Live La Dolce Vita in the heart of Las Vegas
If you like dancing fountains – and who doesn’t – you’ll love the Bellagio. It’s one of the world’s most famous hotels, largely because of the Bellagio Dancing Fountains.
1,200 nozzles and 4,500 lights
These magnificent water jets sit in the 8-acre (3.2-hectare) lake between the hotel and the strip. They perform an amazingly choreographed music and light display every 30 minutes in the afternoons and early evenings, and every 15 minutes from 8pm to midnight.
Join the crowds by the Bellagio to watch the fountains as they perform to the sounds of opera, classical and Broadway music.
Works of art everywhere you look
The Bellagio also houses a large conservatory and botanical gardens. You can see incredible floral displays, which are changed throughout the year to mirror the seasons. The Bellagio also features a special exhibition space that displays art work on loan from various museums and private collections from around the world.
Let a big bus take you there
Our Las Vegas Bus Tours go right past the Bellagio. You can hop off close by to watch the incredible fountains – and then hop back on again when the performance comes to an end.
Other interesting facts about the Bellagio
- Over 2,000 hand-blown glass flowers cover 2,000 square feet (190 square meters) of the Bellagio’s lobby ceiling
- The hotel complex was inspired by the town of Bellagio in Lake Como, Italy
- On December 15, 2010, a gunman robbed the casino of $1.5 million in chips