Posted on May 22, 2017
When you walk out of Carlo’s Bake Shop with a box full of pastries you’ll wonder how you can find the space to put away more calories. A visit to Venetian and Palazzo Las Vegas is a journey into a non stop food fest while at the same time a pause for relaxation. It’s lavish yet subtle, you are catered to, but comfortable. If you just had one day at the Venetian and Palazzo Las Vegas I bet you could find a way to spend your time.
You have arrived! You’ll walk right past the check –in lobby at Palazzo and walk toward the guest elevators. When you get to the Prestige Level they’ll handle the little details as you sip on a glass of bubbles. If you are going away for the weekend you might as well start the trip off well. Don’t get too comfortable when you see the spacious lounge that is all yours while you’re a guest on the Prestige Level at Palazzo. The suites are quite similar at Venetian and Palazzo so consider choosing one over the other as just selecting one tower over the other for the sake of convenience. Palazzo feels a bit more like a boutique experience, although it is not small at all, while The Venetian and its magnificent lobby feels like a journey into an art gallery that happens to house a few thousand hotel rooms.
Once inside the room you will be tempted to strip down and fill that enormous bath tub with sudsy water and bring on the relaxation but you need to kick start this Vegas vacation. Your first stop is Delmonico Steakhouse but you won’t be having any beef for lunch. You could. It’s great. But, you won’t. You’ll order the fried chicken that is just available at lunch. You’ll sit at the bar. You’ll have the bartender talk to you about whiskey. You’ll have her make you a drink. Las Vegas makes a good first impression.
Take a walk around the Grand Canal Shoppes for some window shopping. Step in to the new Martin & MacArthur straight from Honolulu, this shop specializes in unique items made from Koa wood or look for accessories at Tory Burch where you walk in with a wandering sense of style and you walk out with direction. While you are there get a little romantic with a gondola ride though the shops. Your gondolier will serenade you as you float through the indoor canal.
Your midday should be filled with afternoon cocktails at the Prestige Lounge. Sit in a deep couch and ponder the good life. Listen to the piano, sip a cocktail and have a flirtatious conversation.
Your night in Las Vegas should start in a casual environment surrounded by fabulous comfortable Italian food. Load up on Grandma’s Meatballs at Buddy V’s before some bucatini carbonara or the very comforting Valastro Sunday Gravy. Couple the meal with some red wine and you’ll be more than satisfied when you enter the showroom and take your seat for BAZ – Start Crossed Love. The show is set in today but rooted in the screenwriting of Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo and Juliet, Moulin Rouge and The Great Gatsby. It’s dance, it’s music, it’s theater and it is romance on the Las Vegas strip.
Day complete! Now go soak in the tub.
If You Had A Second Day At The Venetian And Palazzo Las Vegas
The Gondolas and Canals at Venetian Las Vegas
The Lobby at Venetian Las Vegas