Guests realize that Bellagio is distinctive as soon as they arrive. Along the entire street in front of Bellagio is a tree-lined boulevard, a rare yet welcome sight for passersby on the otherwise glittery Las Vegas Strip.
With its Tuscan-inspired architecture along an eight-and-a-half-acre lake, Bellagio stands out as something completely out of character with what people know or expect in Las Vegas.
The initial impression of Bellagio begins as visitors approach the hotel along the water’s edge traveling up its winding driveway. The drive rises some two or three stories and then curves into the beautiful glass and metal porte cochère.
Bellagio’s best elements are not revealed right away. People are taken on a journey. They are put off balance. They are surprised. Bellagio exceeds their expectations, even when they expect a lot. After all, this is Las Vegas. Bellagio is a study in informal elegance – a fanciful environment without extreme formality.