Everyone knows that the Bellagio Las Vegas provides the ultimate in a luxurious hotel experience, but did you know that the Bellagio is home to Tuscany Kitchen, the first exhibition kitchen in Vegas? Offering classes hosted by award-winning chefs that let guests in on some of their well-kept culinary secrets, their advertising doesn’t reveal that owners of famed vineyards are often invited to share their unique perspective on the amazing wine that is served. This is an amazing experience, but currently they only accept reservations for groups of 15 or more.
If you want the nicest room in all of Vegas, ask for the Lakeview Suite around floor 20. Stand in front of the window and take in the breathtaking view of the fountains while the water dances to synchronized music. This is what life is all about.
Bellagio’s buffet is the best in the city, with mouth-watering pre-split Alaskan king crab legs and heavenly chocolate covered jumbo strawberries, but its popularity also means an excruciating wait. To avoid the crowds, go at the end of lunch and stay for dinner.