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palazzo vs venetian

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by golfer1903, Sep 29, 2014.

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  1. golfer1903

    golfer1903 Low-Roller

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    which do you prefer and why. or is there a better option. interested in room for 4 adults 2 per bed. like the large rooms offered here with seperate living area. thanks for any info
     
  2. BCMike

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    I've stayed at both but in rooms with a king bed. They're both very spacious. I liked the palazzo better overall. It's a little newer, the casino isn't as busy, it doesn't seem as smokey etc. I'll see if i can find my room pictures at both for you.
     
  3. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Just to clarify... most of the rooms at V/P have a living area, not a living ROOM. These are just larger than normal hotel rooms. Yes, V/P prefers to call them suites. To most people, a suite means a SEPARATE room.
     
  4. bardolator

    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    Palazzo has a much smaller casino with an easy layout. The parking deck is much more convenient if that matters to you. Rooms are about the same- quite spacious with separate living areas that include a sleeper sofa.
     
  5. joshrocker

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    Vegas really likes to throw around the term suite. A lot of the rooms advertised as suites are just larger than average hotel rooms. Great if you just needed a little extra room to be comfortable, not so great if you needed the extra space for privacy or to get work done without disturbing your roommates.
     
  6. bardolator

    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    True, the rooms are not suites in the sense that there is no bedroom with a door that closes.
     
  7. Bluskies

    Bluskies Low-Roller

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    I stayed at the Venetian once and really liked it...except it was when Phantom of the Opera was playing there... and much as like the musical, you couldn't escape the music...in the bathrooms, in the elevator...everywhere!!!!
     
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  8. zenvegas

    zenvegas Low-Roller

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    I stayed at Palazzo last year and really liked it. The one thing I didn't like is that it's much further from the street than the Venetian.
    While I tend to walk a lot, this was a lot of walking just to get back and forth.
     
  9. Chuck2009x

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    Main differences (and these are all reasons I like Palazzo better):

    • Palazzo is a little quieter in general
    • The Venetian room has a wrought iron railing separating the beds and the living room, whereas Palazzo has a handy shelf/countertop
    • The TV in the bed area of Palazzo is bigger than Venetian
    • Palazzo casino is open and has a high ceiling


    Venetian has better views.
     
  10. RiddickBull

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    I stayed at both. Palazzo's rooms are newer and modern. The casino is smaller and more quiet compared to the Venetian. The rooms are Venetian are slightly smaller (not much) and not as modern, but still very similar. The main difference is the Venetian's casino is much more lively.

    I use to prefer Palazzo. It has changed since staying at Venetian. I prefer the more lively casino where baccarat is lively with many players. Can't go wrong with either. The walk is short to other casino.

    Enjoy your trip.
     
  11. Oskee2001

    Oskee2001 Low-Roller

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    Definitely the palazzo.... Not as cheesy as the Venetian
     
  12. Smallz23

    Smallz23 Low-Roller

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    Palazzo.. Better decor.. The room I booked has an exercise machine in it. The elliptical. No one really used it for it's purpose besides my boyfriend. The rest of messed out with it playing silly games like having one person standing on each person.. Holding our wine glass above one another's head and see how fast we can go without spilling it. We were drunk.. All med students (except me).. I swear this is not how we typically act ! This room was the Siena suite..


    And the Venetian room I booked was the Piazza suite.. Altho the decor isn't as new as the Siena.. My friends and I loved this place just the fact that it's extremely spacious. We could do wituout the elliptical machine lol.
     
  13. BCMike

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    I've just got pictures of the Venetian room which was their standard 'suite'. You can see them here if you want (along with my killing it on the silver strike machine at the Palazzo.
    https:[email protected]/sets/72157645199780947/

    Agree with the others as well. I wouldn't consider them suites since they are really just 1 room split with a divider at both properties.

    From what I remember, the layout was pretty similar at the Palazzo except for the divider as someone else mentioned already.
     
  14. Smallz23

    Smallz23 Low-Roller

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    I haven't stayed at any of their standard suites ie the Bella suites etc.. But if you are referring to their rooms with one king and a pull out.. Here are some photos I took. I apologize if they aren't that great.

    Piazza suite at Venetian with sliding doors without that fence barrier ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412088704.682584.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412088721.003969.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412088731.658195.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412088745.783765.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412088759.752467.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412088792.089266.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412088830.319593.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412088841.634899.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412088859.884454.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412088885.980125.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412088918.738272.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412088546.567288.jpg
     
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    Here's the same room but with the barrier.. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412089001.238462.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412089027.187151.jpg
     
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    This one is the Siena suite.. At palazzo.. Again.. I can't find the photo of the bedroom but it's almost identical to the Venetian on.

    Like most larger suites and penthouses .. Their bathrooms doors don't have locks.. And as a precaution.. We would hang towels on their glass showers to hide our tidbits in case someone walks in on either entrance =x ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412089131.456699.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412089161.726627.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412089184.240378.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412089226.618851.jpg
     
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    Smallz23 Low-Roller

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    Not much of a view here. But if you've stayed at either of V/P's Bella suite.. This suite is a big larger and more ideal if you like some extra space. This is their Rialto suite at Venetian.

    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412089453.484394.jpg
     
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    I have stayed times at the Palazzo in a bella room and really, its my favorite in vegas. The location is great, plenty of swimming pools and its like the the Venetian and Palazzo are one hotel. I have also stayed at the Aria, Mirage, Wynn, Bellagio, mgm, MC, NYNY and T! and PH.
     
  19. DaiLun

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    Palazzo hands down. The self-park is the closest to the room elevators. The only hassle is check-in, but that only happens once on a trip.
     
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    I have also stayed at both and agree with most of the comments RiddickBull has said.

    For me the Venetian was positioned better for the things I liked to do, for example the elevator came down to the casino floor to where I usually like to play the slot machines so this convenient for us as we did not have to walk for ages to reach them.
    We liked dining at the Grand Lux and again very close to the room elevators, street outside and more livelier than Palazzo.
    Having said all of that I prefer the look of the Palazzo over the Venetian as it's contemporary and is newer!
     
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