Overall, my first experience at this hotel was nice. The 700 sq ft king suite was beautifully laid out and well maintained. There was a bedroom area and a sunken living room with a small dining table and desk. 3 TVs were mounted in the room as well. The bathroom had a separate shower and tub. A microwave and refrigerator would have been a nice addition for leftovers. The only two issues I had is that the cleaning service fell so late in the afternoon that I was in my room trying to relax both times they came to clean it. That was annoying. You expect that to take place mod to late morning rather than 3-4 in the afternoon. The other thing, which the hotel could not have prevented, is that I had a drunk man banging on my door at 2 in the morning wanting to come in and wouldn’t leave, to the point where I almost called security. Perhaps I should have because it was scary. I think he just had the wrong room, perhaps even the wrong floor, because he was so out of it. The check in and out process was seamless. And, I had a great view from the room.
Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino
3325 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV
Palazzo Resort Hotel and Casino has some of the world’s most elite restaurants and entertainment call this resort and casino home. With more James Beard award-winning restaurants under one roof than any other Las Vegas hotel, The Palazzo offers you dining at Emeril Lagasse’s Table 10, Mario Batalli’s Carnevino or a dozen other culinary treasures. Each of the hotel’s 3,066 suites is designed for ultimate comfort. Plush pillowtop mattresses are dressed in Egyptian-cotton sheets and Agraria luxury bath amenities rest near Roman-style bathtubs. The hotel’s seven pools and four hot tubs look out over perfectly manicured gardens and endless sky. Additional amenities include Wi-Fi, 24-hour front desk, concierge services and free parking.