Even though the famous dancing water fountain, located in front of Bellagio Casino Resort, doesn’t dance to many blues tunes, I thought it appropriate to name this post after the color of my outfit. Whenever we visit Las Vegas, Bellagio Casino Resort is one of my favorite hotels on the strip. On my last trip to Italy, I was excited to visit the ancient town of Bellagio, located by the famous Lake Como, and of course, expected to find a town filled with fountains and astonishing water features, but was very surprised to find a peaceful, ancient and beautiful, waterfront, yet fountain less city instead.
Upon closer inspection of Bellagio Casino Resort, I have found two resemblances to the Lake side town of Bellagio, Italy. Both are situated on a lake, and Bellagio Hotel building architecture resembles the historical Villa Melzi d’Eril, in Bellagio, Italy.
Leaning on a gorgeously carved stone wall, listening to Sinatra’s “Luck Be a Lady”, wearing my blues, I’m truly enjoying the postcard perfect view of the mesmerizing synchronized dancing water show. For more Bellagio Casino Resort enchantments, and to see not only waterworks, but their indoor botanical conservatory, colorful Lobby ceiling and famous glass Fiori di Como sculpture, visit their attractions page, Las Vegas Hotels – Bellagio. You will understand why this is one of my favorite LV Hotels.