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Fountains of Bellagio, Las Vegas

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Whether you're seeking romance or awe, check out Fountains of Bellagio, a massive water feature with choreographed performances set to light and music. Located in front of the Bellagio hotel, the display is visible from numerous vantage points around the city. See a different show every half hour, with varied lighting effects and original music from renowned artists, including classical and popular tunes. The fountains, set in an artificial lake and modeled after a similar venue in Italy, feature an enormous network of pipes with more than 1,200 nozzles that can shoot water as high as 140 m (460 ft). Shows may be canceled due to adverse winds. Make Fountains of Bellagio part of your personalized Las Vegas itinerary using our Las Vegas road trip planning app.
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  • We were stopping across the road in the Paris Hotel and would see the fountains every day both day and night and what a spectacle it was they are magnificent to watch almost mesmerising, well worth a....  more
    We were stopping across the road in the Paris Hotel and would see the fountains every day both day and night and what a spectacle it was they are magnificent to watch almost mesmerising, well worth a....  more »
  • You have to stop by just once if you've never been. The iconic scenery from just about every modern movie filmed in Vegas. 
    You have to stop by just once if you've never been. The iconic scenery from just about every modern movie filmed in Vegas.  more »
  • Iconic, so you really have to see this when in Vegas. It's funny the day, but at night it is just more magical. Only disappointment is when it's windy they don't run it, so you can wait and the... 
    Iconic, so you really have to see this when in Vegas. It's funny the day, but at night it is just more magical. Only disappointment is when it's windy they don't run it, so you can wait and the...  more »
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  • The fountains were great. The show only last about 5 minutes or the length of one song. Which is good, because no one wants to stand around for a long show. I only give it 4 stars because I thought there was more colors in the lights. The show runs every 18 minutes after 8pm. And it cycled through different songs, meaning it was a different song played the next show. Which was cool not hearing the same song right time and time again. I'd recommend a stop at the fountains during the night as it is much better.
  • The fountains are a nice, free show in between all the other madness of the strip. The lights coordinated with the music are done so well and watching the water is mesmerizing. The show starts pretty frequently, especially at night, so you can see two different songs if you're willing to wait about 15 minutes. Know that if any performers outside of the fountain ask you if you want to take a picture with them, they'll expect some monetary compensation. Highly recommend checking out the fountain at night!
  • This was one of my favorite parts of Las Vegas, I highly recommend for anyone traveling with children. It is worth the wait and maybe come a few minutes early so you can get a good spot. This show was actually pretty amazing, it wasn’t what I expected at all and the sounds of the water taking off was awesome. Hearing music during the show was pretty cool as well!
  • Beautiful fountains. I enjoyed the water show set to music. It was a beautiful day. They have a good variety for restaurants. The cafe and conservatory was beautiful. I enjoyed just walking around looking thru the shops here. There are lots of things to do in and around this casino/hotel. Beautiful views and the weather was wonderful. I would visit again.
  • The hotel is actually pretty nice. The reason it's a 3 star instead of a five star is because of the value to cost difference. Our room was $700 a night during Sema. I know the prices jack way up for events, but for a $700 a night room you should have soft towels, a microwave, and a fridge, which we did not. We did have a fountain view room. So the scenery was very nice. It's awesome that you can tune the TV into the music the fountain plays. However the music they play to the fountain is very out dated. Maybe because the main clientele is 60+??? The beds are comfortable. I loved the pillows. Overall the hotel is pretty clean. I just can't rate the hotel high based off the price. High price=high expectations.

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