The Fountains of Bellagio is a spectacular show that takes occurs in an 8-acre pool that surrounds the Bellagio Las Vegas. This stunning aquatic presentation integrates acoustic and lighting effects that dazzle guests from far away and up close.
The Stunning Highlights
The Fountains of Bellagio is one of the biggest outdoor attractions on the Las Vegas Strip. Running at 15-minute or 30-minute intervals depending on the time of the day, this show combines stunning audio and lighting effects in an elegant aquatic setting.
More than 1,000 nozzles are carefully programmed to blast water in a well-choreographed sequence. The hydraulic trajectories can reach up to 460 feet from the nozzles. The jets seem to dance beautifully to the beat of popular music hits that are most appropriate for the time of the day and season. Holiday jingles, classical melodies and national anthems are sometimes played during the awesome shows at the Fountains of Bellagio.
Dining and Nightlife With Fountain Views
As one of the premier resorts on the Las Vegas Strip, the Bellagio Hotel offers great dining experiences with spectacular views of the signature fountain shows. From Spago and Le Cirque to Jasmine and the PRIME Steakhouse, you’ll find several on-site restaurants that offer high-end dining with some of the best views of the dancing fountains.
Having indoor and outdoor space, HYDE is a trendy nightclub that also overlooks the Fountains of Bellagio. Featuring more than 10,000 sq feet of total space, this venue accommodates up to 700 guests. DJs entertain the pumped-up crows at this chic nightclub that offers some of the best bottle service on the Strip. Additionally, many of the rooms at the resort overlook the fountains, including the two-bedroom Grand Lakeview Suite and Tower King Deluxe Suite.
Location and Transportation
The man-made lake at the Bellagio Las Vegas is situated on the western side of the glamorous Las Vegas Boulevard South. As you approach the intersection of this major boulevard and West Flamingo Road, you’ll see the signature fountains that welcome guests into the iconic resort.
The nearest Las Vegas Monorail stop is located at Bally’s & Paris Las Vegas. You can also take the RTC’s DEUCE and RTX buses to this Italian-themed hotel in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. An overhead pedestrian bridge connects the fountain area with the Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s.
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