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Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens are redesigned five times a year to reflect seasonal themes: Chinese New Year, spring, summer, fall, and winter. Each seasonal display is dominated by fragrant flowers that celebrate the colors, themes, and blossoming of the season, like red, white, and blue in summer or poinsettias in winter. You'll notice that the flowers and plants are complemented by fountains and sculptures created by commissioned artists. The gardens are adjacent to the hotel's lobby and are open to the public. Add Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens to your Las Vegas travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Las Vegas attractions planning website.
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Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens reviews
A fabulous display that goes beyond words. The detail, the presentation is beyond exceptional. A must if visiting Vegas.
A fabulous display that goes beyond words. The detail, the presentation is beyond exceptional. A must if visiting Vegas. more »
I've had the privilege of seeing several of the conservatory displays. They were all beautiful and a complete delight. Thank you designers!
I've had the privilege of seeing several of the conservatory displays. They were all beautiful and a complete delight. Thank you designers! more »
The Bellagio is a very unique casino in the fact that it does a water show all automated outside. I think it's every 30 minutes on regular days non-holiday or Saturdays and then Saturdays and holidays. It's every 15 minutes from 8:00 p.m. till 12:00. A.m.. It is a amazing show that lasts only a couple minutes, but it's well coordinated by computers and pneumatic pressure. I will say between the Bellagio and other casinos. The Bellagio is one of the oldest and well known that I know. My girlfriend and I went to Vegas to get away for her birthday and saw "O" I would recommend going and seeing this show. Very well done and goes perfectly with the water show outside the Bellagio. This is a water show pretty much inside in the theater. Either way, if you miss one water show you got another 30 minutes and that's it. Love the Vegas experience. Would go back many times again and definitely will stain. Maybe one more day would be the complete max. We stayed for two. And it was perfect. I could probably do 72 hours and that would probably be it.
My wife and I stayed at the Venetian for one night, then at the Bellagio another night. I expected the Bellagio to be the better of the two; it was very definitely not. A couple of serious deficiencies: 1. We paid more at the Bellagio, but got a smaller room (with a worse view--although the view is probably luck of the draw, I understand). Our room also had pretty noticeable dust on some furniture, a serious gash in the veneer of the entertainment center (exposing particle board underneath!), and a piece of baseboard pulled somewhat loose just inside the room door. The bathroom was not as well laid-out as the one at the Venetian, as well. 2. The Bellagio featured a much smaller selection of restaurant options for dinner, and it was pretty much impossible to have dinner at any of them for less than a hundred per person (if you ordered wine). The Venetian offered more dinner options, including some more affordable (but still very good, and classy) options. 3. Most of the restaurants at the Venetian posted their menus on paper outside their spaces, so it was easy to review menus as you walked through. At the Bellagio, by contrast, pretty much every restaurant had only a QR code posted outside, which you had to scan in order to see the menu. This seems completely needless. Look, it's not difficult for me to scan a QR code; but it's even easier for a restaurant to just print one menu and post it somewhere for people to look at. The fact that this QR-code practice was so ubiquitous among the Bellagio restaurants indicates to me that it's some Bellagio policy, which just further sours me on my experience. There were other things that really set the Bellagio back in my opinion, but these were perhaps the main things. All in all, the atmosphere, the cleanliness, the customer service, and the overall experience were far below my expectations.
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