I wonder why you'd ever want a bed in the Nevada desert's city of lights. Just walking up and down the neon-lit Strip you'll find plenty to distract you 24/7. This is eye-candy heaven where the world's beautiful people come to have non-stop fun. But if there ever was a place to inspire 'sweet dreams' the Italian elegance and charm of the Bellagio is hard to resist. Not just famous for its water fountains which dance to light and music outside the entrance, the Bellagio is also home to the world's largest chocolate fountain. The eight-metre-high (27ft) melted milk, dark and white chocolate glass-encased cascade (which took two years to design) greets chocolate lovers entering the wonderful world of world pastry champion Jean Philllipe Maury. Akin to a fine jewellery shop, you'll find a selection of the French-born chef's signature edible gems, including cakes and crepes, near the Conservatory in the Spa Tower, of the AAA Five-Diamond award-winning casino-hotel complex.