The Palazzo Hotel & Resort Las Vegas Review

Tucked between the Wynn and the Venetian, this upscale, all-suite resort and casino is a 6-minute walk from the Fashion Show Mall. Plush accommodations feature Italian-inspired decor and range from modern rooms with flat-screen TVs and soaking tubs to entertainment-focused suites with sunken living rooms, dining areas, and pool tables.  

My Review:

Located conveniently on the Las Vegas strip is the beautiful luxury Palazzo Resort and Hotel is where we vacationed for 7 days in late August. Upon check-in, we were greeted by several staff members to assist with our bags, an amenities list, and room keys.The lobby casino was busy but immaculate. Security was at the end of the hall to confirm that only guest was entering the elevators to get to their suites. Our accommodations included a king suite with a complimentary breakfast, complimentary beverages at the pool, a spa credit, and various other amenities were included in the package when our reservation was secured. Each suite also features a fully stocked mini-bar and free wifi.


Our king suite was very spacious in addition to the king bed, night stands, and computer desk this suite has a living room with a small dining table, sectional wall couch, TV and three end tables.


We spent a lot of time in the pool area the Palazzo pool area has seven outdoor pools, four spa tubs, 41 cabanas which require an advanced reservation and the seasonal SOLARO by Wolfgang Puck restaurant. There is also a day club available for adults only to enjoy with a DJ and at certain times free champagne for the ladies. If you want to explore your welcome to visit the pool area at the Venetian (Palazzo sister hotel which is next door).


Additional perks include upscale shopping and dining, a modern casino, a Canyon Ranch spa. For dinner, we dined at the Carnevino a steak and a modern Italian restaurant the food was fantastic. For dessert, we had the chocolate cake from Carlos The Cake Boss Shop.



View of the Strip from our suite on the 38th floor


Late evening we attended the nightclub on site and a couple of the lounges we really enjoyed not having to depart from the hotel to enjoy the nightlife scene. Events and shows are conveniently located to the right of the casino. Other attractions included the famous Gondola ride and Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.

To stay at the Palazzo, you must be at least 21 years of age. Check-in time is 3 pm. Free self-parking and transportation is available to and from the airport at a surcharge. Valet services also available.If your planning a trip to Las Vegas plan to stay at the luxurious Palazzo Hotel and Resort. I highly recommend the Palazzo Hotel and Resort located on the strip in Las Vegas, Nevada we had an amazing time.



I have provided an honest review that is 100% my opinion.

40 thoughts on “The Palazzo Hotel & Resort Las Vegas Review

  1. My Sister-In-Law has a birthday coming up in December and we were trying to decide where to have a Girls Weekend to celebrate. This looks amazing and Las Vegas seems perfect for the occasion.

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  2. That looks pretty grand! Seven outdoor pools and four spa tubs! Whoa! Sounds amazing and that cake ain’t bad either.


  3. I love Las Vegas. I have stayed at many different hotels there. I haven’t stayed at this one. Looks really nice. I don’t blame you for hanging out at the pool area mostly.


  4. First of all, Vegas is my favorite place. Since I am only about 3 hours away, I visit often and I always try to stay at a different hotel when I visit. I love the Palazzo but I love the Canyon Ranch Spa there, even more. If you ever get a chance, make sure to visit.


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