- Location: 3325 S. Las Vegas Blvd
- Star rating:
- Check-in Time: 3:00 pm
- Check-out Time: 11:00 am
- Number of rooms 3000+ suites
- Casino Size: 105,000 sq ft
- In-room internet access: Yes
Plan Your Stay At Palazzo
Sister to the beautiful Venetian resort, the Palazzo resort offers only suites, the smallest of which is their 720 square foot “standard.” The décor is modern European, with luxurious, huge, marble bathrooms, fabulous linens (bath sheets, robes, and slippers), and remote controlled shades and curtains. The sitting room is sunken, with a sectional sofa, coffee table, and entertainment center. There are even nice closets, with lights that go on when you open the door.
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The Canyon Ranch Spa Club, is world famous. More than just a place to go for a massage or to use the fitness center, the club offers a personal trainer, nutritionist, water therapies, and a forty foot rock climbing wall. For a $40 one day pass you can enjoy the fitness center and classes, lectures, locker rooms, sandals and robes, and complimentary beverages. If you are taking a treatment, the pass is only $20.
The pool deck contains seven pools, four hot tubs, forty-one cabanas, plus private dressing rooms and showers. The restaurant and cocktail service is seasonal.
Fine dining abounds, though LAVO is arguably the most popular restaurant, partly because it is a great place to spot celebrities. The menu is basically Italian with a touch of American thrown in. The terrace is right above the Strip, and you can dine or have cocktails while watching the excitement on Las Vegas Blvd. This multi entertaining venue also has a sensuous and very widely acclaimed lounge. On the floor above the restaurant you will find the LAVO Nightclub which is open six days per week. This is a one stop evening for those who want an award winning meal, music, dancing, and a top of the line nightclub experience.
You will find some of the most celebrated chefs in the restaurants at Palazzo. For a great steak and the best wine selection in Las Vegas, try Carnevino, which features Chefs Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich. Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant, CUT, is where you go if you want to taste true Kobe beef. Table 10 is Chef Emeril’s baby, which originated in New Orleans…try the crawfish muffuletta or the beignets!
SUSHISAMBA is an interesting blend of Japanese, Peruvian, and fiery Brazilian cuisine. You can watch videos of Carnaval in Rio de Janiero while you savor the flavors of those countries. If you are looking for something simpler, go to the Grand Lux Café. There is one in the Venetian as well, and both are wonderful casual hotel cafes with large, international menus and very moderate prices. Owned by the Cheesecake Factory, they are renowned for their amazing desserts.
The two hotels are connected by a tall structure topped with a dome made of glass and iron. Plan on taking hours to go from one hotel to the other, because the shopping along the way is magnificent. Just about every famous designer is represented in that indoor shopping mall!
As far as other shows and entertainment goes, you will find the best in these two buildings. Jersey Boys is playing at the Palazzo, while Phantom of the Opera and Blue Man Group can be seen at the Venetian Resort. All three of these shows are top Las Vegas entertainment.