We had the Chicken Palazzo which is one of their specialties, seafood pasta in a garlic cream sauce (big pieces of shrimp and scallops) and chicken piccata (nice and tangy). We tried the tiramisu for dessert and it was okay.
Stay in the heart of Las Vegas – Excellent location – show map. This 5-star eco-friendly The Palazzo at The Venetian® is on the Vegas Strip. The luxury hotel features a full-service spa and health club, pool deck overlooking the Strip, and a state-of-the-art casino. The Palazzo at The Venetian® offers spacious suites with a separate living area and a dining table.
- 3325 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States of America, 3325 Las Vegas Boulevard South, USA NV 89109
A spacious suite with separate living area. At 720 square feet the Luxury King Suite is almost twice the size of standard accommodations on the Strip. Complete with the comfort of one pillow-top king bed, sleep comes easy. With a sunken living room you can lounge solo or entertain guests. Enjoy a serene soak in a Roman tub or in the separate shower.
The Palazzo / pəˈlɑːtsoʊ / (also called The Palazzo at The Venetian ) is a luxury hotel and casino resort located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. It is the tallest completed building in Nevada. Designed by the Dallas -based HKS, Inc., the hotel offers luxury in an Italian Renaissance ambiance.
Palazzo is an apartment home living at its finest. This exquisite community has everything to offer including beautifully landscaped grounds that create luscious surroundings, and a variety of first-rate amenities are at your fingertips, including a basketball court, 24-hour fitness center, and resort-style swimming pools.
Discover The Venetian and Palazzo. At The Venetian and Palazzo, in the heart of the famed Las Vegas Strip, you'll discover a dynamic dining scene inspired by exceptional cuisines from throughout the world. Both of these resorts pay tribute to the timeless destinations of Italy, so Italian fare gets top billing. 
Palazzo style refers to an architectural style of the 19th and 20th centuries based upon the palazzi (palaces) built by wealthy families of the Italian Renaissance. The term refers to the general shape, proportion and a cluster of characteristics, rather than a specific design; hence it is applied to buildings spanning a period of nearly two hundred years, regardless of date, provided they are a symmetrical, corniced, basemented and with neat rows of windows.