Looking for a place to stay in Las Vegas? Then look no further than The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Las Vegas to your doorstep.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and you can stay connected during your stay as The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino offers guests free internet access.
The hotel features a concierge and room service. Plus, Palazzo Las Vegas Reviews offers a pool and breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Close to some of Las Vegas' most popular landmarks, such as Mirage Volcano (0.3 mi) and The LINQ Promenade (0.4 mi), The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino is a great destination for tourists.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Ellis Island BBQ, Rollin Smoke Barbeque, and Hobak Korean BBQ, which are some barbeque restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out High Roller (0.4 mi), The Strip (0.8 mi), or Bellagio Fountains (0.9 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino as you experience everything Las Vegas has to offer.
It's no secret that a getaway to Las Vegas while fun,sought by by many of all ages and persuations, but fitting all the activities available while enjoying all the food choices, the requisite shopping, a little gambling ( or maybe a lot of gambling) and just plain relaxation time into into a few days stay can be exhausting, Enter The Palazzo to help you narrow the list of venues needed to experience the iconic Las Vegas getaway done right. As I drove into the self park garage I was unsure if I was at the right lot When I asked the security sentry if I was at the right place. He prophetically said, 'Yes sir, you're home and didn't even know it!. How right he was. The check in was effortless and efficient at a cozy front desk staffed with a welcoming and efficient staff, My room, a mini suite really, was quintessential high end Las Vegas for the adult crowd. It is beautifully decorated, spotless, and designed to enjoy during your stay. A sumptious bathroom, a beautifully decorated sleeping area in the middle and, what I enjoyed most, stepping down to a spacious living area with a desk, a very comfortable and attractive couch, a bar, yet another TV set and floor to ceiling windows to enjoy the beauty of the neighboring golf course and the mountains surrounding Las Vegas. The entire room exhuded peace and quiet, For me, after a long drive, comptemplating the quiet solitude of a beautifully appointed room was just what I needed. I don't eat much, so I can't attest to the "foodie scene" . I can attest to the the sheer number of venues between the Palazzo and its sister property the Venetian. One can satisfy any cravings in seemingly sumptious and definitely elegant restaurants, seriously. I am an early to rise, breakfast person. The Capri restaurant provided me excellently prepared, healthy breakfasts feach day of my stay- incredibly reasonably priced and very well prepared and served at a great poolside location. And finally, if one is into spas, I could review it for pages, but summarize it by saying The Canyon Ranch Spa gets it. Every day of my stay began with a morning visit that I did not want to leave. Seriously, it must be experienced to understand. …
Very clean, security before going to the rooms, so many choices of restaurants, concierge and front desk are very accommodating, so many things to see around, they have high end signature stores and will connect to The Venetian and there is Walgreens nearby.
The hotel is beautiful. The suites are stunning, but they only service the rooms every other day. You aren’t told this at check in, but given the cost of staying there and the resort fee, I was shocked.
The room and room service was extraordinary. Great size for families. When we needed more towels they were delivered promptly. Room service was delicious. Lots of restaurant and shopping options. I will say they need more pools for the size of the hotel. Difficult to take little children swimming unless you are there right when they open the doors.
Every trip to Vegas I am always in heaven at the Palazzo/Venetian. The hotel, the rooms and casino are always extremely clean, staff are so helpful and professional. I will only stay at the Palazzo/Venetian when I come to Vegas.
Our room was very large with a sunken living area. Great bathroom. The property is beautiful. We didn't use any of the resort amenities - so a $51/day resort fee is excessive. All the gambling tables seemed to be $25/hand or more. Housekeeping was good. Food court had a lot of choices. Great restaurants available. Would definitely stay again.
I previously wrote a review highlighting their terrible security since my car was broken into in their garage. The Palazzo guest relations reached out to me and I was hoping there would at least be some dialogue to address the issue. I wrote back highlighting what happened, referencing their security report number and LVMPD’s case. I have yet to hear back. I’ll admit, their automated message cleverly disguised itself as one written by a concerned person. If you stay here, be prepared to see the following: I would love the opportunity to discuss your experience with you directly, however as you may know TripAdvisor reviews are not linked to your hotel reservation and therefore, I cannot easily find a way to contact you. I encourage you to contact me directly so we may further discuss your experience. Please contact me via email at CXSocial@venetianlasvegas.com and include your hotel reservation information as well as a copy of your review so that I may reference your review promptly. Thank you, I look forward to hearing from you. Write to them if you like. They won’t reply…
Pretty Awesome. A city within a city. More restaurants then you can imagine. Good location. Very spacious suites. Large pool areas. The variety of restaurants will suit even the picky diner. Highly Recommend.
Our flight was delayed. Myself, as well as others, called and let them know that we would be there but it would be late. When we got to the hotel, they gave our rooms away! Yes, you read that right! The lady in front of me, also on the same flight, had a handicap child. They gave one of two rooms she had reserved away. It happened to be the handicap accessible one. She was nice enough to let us have the other- as it was 4:30am at this point and we had nowhere to stay. The good thing about this hotel, is that it isn’t filled with smoke. There’s no smoking at the tables either.
I’ve stayed in many hotels in Vegas but it was my first time at the Palazzo. The best part is the amount of restaurants, you don’t have to even leave the hotel. You have to try Zeppola Cafe. The croissants are the Best I’ve ever tasted. They also have an amazing western omelette. Stay away from Lobster Me. It was so over spiced, you could not taste the lobster. It was inedible, went in the trash. I loved this casino except it was absolutely freezing. We ended up playing across the street at the Mirage, it was much more comfortable. The housekeeping was subpar. It never really felt fresh and clean. Housekeeping didn’t change hand towels, left no washcloths and left the tissue box empty. The Wynn is way better in this department. I wish I knew how far the Palazzo was from restaurant row. If you don’t like to walk a lot, I suggest staying at the Venetian instead.…