The Palazzo Hotel and Casino
The Palazzo Hotel & Casino The Palazzo is a AAA five-diamond luxury hotel and casino resort located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, a suburb of Las Vegas. The Palazzo is owned and operated by the Las Vegas Sands Corporation. The property's design and theme is marketed as being reflective of a modern European ambiance and luxury living. Parts of the resort were opened to the general public on December 30, 2007. The official grand opening took place on January 17, 2008. The $1.8 billion resort features a Lobby where guests from the street arrive beneath a 60-foot (18 m) glass dome with a two-story fountain. Those approaching from The Venetian make the transition through a towering octagonal structure, itself topped by a glass-and-iron dome. Visitors to The Palazzo using the underground parking structure can take elevators or escalators from the underground garage and arrive in the center of the property's casino. Though marketed and portrayed as a stand-alone resort, The Palazzo is actually an extension of The Venetian Casino Resort and the Sands Expo complex on the Las Vegas Strip. The Palazzo Casino, like some other casinos on the strip, operates under the license of a related casino—in this case The Venetian's license. The resort's 642-foot (196 m) high hotel tower features 3,068 all-suite rooms and 375 concierge-level suites. Lavo Nightclub LAVO is what we appropriately like to describe as one of Las Vegas’ newest “intimate nightclubs,” a high-end venue that nicely fits somewhere in between the large mega-club and the smaller lounges that are so prevalent throughout the Vegas nightlife scene. Consider it the best of both worlds. By visiting LAVO, you will enjoy most everything that people visit a Las Vegas nightclub for (the great vibe, good music, dancefloor, chance celebrity encounters, drinks, and, of course, plenty of good looking women dancing on the furniture), but typically won’t have to deal with the headaches of the long lines, packed bars, and over-crowded spaces that you often find at a larger nightclub.