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