Location – The Palazzo is the sister resort of the Venetian, located right on the strip just before you hit the Wynn.

The Theme – There is a posh Italian vibe running throughout the Palazzo, further accentuated by its proximity to the Venice inspired canals and gondola rides.

Rooms – You won’t lack space inside your suite, as even the smallest are close to double the size of a typical Vegas room. The rates are mostly mid-range, hovering right below two hundred clams, but can get steeper if your stay is during a special event.

Restaurants – You won’t have any trouble sating a voracious appetite inside the Palazzo. Their collection of restaurants were all chosen for their fresh and flavorful menus.

  • Carnevino – Conveniently located on the casino floor, Carnevino is Mario Batali’s stellar excursion into upscale steak.

  • Cut – Wolfgang Puck puts a new spin on modern American cuisine, adding those signature touches that has earned him the title of king of the kitchen.

  • Lagasse’s Stadium- This upscale sports book is the only place in town where you can get a five star meal while placing bets on your horse.

  • Solaro Poolside – A sunny spot by the pool, where you can enjoy a late lunch or early dinner from Wolfgang Puck’s innovative menu.

  • Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro – A seductive dining experience you don’t want to miss, starting with the décor on the wall and ending with a sinfully succulent sweet treat.

  • Grand Lux Café – The small café has a menu designed to meet any craving, from eggs and toast to a full steak dinner.

  • Hong Kong Café – A mix of different Asian cuisine is infused with a Western touch to bring the unique tastes of Hong Kong to Las Vegas.

  • Lavo – An enticing foray into Italian cuisine in a setting that makes you feel like an old-school Vegas high roller.

Staying at the Palazzo is like getting two high-end experiences in one. What you don’t find there you can always get across the way at the Venetian or at the Grand Canal Shoppes, St. Marks Square and along Restaurant Row.  

Gambling – The gaming areas are full of glamour as well as your favorite table games, poker and slot machines.

Shows – The Palazzo Theater offers exclusive shows and live entertainment, including BAZ, a compilation of songs and stories you can never forget.

Clubs and Bars – The Venetian has Tao, but the Palazzo has the Laguna Champagne Bar. The bubbly atmosphere and posh décor are perfect for adding a bit of sparkle to the night.

The Day Club & Pool – You can party the days away at Tao Beach, or relax in the elegant pool retreat at the Palazzo. Fountains, cabanas and impeccable service are all a part of this very relaxing environment.

Shopping – The Grand Canal Shoppes rival their Vegas counterparts, both in the selection of boutiques and in scenery. Fashioned alongside the man-made canal, you get the feel of shopping in a small Italian village.

Other Cool Stuff – Not only is there a canal – and gondolas to ride down on it – you have Madame Tussauds to visit. The world renowned wax museum is full of character and celebrity, of the wax variety. Shock your friends back home with your smiling face standing alongside Cher, Britney and the legendary Prince.

Worth the Stay?- The Palazzo is perfect for experiencing the finer side of Vegas. This is a flawless resort that offers you the latest and chicest in upscale hotel amenities.