The Bellagio is known for elegance and first-class amenities, and the property's new Hyde nightclub fits that style. Taking over the space formerly occupied by the Fontana Lounge, Hyde opened on New Year's Eve 2012. The intimate, upscale nightclub has been drawing Las Vegas crowds ever since.Hyde Bellagio — Photo courtesy of Hyde Bellagio
The design team took inspiration from the idea of a hidden Italian villa, giving Hyde a look of understated elegance. Marble, wood, and lots of chandeliers give Hyde its old-but-new ambiance. Indoor and outdoor areas take advantage of the club's great location, with the backdrop of the Bellagio Fountains offering a compelling focal point.
Small plate service is offered for the early part of the evening, giving guests the chance to have a pre-evening snack of caviar, Kobe sliders, or tuna tartar, among other tasty items provided by Circo.
The two bars are staffed with bartenders who are so well-trained that they're "mixologists," and the emphasis is on well-made classics and new unique drinks. The Caribbean Snowflake is a Hyde exclusive, blending rum with a host of other ingredients and a pinch of silver flake.
Since Hyde is a nightclub, you might be surprised to find there's no dance floor. However, that's not meant to stop anyone from dancing. The roomy layout gives customers the chance to dance any place they can find room, and after 10 p.m., the music gets going to encourage everyone to get on their feet.