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Bellagio Resort

More than just another mega-resort, Bellagio brings a true European elegance to Las Vegas with luxurious rooms, gourmet restaurants, upscale shopping and fine art prominently on display throughout the property.

Entering Bellagio, one is immediately struck by the glass ceilings admitting natural light -- a rarity in Las Vegas. It illuminates the striking glamour of the surroundings and the rare and beautiful charms available for the comfort and pleasure of its guests. There are the fresh flowers and trees in the Conservatory, changed with holidays and seasons; the detailed tile work; the incidental sculpture. It is a feast for the senses, even before you get to your handsomely appointed room.

Dining is first rate at Bellagio. Treat yourself to the succulent French fare of Le Cirque, a three-time winner of the coveted AAA Five-Diamond Award, enjoy the view of the fountains at Todd English's Olives or just pick up a sweet treat at the tempting Jean-Philippe Pātisserie. Shopping at Via Bellagio is high estate and exclusive. Spa Bellagio offers 65,000 square feet of luxury and pampering. And the entertainment -- from Cirque du Soleil's innovative water-acrobatics show, "O," to the state-of-the-art free Fountain Show in Bellagio's picturesque lake -- is absolutely beyond the pale.

Some of the greatest joys of Bellagio can be found in its subtleties: quiet hideaway corners where you can enjoy a gourmet pastry and coffee while reading a newspaper and wide balconies that overlook the resort's stunning pools. In the midst of the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas Strip, you might find yourself lost in this miniature city.

It can be described only in so many words; beyond that, experience has to take over. You would be well served to experience Bellagio yourself and let it speak to you directly.