With more than 3,000 rooms, there’s plenty of space to stay at the Bellagio, but the resort draws plenty of visitors staying elsewhere too. Dancing fountains, glass flower sculpture by artist Dale Chihuly, the conservatory and botanical garden, and the weekend brunch buffet—one of the most popular in town—all bring in crowds. The Bellagio is also home to Cirque du Soleil’s aquatic-themed O, a favorite among Vegas’ many Cirque shows.
Open-top bus tours down the Strip give a glimpse of the fountains, but consider stopping to watch a whole segment—it’s one of the best free things to do in the city. For a guided experience that includes the Bellagio, consider a bar crawl or photography tour, depending on your interests.