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden is one of Las Vegas' claims to fame. The garden is a sanctuary to more than 7,500 flowers, which are well-kept by 140 horticulturists. With its beautifully placed gazebos, ponds, bridges and water fountains, it's a refreshing oasis amidst the city. It's a delight to stroll through this riot of colors during the day with the light pouring in from the glass ceiling. The night tours are equally exotic with the stars overhead giving the garden a tranquil, fairy-tale feel.
This luxury hotel and casino opened on December 1, 2009, and forms the centerpiece of the new CityCenter complex by MGM Mirage. In addition to lavish accommodations and a world-class casino, the Aria hotel also adheres to green building practices, boasting a LEED Gold certification. The complex is the epitome of contemporary style, with sleek lines and warm colors complimented by bold accent pieces. For the newest definition of Las Vegas style and comfort, try the Aria Resort & Casino.
Caesars Palace Hotel Casino was opened in 1966 on The Strip, and is the granddaddy of Vegas elegance. The 129,000-square-foot (11,984-square-meter) casino has the latest video and live games. You can find slot machines here that take up to USD500 tokens. There are several restaurants, including Sushi Roku, Restaurant Guy Savoy, Wolfgang Puck's Spago, and Rao's. The Laurel Collection rooms in the hotel offer extensive amenities including a private valet entrance, and direct access to the Garden of the Gods pool. You can also enjoy the Forum Shops, which offer some truly decadent shopping. The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is often the site of spectacular concerts and thrilling sporting events.
Half-scale versions of the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe rise 50 stories above the Las Vegas Strip, drawing visitors into this resort. Each elegant guest room or suite is decorated in a French Regency style and is both opulent and comfortable. Guests will enjoy Le Boulevard district for their shopping pleasure. The Mandara Spa is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Two attractive wedding chapels are located on site. The hotel is connected to Bally's and MGM via a monorail system.
Built in 1998, and located on The Strip, Bellagio is the definition of luxury. The guest accommodations are tastefully decorated with European-style art and furnishings. The large bath with Italian marble and soaking tub adds to your comfort. Restaurants at the hotel are numerous and diverse, including The Buffet, Le Cirque and the fabulous Picasso. The huge gaming area is reminiscent of Monte Carlo and hosts table games, a sports book, and slot machines. Botanical Gardens and the choreographed Bellagio Fountains highlight the property. Visit the hotel's Spa Bellagio if you want to pamper yourself with some soothing massages and body treatments.