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|Resort Fee:||$32/day plus tax|
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Palazzo - The Real Deal :
Compared to it's sister property, The Venetian, the The Palazzo Las Vegas casino is equally Italianate, yet infinitely more spacious and much better organized. For the most part, foot traffic paths are spacious and getting from one side of the casino to another is quick and easy... amen to that.
The casino design shows a noticeable Asian influence coupled with its Italianate design sense. Interspersed between the inlaid frescoes and other Italian trimmings are architectural allusions to Shoji doors and other Chinese and Japanese interior touches.
Don't expect any phantasmic eye opening architectural wonders in the casino, essentially It's an extremely unimaginative rectangular box filled with casino games surrounded by restaurants. Ho Hum.
Location of Palazzo:
The Palazzo is located to the north of the Venetian on the corner of Sands Boulevard and the Las Vegas Strip. Directly to the north of it is Wynn Las Vegas, and across the street is Treasure Island/Mirage and the Fashion Square Mall.
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Despite shifting its originally scheduled opening date from December 20, 2007 to January 17, 2008, the Palazzo's 'soft opening' was a bit bumpy. Reviewers from around the world reported missing furniture, dirty water in the pipes and tons of construction debris (as well as miles of blue construction tape) all over the resort. Little by little they've ironed a lot of the issues out and have finally got the resort humming.
The Rooms at Palazzo
All of the rooms at Palazzo Las Vegas are two level suites similar to what you've probably seen at the Venetian. The Palazzo, features two types of suites, Palazzo Suites and Concierge Suites each of which has four different types of offerings:
- Luxury (King Bed, 720 square ft)
- Bella (Two Queen Beds, 720 square ft)
- Fortuna (King Bed, 940 square ft)
- Siena (King Bed, 1280 square ft, 'powder room', dining area, double door entry, marble floors, sitting area, robes, jacuzzi tub)
The Siena suite is the largest and most luxurious (and most expensive.) Essentially the difference between the Palazzo and Concierge offerings are Concierge Suites customers get access to the 23rd floor Concierge Lounge which hosts complimentary breakfast, hors d'oeuvres, bar and other snacks at all hours of the day. Concierge customers also get access to a private check in area, VIP elevators, a DVD library (cool) and can have their bags packed and unpacked by staff members. If you don't mind strangers rifling through your skivvies and/or traveling sex toy collection, feel free to enjoy this service.
Restaurants at Palazzo
The Palazzo features a number of dining options which seems to show the influence of what the Palazzo's owners learned opening the Venetian Macao. There's a ton of celebrity chefs and a ton of asian food in many varieties, including:
Carnevino - Mario Batali's Italian joint
CUT - Wolfgang Puck's steak joint
Dos Caminos - Famed New York Mexican joint's Vegas offering
Dal Toro - Italian food surrounded by Italian Lamborghini sports cars
Double Helix - wine bar on the second floor by the shops.
Espressamente Illy - Fancy name for coffee joint
Grand Lux - Chinese - a second helping of the same Grand Lux found inside the Venetian.
Jade Noodles - Dim sum.
Mainland - Pan Asian food with a twist
Morels - French steakhouse, with extensive wine list
Restaurant Charlie - Charlie Trotter's seafood joint.
Sushi Samba - sushi mixed with Brazilian food. Go figure
Table 10 - Emeril Lagasse's 'American Eatery' with an obligatory BAM
Woo - More Pan-Asian cuisine
If none of this satisfies you, you can also order room service, or head over to the Venetian to see what they've got.
The Palazzo also features the Canyon Ranch Spa Club which is shared with the Venetian. A second spa Aquavana will open in Spring 2008 and feature a number of water/heat related spa amenities, none of which make any sense to us. If you're a spa freak, give them a call for a thorough explanation.