September 07, 2018
When it opened on the Las Vegas Strip in 2008, the Palazzo was designed to capture the Old World charm of Italy. Ten years later, however, a dramatic refresh and renovation has made the property feel more new than old, according to owner Las Vegas Sands Corp.
Part of the Venetian Resort Las Vegas -- which also includes the adjoining Venetian Resort and Casino and the Sands Convention Center -- the 2,872-suite Palazzo provides access to more than 2.3 million square feet of meeting space. As part of the renovation, the rooms have been updated with a "lighter and brighter" interior design that includes new environmentally friendly wall coverings, flooring, lighting and finishes.

The new Electra Cocktail Club has been added, a 127-seat cocktail bar on the casino floor whose centerpiece is a massive digital display featuring original art in 70 million pixels and more than a billion colors. Also new for guests is the first U.S. location of Hong Kong-based Mott 32, a Chinese restaurant opening in December and serving dim sum and a mix of Cantonese and Szechuan disches. For premium guests, Prestige at the Palazzo offers exclusive amenities and services, like private check-in with a glass of Prosecco.

Finally, the casino floor also has received a facelift; new highlights include an overhead electric ribbon of color that creates a wave of light throughout and new marble pathways with Italian-inspired patterns and medallions.

"Visitors returning to the Palazzo will find a noticeable difference in the energy level of the resort," said George Markantonis, president and COO of the Venetian, the Palazzo and the Sands Expo. "A culmination of nearly two years of work, we have touched nearly every aspect of the guest experience at the Palazzo. Beginning with the casino, which has been reimagined from floor to ceiling, and continuing to the resort's refreshed suites, the Palazzo provides a fresh approach to Las Vegas luxury."