Palazzo Hotel

Palazzo Hotel
3325 Las Vegas Blvd. S

Las Vegas, NV 89109

The Palazzo is a luxury hotel in Las Vegas with 3,068 rooms. The Palazzo is part of the Venetian resort and attached by an indoor walkway with the Shoppes at Palazzo, a multi-story mall featuring high-end stores, including Barney's New York and several fine restaurants.

Opened in January 2008 at a cost of $1.8 billion, the Palazzo has soaring high ceilings in both the lobby and also the casino floor. To get to the hotel elevators, you walk from the lobby straight through the middle of the casino.

Rooms are very similar to the Venetian but with a more modern design. Like the Venetian, the Palazzo rooms are all-suite which includes a bed area and a sunken living room with sectional sofa and a full table.

A switch on the wall lets you automatically open and close the curtains.

There are two flat-screen TVs in the room, one 32-inch screen attached to the wall in front of the bed and another in the living room.

The bathrooms are beautiful with marble and separate shower, tub and room for the toilet. There is also a small flat-screen TV above the sink.

There is turn-down service by the maid in the evening who leaves a mint chocolate bar on the bed.

What I like about the Palazzo is its excellent location with a walkway connecting to Wynn Las Vegas. The Treasure Island Hotel and Fashion Show Mall are also right across the street.

The Palazzo has an underground parking garage for cars which is unusual for Vegas. Because of limited land available for construction, putting the parking garage below ground was the only option. Be sure to remember where you parked your car because it's easy to forget when you are ready to leave and the garage spaces can all look the same.

 

There is a Canyon Ranch Spa at the Palazzo, which is billed as the largest spa in the world, and features an indoor rock climbing wall and plenty of new exercise equipment along with free bottled water for guests.

When booking a room at the Palazzo, be sure to check their website under "Suite Packages" which offer deals that can save on regular rates and even offer slot and dining credits.

Rooms are a little more in price compared to the Venetian but are much nicer and worth the extra cost. There is an additional charge for a strip view room.

Check out time at the Palazzo is 11 a.m.

- Joseph Shieh

 

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