Everything about the Bellagio Hotel is luxurious, and even if you choose not to stay there, there’s plenty to enjoy both inside and out. The fountains in front of the hotel are a major tourist attraction, as they dramatically dance to music and light in performances every night, and inside you’ll find plenty of art to admire, as well as an upscale mall and opulent restaurants.
The Bellagio is also home to the amazing Cirque du Soleil show O, which is set partly underwater and features incredibly talented performers from all over the world. If you can get a ticket, you’ll not regret splurging to see this show.
Should you choose to stay at the Bellagio, there are 85 accessible rooms in the property, and the hotel is well geared to those with mobility needs. If you choose to just view the fountains, you can do so with ease in mobility equipment. The Las Vegas Strip in entirely wheelchair accessible.