Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas Review
The Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas is upscale luxury that brings the guest experience to new level.
This all-suite property is connected to the Venetian Hotel by the Grand Canal Shoppes that feature exciting luxury brands and unique items for shoppers. The overall charm of this property is their unique suites that are twice the size of a regular hotel room. The Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas is furnished in the finest fashion boasting lots of marble, Italian architecture and personal concierge services. Guests may also upgrade to the Prestige at the Palazzo experience which offers daily breakfast, a cocktail reception with appetizers, afternoon tea and VIP services.
The Palazzo Hotel is easy to walk around in and has an interesting Waterfall Atrium for your enjoyment. There are several exclusive lounges like the Fusion Latin Mixology Bar and the Laguna Champagne Bar as well as signature restaurants from Wolfgang Puck and Mario Batali. The casino area boasts the LAVO Casino Club for a lavish setting and the Lagasse race and sports book is themed after a stadium sports bar with food by Emeril Lagasse.
The Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas pool deck is large with multiple cabanas and guests can also venture to the other pools associated with the Venetian Hotel. This complex shares some amenities with the Venetian Hotel like the pool area and the Canyon Ranch SpaClub as well as the numerous shops in the Grand Canal Shoppes area, where guests can enjoy a gondola ride.
The Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas boasts over 3,000 all-suite accommodations that are lavish and heavy amenities. The décor is amazing with a mixture of wood, marble and tile. Guests can upgrade to the Prestige at the Palazzo option which offers dedicated concierge services, complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, complimentary cocktail reception as well as hot and cold appetizers in the evening.
The smallest suite is the Luxury Suite at over 700 square feet. The living space is divided by a sunken living room that includes a full sized sofa, work area, dining table and a minibar. The king size bed is comfy and the large bathroom has a dual sink vanity, a Roman soaking tub and an oversized shower.
The Bella Suite is similar in size with a small partition between the sunken living room and the two queen size beds. The Fortuna Suite has a triangle shape and features over 900 square feet of luxury that overlooks the Strip or the Palazzo pool deck. The sunken living room includes ample sofa space, minibar and a dining table. The bedroom area is quite large with a work desk area and sitting area with a table as well as a walk-in closet for your belongings. The bathroom features a dual sink vanity, an additional closet, a Roman soaking tub and an oversized shower.
The Sienna Suite is 1,280 square feet that includes a separate living room with a sofa, work area, dining table, minibar, a closet and a half bathroom near the foyer at the Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas. The bedroom contains a large sitting area, walk-in closet and a makeup area. The bathroom features a whirlpool tub, dual sink vanity and an oversized shower. The Lago and Lago Media Suites are over 1,900 square feet with a separate living room that contains a sofa, dining table, billiards table, wet bar and a half bathroom off the foyer. There is also a separate sitting room with a sofa sleeper and closet. The bedroom has a walk-in closet, sitting area and the bathroom contains a dual sink vanity, whirlpool tub and an oversized shower. There is also a separate massage room attached to the rear of the bathroom.
Nightlife - clubs & bars
The nightlife at the Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas includes several casino bars and numerous specialty lounges for guests to enjoy.
Patrons can visit the center of the casino for a taste of signature drinks from Mexico, Brazil, Peru and the Caribbean at the Fusion Latin Mixology Bar; indulge in shopping, wine and whiskey at the Double Helix Wine and Whiskey Bar; the Laguna Champagne Bar is the perfect place to mingle while you are enjoying a hand-crafted champagne cocktail; located in the Palazzo Hotel lobby area the LAVO Restaurant Lounge serves up unique alcohol concoctions; the Rockhouse sports 83 televisions, three bars, drinking games and plenty of area to dance to DJ’s at night; guests looking for a soothing jazz experience can enjoy a cocktail at the Label; the Lounge at Sushisamba has sexy cocktails with a Brazilian flare in a gold and chocolate leather décor.
The casino at the Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas is fairly large at over 100,000 square feet. The space features over 1,000 slots and video poker machines in an exciting atmosphere. The casino is lighted with lots of neon and LED to enhance the experience. Patrons can also play at one of the many tables that offer blackjack, roulette, craps and other casino staple games.
There is a separate poker room and for those looking for a luxury experience there is the LAVO Casino Club which features poker, blackjack and other table games. The Lagasse Stadium is a large race and sports book that can seat upwards of 150 people in the perfect sports bar atmosphere that includes personal betting terminals.
There are lots of exciting restaurants that are serving innovative fresh cuisine at the Palazzo Hotel. Guests are able to find almost any kind of food that their pallet is craving.
The Hong Kong Café brings a mixture of Asian dishes with a Western flare; there are dry-aged steaks at Carnevino or at Wolfgang Puck’s the Cut; the Canyon Ranch Grill on the 3rd level features healthy cuisine; there is Italian cuisine featured at Dal Toro Ristorante; Espressamente Illy serves fine coffee and light fare near the Waterfall Atrium; the Grand Lux Café boasts cuisine from burgers to pasta and 20 dessert selections; the JuiceFarm creates healthy organic drinks; Lagasse’s Stadium is the ideal sports bar with cuisine inspired by Chef Emeril Lagasse; the LAVO Italian Restaurant has innovative fresh cuisine and on the second floor the LAVO Casino Club features VIP bottle service as well as Morels French Steakhouse and Bistro which has over 60 different cheeses and 400 bottles of fine wine on their menu.
In addition there are several restaurants from Grimaldi’s for pizza to French cuisine at db Brasserie to Mediterranean delights at Casanova along restaurant row which connects the Palazzo and Venetian Hotel. There is also a food court located inside the Grand Canal Shoppes.
The Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas does not offer a buffet but patrons have many choices for a delicious brunch on the weekends. Restaurants within the Palazzo Hotel that offer brunch are Sushisamba, Morels French Steakhouse and Bistro, LAVO Italian Restaurant and the Canyon Ranch Grill. Hours of operation for brunch at each establishment vary and guests are encouraged to make reservations.
The Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas pool is situated on the third floor of the complex for an invigorating sun experience. Large columns and fountains spring to life around the exterior of the pool that will have you feeling like a Roman Emperor.
The Palazzo Hotel pool deck features private showers and changing rooms in an Italian architecture inspired area. The main pool at Palazzo Hotel also has over 35 cabanas for guests looking for that ultimate VIP poolside experience. Patrons can also order poolside food and drink from celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck at the Solaro.
Another entertaining place at the Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas is the Waterfall Atrium which is situated at the opening of the Grand Canal Shoppes. The atrium boasts colorful floral gardens that change seasonally to enhance the experience. The Waterfall Atrium is decorated for various celebrations like the Chinese New Year and Christmas.
Most weddings associated with the Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas are conducted at the Venetian Hotel and Casino. There is one location that is geared for weddings at the Palazzo Hotel and that is the Palazzo Waterfall Atrium where up to 80 guests can view the ceremony on your special day.
Other wedding options include areas within the Grand Canal Shoppes like the Wedding Bridge or even having the wedding ceremony while experiencing a gondola ride.
There is not a dedicated spa to the Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas. Guests can relax at the spacious Canyon Ranch SpaClub which is shared by the Palazzo and Venetian Hotels.
Canyon Ranch SpaClub features a forty foot rock climbing wall, private therapy rooms and a tranquil atmosphere that will help refresh and rejuvenate your body as well as your spirit.
The Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas is fortunate and is connected to the Grand Canal Shoppes. This walkway of over 150 shops includes such famous luxury brands as Michael Kors, Montblanc, Coach and Burberry.
Guests can browse such shops as Victoria Secret for luxurious lingerie; Barneys New York boasts fashion; men can find trendy fashion at 7 for ALL Mankind and Salvatore Ferragamo; shoes are available at Christian Louboutin and Steve Madden; the perfect toy or magical item exists at Houdini’s Magic Shop; the newest in women’s fashion can be found at bebe as well as Tory Burch. Shopping in Las Vegas does not get any better than the Grand Canal Shoppes.
Patrons can be assured that they will find what they are looking for in one of the eclectic shops. There are also a handful of shops located within the hotel where the Apothecary features cosmetic items; Misto is perfect for that late night mixer or bottle of wine for your room; Ricordo offers specialty items made in Italy; the latest swimwear can be found at the Pool Shop and the Newsstand boasts essentials from magazines to snacks.