The Palazzo Resort
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Just got back from a couple of nights at the Palazzo. Celebrating my 55th birthday with my girlfriend. We had been booked at few properties during the planning stages of our weekend but after my GF saw the youtube videos of the V/P and their suites, the choice was no longer a choice. I had booked their Luxury suite here, for some reason it was a bit less expensive than the Venetian for the same nights. We had a late Friday night arrival and when we did arrive,the moment you step into the Palazzo, you are impressed with its look, feel and smell. There were only a couple of people in line at registration so we were taken care of almost immediately. At check in I asked if there were any complimentary upgrades and the check in gentleman said there was one available - we were moved to a Siena Suite. WOWRecently renovated, everything look brand new. I am not sure what was better - their bed or their shower with jets from head to toes. The room was about the same size as my condo and furnished much nicer that I could ever do.Highly recommended.
We stayed here for three nights from the 1st January and then again on the 6th and 7th January. For our first stay I had told the hotel that it was a 21st birthday present for my son, which it was, so they gave us (we were a party of six with three rooms) suites on the 26th floor with strip views. For the second stay we were given much smaller suites on the 7th floor with no views. With the first check in we gave the receptionist a 20 dollar tip but didn't do it second time round so I don't know if this makes a difference. Also the second check in was the worst one I have ever had at a hotel. He was rude and unhelpful.The suites are lovely but they could do something about their toilet paper which is really thin and cheap. It would be great if they had a kettle but I understand why they don't. This is a nice hotel but we didn't like the casino floor - it lacks any kind of atmosphere.We also had problems with resort payments - being charged twice and then having to wait about five days for a refund. This happened to two of us. In the end they waived my resort fee for both visits but it left me short of cash whilst in Vegas.
I really don't like Las Vegas but I have to go each year to work at the CES show. Working at trade shows is not really enjoyable, but with bigger crowds, long hours and so much walking and standing, CES is the worst! The silver lining of the entire experience is that my company puts us up at the Palazzo. The rooms are so spacious, comfortable, and well-appointed. The suite is a lovely refuge at the end of the long days. Also, its nearness to many fine restaurants means that once your back at the hotel you don't have to venture far for dinner. And, all the staff I've encountered have above-average competence--besides being consistently friendly and helpful.
We stayed here for new year and the hotel was stunning but the lack of tea/coffee making facilities in the room. Otherwise a gorgeous hotel/casino. The staff were extremely friendly and there were a huge choice of places to eatr and drink but @ 3am you don't want to have to get dressed to go in search of a cuppa!
The room was large and the beds are comfortable. It has a sunken living room with a large sofa bed. The water pressure in the shower is excellent.It’s clean and feels new.Parking is free, and you can come and go easily as the parking garage entrance is off the strip.The Hong Kong Cafe delivers inexpensive food to the room until midnight.The concierge is super helpful with anything from getting show tickets, to where to get a SIM card for my phone, or “where is the closest pharmacy?”. (There is a large pharmacy on site-Walgreens).I even love the lobby music (Al Green “Use me up”).
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Resort fees (if applicable) must be paid directly to the hotel
- Hotel transfers for packages to USA
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 3066 suites
- 15 restaurants including: Emeril Lagasse's Table 10, Mario Batali's Carnevino and Wolfgang Puck's CUT
- 3 nightclubs and 10 Bars
- 11 pools
- Fitness Centre
- Canyon Ranch SpaClub
- Meeting facilities
- Business centre
- Live entertainment
- Casino on site
- Room service (fee)
Luxury Suite includes:
- 1 king-size bed
- 1 double sofabed
- Separate sunken living and dining area
- Telephone with voice mail
- Air conditioning
- 32" flat screen TV and DVD in the living room and bedroom
- 17" LCD television in the bathroom
- Hair dryer
- Clock radio
- In-room safe
- Wireless Internet access
- Personal fax/printer/copier
- Overhead reading lights, Remote-controlled Roman shades and curtains, Refreshment center
- 720 sq ft
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The Palazzo ResortLas Vegas,United States
- Hotel Contacts
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3325 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1414
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