The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino

A luxe Italian oasis on the Las Vegas Strip
While The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino is part of Vegas’ Italian-themed mega-resort, it takes a much more understated approach to luxury than its adjoining sister property, The Venetian (which plays heavily on its name — there’s a canal with bridges and gondoliers).

You’ll certainly feel as if you’re in a palace, but this all-suite hotel focuses more on offering you perks without the flash. The accommodations in the 50-story tower start at 720 square feet and are decorated in a contemporary Italian style with remote-controlled Roman shades, Egyptian linens from Anichini and curtains to block out that searing desert sun.

Though, you can always embrace the sun and lounge in the Palazzo’s whopping seven pools. Not impressed? Head over to The Venetian Hotel Resort Casino for three more water wonderlands.

Another reason to stay at The Palazzo is the food. Celebrity chefs Mario Batali, Wolfgang Puck, Emeril Lagasse and Thomas Keller all have opened signature restaurants here, bringing with them a hip crowd of foodie revelers.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Get a feel of what it’s like cruising the canals of Venice by taking a relaxing ride with a crooning gondolier through The Venetian’s Grand Canal.
  • You’ll be spoiled for choice inside the sprawling complexes of The Venetian and The Palazzo with more than 30 restaurants to choose from, including award-winning spots from celebrity chefs like Mario Batali, Emeril Lagasse and Wolfgang Puck.
  • With a variety of well-known brand-name stores that includes Banana Republic, Dooney & Bourke, Coach and Sephora, The Venetian and The Palazzo are great places to satisfy your shopping fix.
  • Whether you want to go for a quick dip or just lounge poolside, you’ll have a whopping 10 pools (and five hot tubs) to choose from: three at The Venetian and seven at The Palazzo.
  • While the Palazzo’s sister resort, The Venetian, plays heavily on its name — there’s a canal with bridges and gondoliers — the Palazzo takes a more understated approach to luxury.
Things to Know
  • For an additional fee, you can add the Prestige Package to your stay, which grants you access to the 23rd-floor Prestige Lounge at the hotel, continental breakfasts, a cocktail reception and complimentary Wi-Fi.
  • If you’re looking to get a workout in during your stay, you’ll have access to the fitness center at the Canyon Ranch SpaClub in connecting sister property the Venetian and a smaller gym near the Palazzo’s spa entrance.
  • Here’s a tip worth salivating over: You won’t need to leave the Palazzo to get some of the best steaks in the world. Cut by Wolfgang Puck and Carnevino by Mario Batali are housed here.
  • While the Venetian has the Canal Shoppes, the Palazzo has a more upscale boutique shopping experience. Fendi, Coach and other top-tier designers call the Palazzo home.
The Rooms
  • Exuding elegant, Italian-style luxury with extravagant design and décor touches such as marble foyers, Roman soaking tubs and remote-controlled Roman shades, suites at The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino are comfortable and spacious.
  • Standard Luxury Suites at the Las Vegas hotel have separate bedroom and living room areas, a 32-inch flat-screen TV (The Palazzo’s Luxury Suites also have a 42-inch flat-screen) and DVD player, Wi-Fi access, and fully stocked refreshments.
  • Rich Italian fabrics blanket the sofa and cushy king-sized beds, which feature custom Sealy pillow-top mattress and Egyptian cotton linens.
  • Inside the 130-square-foot bathrooms you’ll find a double-sink vanity, glass-enclosed shower separate from the soaking tub and complimentary bath products from Agraria San Francisco.
The Restaurants
  • There are three delightful onsite eateries from Italian-cooking mastermind Mario Batali: B&B Ristorante, which serves traditional Italian fare, Carnevino, an Italian steakhouse, and Otto Enoteca Pizzeria, the most casual of the three.
  • Batali isn’t the only celebrity chef serving up gourmet fare: Emeril Lagasse hosts Lagasse’s Stadium, Delmonico Steakhouse and Table 10, Wolfgang Puck’s restaurants include CUT, Postrio and Solaro Poolside, and Tom Moloney serves amazing seafood at AquaKnox.
  • Before crowds get the party started upstairs in club Lavo, they gather for dinner and drinks on the first floor. Lavo has a dressy-casual dress code, which is in line with the Las Vegas restaurant’s dual status as a lounge and nightclub. 
  • On past visits we’ve also enjoyed the French cuisine at Morel’s and Pinot Brasserie, fresh, innovatively presented sushi at SUSHISAMBA and family-friendly fare at Grand Lux Café and I Love Burgers.
  • The extensive in-suite dining menu has something for everyone, too, and is a great option if you don’t feel like leaving the considerable comfort of your room.
24-hour room service
House car
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Getting There
3325 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
LAS (12-26 min)  
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