THE PALAZZO, LAS VE­GAS, NE­VADA

Vacations & Travel - - Tried & Tested - By Lana Bo­gunovich palazzo.com

Fea­tur­ing all-suite ac­com­mo­da­tions, this five-star ho­tel boasts the largest stan­dard suites on the strip at nearly dou­ble the size of an av­er­age Las Ve­gas room, so if you’re af­ter plenty of space and lux­ury re­sort-style liv­ing, this is it. At an im­pres­sive 66 sq. m, our ex­pan­sive strip-fac­ing Lux­ury King Bed suite with floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows of­fers a lux­u­ri­ously ap­pointed, open-plan lay­out fea­tur­ing mar­ble-bath­room, sleep­ing area with king-sized bed dressed with plush Egyp­tian cot­ton bed­ding, and a sunken lounge with L-shaped sofa and ot­toman, large cof­fee ta­ble, flat-screen LCD HD TV, din­ing ta­ble and chairs, fully-stocked re­fresh­ment area, and work area. The bath­room fea­tures a dou­ble-sink van­ity, large Ro­man tub with sep­a­rate glass-en­closed shower, and sep­a­rate toi­let.

While The Palazzo is con­ve­niently lo­cated to the Strip’s best at­trac­tions, through­out the re­sort you’ll find an ar­ray of din­ing, shop­ping, en­ter­tain­ment, and well­ness op­tions, in­clud­ing Las Ve­gas’ largest spa, Canyon Ranch SpaClub. The out­door area fea­tures seven pools and four hot tubs, with pri­vate ca­banas and pool­side din­ing also avail­able. A shop­ping haven of in­ter­na­tional lux­ury brands awaits at the Grand Canal Shoppes, in­clud­ing Ne­vada’s only Bar­neys New York, and when hunger strikes, you’ll be spoilt for choice with more than 50 bar, café and restau­rant op­tions, in­clud­ing some of the best fine din­ing es­tab­lish­ments in the city. When night falls, The Palazzo gets even bet­ter with fan­tas­tic nightlife and en­ter­tain­ment, in­clud­ing the not-to-be-missed BAZ, a cabaret-style mu­si­cal mash-up of Baz Luhrmann’s great­est ro­man­tic films.

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