Hyde Bellagio will be rockin’ for its second anniversary in Vegas

The place to party in Vegas, Hyde Bellagio has a big reason – or rather two – for celebrating this weekend. The boutique lounge/nightclub in Bellagio is marking its second year in business.

Hyde Bellagio

The terrace (top) and the Grand Salon (bottom) at Hyde Bellagio

Operated by SBE, Hyde Bellagio boasts some of the most beautiful surroundings in Sin City to hang out in – thanks to its incomparable location overlooking the Fountains of Bellagio. You can sip drinks outside on the terrace or take in views of the dancing waters inside while getting your own groove on.

The décor at Hyde Bellagio is meant to evoke the feel of an Italian villa. You’ll be enveloped in a luxurious world replete with marble tiling, reclaimed wood, elegant light fixtures and plush seating here.

In addition, Hyde Bellagio has an award-winning mixology program. Not only does the cocktail menu offer a “Luxury Bellini Experience” with a choice of six modern interpretations of the classic refreshment, but there are also some one-of-a-kind creations to try – like the José Andrés-inspired Liquid Nitrogen Cocktail or the Love Unit, made with Stolichnaya Elit and Vanilla vodkas, Thai basil and freshly pressed lime, grapefruit and bell pepper juices.

In honor of Hyde Bellagio’s two-year anniversary, guests who come on Saturday, Jan. 25 can enjoy a set by the Sayers Sessions house band. Known for their soulful original music and unique covers, this group is always a big attraction at The Sayers Club, a hot live music venue in Los Angeles. Hyde Bellagio’s resident mix master, DJ Konflikt, will also be on hand to raise a toast with guests and keep the party going all night long. The revelry gets underway at 10 p.m.


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