Get an overview of this hotel 5-star Las Vegas resort in The Strip
Where You'll Stay
Just a short walk from Fashion Show Mall, The Palazzo Resort Hotel & Casino is in The Strip and within 2 miles of Las Vegas Convention Center. University of Nevada-Las Vegas and Thomas and Mack Center are also convenient to this luxury resort. Palazzo resort hotel casino.
Set down your bags and unwind in one of the 3066 stunning rooms, complete with sofa beds, living rooms and minibars. Don't miss the 24-hour room service, wired Internet and premium bedding.
This resort has a casino, a nightclub and a full-service spa. Dine at one of the 3 coffee shops/cafés or close out the evening with a cocktail from one of the 2 poolside bars. WiFi in public areas, 11 outdoor pools and a seasonal outdoor pool are also available.
Stretch your travel dollars with free amenities like self parking and valet parking.
Family Friendly Amenities
Where to Eat
The Palazzo Resort and The Venetian together offer more than 30 restaurants, including 9 created by James Beard Award–winning chefs. Among the highlights:
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Carnevino - Created by Chef Mario Batali this steakhouse and modern Italian restaurant serves dinners of house-aged, hormone-free beef steaks, fresh, seasonal produce, handmade pastas from every region in Italy, fine Balsamic vinegars, and other artisanal ingredients. The taverna and bar are open noon till midnight.
LAVO - This Italian restaurant with a terrace overlooking the Strip is a celebrity hotspot with a lounge and terrace open nightly. Menu highlights include pastas, brick-oven pizzas, Maine lobster, chicken marsala, veal Milanese. LAVO Nightclub is open Tuesday through Sunday till 4 AM.
CUT - This offshoot of Chef Wolfgang Puck's award-winning Beverly Hills steakhouse serves dinner nightly except Monday and has a bar open nightly. The menu showcases A-5 grade Kobe (Wagyu) beef from Japan, prime, hormone-free, corn-fed sirloin from Nebraska, and 35-day dry-aged beef from Illinois.
Morel French Steakhouse & Bistro - This classic steakhouse is combined with an iced seafood bar and cheese/charcuterie bar. It has an award-winning wine list with more than 60 wines-by-the-glass and more than 400 varieties of French and California wine-by-the-bottle. Diners can also order signature cocktails. Lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch are served.
Table 10 - Created by Emeril Lagasse, this restaurant serves American cuisine with a New Orleans twist. Menu highlights include seared Maine sea scallops with jumbo lump crab, seafood Creole bouillabaisse, crawfish muffuletta, and, for dessert, peach bread pudding. The modern dining room was designed by The Rockwell Group. The Food Bar has views of the grill stations, the busy kitchen, and 2 flaming rotisseries. Attached is a sidewalk café with views of the Palazzo's atrium. It is open late morning till late evening and closed Mondays.
SUSHISAMBA - Brazilian, Peruvian, and Japanese flavors can be found at this restaurant for lunch and dinner, as well as freshly muddled fruit cocktails, an extensive sake list, and exotic Japanese and South American spirits. It has festive décor with a soaring atrium, bright splashes of color, and video screens displaying scenes from Rio's Carnaval. Happy hour is featured Sunday through Thursday at the bar. Other highlights include SAKEOKE with karaoke, sake discounts, and samba dancing Wednesday nights.
Hong Kong Café - merges time-honored service with a dynamic fusion of Asian cuisine and Western fare in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
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Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
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