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The Palazzo at The Venetian

3325 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1414
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GreenLeaders Gold level
Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Casino and Gambling
Evening entertainment
Airport transportation
Paid wifi
Hot tub
Adult pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Breakfast available
Poolside bar
Shuttle bus service
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Facial treatments
Butler service
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Room features
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
Air conditioning
Additional bathroom
Flatscreen TV
Room service
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Great View


Full view
100Great for walkers
Grade: 100 out of 100
155Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
68Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
17,842Reviews330Q+A100Room tips
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Beautiful and comfortable hotel to stay and place to gamble and shop. Great choices of wonderful restaurants. Grandlux is one of my favorite you can order to go too. Theres no other hotel i would rather stay than staying at the Palazzo. The ambience and wonderful hotel services you cant find somewhere else.
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Clean but horrible Wifi with no assistance. Called front desk and no assistance. Called Host no assistance. I just tethered hotspot with my cellphone for service. If you're here for a meeting make sure your service provider has hotspot or you might not be able to get any work done!
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I recently stayed at The Palazzo and was really, really impressed. Having stayed at The Four Seasons in the past I was not necessarily expecting The Palazzo to meet that standard but it did, easily. We were going to a concert at The Wynn Encore so chose The Palazzo as it's across the street. Our room was huge with steps down to a sitting area from the bedroom area, a very large bathroom and it was all very nicely decorated, exceptionally fresh and clean. The hotel was busy but somehow didn't feel crowded. We made the most of the pool, casino and restaurants but we didn't use the spa. All in all it was an excellent stay and I will definitely return.
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Stayed mid-week in August for 4 nights at the Palazzo using American Express FHR program. We arrived in the late afternoon, around 5pm, but check in was a breeze. The gentleman checking us in was very polite, and directed us to our room on the 37th floor. The room itself has a wonderful layout, and our view of the strip was gorgeous. Upon settling in we noticed the room was quite dusty - not just Vegas dusty. The bathroom looked like it had not been cleaned from the previous guest, with stains around the sink area. Not a big deal, these rooms get lots of traffic and it's easy to have things fall between the cracks. We called down to housekeeping to explain the situation and to ask to send someone up. Strangely, they were reluctant to do so. We went out to dinner and a show and arrived back in the room at 11pm. It was obvious nobody had been up to service the room. The next day we went to breakfast at Cafe Lux (great staff, great food, but be warned: the serving sizes are huge) and stopped by the front desk since it was quite calm. After showing them the pictures we took of the dust & stains, they offered to give us a different room - but warned us that it would be on a lower floor with an inferior view, which seemed to be an odd stipulation. We were already unpacked and just wanted to have housekeeping up to service the room. Front desk apologized and assured us it would be taken care of by the time we got back to the room in the evening. We arrived back to the room around 3pm and it had still not been serviced, now the second day. Phoned down to the front desk by mistake, got transferred to housekeeping and disconnected after about 10 minutes of holding. After that, my wife went out to CVS, got a Swiffer duster & some surface cleaner and took care of the problem ourselves. Other than that our stay was rather uneventful. Upon checking out in the room, I noticed that we were charged $92 for "Refreshments". Oof. Another 10 minute call down to the front desk where I was brusquely told that the fees could be removed, but that the hotel would check and then reapply it if we were "found to be lying". Really weird way to phrase it. Overall, the room layout for the standard suite is phenomenal. For a $300/night room, though, customer service was supremely lacking on basically every interaction we had. Cafe Lux was a great venue to have breakfast, and drinks at Rosina were a fantastic way to end the evenings. The Palazzo is centrally located on the Strip, and so easy to access anything you may need. At the end of the day, though, Vegas is littered with beautiful properties. The Vdara/Aria and the Wynn both line up pretty well with the Palazzo, and while the standard room is better at the Palazzo everything else is superior at those properties. If customer service matters to you, maybe try your luck someplace else.
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The Palazzo satisfied all of my hotel needs - clean, comfortable, roomy, secure, and upscale. But I feel all of it was a bit overpriced. It's not obscenely overpriced but just that little bit extra that makes you feel like you're getting taken advantage of. $30 cocktails by the pool. A $50 resort fee on top of high room charges. Extra charges to take classes at the gym (shouldn't that be part of the "resort" experience that I already paid for?). These are just a few examples where they make you feel nickel-and-dimed. If you don't mind that, the amenities are great - nice pool area, attendants who make sure people don't hog pool chairs, ample towels. The variety and quality of the restaurants and shopping are great. The rooms are large and comfortable.
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$186 - $534 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino
United StatesNevadaLas VegasThe Strip
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