The Palazzo Hotel Information
Rooms: 3,066 suites.
Floors: 50 stories.
Casino: 105,000 square feet of gaming featuring 120+ casino table games and over 1,400 slot/video poker machines.
Race & Sportsbook: A full-service Sportsbook betting kiosk plus Cantor Race & Sportsbook at the connected Venetian casnio.
Poker room: No; however, there is a poker room at the connected Venetian casino.
Dining: 15+ restaurant/quickbite options plus many options at the Venetian.
Shows: Yes, various shows and concerts.
Clubs: TAO Nightclub at the Venetian.
Nightlife: Several bars and lounges.
Shopping: The Shoppes at The Palazzo features 60 boutiques, including the 85,000-square-foot Barneys New York. In total, the Grand Canal Shoppes, a 875,000-square-foot mall that goes from The Palazzo to The Venetian, features 160 stores.
Pool: The Palazzo pool area graces nearly five acres and combines with the Venetian facilities to include seven pools and four hot tubs.
Spa: Palazzo guests can access the Canyon Ranch SpaClub in the Venetian. The 69,000-square-foot SpaClub offers an array of body treatment services and a salon.
Fitness center: Yes, located within the Canyon Ranch SpaClub.
Wedding chapel: No; however, there is a chapel at The Venetian.
Convention center: Over 2.25 million square feet of meeting space (includes space in the neighboring Venetian Ballroom and Sands Expo center).
Internet: Yes, high-speed wireless internet access in all rooms.
Business services: Yes.
Accessible rooms: Yes.
Check in: 3 p.m.
Check out: 11 a.m.
Resort fees: $50 (plus tax) per night.
Incidental deposit: $150 per night.
Pets: Not allowed.
Parking: The daily fee for registered hotel guests is $18/day. For non-hotel guests $15 for up to 4-hours and $18 for up to 24-hours (Monday–Thursday) and $23/day (Friday-Sunday). Valet parking is $40/day.
About: The AAA Five Diamond Award-winning Palazzo is known for providing the largest standard room accommodations on the Strip. This all-suite luxury hotel provides at least 720 square feet for every guest room. The luxury only increases from there at the Italian-themed Palazzo, which was opened in 2007. Prepare for an unrivaled experience as you step into one of the Luxury Suites. Every facet of these plush retreats transports guests to a whole new world of taste and refinement. The Palazzo is conveniently connected to The Venetian at the casino level.