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Palazzo Unveils Luxury Pool: AZURE

May 27, 2009 By: Travel Agent Central Contributor


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In an effort to bring the opulence of the French Riviera to the hot sands of Las Vegas, The Palazzo Las Vegas is opening AZURE, a new pool concept created to pamper guests with such amenities as champagne, frozen grapes, ice towels, poolside cabana massages and Evian water mistings. Contemporary décor with lush greenery, plush daybeds, seasonal floral and tranquility will surround guests while they view fashion shows and are served by “amenity butlers and butlerettes.”

High-style fashion shows featuring apparel and accessories from the likes of Barneys New York, Diane von Furstenberg, Tory Burch and other luxury retailers of The Shoppes at The Palazzo will take place twice a day each Saturday at AZURE.

Culinary offerings at AZURE will be just as exclusive with appetizing fare by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck. In addition to the fine cuisine, guests can pair their dining selection with wines or champagne-by-the-glass. Canyon Ranch SpaClub will also have an exclusive menu of relaxing signature spa services, including complimentary SPF lotion application, available to guests during pool hours. Featured on the menu will be Champagne on the Rocks, a 50-minute cooling and invigorating massage treatment that combines cold stone placement, a cool mint foot mask, and a Blanc de Blanc champagne body oil massage, designed to protect the skin while preventing sun damage.

AZURE will be open from 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Friday through Sunday for guests 21 and over. Visit www.azurelasvegas.com.


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