The center of a modern renaissance, every experience invites you to open your mind to what luxury can mean. Given the attention to luxury in Vegas, you know it’s special when a hotel earns raves specifically for its five-star setup. The Palazzo tower was designed as a more luxurious option for overnights, with recently renovated, expansive suites, sophisticated, Italian-inspired decor, and new restaurant offerings. But within that tower sits an even more exclusive spot: the Prestige at The Palazzo, a part-club-level, part-hotel-within-a-hotel area offering its own set of elevated perks.
Incredible Suites - The 3,068 newly renovated suites in the LEED Gold-certified Palazzo tower also help cultivate that sanctuary feeling. Starting at 720 square feet, sophisticated Luxury Suites feature plush king beds, Italian marble baths with oversize Roman tubs, dining tables, fully stocked refreshment bars, and multiple televisions. Separate living areas are outfitted with L-shaped convertible sofas, while remote-controlled Roman shades and curtains frame what Smith notes are “sweeping views.”Additional options include the Bella Suites (with two queen beds); the Fortuna and Siena Grand Suites (with a more contemporary Italian design); and the top-tier, multi-bedroom Lago, Penthouse, Presidential, and Chairman Suites. While amenities may differ among the suites (some come with 24-hour butler service, some are equipped with pianos, pool tables, or terraces), many of the services remain the same across the Prestige level.
On-trend dining options - Between The Palazzo and The Venetian towers, dozens of dining and drinking spots on the property will satisfy any craving, from celebrity-chef fine dining to craft burgers, authentic Italian dishes, and wellness-centric cuisine from iconic spa brand Canyon Ranch. Brand-new Mott 32 introduces the next chapter in Chinese dining to The Palazzo tower – and a convenient new hub for Prestige guests. Named after a legendary convenience store in New York City, Mott 32 puts a modern spin on Hong Kong-style eats while also staying true to the flavors, ingredients, and cooking techniques of Cantonese, Szechuan, and Beijing home cooking. Envisioned by interior designer Joyce Wang, the stunning space melds New York industrial, classical Chinese, and glam Las Vegas influences; think vintage roulette wheels and feather-boa-adorned chandeliers.
There’s a “Champagne on-demand” button - Trend-setting decor, expertly selected music, and drinks that are as beautiful as they are well crafted: At the Cocktail Collective, the experience is all about the details. Of the Collective’s three bars at the resort, two Rosina and Electra Cocktail Club - are located in The Palazzo tower, and the third, The Dorsey, is right next door in The Venetian. At Rosina, an art deco aesthetic, crystal chandeliers, sultry soundtracks, and plush velvet seating for just 65 guests set the scene for an intimate pre-dinner or late-night rendezvous accompanied by classic cocktails such as Negronis and Manhattans. At the same time, a “Champagne on-demand” button ensures you’re never far from a bottle of bubbly. At Electra Cocktail Club, on The Palazzo’s casino floor, expert mixologists put their signature twists on the bar menu, creating concoctions with names such as the Age of Aquarius Unicorn Tears, all served to a DJ-mixed playlist that subtly takes you from chill to energized.
Its posh pool paradise - Open in the summer and exclusively for guests of The Palazzo and The Venetian towers, The Aquatic Club takes the resort pool scene to new heights. Inspired by the vintage swim, racquet, and lawn clubs of the past, the leisure deck is the place to settle into an art-adorned cabana or onto a cushy chaise lounge to enjoy booze-infused ice pops, lively music, and attentive service in between dips in the pool. The big difference - Unlike the typical Las Vegas poolside experience, the vibe here is boutique and bespoke, a throwback to classic Vegas luxury. As Mollan notes, Prestige guests enjoy an even more seamless experience at The Aquatic Club, as their dedicated concierge can reserve poolside seating and other amenities for them in advance.
Prestige at The Palazzo is really the place for the traveler who wants everything at their fingertips. “It’s about convenience, but also a place to escape to, which is a rare Vegas retreat.”