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It’s hard not to feel like you’ve just pulled off the heist of a lifetime when you’re admiring the dancing fountains in front of the Bellagio in Las Vegas. But even if you haven’t, you’ll still feel like a millionaire when you waltz into the 18-foot-ceilinged lobby and catch a glimpse of its centerpiece -- the Fiori di Como, a chandelier made of 2,000 hand-blown glass blossoms. With its Mediterranean-inspired pool cabanas and 65,000-square-foot spa and salon, the Bellagio captures the elegance of its namesake town in Lake Como, Italy.
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Call it the ultimate pool party. Ensconced in the immense Mandalay Bay' Resort's 11-acre aquatic playground, Daylight Beach Club encircles a sexy pool. With room for 5,000 revelers, this venue brings top-notch DJs, stellar cuisine, a flashy sound stage and high-velocity entertainment day and night. In other parts of the resort, enjoy the wave pool, the beach composed of 2,700 tons of real sand, and more than 100 cabanas, day beds and villas.
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Behold: Nothing shines quite as brightly as the neon glow of the Las Vegas skyline thanks to the Bellagio Hotel and Casino’s iconic fountains and “borrowed” national treasures. Not to be outdone, the Paris Hotel’s 46-story replica of the Eiffel Tower may be half the landmark’s size, but the hotel and casino’s 360-degree views of the city beckon all those seeking an overnight fortune, endless entertainment … and instant “I Dos.”
Easily the best show in Vegas. Nearly as exciting as winning a jackpot. Without a doubt a performance that stops visitors in their tracks. Who knew a fountain could dance like that? Every half hour, against the obsidian night sky, this amazing fountain dazzles with a show that interweaves music, lights and water. Across an 8-acre lake, water wriggles, squiggles and shoots -- sometimes as much as 24stories high -- to tunes from artists ranging from Frank Sinatra to Rachmaninoff. Designed by renowned WET Design, the fountain entertains up close or when seen from afar.