The mystery of Hyde Bellagio begins with an opulent Italian villa lost centuries ago. The space was said to have been the property of a famed Renaissance artist, best known for tailoring seductive grand festival masks. With an eclectic and refined taste, the artist fashioned his surroundings with worldly treasures, complemented by Italian marbles, reclaimed woods, lavish chandeliers, and towering glass doors that led to a secluded Tuscan garden. Rediscovered as Hyde Bellagio, the villa has been artfully brought back to life by visionary design icon Philippe Starck. Boasting a seamless indoor/outdoor space and floor-to-ceiling windows, Hyde Bellagio features an expansive terrace that showcases Las Vegas’ most celebrated landmark, the Fountains of Bellagio.