Situated between two of Sin City’s most elegant casinos is the Palazzo. Acting as the bridge between the Venetian and the Wynn, it would be no surprise that the Palazzo would need to be just as, if not more, elegant after its construction. On its grand opening in 2007, curious tourists and guests of the 3,068 room resort would come to find that the Palazzo not only matched the class of its two neighbors, but nearly surpassed it. Decorated in modern European influences, the Palazzo is sure to transport you to another country.
If it is elegance you’re looking for, the Palazzo will effortlessly deliver. Starting with its most basic of state rooms – which at 720 sq-ft are the largest on the Strip – the Palazzo creates a rich ambiance with ornate décor and high end furniture pieces. Only offering an array of Suites, the Palazzo leaves behind the basics and goes right into offering a comfortable pillow-top mattress, separate dining area, and a work area that includes all the essentials any business man would need. These basic suites, known as the Luxury and Bella, also include lavish bathrooms with dual vanities, Roman tubs, and glass-enclosed showers. Tacking on 220 sq-ft to the Luxury and Bella suites will get you the Fortuna Suite – complete with a marble foyer, L-Shaped sofa-sleeper, bed chamber, and a fully stocked refreshment center. At 1,230 sq-ft, the Sienna Suite adds an on-suite jetted tub and a separate living room. Things get even bigger with the Lago series Suites, all coming in at over 1,900 sq-ft. The basic Lago Suite comes equipped with either a pool table or piano and an in-suite massage table. Two other varieties come with either a complete media room or a second bedroom. As if basic suites weren’t enough to satisfy the lavish appetite, the Palazzo offers the Prestige Suites. The Prestige Suites essentially take guests of the Luxury, Sienna, and Fortuna Suites into a VIP. Private check-in and access to the private Prestige Lounge – which comes with a continental breakfast, hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, personal concierge assistance, and complimentary tea and coffee -make this upgrade well worth the money.
Since it’s no surprise to the hotel that you will have a hard time staying away from the room itself, the Palazzo offers an exquisite menu of delicacies for in-room dining. Enjoy a succulent steak in the comfort of your plush-paradise and follow it up with some fresh fruit as you wash away the day in your oversized tub. Restaurant dining at the Palazzo offers a fine array of varying steakhouses, like Wolfgang Puck’s Cut and Mario Batali’s Carnevino, to Lavo’s fresh Italian fair. Guests at the Palazzo will also have easy access to any of the Venetians 5-star restaurants (not that there should be any need to leave this resort). The Palazzo’s list of casual dining is a 20 establishment long list that ranges from high end burgers to an Asian noodle bar.
Guests of the Palazzo will a fine array of entertainment to choose from. Casual tourists can take a stroll through either the several dozen Shoppes at the Palazzo or the expansive Canal Shoppes “mall” that snakes through the Venetian. Anybody looking for a day in the sun will be pleased by the 5-acre pool deck, which houses seven pools and 3 hot tubs. Cabanas are available for rental and give guests a spot of luxury with the fresh desert air. Not only is the Palazzo home to the best of Las Vegas luxury, it also houses some of the best of Las Vegas entertainment. Rounding off a list of live performances within the resort are David Spade, Tim Allen, Rita Rudner, and the musically inclined Blue Man Group.
Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino Features :
- Family Rooms
- Free parking
- Interior Corridor
- Convention Center
- All Suites
- First Class Hotel
- Dry Cleaning
- High-speed internet
- Meeting rooms
- Business center
- Wheelchair accessible
- Fitness Center
- Swimming pool
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