The Palazzo Resort
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This is a palazzo that is still inhabited but of which parts are open to the public.Do use the audio guide as it gives you some surprising background in the things you will see.Without going further into details, there is an abundance of paintings of old masters, all together representing an unleasurable fotune. There are Carravagios, a Rubens, Breughel and many, many, many, really uncountable many others.The other takeaway is that in one of the rooms electricity was installed in the early days of this then new technology. When they renewed it, parts were sent to a museum as they were so special. There is still a forner of the ball room where the original light bulbs are still on show and - although they are not lit - we were told that they still function.I hope I wetted your appetite as it is really worth a visit if not a detour.
Once you arrive to the hotel you feel really lost, but not for long, despite the long walk I had inside the hotel to reach reception and check in, every staff member was nice and willing to help, it also gave me the chance to discover most of what the hotel has to offer. then once there it goes fast and easy. I checked-in and my room was ready. in fact it's not a room but a suite, all rooms are the same, in European standards this is called a presidential Suite as it has more than 100m2. so this is the standard and of course there are higher categories that I did not test. the room is nice and made with taste, comfortable and very quiet, despite the noise at the lobby level with the casino and all the slot machines noise. the only negative point I experienced was breakfast, there is no breakfast restaurant as in all other cities but this is Vegas, round the clock service! so I had to queue at a restarurant gate to end up sitting on the bar since I was alone. there is a breakfast buffet. rich but but not variable. the public areas are nice, I tested as well the asian restaurant which was very nice and portions are HUGE. this is definitely a plce I would recommend to any visitor to Vegas, whatever you aim is, you will find it here.
Amenities are OK. The room is large and quiet. The wifi is good. But if you stay on lower floors, you have no scenery out of the window. The hotel is quiet and has connecting suites. This is a average standard hotel, but a little bit below my expectation.
We have stayed several times at the Palazzo and the Rooms are extremely comfortable, they thought of everything to make you feel it's home,Bed's are very comfortable and very clean, beautiful decorations, relaxing environment, and the Hospitality is Extraordinary.Highly recommend this Hotel.
We were at the Palazzo in December. This hotel is a true 5star. It is a wonderful placeto travel as an adult with older parents. It's glitzy all in the right ways. I'm in my 30s and my parents are in their 60/70s. The hotel furniture is traditional and while it is not my taste in particular, the pieces chosen in the hotel are tasteful. The rooms are likely the largest you will find in the strip. Our room was a suite that has a large king size bed and a a sectional couch with a pullout separated by a step down into basically another room. It was wonderful. The couch area has a large TV and the king size bed area has a Tv. The bathroom has a TV as well. The bathroom was beautiful. The shower had amazing jets for your back. Hotel floors were modern and renovated. The pool was beautiful and majestic. It was too cold to swim but there were large hot tubs on each end. Pools and hot tubs are accessible by elderly and handicap. The casino was the prettiest on the strip. There is access to the beautiful Vanetian. I find that the part of the strip that palazzo is on the the best part and most accessible. There is no buffet in the palazzo and we didn't try any of the restaurants but the mirage across the street has he best buffet on the strip which has the most variety at the best price point. Do not go to Caesars palace as it is a huge rip off and is about $60 to $90 per Person. Belagio has the longest line up. Mirage across the street is the best. We had a blast. Staff made us feel super important and I would go back to this hotel in a heartbeat. I am a very picky traveller and this hotel was fantastic. I've stayed at the Aria as well which does not compare.
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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
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- 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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Resort Location Map
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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