For a city in the middle of a desert, Las Vegas is filled with beautiful, bountiful gardens and flowers, and most are free and open to the public. I'm not a gambler nor a drinker, but I loved walking the strip and enjoying the gorgeous flower arrangements and gardens. I've already done an extensive garden post on the Bellagio Gardens HERE, but I also wanted to show some other hotel fabulous gardens so I decided to do another post.
The Flamingo Hotel has the prettiest and most enjoyable outdoor garden in Las Vegas. Why? It not only has lovely flowers, lawns, and garden paths but it also has amazing water features and live animals.
I loved their Flamingo water fountain!
This is a beautiful water fall that provides a great photo opportunity with the hotel logo on the rock wall and the gorgeous flower pot displays bordering each side.
The water feature is filled with koi and many different kinds of waterfowl.
There are multiple water falls in the garden with all different heights.
There were so many different kinds of waterfowl I couldn't possibly show them all to you. Here are some of my favorites. A pelican.
A mother duck with her babies, plus some turtles.
They also had parrots that you could hold under the guidance of the animal trainers and many, many different types of ducks.
On the Vegas strip hotel, flowers and gorgeous well-groomed palm trees are everywhere. I loved this long bed of white roses.
Like the Bellagio, the Wynn hotel also had a beautiful, ornate garden inside the lobby.
This carousel is covered in flowers.
The pathway is lined with trees that are all lit up. The branches canopy above your head and lovely flower covered balls hang from their branches.
Here is a close up of the flower covered balls.
I enjoyed the beautiful colorful tile on the walk way as much as the flowers.
Another hotel that has amazing outdoor and indoor gardens is the Mirage. There is a large glass dome ceiling in the Mirage that lets in natural light.
The tropical plants love soaking up the sun light.
There is also a gorgeous water fountain and bridge inside the hotel.
The exterior grounds of the Mirage are also breath-taking. There are numerous waterfalls, plus there is a volcano show after dark.
The size of the exterior water feature runs the entire city block. They have numerous waterfalls from these small ones shown here to quite tall ones (shown in previous post, linked above). I also really liked all their dolphin states scattered about their water feature. They have a Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage as well, but we did not go to that as it costs about $22.00 per person. They also have lions, tigers, and leopards in this area to view.
Have a Great Day! Amy
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Wonderful photos! It shows how much work they put into their gardens, so pretty!ReplyDelete
Thank you! Yes, I can only imagine how difficult it is to maintain these beautiful gardens with their desert climate!Delete
I have never been to Vegas but damn I want to go there one day. These gardens and flowers are all gorgeous! Great pictures Amy!ReplyDelete
It has been a pleasure spending the day at your blog today and catching up. =) Welcome by!
Have a Great start to the week! <3 Ada.
Thanks Ada for visiting and leaving so many comments. I hope you do get to Vegas someday!Delete
I wonder how they can maintain all of those beautiful flowers with their dry conditions. It looks like you enjoyed the visit.ReplyDelete
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I wondered that too considering how precious water is in that state.Delete
Wow! These are some great scenes. I knew there had to be more to the city than the flashing lights!ReplyDelete
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Oh wow! I have not visited any of the gardens of Las Vegas yet but I look forward to doing so now that you've pointed out some of the great ones.ReplyDelete