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Palazzo Questions

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by savage810, Aug 25, 2015.

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  1. savage810

    savage810 Low-Roller

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    First time staying at Palazzo, never stayed at Venetian.

    Company conference, reservations made through the company. My company said the reservation was for Venetian, but I called the resort and they said my reservation was with Palazzo. I know they are one big mega-complex, but I assume its different checkin desks, and probably towers located on opposite sides of the resort. Is that correct? Since the company is not telling people that it could be Venetian or Palazzo, and they are operating shuttles to only certain hotels, I assume this has potential for a lot of confusion if they just dump everyone at the Venetian lobby.

    Also, any recommendations for a casual bar for a late Sunday night drink in the Palazzo? Nothing fancy or very loud.

    Thanks!

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  2. katmu

    katmu Well-Known Member

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    Yes, the Palazzo check-in desk is separate. At the front of the property towards the far left when looking at the map found at the link below.

    For bars at Palazzo, I like either Public House or the Bourbon Room but I'm sure you will get better suggestions from someone else.

    http://www.venetian.com/hotel/explore-the-venetian/map.html
     
  3. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I like Bourbon Room too, but I am not a big drinker.

    I like the Palazzo side better than venetian. I think you will enjoy it
     
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    thecarve Misanthrope

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    Your concern about possible confusion and hassle is very well founded, IMO. I think you'd be doing your coworkers a big favor by having them confirm which hotel they're in. Sure the places are connected and it is easy to travel between the two. But the lobbies are almost as far apart as they could possibly be, if memory serves.
     
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    Letter_E Low-Roller

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    Yeah, there's nothing worse than to be ready to check in and head to your room, only to find you have to go to a whole other lobby (I've done that once when I forgot which hotel I was booked at). It's not that far, but it can feel like it. There are 3 lobby bars on the Palazzo side. One usually has a house band, and the other two are on the casino floor. Bourbon Room is fun, but it can get a little loud in there depending on the time of night.
     
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    Palazzo is the better half, so that's good. It's a farther walk to the Convention rooms though.
     
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    I like the Bourbon Room too.
     
  8. savage810

    savage810 Low-Roller

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    I got some advice from a buddy's gf last night that you can check in to either hotel from the Venetian lobby, and that it didn't seem that much farther to go to the Palazzo rooms from that lobby. HOWEVER, her descriptions of her Venetian hotel experience are inconsistent at best, so I don't buy it at this point. Thoughts on that?
     
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