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The Palazzo Las Vegas

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Located right in the heart of the Vegas Strip, The Palazzo is a soaring, 50 story, megaresort that practically offers the entirety of the Vegas experience under one roof. Well, except for strip clubs, drive-thru chapels, and $2.99 steak and eggs, but that's an article for another time. Full article after the jump.


What you will find however is an immense collection of food, entertainment, nightlife, shopping (they have a full-sized Barney's), and plush accommodations, the offerings are so complete in fact that you will only ever have to leave the property (and in case you do, you're a short walk away from many other major Vegas casinos) when the time comes to fly back home. Hell, they even have a Walgreens onsite.

One thing you'll notice at the Palazzo is how well equipped the hotel is for men. During your stay you can enjoy a 9 hole golf game, grab a massage at the jaw-droppingly enormous 134,000 square foot Canyon Ranch Spa, go for an E-ticket ride in your choice of a Lamborghini or Ferrari at Del Toro, devour a steak at Carnevino, enjoy the nightclub scene at Lavo, and when the night is over kick back, relax, and enjoy a menu of diner-style eats at Sam DeMarco's First Food & Bar.



Another highlight is the recently opened Lagasse's Stadium which takes the Vegas sportsbook to a whole new level. With hundreds of flatscreens all around you, you'll never miss the game and since we're talking about Emeril here, you know you'll have a wide array of food choices to enjoy during the big game. What really sets Lagasse's Staidum apart from the rest is their new "Pocketcasino" system that lets you make your bets via a wireless iPhone-like device (you can use it anywhere on the Palazzo/Venetian property) that gives you lines and spreads in real time as well as let you play table games like blackjack or poker straight from the device.


As for the rooms, the Palazzo is actually an all-suite hotel, the smallest rooms are 720 square feet while the biggest reach 8,000 square feet ($20,000 a night) for their "Chairman" suites. Rooms are very well appointed with flat screen televisions throughout the room and in the bathroom, DVD player, remote control curtains, and even a special pillow selection is available during your stay.

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