The Palazzo to Refresh Suites, Casino Floor and Nightlife

Electra Cocktail Club/Courtesy of The Venetian Resort Las Vegas

The Palazzo, a section of The Venetian Resort Las Vegas, is upgrading its suites, casino floor and nightlife in September. The changes at the luxury hotel include:

  • The Cocktail Collective-Meet Electra: The Electra Cocktail Club is located at the epicenter of the casino floor. An inventive collision of energy and style, Electra is the third edition to The Venetian Cocktail Collective, consisting of The Dorsey, The Rosina and now, The Electra.
  • Casino Floor: The Palazzo casino floor is introducing new elements including an overhead electric ribbon of color that creates waves of light as it ripples hue-to-hue and marble pathways with patterns and medallions inspired by Italian history.
  • New Dining Concepts: The Palazzo’s newest culinary offering, Mott 32, is set to open in December 2018. The restaurant will serve traditional Chinese culture and more modern creations. It was designed by Hong Kong-based Joyce Wang Studio, and it is the third Mott 32 restaurant by global brand Maximal Concepts (and the first in the United States).
  • New Suites: More than 2,000 lighter and brighter suites have been redesigned to include LEED-standard wall coverings, flooring, lighting and finishes. The resort says the illumination is both brighter and more energy efficient. 

Prestige at The Palazzo: Prestige at The Palazzo provides access to premium amenities and personalized services. The resort has joined Virtuoso’s collection of luxury hotels, resorts, cruise lines, airlines, tour operators and other suppliers worldwide. Featured are private check-ins with a glass of Prosecco and other amenities.

For more information, visit https://www.palazzo.com/

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