|Guest room at The Palazzo|
The all-suite Palazzo has plenty of upscale room options—we especially like the Prestige Siena suite, with a semi-formal dining area for four and full living room with a sleeper sofa (great for families). Business travelers (like conference attendees!) will like the work area, with a combination of fax/printer/copier, dual-line telephone and complimentary Internet access. The Prestige Fortuna Suite, meanwhile, has an Italian marble foyer and sitting area, along with many of the same perks and amenities.
Bonus: Guests staying in the Prestige suites get a nice range of perks, including a private check-in desk or private champagne check-in from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., packing and unpacking service, and access to the Prestige Lounge.
Families and small groups will also want to consider the Lago Two Bedroom Suite, which covers close to 2,000 square feet. The second bedroom has two queen-size beds, and the living room has a sleeper sofa, so there is plenty of space for everyone. The dining room table seats four, and the work station has the same technology setup. (Nice Touch: Since Nevada nights can get cool, the suite includes 400-count wool throw blankets for guests to wrap up in.)
And those who want to watch a big game (or their favorite movie) from the comfort of their room will want to check out the Lago Media Suite, which has a dedicated media room with a big flat-screen TV. The dining table seats eight (great for giant sandwiches and snack platters to share!), and the refreshment center comes fully stocked.
Spa fans will appreciate the Canyon Ranch SpaClub, which offers fitness classes (including a 40-foot rock wall), nutritionists and personal trainers as well as traditional spa therapies. Aquavana offers a range of water therapies, including hot and cold experiences. Guys won’t feel left out: They can unwind at the Private Barber Suite, which offers traditional straight razor shaves, beard trims, head shaves, haircuts, hair coloring, manicures and pedicures.
The Palazzo and its sister property The Venetian have no fewer than 16 fine-dining restaurants (we are especially excited by Emeril Lagasse’s Delmonico) and 21 casual options (Dal Toro Ristorante looks wonderful) between them, making it easy to try multiple cuisines during a stay.
Concierge services include show, restaurant and spa reservations; tour reservations for the Grand Canyon and surrounding areas; rental car or limousine reservations; shopping recommendations and special amenities. Best of all for those who want to share the fun, gift cards are available for purchase directly at the Concierge desk. Agents should reach out to Gerald DiPietro ([email protected], 702-414-1741), travel agent liaison for The Palazzo and The Venetian.