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|Rating:||★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆|
|Pricing:||$ $ $ $ $|
|Deposit:||First night charge plus tax|
|Resort Fee:||$32/day plus tax|
Wynn Las Vegas
|Comp Club:||Club Grazie|
|Deals:||1 deals for Palazzo|
Real Deal on the Palazzo
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.
Are the vibes lucky at Palazzo?
We're not big fans of the Venetian or Palazzo's casinos. Palazzo's casino is more spacious and the games are reasonably fair, but due to the fact that they don't cater to the real players, the excitement level in there just never gets humming. If you like playing blackjack with a tablefull of salesmen in town for the funeral directors or cement truck manufacturers convention, you'll love this place. As for us, we prefer to gamble where the other guests are actual gamblers, not business people tacking charges onto the expense account. Thats not to say that conventioneers don't know how to gamble or party, they do... but if they do, they're smart enough to go to Wynn.
What casino games are offered at Palazzo?
All the games you'd expect and more. Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Pai Gow, Three Card Poker, Caribbean Stud, Slots, Video Poker and more. If you're looking for poker, head over to the Venetian's poker room. There is a small sports book stand on the floor below the lobby, purposefully located adjacent to Lagasse Stadium, which is essentially a plush sports bar, restaurant play room for sports freaks.
Does Palazzo have casino comps?
Despite years of playing in the Venetian's casino, we've yet to get one decent comp through Club Grazie (translated from Italian means Thank You Club). Other people do get comps, we don't. Take that as you wish.