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Hotels in Vegas are generating a greener future

When you think of Vegas, saving precious resources isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Drinking to the point of passing out. Oh yeah. Partying until the wee hours. Naturally. Pigging out at the buffets. Of course. Wagering next month’s rent at the blackjack tables. Uh, really you should…

Tiësto leaves footprints at the Fountains of Bellagio

EDM and Vegas were made for each other. One’s a bumping expression of how youth and the night coalesce into ecstatic experiences – and the other’s electronic dance music. Now the city and the sound are merging even more as the music of Tiësto, the world-renowned DJ and regular performer…

15 of Las Vegas’ most distinctive hotel lobbies

Everyone knows how important making a fabulous first impression is. And nowhere does this adage hold truer than at a hotel. Since the lobby is what you see upon arrival, it has to be memorable. Not only does a lobby provide you with your first (and last) impression of a…

Spring blooms in Bellagio Conservatory

Raindrops on tulips, caterpillars of flowers — these are just a few of our favorite new things in the Bellagio Conservatory. Spring has blossomed in the Conservatory courtesy of Director of Horticulture Andres Garcia and a staff of more than 100 who five times a year transform the space into…

Lounge your way to live music in Vegas

You come to Las Vegas for the glitz, the excitement, the rush of risking it all.  Sometimes, though, it’s nice to step back from the eager tourists carrying drinks by the yard and enjoy a quality cocktail or two while listening to live music. I’m not talking lounges with DJs…

Hollywood stars to receive key to Las Vegas

The world famous fountains won’t be the only spectacle fronting the Bellagio hotel on Friday, Oct. 18. “Last Vegas” stars and Academy Award winners Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, Kevin Kline and Mary Steenburgen will accept the key to Las Vegas from County Commissioner Chair Steve Sisolak and…

It’s fall in the Bellagio Conservatory Las Vegas

It’s officially fall in Las Vegas and that means the Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens is now filled with a bounty of autumnal awesomeness. This year’s autumn display features more than 8,500 chrysanthemums, ivy, bird’s-nest fern, plum, magnolia trees and up to 2,500 pumpkins of all shapes and sizes (with…

Mexican Independence Day a fiesta in Las Vegas

Mexican Independence Day has grown into quite the fiesta in Las Vegas – some say even bigger than Cinco de Mayo. Whether you’re looking for some great Mexican food, live music or a boxing match starring one of Mexico’s best fighters, Las Vegas offers plenty to choose from. Events The One: Mayweather vs.…

10 great suites in Vegas that you can actually book

Las Vegas is known for its fantastic, over-the-top suites. Of course, many of these are reserved solely for high rollers and VIP guests. So we’ve gone in search of some suites in Sin City that an average visitor can book. Interested in pampering yourself with decadent accommodations? Desire a romantic…

Easter weekend in Vegas is an eggstravaganza

Easter weekend in Vegas is the one time of the year that the bunnies aren’t just appearing from magician’s hats … or dealing cards at the Palms. From candy-filled baskets to Easter bunny meet-and-greets, there are an array of  ways to celebrate this springtime holiday. Put all your eggs (and…

Bellagio brings suite dreams to life

The elegance and charm of the Fountains of Bellagio don’t end at the shoreline of the property’s man-made lake – they extend 33 stories up in the air to the recently redesigned accommodations in the Spa Tower, where a $40 million renovation project wrapped up last week. “The completion of…

Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art brings “Warhol Out West” to Vegas

Warhol fans are in for a treat: Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art presents “Warhol Out West” beginning Feb. 8, 2013. Organized in partnership with The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, this exhibition focuses on Warhol’s depiction of all things Western. “Warhol Out West” will showcase 59 of the iconic artist’s works including paintings, sculptures,…

Ten of the most unique chandeliers in Vegas

From historic elegance to high-tech swagger, the chandeliers that illuminate the casinos and other attractions in Las Vegas run the gamut. A variety of materials have been used to convey their unique designs – things like dazzling crystals, hand-blown glass, saxophones and even empty tequila bottles. Although some of these…