Palazzo Two Queen Suite

The Palazzo at The Venetian

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In A Nutshell

The Venetian and The Palazzo, an iconic duo on the Las Vegas Strip, epitomize luxury as a class of hotels. Renowned for their opulent Italian-inspired architecture and world-class amenities, these sister resorts transport guests to a Venice-inspired paradise, combining extravagant design with an extensive array of entertainment options on The Strip.

The Venetian Palazzo


3325 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Hotel Type / Price Range

5-Star / Deluxe – $$$

Hotel Deals & Discounts

Enjoy up to 33% off at The Venetian® Resort

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Hotel Features

Hotel Website

  • Year Built: 2007
  • Year Last Renovated: 2018
  • Minimum Room Size: 720 square feet
  • Casino: Yes
  • Pool: Yes, 10 pools total (3 at The Venetian, 7 at Palazzo)
  • Spa: Canyon Ranch Spa
  • Day Club / Nightclub: No
  • Resort Fee: $50 USD + taxes daily
  • Parking Fee: $18/day, even for registered guests


The Standard Suites at The Palazzo offer a distinctive blend of comfort and style, not to mention they’re some of the biggest rooms offered on the Las Vegas Strip!

These suites feature separate bedroom and living room areas, adorned with rich Italian fabrics. The cushy queen or king-sized beds boast custom pillow-top mattresses and luxurious Egyptian cotton linens, ensuring a restful night’s sleep.

The Palazzo Las Vegas offers a variety of luxurious room types, providing guests with a range of options to suit their preferences and needs. Here are some of the distinctive room types at The Palazzo:

  • Luxury King Suite: The Luxury Suite at The Palazzo is the standard accommodation, offering spacious comfort and elegant design. At almost twice the size of your average Las Vegas hotel room, the Luxury King Suite is the largest standard suite on the Strip.
  • Luxury 2 Queen Suite: The Luxury 2 Queen Suite (previously the Bella Suite) provides an additional bed to accommodate more guests. Guests can enjoy a comfortable living area, a sunken living room, and a well-appointed bathroom.
  • Premium King Suite: The Fortuna Suite takes luxury to the next level with added features such as a lovely sitting area with comfortable armchairs, where you can enjoy a cocktail in the privacy of your own haven.
  • Grand 1 Bedroom Suite: The richly appointed Grand One Bedroom Suite is 1,280 square feet of pure elegance, right on the Strip. A marble foyer, complete with a powder room for guests, flows into a sumptuous living room, where a comfortable couch, dining table, and wet bar set an inviting backdrop for entertaining.
Palazzo Two Queen Suite
Palazzo Two Queen Suite | Courtesy of The Venetian Resort


The casino at The Palazzo, much like its sister property, The Venetian, is an expansive and luxurious gaming destination that reflects the opulence and grandeur associated with the resort. As both hotels are interconnected, they share a unified casino space known as The Venetian and The Palazzo Casino.

Therefore, there isn’t a distinct casino specifically labeled for The Palazzo; instead, the combined casino area seamlessly integrates the best of both worlds.

The casino boasts a vast selection of gaming options, including a wide array of slot machines, table games, poker rooms, and high-limit areas for those seeking a more exclusive gaming experience. Expect to find a sophisticated ambiance with elegant decor, attentive service, and a lively atmosphere, creating an immersive environment that aligns with the overall luxury theme of The Palazzo.


For a unique and entertaining experience, The Venetian and Palazzo offers the Atomic Saloon Show, a thrilling production that captivates audiences with its wild and immersive performances. This lively spectacle adds a touch of daring excitement to the entertainment offerings at the resort.

Just outside of the hotel, there’s yet another super unique opportunity to transport yourself to Italy. Get a feel of what it’s like cruising the canals of Venice by taking a relaxing gondola ride with a serenading gondolier through The Venetian’s Grand Canal.

Standing majestically at a towering height of over 360 feet, The Sphere emerges as a groundbreaking marvel in the world of entertainment. Boasting an impressive 580,000 square feet of fully programmable LED exterior, Sphere is poised to become the next iconic landmark gracing the vibrant Las Vegas skyline. From original immersive shows to concert residencies, marquee sporting events, corporate gatherings, and beyond, Sphere at The Venetian aims to redefine the entertainment landscape.

Madame Tussauds at The Venetian offers an immersive and star-studded experience where visitors can interact with incredibly lifelike wax figures of their favorite celebrities, musicians, and historical icons.


When it comes to restaurants, you’ll be spoiled for choice inside the sprawling complexes of The Venetian and The Palazzo with more than 40 restaurants to choose from.

Renowned chefs such as Emeril Lagasse, Wolfgang Puck, and Buddy Valastro curate an exquisite dining experience. Delmonico Steakhouse, CUT, and Buddy V’s Ristorante are just a few of the remarkable dining options.

Bouchon, the French bistro owned by Thomas Keller, delights guests with flaky pastries during breakfast, while Grand Lux Café offers a 24/7 family-friendly dining experience (it reminds us of The Cheesecake Factory, but better). For a quick bite, Donutique, Carlo’s Bakery, and Zeppola Cafe provide delectable pastries.

International cuisine takes center stage at The Venetian, with Asian classics at Mott 32 and TAO Asian Bistro, modern Italian plates at LAVO Italian Restaurant and Canaletto, fresh Mediterranean delights at Estiatorio Milos, and Southern-inspired fare at Yardbird.

Sweet treats await at the Vegas outpost of the popular Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer, where Instagrammable milkshakes take indulgence to new heights.

Bars / Nightlife

While there is no formal day club or nightclub at The Venetian or Palazzo, you will find a good amount of trendy upscale bars to enjoy a drink or two (or three!).

For a touch of timeless elegance, the Rosina Cocktail Lounge invites guests to savor classic cocktails served with a modern twist. The glamorous atmosphere, complete with a champagne call button at each table, ensures a luxurious experience.

Bringing energy and contemporary flair to The Venetian’s bar scene, the Electra Cocktail Club is a vibrant space featuring cutting-edge mixology and an immersive LED display. It’s an ideal spot for those looking to enjoy handcrafted drinks in a dynamic and social setting.

If those two weren’t enough for you, there’s also the Juliet Cocktail Room, Bar Luca, and Bellini Bar!


Whether you want to go for a quick dip or just lounge poolside, you’ll have a whopping 10 pools (and five hot tubs) to choose from. In total, there are three at The Venetian and seven at The Palazzo. The Venetian’s pool deck is an especially Instagram-worthy hangout spot with 10 ultra-luxe cabanas, some with private plunge pools.


The Venetian and The Palazzo share the award-winning Canyon Ranch Spa & Fitness, a sprawling venue that offers a host of top-notch massages, facials and wraps.

Guests can choose from more than 150 extraordinary services with more than 90 treatment rooms, exclusive amenities, and warm personal attention at this Forbes Travel Guide Four Star spa.

If you need to squeeze in a workout, you’re in luck here. The Venetian’s gym has loads of equipment, including treadmills, ellipticals, and stationary bikes, as well as workout benches and free weights. There’s even a rock-climbing wall and a variety of fitness classes you can sign up to take.


The shopping experience at The Venetian and Palazzo is nothing short of extraordinary. The resort is home to The Grand Canal Shoppes, a collection of high-end boutiques and designer stores, allowing guests to indulge in retail therapy within the confines of this luxurious retreat.

Featuring over 160 signature stores with dozens of luxury brands, the Shoppes are so charming! You’ll feel as if you were in actual Venice as you walk over cobblestone walkways canopied with illuminated painted ceilings of clouds drifting by on a blue sky.

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