The Palazzo Unveils Design Updates

(The Palazzo)

The Palazzo has unveiled the results of a design update. Touchpoints include a new cocktail bars, digital art installations within the transformed casino floor, dining concepts and increased personalized service through Prestige at The Palazzo. Upgraded elements at the resort include:

The Cocktail Collective

The new Electra Cocktail Club, located in the center of the casino floor, joins the trinity that is The Venetian Cocktail Collective, which also includes the sophisticated Dorsey and the romantic Rosina. The focal point is the digital display spanning 40 feet, featuring original art. This visual canvas, the highest resolution video display in Las Vegas, showcases art that provides storylines, which unfold throughout the evening. The 127-seat bar has a color palate of black and white with deep teal accents. Large tufted sofas provide seating in the center of the bar while custom lounge chairs with contrasting leathers and metallic trim line the perimeter.

Casino Floor

The Palazzo casino floor has introduced new elements—from an overhead electric ribbon of color that creates waves of light to new marble pathways with patterns and medallions inspired by Italy. Three new bar concepts, anchored by the new Electra Cocktail Club, are expected to enliven the casino.

New Suites

The refreshed Palazzo guest suites blend opulence with earth-friendly. Each of The Palazzo’s 2,872 lighter and brighter suites have been redesigned to feature enhanced esthetics that range from LEED-standard wall coverings, flooring, lighting and finishes. The eco-friendly updates extend to the corridors and elevator lobbies with illumination that is both brighter and more energy efficient.

New Dining Concepts

The Palazzo’s newest culinary offering, Mott 32, is set to debut in December, combining traditional Chinese culture and preparations with modern philosophies. Mott 32 (named after Manhattan’s 32 Mott Street, where New York’s first Chinese convenience store opened in 1891), with its fresh daily dim sum, will feature Cantonese and Szechuan fine dining practices. Designed by Hong Kong-based Joyce Wang Studio, this is the third Mott 32 restaurant by global brand Maximal Concepts (and the first in the United States), bringing one of Hong Kong’s finest modern dining experiences to Las Vegas.

Prestige at The Palazzo

Prestige at The Palazzo offers “unprecedented” levels of access to premium amenities and personalized services, starting with a private check-in with a glass of prosecco.


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