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The Palazzo at The Venetian

Beverly Hills in the heart of Vegas

The classiest hotel on the Las Vegas Strip by far. Twice named as one of the Top 25 hotels inthe USA and Canada, the Palazzo is in a world of its own. Attached to the Venetian Casino Resort, and featuring over 3000 suites and villas, the hotel adds a new dimension to the most popular gambling destination in America. The resort features an elaborate pool deck with seven pools, gardens, sculptures, cabanas and fountains. A world-class Spa completes the picture. Billed as 'Beverly Hills in the heart of Vegas', when combined with the Venetian and the Sands Expo it is the largest Resort and Hotel complex in the world.  Please see facilities for details of local resort fees.

Hayes & Jarvis Rating

Guide Price

€1,079 per person
Hotel Category
Location Type
City centre
TripAdvisor Review
Tripadvisor rating 17839 Reviews

Hotel highlights

  • Take in a show at the ACT Nightclub
  • Shop 'til you drop at The Shoppes at The Palazzo

Hotel Features

General Information

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  • 3066 rooms
  • Floors have lift access: Yes

Main Facilities

  • Casino
  • Free parking
  • Outdoor pool

Accommodation Type

  • Luxury Collection

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

The Palazzo at The Venetian

  • City centre
  • Approx.15-20 minutes from McCarran International Airport
  • Wine and dine at the top Las Vegas restaurants
  • Take a tour of the 4 mile long strip
  • Explore the Grand Canyon
17839 Reviews 90% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 12480
  • Very Good 3504
  • Average 975
  • Poor 460
  • Terrible 420

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness


Aug 23, 2019

Good, but not great

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.
Aug 23, 2019

Very nice, but a bit over priced

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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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The Palazzo at The Venetian



The Act Nightclub

Created by New York City nightlife and theatre impresario Simon Hammerstein, The ACT offers a uniquely over-the-top experience, presenting avant-garde theatrical performances and audience involvement in shows so intriguing and ever-changing, we can’t say too much about it. Open Wednesday to Saturday 10.30pm to 4am.

LAVO Nightclub

A screened bridge overlooking the LAVO restaurant and lounge leads the way to the intimate second story nightclub, which regularly boasts world-class DJs and celebrity guests. Vaulted arches open to the main room with its sexy, elevated VIP area with banquettes, embossed leather walls, and mirrored mosaic tiles.

Resort Fee

A mandatory resort fee of $39.20per room per night will be charged locally, subject to change without notice. Resort fee includes access for two to the fitness facility within the Canyon Ranch SpaClub, in-suite internet access, boarding pass printing, unlimited local and toll free calls, daily newspaper.

The Shoppes at The Palazzo

The Shoppes at The Palazzo is one of Las Vegas’ destination retail centres. Anchored by Barneys New York and featuring more than 60 of the world’s most exclusive luxury brands, The Shoppes at The Palazzo features one of the most comprehensive offerings of fashion-forward retail on the Las Vegas Strip.


Azure combines the sophistication of the Cote d’Azur, the heat of Las Vegas, and the magnificence of The Palazzo into one amazing space. Think Champagne, frozen grapes, ice towels, plush daybeds, poolside cabana massages, and Evian water mistings.

Palazzo Pool Deck

The Palazzo at The Venetian

Food & Drink

The Bourbon Room

Inspired by the legendary Sunset Strip club in the Broadway smash hit Rock of Ages, the Bourbon Room gives a backstage pass to the hottest scene in Vegas with resident VJs cranking out feel-good tunes and accompanying music videos.


Fusion is a Latin-inspired mixology bar, with spectacular hand-crafted cocktails featuring drinks from Mexico, Trinidad, Brazil, and Peru made from tequila, rum, and cachaca. Latin music reminiscent of the Rumba, Salsa and Samba and images of South American beaches, landmarks and dancing.

Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Bar

Las Vegas' premier destination for seasoned and budding wine connoisseurs, Double Helix features a circular bar offering wine flights and more than 50 wines by the glass. A VIP Reserve Room offers a collection of premium wines, and the adjacent boutique sells rare and hard-to-find vintages.

Café Presse

Espressamente illy

Enjoy the art of Italian café culture at Espressamente illy. Nibble on pastries and bakery selections, gourmet breakfast and lunch paninis, soups, salads, 54 flavours of artisan made gelato, crepes, and chocolate.


Located at The Palazzo, this Italian restaurant has become Las Vegas' newest celebrity haunt. Every Saturday, LAVO hosts the best brunch in town with food, champagne, and a party atmosphere from 2pm to 6pm. Expect confetti showers, costumed hosts, gold-painted dancers, and top DJs.Open for dinner every day and brunch on Saturdays.


The best steak in town. If you're a connoisseur of aged beef, order a 6-to-8-month-old, dry-aged beauty from Mario's Italian steakhouse in The Palazzo. Carnevino also features Batali’s boffo pastas and Italian specialties, most of which take a back seat to none in town. Combine all of this with one of the best Italian wine lists on the planet. Open for dinner.


Steak lovers, rejoice! Master chef Wolfgang Puck’s critically acclaimed, award-winning Beverly Hills restaurant comes to Las Vegas. The super-chic steakhouse marks the sixth fine dining restaurant in Las Vegas from the Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group, recognized as a leader in revolutionizing the dining landscape of the city.Open for dinner.

Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro

Chef J.L.Carrera merges his classic steakhouse with an iced seafood bar, a cheese and charcuterie bar with farmhouse and artisanal cheeses from around the world and handmade salamis and meats, and more than 400 French and Californian wines.Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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From the sizzling meats of the robata grill to super-fresh sushi, sashimi and seviche, SUSHISAMBA has something for everyone. Expect a unique blend of fiery Brazilian, zesty Peruvian ,and fresh Japanese culinary influences, accompanied by colourful design and Brazilian beats.Open for lunch and dinner.

Canyon Ranch Grill

Enjoy the innovative, fresh, healthy gourmet cuisine that Canyon Ranch is famous for. The social lounge offers specialty cocktails and features a variety of homemade soft drinks and juices along with organic, biodynamic and sustainable spirits, beers and wines.

Table 10

Table 10 is a casual New Orleans eatery with a twist. Favourites include candied north country farm bacon with bourbon barrel aged maple syrup, whole roasted suckling pig 'Porchetta', rotisserie gulf white shrimp and grits, with unique side dishes like truffle mac-n-cheese and anson mills hominy.Open for lunch and dinner.

Grand Lux

Blending the grandeur and luxury of European cafes with the spirit of an all-American restaurant, Grand Lux Cafe offers global cuisine in an elegant yet relaxed atmosphere. Dishes include miso glazed salmon, chicken madeira, and chocolate molten cake and New Orleans beignets for dessert.


From house specialty breakfasts like the Breakfast Burrito, to beef, turkey, chicken, buffalo, or vege burgers with hundreds of different toppings, i♥burgers dishes up lip-smacking American classics. There's also one of the largest beer selections on the Strip, and ice cream shakes available in 'spiked’ or regular. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Dal Toro Ristorante

Serving traditional Italian food with a contemporary twist, Dal Toro Ristorante presents true Italian dining as prepared by Chef Fiorenzo Trunzo. The menu is pure Italian – from Panini’s and pizza to penne with eggplant and sautéed veal or sea bass. Dal Toro also has an attached espresso and Panini café.


Grimaldi's Pizzeria serves award-winning, hand-tossed, coal-fired brick oven pizzas, calzones, house made salads, and desserts. With over 100 years of pizza-making traditions and its very own secret recipe sauce, Grimaldi's is an institution that welcomes more celebrities than most 5-star restaurants.

Laguna Champagne Bar

With the exhilaration of the gaming floor just steps away, Laguna is the perfect spot to soak up all the energy and excitement of The Palazzo. Featuring a full service champagne and cocktail bar perfect for meeting and mingling, Laguna is the effervescent destination that is sure to add some sparkle to your night.

The Lounge at SUSHISAMBA

Leave it to SUSHISAMBA to transport the raw energy of Brazil's urban street culture to the heart of Las Vegas. Adjacent to the restaurant, the polished industrial space has graffiti, gold and chocolate leather seating, and DJs spinning a blend of music from house to top 40 to Brazilian and Japanese pop. Open Friday and Saturday 11pm to 4am

Zebra Lounge

Come to Zebra Lounge for a laid back atmosphere blended with some of the hottest live music on the strip. From new rock to classic rock ‘n roll, great live acts perform all of your favorites, cranking out hit after hit and sure to get your feet on the dance floor.

Solaro Poolside by Wolfgang Puck

Sweet Surrender

Treat your sweet tooth at this indulgent cupcake and candy store. Sweet Surrender is famous for its $750 cupcake, the Decadence D’Or, made with ingredients including 100 year-old Louis XIII de Remy Martin Cognac, Tahita Gold Vanilla Caviar, and edible gold flakes.

Lagasse's Stadium®

Watch the most exciting games and biggest sporting events at the ultimate Las Vegas sports bar. Lagasse's Stadium® combines Emeril Lagasse's signature cuisine with more than 100 HD TVs, luxury boxes, plush stadium-style seating, billiard tables, and an outdoor patio just steps from the Strip.

Lagasse's Stadium®

Board Basis Options

Room Only

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