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This oasis in the desert features a botanical garden, 11-acre lake and dancing fountains.
On The Strip fronting this stunning resort, fountains perform a magnificent aquatic ballet choreographed to music and lights. Some truly beautiful trees lace the grounds, and the red-tile roofs lining the property's Mediterranean-blue lake are pure Tuscany. The interior is equally extravagant, beginning with the lobby's ceiling sculpture of hand-blown multicolored glass created by the renowned artist Dale Chihuly. Adjacent to the lobby, the botanical conservatory is filled with ever-changing flowers and plants. The Italianesque pool area is reminiscent of luxurious European getaways. This magnificent resort is intended to provide a high-class experience. The minimum age to enter is 18, unless you are a hotel guest, invited to an on-site wedding, dining in one of the restaurants or attending "O", Cirque du Soleil's mesmerizing circus-and-water extravaganza that takes place under, over and on a liquid stage.
The many excellent house restaurants include Picasso by Julian Serrano, a GAYOT's Top 40 Restaurants in the U.S. since the inception of the list, Harvest by Roy Ellamar (sustainable and seasonal), Prime Steakhouse (from Jean-Georges Vongerichten) and Michael Mina (French-Japanese).
Guests can expect iHome docking stations, 40-inch flat-screen TVs and laptop safes in the nightstands. Many guest rooms and suites also feature sweeping vistas of the lake, taking in the nightly fountain show. The 928-room Spa Tower has an additional 60,000 square feet of meeting/event space that includes the Tuscany Exhibition Kitchen and the expansive spa and fitness center. The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is a treat, the wedding chapels are exquisite, and the ballrooms (some with balconies overlooking the pool area) are dazzling. Hyde is not to be missed for a taste of elevated Las Vegas nightlife.
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