Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden, Las Vegas

For travelers with or without disabilities, Las Vegas is becoming less about the casinos, and more about “The Experience.” Whether you’re looking for award-winning cuisine, color beyond compare, or a blast of contemporary culture, you’ll find it in “the city that never sleeps.” And with great accessibility. I’ve never seen more scooters per capita than in Las Vegas!

Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden

Start your wowing by scootering through Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden (located at Bellagio Hotel & Casino). Every season, this 14,000 square-foot floral playground thematically transforms with horticultural creativity. While visiting in May 2018, my husband and I experienced “Japanese Spring,” complete with cherry trees in blossom, crafted floral designs, and large cages of live canaries in song. We both felt transported to a place of joyous imagination and uplifting beauty.

There is no charge for admittance, just roll on in.

Bellagio lobby
Chihuly art

Although we met many visitors on scooters within the exhibit, I spun around with my power chair amongst the strolling international tourists and floral displays. Upon arrival to the hotel, we utilized valet parking at the north entrance, taking any stress out of ramping the power chair in and out of our vehicle. Once inside, we headed for the hotel lobby— spectacularly adorned with Chihuly glass flowers on the ceiling. The conservatory and garden are within view of the lobby.

Prepare for amazement.

Café Bellagio
At Café Bellagio, adjacent to the gardens, there were several red scooters parked inside while the riders enjoyed their lunches. I navigated my power chair all the way to our table overlooking the gardens with no problem.

So beautiful. So delicious. So memorable.

Fountains of Bellagio
What would a hotel with fabulous gardens be without fountains? Fountains dancing to song that is. This is Las Vegas after all. Spin outside, park your scooter alongside the balustrade, and enjoy this marvelous sight. Daily after 3 PM. Schedule details here.

Making Accessibility Happen

Accessible travel for people with disabilities is becoming big business. Speak with your dollars, your vote, and your voice to let commerce know what’s working, and what’s not.

The above post was emailed to:

Bellagio Hotel & Casino
3600 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Official Response
On Jun 15, 2018, at 10:14 AM, GUESTSERVICES-BCH <> wrote:

Dear Ms. Szabo-Cassella,

Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback regarding your recent visit to the Bellagio, as guest comments are one of the best tools we have to ensure our guests’ comfort and satisfaction. We appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts and kind words!

Thank you for letting us know how much you enjoyed the conservatory, the fountains, our café, and the excellent service provided to you by our staff.  We are pleased to hear that you were able to access all of the areas you visited on your scooter with ease, creating a smooth and stress free experience for your visit.  We work hard to create an atmosphere that allows our guests’ the opportunity to relax and enjoy themselves, and we are pleased that our efforts helped make your visit a memorable one.

Once again, Ms. Szabo-Cassella, thank you for your comments and we look forward to welcoming you back to Bellagio in the future!

Kind regards,
Heidi Mata’u
Guest Experience Specialist


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