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This sister casino to the adjacent Venetian works a luxurious theme that's part vintage Europe, part modern Beverly Hills.
You could almost say the casino at the Palazzo is "boutique" compared to other megaresorts.
Expect “sensory overload and plenty of things to do” at this towering take on Italian flair, the sister resort of the Venetian. Full review →
Though it has struggled to keep restaurants, the hotel's an understated blend of style and sophistication. Full review →
The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino opened in January 2008 with more than 3,000 luxurious rooms in the Italian-themed mega-resort. Full review →
The Palazzo is an expansion of the impressive Venetian, but one that functions as a separate hotel, with its own massive grand lobby, own restaurants, and own rates. Full review →
From the team behind The Venetian comes The Palazzo: a fifty-story, all-suite property with European-influenced, plush guest quarters varying in size from 720 up to 3,000 square feet. Full review →
European elegance meets Hollyood hip on the Strip, with high-end shopping, a pool scene and a splurge-worthy spa Full review →
Enormous suites come with the Venetian's signature sunken living rooms and Roman tubs; Prestige Suites enjoy VIP check-in with complimentary champagne. Full review →
Big, elaborate, and packed with the kind of luxuries you see at the Bellagio and the Wynn, the Palazzo has some of the best and biggest standard rooms on The Strip. Full review →
Everything is of an impeccably high standard, but the building itself is much less interesting.
With a two-story fountain gushing in its entry, the 3,066 room high-rise resort is a memorable new arrival. Full review →
Fans “feel like royalty” and would "return in a heartbeat" to this “awesome” all-suite Strip resort.
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