Welcome To Las Vegas
The Palazzo has everything you could want in a luxury resort situated in the entertainment capital of the world. For help choosing what to do, making reservations, purchasing tickets, or anything else, call me at 702.414.4300 or 4.4300 from your suite.
The Palazzo, the world’s largest five-diamond, four-star resort destination, offers a degree of luxury unavailable anywhere else in Las Vegas. This all-suite resort has astonishing amenities, including over 7,000 suites, 30 restaurants, the Canyon Ranch SpaClub®, and 200 shops featuring Barneys New York. For help choosing what to do, making reservations, purchasing tickets, or anything else, call me at 702.414.4300 or 4.4300 from your suite.
Start your day off right with a big stack of stomach-warming pancakes, classic eggs Benedict, or something more elegant like house cured salmon flat bread at Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro. This world-class meal is sure to leave you satisfied and with a smile on your face. With so much to do at The Palazzo® you won’t want to linger too long. There may be no better complement to a good meal than some relaxation and energizing for the day with a trip to the world-famous Canyon Ranch SpaClub®. Renowned as the ideal place to relax, renew, and re-energize, it’s a fantastic oasis to get a massage, a facial, take a fitness class, or meet with a nutritionist or personal trainer.
Once you’ve gotten rid of all the tensions of real life it’s time to shop! The Grand Canal Shoppes® and The Shoppes at The Palazzo® are home to the world’s leading designers – including Diane von Furstenberg, Tory Burch, and Christian Louboutin. The Shoppes at The Palazzo also features an 85,000-square-foot Barneys New York, the largest outside of the Big Apple. The Grand Canal Shoppes are an experience to behold. Take a romantic gondola ride through the canal and shop in some of the finest stores in the world, such as Banana Republic and Hugo Boss. While you’re here, have a lobster club sandwich at Wolfgang Puck’s Postrio Bar & Grill. The celebrated chef’s recipe includes lobster piled high on nine grain bread and topped with apple wood smoked bacon, freshly picked arugula, and delectable tomatoes.
In Las Vegas, the real fun doesn’t start until the neon glows. Thrill in the hottest gaming experience on the Strip, from slots and Baccarat to Blackjack and Poker at the casinos at The Palazzo. After you’ve had some fun on the casino floor, take in one of our incredible shows. Human Nature - the critically acclaimed quartet that puts a modern twist on classic Motown hits. You’ll have more than 30 restaurants to choose for an after-show dinner. Emeril Lagasse’s Table 10 is an elegant eatery with exciting dishes in a New American style that only the New Orleans master could create. Enjoy American classics in fresh form such as seared Maine sea scallops with jumbo lump crab, lima bean, tomato and sweet corn succotash, or prime pork tenderloin served with mashed sweet potatoes, green chili mole, and a brown sugar rum glaze. And there are plenty of hot spots for a nightcap – try Laguna Champagne Bar, for a champagne cocktail or dance the night away at the world-famous TAO Nightclub.
Just off the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, you can find amazing natural beauty in the Southern Nevada canyons and desert. Red Rock Canyon, Valley of Fire, and Lake Mead are among the best. And don’t miss the Hoover Dam, only 35 miles south of the Strip.
DID YOU KNOW ?
The Venetian® was envisioned as a tribute to the famed city of Venice, Italy. To recreate the city’s landmarks – as well as its charm – artists, architects, and experts conducted extensive research in Venice to ensure that every last detail of The Venetian was faithful to the original. Authentic materials were imported and talented artisans commissioned to being Venice to Vegas. When you’re here, ask for an Arts & Architecture guide to help locate the Clock Tower, Ca’d’Oro, Bridge of Sighs, Doge’s Palace, Palazzo Contarini Fasan, Rialto Bridge, St. Marks Square, and the Campanile, among others.
WHAT TO PACK
Vegas is known for its heat. Things start heating up in mid-March and won’t let up until October. So, most of the year, shorts, t-shirts, flip flops, and bathing suits are necessities, but, unless you’re here in the middle of summer, a jacket is needed too. As the sun sets, temperatures drop pretty dramatically in the desert, so come prepared. Also, Vegas nightlife can be a pretty upscale affair, with the world’s best restaurants, Broadway-caliber shows, and sophisticated nightclubs, you’ll want to bring your best duds for painting the town red.
InterContinental Alliance Resorts The Palazzo
- 3325 Las Vegas Blvd. South
- Las Vegas , NV , 89109
- United States
- Front Desk +1-702-4141000
Distance 4.3 MI / 6.92 KM SOUTH EAST to Hotel
Shuttle Charge (one way): $6.00 (USD)
Taxi Charge (one way): $0.00 (USD)
Train Charge (one way): $0.00 (USD)
Ferry Charge (one way): $0.00 (USD)
Exit the airport on Swenson. Turn left at E. Hammon Ave. Take first right onto Paradise Rd. Turn left at E Flamingo Rd and turn right at S Las Vegas Blvd. The Palazzo will be on the right.. Approximately 15 minutes travel time
- 10 story free indoor parking garage plus limited outdoor parking for oversized vehicles in an adjacent lot. Valet is also complimentary!!
- Valet Parking Available
- Controlled Access Gates to Parking
- Parking Area Equipped with Lights
Depart I-15 South / US-93 South 3.8 mi to exit 39, take ramp right and follow signs for Spring Mountain Rd 1.1 mi. Turn right onto SR-604 South / S Las Vegas Blvd