The “Hangover” movies are nearly as much a part of Caesars Palace as the Roman statues.
The iconic Bellagio, MGM Resorts International’s luxury hotel on the Strip, turns 20 on Monday.
Photos posted on social media showed the luxury sports car propped up on railing outside the casino at Las Vegas Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue.
There’s no shortage of things to do at Bellagio: watch the fountains, tour the conservatory or art collection, see a show, hit a lounge, grab a meal, bet on sporting events, relax by the pool — and gamble, of course. Or go shopping at one of many ultra -high-end stores.
It’s a spectacle unique to Las Vegas. Six million plants, plus giant trees, water features, lighting, butterflies, birds androbotics have crossed the 13,500-square-foot floor of the Bellagio Conservatory Botanical Garden in the past 20 years,along with about 150 million visitors.
Mark Fuller may have been the only person near center Strip the night of Oct. 15, 1998, who wasn’t trying to catch a glimpse of the Fountains of Bellagio. In fact, he was facing the other way.
Julian Serrano has been executive chef of Bellagio’s flagship fine dining restaurant Picasso since the beginning.
If you really wanted to rob the vault at Bellagio, it would take more than a team of highly skilled thieves and grifters, experts in munitions and surveillance, and a tiny acrobat.
Break out the cake! A casino on the Las Vegas Vegas Strip is celebrating a birthday next week.
The fountains at Bellagio enchant audiences on a nightly basis with dancing waters choreographed to classical music, show tunes and pop favorites.