This article showcases The Conservatory and Botanical Gardens at The Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas seems to be an ever-changing city. Every time I visit,
- A new hotel is being built at The Strip
- I find a new restaurant or attraction
- The freeway is under construction (I don’t understand why).
To me, these changes are not what I consider “exciting”. I mean some changes are cool but others deserved just a meh.
However, when I was sweeping thru my hard drive in search of cool photos to show you, I discovered a change that is always welcome.
I am referring to The Conservatory and Botanical Gardens located at the Bellagio Hotel and Casino. This is a space next to the hotel’s lobby dedicated to showcasing the amazing expertise of an army of horticulturists (supposedly the hotel had 140 staffed).
In other words, connoisseurs of the flowers and plants world, create a world of magic and imagination using natural materials. They are experts in crafting figures with flowers. It is striking to see the attention they give to details. Nothing escapes the eyes of these masters.
I read The Conservatory’s displays change with the seasons. Well, I was able to confirm this while looking at my pictures. I have visited Vegas and the Bellagio in spring, winter, and recently, around the Chinese New Year celebration (there are also displays for summer and fall).
I didn’t even remember the previous visits but the photos tell the truth. If you take a good look at the photos below, you are going to understand why this is a change I am glad to accept.
Chinese New Year
Tip: Try to visit The Conservatory during the day. Your photos are going to look better and the crowds minimal (except in high season).
Have you visited the Bellagio’s Conservatory? During what season? Let me know in the comments section below.