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Photo courtesy of The Venetian Resort Las Vegas
The Palazzo Las VegasBoth the Palazzo Las Vegas and its sister property, the Venetian, share enough facilities and services (including the largest spa in Las Vegas), and are so closely connected that Guinness World Records considers them as one in determining that, with a total room count of over 7,000, they are the biggest hotel in the U.S. (they are also the only all-suite hotel and casino on the Strip). Technically, though, the Palazzo, which opened in 2008, is a stand-alone, with its own lobby, two casinos and a poker room, upscale shopping, 15 restaurants, and a five-acre pool and garden deck. It also has its own vibe, which is less theme-driven, more hip than at the Venetian—although it’s not without its glitz, as one can’t help but notice when looking at the huge glass dome above the lobby. Spread over three towers, the Palazzo’s suites, with their sunken living rooms, are nearly double the size of average guestroom on the Strip (and almost identical to the Venetian’s suites) and their views, from the highest of them, among the loftiest in Las Vegas.
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The Festive Spirit in Vegas
There may not be snow on the ground, but Las Vegas always gets in the holiday mood. The Bellagio Conservatory completely transforms itself into a winter wonderland, Caesars Palace undergoes a festive facelift and reception areas in all the resorts dress up in holiday decor. This photo is from The Palazzo, where the resort meets The Venetian. The two-story waterfall is flanked with garland and holiday lights while the area normally reserved for floral arrangements is turned into a winter scene. Expect to hear holiday music just about everywhere you go.