The Palazzo at the The Venetian

OVERVIEW of The Palazzo at the The Venetian

This is another instance, like Wynn and Encore, where there are two sister hotels, side by side, that share a lot of features. There are a few design differences, but The Venetian and The Palazzo are very similar. This is a huge resort, the trip from the front desk to the elevators was so far I thought I needed a car. The public spaces are dazzling with Italian inspired art and architecture and a Grand Canal with authentic Venetian gondolas. Foodies will find nearly 40 restaurants and shoppers will love the Grand Canal Shoppes. Except for some sightseeing, you may never want to leave here.

THE ROOMS at The Palazzo at the The Venetian

There are 7,000 suites between the two hotels and they start at whopping 720 sq feet. They  feature a separate living area with an L-shaped sleeper sofa and coffee table, a dining table for two and a work desk. Beds are dressed in luxury linens and there is a TV in the living room, bedroom and bathroom. Baths are over-sized and have a large Roman tub, a glass enclosed shower and a private water closet.

DINING at The Palazzo at the The Venetian

There are 37 restaurants between the two hotels. CUT by Wolfgang Puck is a AAA Four Diamond Restaurant. Here are some other highlights:
Bouchon Thomas Keller outpost. Great food without the French Laundry prices. Every meal from breakfast to dinner is special. Inside and patio dining. Oyster bar opens at 3pm.
Southern comfort food. Great for lunch or a casual dinner. Fried chicken is amazing.
CUT- While the decor is not my style, particularly for a steakhouse, Wolfgang Puck always delivers and this is no exception.
Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer- Some of the best burgers in town, their famous CrazyShakes, serious craft beer selection and a rooftop patio overlooking the Canal, make this a great choice for lunch or dinner.
Morels Steakhouse and Bistro- An iced seafood bar and a cheese and charcuterie bar with more than 60 farmhouse and artisanal cheeses from around the world with handmade salamis and meats, a Wine Spectator award-winning list with more than 400 varieties of French and California selections and 60 wines by the glass, make this my go-to place in the afternoon.
Delmonico’s Steakhouse- Emeril Lagasse’s take on a classic steakhouse is my favorite in town. Creative dishes, Emeril’s flair and the only steakhouse with a Grand Award from Wine Spectator.

THE SERVICE at The Palazzo at the The Venetian

The service is good and professional, but it is hard to be personal with 7,000 rooms. The Towers offer a little more personal service.


$279 Peak season weekend

WHAT OTHERS SAY About The Palazzo at the The Venetian

The Venetian
AAA Four Diamond
Forbes Four Star

The Palazzo
AAA Four Diamond
Forbes Four Star

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