Palazzo Las Vegas
The Palazzo is an all-suites hotel in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip and you can see its location on L.V. Boulevard on Google Maps. Built in 2007 and owned by the Las Vegas Sands Corporation, it conjoins the Venetian and the two are generally operated as one resort. The two hotels share the high-end designer shopping mall called Grand Canal Shoppes, and they share a suite of fine restaurants as well.
You could say this resort has a “theme,” but this theme happens to be of the classic architecture and art of Europe, so it actually focuses on beauty, as the Wynn does. Its design is derived from older eras but expressed in modern style.
Suites at Palazzo Las Vegas
Exclusivity and supreme elegance are the motifs here. If you’ve got the spondulicks — the lire, the greenbacks — you might choose to book reservations using Prestige, a special group of services which provides a separate hotel entrance apart from the general public, private registration desk, private lounge on the 23rd floor, better amenities and complimentary wine in your room, and other touches including someone to play piano for guests.
The looks of the various plush quarters are great to see. Here are all the types of suites available:
Luxury Suite — with a sumptuous King Bed. Divided lounge area with velvet sectional couches, marble details and vanity bench at foot of bed. Attractive vases of flowers here and there, as found in all the suites.
Bella Suite — 2 Queen Beds, added floor space, velvet sectional couches in lounge area, lovely marble touches at bedside and elsewhere.
Fortuna Suite — 940 square feet, has a sitting area with 2 armchairs in addition to the sectional couch area. Huge marble bathroom with full tub, double vanity, dressing table, large screen TV there too.
Siena Suite — 1,280 square feet and heightened elegance. Marble foyer, powder room, living room with gorgeous furniture in regal brocade and velvets. Dining table and wet bar here as well.
Lago Suite — 1,943 square feet, full dining table for 8. Pick between having a piano or pool table or massage table. The bathroom is kingly with a fantastic jetted tub. One bedroom.
Lago Media Suite — Set up for comfort with a large area to watch films, games, etc. on big HD screen. Again, choice of piano, pool table or massage table. One bedroom.
Lago Two BR Suite — All the above but they’ve fitted 2 bedrooms in it. Fainting couch for reclining in main bedroom. 3 beds total. Two huge bathrooms each with separate walled shower and jetted tub.
The resort has a car museum which is located in the Del Toro Restaurant. Its other main attraction is its shopping. Of course, it has the fantastic dining and night life big Vegas requires.
SUSHISAMBA – Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian
Mercato della Pescheria
CUT – American, Wolfgang Puck’s
Delmonico – American, by Emeril Lagasse
Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro
Buddy V’s Ristorante
db Brasserie – Daniel Boulud
Otto Enoteca Pizzeria
Solaro Poolside – Wolfgang Puck
Canyon Ranch Grill
Grand Lux Cafe
Cafe Presse – coffee and pastry
Hong Kong Cafe
TAO Asian Bistro
This casino floor stretches over two levels. Over 139 table games, including a couple of new variations on blackjack with added wagers possible. Craps tables even offer bets on non-tracked numbers if you have a lucky one in mind. A separate high-limit salon offers 20 games.
Daily slot tournaments Mon. through Fri. happen in the main casino; High-limit slots allow wagers as high as $5,000 on a spin. All slots players should be aware of the special Luxury Bonus Boxes, which are added prizes like watches, etc. These are separate from any payline on the slot machine, because they are awarded randomly.
If you are a poker player, you’ll have to step over next door to the Venetian’s card room, where major games and their world-class tournament, the DeepStack Extravaganza, take place. And if you play there, you’re still eligible for special room rates at either hotel.
Canyon Ranch SpaClub at The Palazzo
Guests at either hotel can visit the Canyon Ranch SpaClub next door. This great spa has an impressive-by-any-standards 40-foot climbing rock wall, exercise sessions such as Pilates, salt grotto, wave room, rain room, massages and dry and moist saunas, hot tubs. You get to move through changing ambiance as well as physically different sensations. This spa gets superb write-ups on TripAdvisor and Oyster.