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The Palazzo

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The new "Palazzo" Hotel opened in Las Vegas last Friday, and we visited it on Saturday. It is the newest luxury property on the Strip, next to it's sister property, the Venetian Hotel and Casino. We apparantly missed the VIP Grand Opening extravaganza, complete with star-studded events, music, fireworks, light show and a concert hosted by Wayne Brady, with performances by Seal, Andy Garcia, the Cineson All-Stars, the cast of Jersey Boys (permenantly playing in the theater) and a performance by Diana Ross. Our invitation must have been lost in the mail.
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The hotel is designed to resemble an Italian palace. European ambience and luxury amenities are featured in the spacious suites. There is a stunning atrium, a two-story waterfall, a three-story Barneys New York, and 20 upscale shops and stores (connecting to the existing Venetion Canal Shoppes).
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While I have no delusions of paying to STAY there, the restaurant choices are quite spectacular. Featured restaurants include CarneVino by Mario Batali, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, Table 10 by Emeril Lagasse, and Restaurant Charlie by Charlie Trotter!

The Palazzo also has the world's largest Canyon Ranch SpaClub, Jay-Z's signature 40/40 Club, and even the Strip's first Lamborghini dealership.

Rates for two nights in May in a room with a view would run around $900. The cost of a weekend would buy us several nights at a lovely accomodation in Italy. It is a beautiful property, but a no-brainer for our travel budget.

Comments (4)

nancyhol:

Wow! It does look beautiful!

I agree - I spend money on lots of things, but I like to get a bargain on a room in Las Vegas. Although sometimes those high end places have special rates during their slow times. Maybe I will get on their email list!

Ditto Wow! WHO has all this money?? Do you think I could put a few brochures in their lobby? :))

Good lord - talk about extravagant. Where's the Motel6 when you need it?

I like a nice hotel but in the back of my mind I am always comparing the amount I spend to a vacation in Italy.

Anonymous:

Hmm, if I lose enough in their casino, will my room be comped? But then what is enough at The Palazzo? My miniscule per day allotment may fall short there.

I get these mailings from places offering rooms at reasonable rates or free. I just know it is because I lost enough at their casinos. Heaven knows I support various tribes as well.

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