Explore The Palazzo At The Venetian Resort

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Las Vegas locals and visitors are already familiar with the splendor of the Venetian. As an extension of the original property, the Palazzo is the luxury counterpart, with the same Italian ambiance and decadence.

History

The Palazzo has been breaking size records since its opening in 2007. While the Venetian Resort had a more celebratory creation process, the Palazzo’s debut was more unceremonious. The original land was occupied by several independent buildings, including several motels and subsequent restaurants, which were demolished to make room for the resort’s structure. 

The Palazzo is one of the tallest buildings in Nevada, measuring at 642 feet in height, making it the second-tallest hotel on the Strip after Resorts World. This resort stands at 52 stories and rests on top of an iceberg-like parking garage with 4,400 spaces that stretch to four underground stories. Upon entering, visitors can gaze upon the painted ceilings and ornate gold tapestries that resemble iconic Italian craftsmanship. 

The Palazzo and The Venetian Resort are connected by the Grand Canal Shoppes, and all Palazzo guests have access to the signature attractions of the Venetian, such as the famous gondola rides and the Venetian Expo hall.

Palazzo Resort | Shutterstock

The Palazzo Resort

Rooms

Much like the Venetian, The Palazzo offers suite-style rooms. Starting at 700 square feet, these suites are nearly double the size of every Las Vegas Strip hotel room, leaving plenty of space to spread out. Each one is thoughtfully furnished, with plush chaises and wooden decor that is both relaxing and delightful.

Pools

Guests at the Palazzo can enjoy the pools at both resorts. A walkway connects the two, allowing easy access for maximum enjoyment.

The Palazzo Pool

Palazzo Pool Deck | image courtesy of venetianlasvegas.com

Dive into the Palazzo Pool. The pool’s “crystalline waters” are best enjoyed with a refreshment from Truth and Tonic or a light meal from Capri. Lockers nd showers are available on the premises, for guests looking to spend the day poolside.

Cabanas and Daybeds

The Palazzo’s pool is framed by an impressive 30 luxury cabanas, complete with modern amenities such as Wi-Fi, charging ports and TVs. Allow private cabana staff to bring bottle service, delicious snacks or even refreshing slushies to your group.

Meeting Spaces

Stella Studio

Stella Studio

The Venetian Expo is the hub for ballrooms and meeting rooms, but Stella Studio in the Palazzo tower is the same caliber. With a postmodern design and almost 7,000 square feet of meeting space, there are many versatile options for subdivisions to fulfill a range of group size needs. Let the bright, airy space be the home of a productive gathering or successful event.

Theaters

The Opaline Theater

Smack in between the Venetian and Palazzo sits the Opaline Theater. As the dual resort’s only movie theater, 

Prestige Club Lounge at The Palazzo

The Palazzo Tower houses its own Prestige Club Lounge for busy visitors looking for a quiet productive space. Enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast, along with coffee and snacks to 

Parking

As a courtesy to all guests, parking is complimentary at the resort. The Palazzo’s main four-story self-parking lot is underground and can be accessed from the front of the Palazzo and from behind the resort off of Sands Avenue. The resort also features a two-story porte-cochere for guests checking in. 

Inside the parking lot, there are several features such as:

  • Tesla charging stations (levels 1, 2 and 4)
  • Valet (Main entrance)
  • Hertz luxury car rental (level 2: CURRENTLY CLOSED. Access car rental on the Venetian side)

Transportation

Taxi pick-up and drop-off are available in the porte cochere and buses are accessible by the Venetian Expo Center on Sands Boulevard.

Uber and Lyft pick-up is available on the lower level, with drop-off on the upper level.

Notables

Palazzo Waterfall Atrium and Gardens

LOVE sign in the Palazzo Atrium | image courtesy of mandalaybay.mgmresorts.com

Many European cities are known for their larger-than-life letterings proudly stating the city name. The Palazzo has copied this trend with a universal word that transcends language: LOVE. Guests of the Grand Canal Shoppes can descend the escalator to find an oasis of flowers adorning the waterfall, providing a cozy ambiance at the casino entrance.

Grazie Rewards

Grazie Rewards is an excellent service that provides hotel guests with discounted room rates, gambling perks, and other exclusive deals for both resorts. Refer to our On The Strip rewards guide for more information.

Restaurants

Canyon Ranch Grill

Healthy choices are the name of the game at Canyon Ranch Grill. Head to level 3 of the Palazzo Tower to select from a marvelous midmorning menu. Note: This grill is closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

CAPRI

CAPRI poolside restaurant | image courtesy of 50eggsinc.com

Guests of the Palazzo pool can visit this exclusive pool deck spot to spoil themselves with “elevated coastal cuisine at this oasis in the heart of the desert.” Enjoy fresh breakfast items, such as pressed juices and acai bowls, or a midday snack of everyone’s favorite guacamole, salsa and chips.

Grand Lux at The Palazzo

The Palazzo’s Grand Lux location sits tucked at the back of the Palazzo casino side. Enjoy a 24-hour menu, complete with late-night options between midnight and 6 a.m. for night owls. The staff is extra friendly, and if Tim is there, you’ll be in good hands.

Illy Cafe

Illy Cup | Adobe Stock

This Italy-born cafe sits right at home between the Venetian and Palazzo. Sip an espresso while you take a break from shopping, or nosh on a scoop (or two) of gelato to cool down from the walk from one gorgeous resort to the other. The secluded spot is also the perfect escape to get some work done.

Juice Farm

Grab a refreshing drink on the go at Juice Farm.  Choose from nutrient-dense cold-pressed juices, smoothies, wellness shots and coffee. Plus, Juice Farm offers vegan milk options.

LAVO Italian Restaurant & Lounge

Guests checking into the Palazzo are immediately greeted by the succulent smells wafting from LAVO across from the check-in desk. This can’t-miss Italian lounge has known menu items, such as a one-pound meatball served in its own cast-iron skillet and a laundry list of delicious trimmings. For groups and wine enthusiasts, go for the “large format wines” in 1.5-liter bottles.

Majordomo Meat & Fish

David Chang has brought another Los Angeles-born staple to Las Vegas. Majordomo is a highly upscale surf and turf restaurant that offers a vegan menu. For those that prefer an early start, Majordomo has an “Early Doors” menu from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and a secret karaoke room for anyone looking to participate in somekaraoke on the Strip.

Moon Palace

Moon Palace delights | image courtesy of tastychipsdips.com

Another brainchild of chef David Chang, Moon Palace has funky diner-style seating for quick bites.  From breakfast sandwiches to hand-sliced chips, the menu is perfect for diners of all ages. Look for the adorable, smiling moon pie logo to guide the way.

Mott 32

Chinese food doesn’t have to be eaten out of cardboard cartons. Anyone looking to sit down and enjoy a gourmet Chinese meal should consider Mott 32 and nothing else. Nosh on regional dishes, such as applewood roasted Peking duck (must be ordered 24 hours in advance)and crispy sugar-coated BBQ Iberico pork buns, among ornate red tapestries.

Opaline Grab & Go Breakfast

Most moviegoers don’t pair breakfast with a film, but the resort’s resident movie theatre doesn’t follow conventional rules. Opaline serves breakfast items from 6 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. for fast-paced visitors.

Bars

Bar LUCA

This bar’s location is perfect for gamblers to take a break from their splurges for a quick refreshment. Much like The Bellini Bar on the Venetian side, Bar LUCA is in the heart of the casino, open 24/7 with a wicked cocktail list. Wander up to the bar for a signature drink and fantastic service.

The Cocktail Collective

This famous trio of cocktail lounges can be found spread out in the casino, over the Venetian and Palazzo properties.

Electra Cocktail Club

Electra on the Palazzo side | image courtesy of venetianlasvegas.com

Electra Cocktail Club is a sleek member of the Cocktail Collective trio. This crystal-adorned watering hole has a surprising signature spirit: mezcal. The menu is full of delights, and the Zodiac menu is no exception. Allow your cocktail to be made based on your birthday, or go with another craft choice from the rotating list of delights —or even the secret menu.

Rosina Cocktail Lounge

It’s all in the details at Rosina Cocktail Lounge. The vibe at this cocktail lounge is more prohibition-era, with plush upholstery and golden details, but with all of the intimacy of a romantic hideaway. Choose a drink from their three distinct categories: Shaken, Stirred and Bubbly. 

Many of the delectable items on Rosina’s menus were curated by award-winning bartender Sam Ross, an Australian mixology expert with field experience creating craft cocktail programs for establishments all over the country. 

The Dorsey

See The Venetian for more details.

Entertainment

Shows

Atomic Saloon

Atomic Saloon | courtesy of spiegelworld.com

An experience as unique as the premise, Spiegelworld presents Atomic Saloon, a raucous rodeo with stunning acrobatics and a side-splitting funny streak. Catch this performance Wednesday-Sunday starting at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m at the Venetian Theater, and keep an eye out for the outlaws.

Upcoming shows

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Nightclubs and Dayclubs

Tao Nightclub

TAO is the premier nightclub of the Venetian and is easily accessible from the Palazzo Resort. Enjoy the bistro for a plethora of Asian delicacies, such as dim sum and sake, and dance the night away while rubbing elbows with celebrities. Read more about its location in the Grand Canal Shoppes.

TAO Beach (closed for renovations until 2022)

For fans of day clubs, stay on the lookout for TAO’s hottest renovation coming in 2022.

Other Attractions

Gondola rides

Gondola Ride | Shutterstock

Gondolas have a legacy that spans over 1,000 years. On the Palazzo side, a gorgeous replica of an authentic Venetian gondola sits at the casino entrance, with the history of its current use on display for antiquity buffs to enjoy.

Kamu Karaoke

Kamu Karaoke in the Palazzo Grand Canal Shoppes

Looking to elevate your karaoke experience? Ascend to the top of the Grand Canal Shoppes for a deluxe karaoke outing that will last well into the morning. Whether it’s a Friday night activity or a special occasion, bottle service and special packages will add to the Kamu luxury experience as one of the premier places to sing karaoke on the Strip.

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds is a household name in tourist hotspots across the world. The Las Vegas location is the first American store and is almost as old as the resort itself. For anyone that wants a taste of celebrity action, this is the place to go.

Museum of Dream Space

Abstract and astronomical, the Museum of Dream Space (MODS) is an out-of-this-world digital art exhibition that brings radical concepts to life. Arrive with a charged phone or camera, as this is one of the most photo-worthy places on the Strip.

Casino

Visit casino page for more info.

Shopping

Retail Shopping

Auedmars Piguot

Delicate, hand-crafted watches and wristwear are the calling card of Audemars. Take your loved one to peruse a collection whose history began almost 150 years ago in the wilderness of Switzerland.

Bellusso

Bellusso is a retailer of its own, carrying brands such as BVLGARI, Cartier, Kuwait and many other Swiss watch counterparts. Be prepared to spend time in this bright, open shop while perusing designer wares.

Cartier

Luxury Boutique Cartier | Shutterstock

One of the most internationally recognized jewelry retailers sits in the Palazzo Atrium, ready to dazzle high rollers with the finest wares. Enjoy a personalized experience while shopping for some iconic hardware, such as a LOVE bracelet or a Trinity Ring.

Roberto Coin

Another prominent name in the jewelry industry, Roberto Coin, lives inside the Palazzo and is attached to Audemars Piguet. Straight from Vincenza, the brand’s trademark gold works are among the most ethical companies in the industry, belonging to several reliable sourcing organizations and quality control groups. Celebrities such as Selena Gomez and Kristen Bell have been spotted in Roberto Coin, as well as other notable celebrities at red-carpet events.

For an unforgettable purchase, shop for one of the highly coveted Roberto Coin Zodiac Medallions, which pair nicely with a Zodiac cocktail from Electra.

Venetzia Fine Jewelry at the Palazzo

The Palazzo branch of Venetzia is a grand shop packed with finery. Allow a knowledgeable staff member to help with sizing or custom design at either location. In addition, the store is equipped to cater to sets and minor repairs.

Grand Canal Shoppes

Grand Canal Shopping Center | Shutterstock

Stroll through Italy without ever leaving the States. The Grand Canal Shoppes connect the Palazzo to the Venetian with a gorgeous array of dining, shopping and entertainment options. For those on the hunt for traditional Italian fare, an avant-garde “streetmosphere” experience or a world-famous gondola ride, they can all be found under the sky-blue roof of The Shoppes.

For shopping, dining, and more at the Grand Canal Shoppes, view our guide for more information.

The Future of The Palazzo

St. Regis Residence

Locals have speculated on the future of the St. Regis Residence on the Palazzo property for several years. This unfinished condominium complex is currently hidden with a tarp, and while no plans have been finalized to culminate constructions, rumors have circulated about the final outcome of the property.

Stay at The Palazzo

The Palazzo is ready to welcome you. Book a suite at the Palazzo to indulge in every luxury experience it has to offer.


Frequently Asked Questions About Palazzo Las Vegas

Can Palazzo guests use the pool at The Venetian?

Yes, guests can walk between the properties and use certain pools at The Venetian Resort. Read more about the pools on the Strip to take advantage of all of the outdoor fun.

Can you smoke at Palazzo Las Vegas?

The Palazzo at The Venetian Resort does not have smoking rooms. Only The Venezia Tower and the casino floor allow smoking.

Where is Palazzo Las Vegas on the Strip?

Palazzo is located on the north Las Vegas Strip, near other illustrious properties such as Treasure Island and Wynn Las Vegas.

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