Fountains of Bellagio (Las Vegas) Reviews
Newest Review: ... are described by the Bellagio hotel as being 'the most ambitious, choreographically complex water feature ever conceived' which certainly makes them sound pretty spectacular! Our hotel was next to the Bellagio, so over our two weeks in Vegas we saw the fountains many, many times, nearly always stopping to watch as we passed by. The fountains are synchronised with music and the selection of music was very diverse. I don't remember all of the tunes, but they ranged from classical songs, to songs from musicals and pop songs, such as Michael Jackson's Billie Jean. I also remember Singing in the Rain to be one of them. I think I preferred the ... more
Customer Fountains of Bellagio (Las Vegas) Reviews (7)
by - written on 30/10/12 (Very useful, 48 readings)
If you intend to visit Las Vegas, one thing you really have to see are the Fountains of Bellagio. We had been told about the fountains prior to visiting, however I don't think you can really appreciate how spectacular they truly are until you see them for yourself - even photographs and videos don't do them justice in my opinion. The fountains are located outside the front of the Bellagio hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. They are free and you can watch from the pavement surrounding the lake, so you don't need to be staying at the hotel to go along. I found that late at night it would get quite busy but as the lake is huge you will usually be able to squeeze in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/11 (Useful, 20 readings)
If you happen to find yourself in Sin city, then the Fountains of Bellagio are a must see. Obviously they are located at the Bellagio hotel and casino - you cant miss them! When I was there, we took a Hummer ride around the city which resulted in us being dropped off at the Bellagio afterwards in time to watch one of the evening performances. I believe the fountains are set to go off at regular intervals - you shouldn't have to wait more than 30 minutes to see a show. Pick your spot - it seemed to get pretty crowed whatever time of day and enjoy. Word of warning - the Bellagio wont find it anywhere near as amusing as you do if you try and get in one of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/10, updated on 04/04/10 (Very useful, 11 readings)
I was in Las Vegas again a few weeks ago and I stayed at the MGM Grand for the second time. LV, as a city, is very money hungry but there are some free attractions, some you need to know where they are and then there are some that are out in the open. The Bellagio fountains are located outside near Caesars Palace and is a mini water fountain show that shoot water in different directions and patterns according to the background song that it plays to. Sound cheesy? It is but then I think the whole city of Las Vegas is cheesy so this fits right in! The choice of songs that the fountains play to, in my experience, have been ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/11/09 (Somewhat useful, 8 readings)
We had been told beforehand to give these a look, but in truth kind of had no intention of putting aside time to do so. In the end we kind of stumbled across these fountains mid-performance, and were glad we did as we stayed hooked until the end. We wanted to catch a full show so we waited around for the one next one to start over again. It's funny how big a crowd dancing water can draw, and there are genuine, "Oooo"s and "Ahhhhh"s from the spectators. There are shows throughout the day, every 15 minutes if a remember correctly, but you're best off going at night because the lights just give the show more of a magical, romantic sort of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/09, updated on 25/11/09 (Very useful, 49 readings)
When we were in Las Vegas we had been told to go and see the dancing fountains by my hairdresser and she also told me that she couldn't remember where you saw them but if I asked when I was there, I will be told. So we got to Vegas and I went to the reception in our hotel and asked can you let me know where to see dancing fountains? They said yes of course they are the Bellagio fountains. We found them and they were amazing and here is why. The Bellagio hotel is a huge hotel on the Vegas strip and is easily fond as it is right there in the centre and easily recognisable. It is a lovely cream and gold colour of a hotel and looks very posh indeed. At the ... Read the complete review
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