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Whether you’re coming to The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino or sister hotel The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino to kick back and relax, or to use it as your base for a wild ride in Vegas, you’re sure to enjoy our favorite special amenity: the truly special pool facilities shared between these Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotels.
For starters, the pool deck of The Venetian has three pools, a hot tub, four pavilion beds, a seasonal shop and outdoor showers, while The Palazzo features seven more pools and four more hot tubs. Obviously, if you like to swim, you’re in luck. It’s the luxurious cabanas, poolside restaurants from celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck and the hedonistic TAO Beach lounge, however, that truly make these Four-Star hotels’ aquatic amenities really stand out.
The 23 cabanas at The Venetian and 41 cabanas at The Palazzo can each handle up to eight people and feature a 32-inch flat-screen TV, DVD player and fully stocked fridge, as well as air-conditioning and cooling mist system during the summer. You can even book a massage and order food-and-beverage service for inside your cabana.
You can’t beat the poolside dining options either. The convenient location of Wolfgang Puck’s RIVA (The Venetian) and SOLARO (The Palazzo) ensure you won’t have to towel off to enjoy gourmet Belgian waffles, pizzas or lobster club sandwiches.
Finally, when it comes to pampered exclusivity nothing beats the celebrity playground that is The Venetian’s TAO Beach. The cabanas at this spin-off of the famous TAO nightclub combine the luxury and energy of the Asian nightclub with the popular Las Vegas pool-party trend. If you’re looking for a uniquely Las Vegas experience, a visit to TAO Beach definitely belongs on your Sin City bucket list.