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Palazzo vs. Venetian?

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Palazzo vs. Venetian?

I am booked at the Venetian for 3 nights.

Can anyone tell me any reason (if it exists) why I might want to stay at the Palazzo instead?

I can get Palazzo for $25 more a night.

Just wonder what the differences are.

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1. Re: Palazzo vs. Venetian?

I've stayed at neither but would wager that the Palazzo would be a better deal. It's newer and that is a big seller for me. $25 is not that big a difference so why not spring for the Palazzo?

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2. Re: Palazzo vs. Venetian?

I've stayed at neither but would wager that the Palazzo would be a better deal. It's newer and that is a big seller for me. $25 is not that big a difference so why not spring for the Palazzo?

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3. Re: Palazzo vs. Venetian?

no difference noticable to a guest staying in a regular room. all the rooms at the V are redocarted, the decor similar, bathrooms the same.

I like the concierge lounge at the P more, decor and different room layout, although the lounge at The P is wonderful. absolutley nothing makes the P worth paying $25 more than The V in my mind.

They share a spa, the grazie club, are joined by a common walway, access to both shopping areas.

I like the casino at P for layout - it is just a 2 min walk from P, that may or may not matter to you.

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4. Re: Palazzo vs. Venetian?

Bry, not much difference except the Palazzo is newer and the casino isn't as big and quieter, which I like. I alos like the pool area better but you can go from one pool area to another. Keep your room at the Venetian and spend time at the Palazzo.

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5. Re: Palazzo vs. Venetian?

I am booked at the P for 4 nights - in my mind, I view the P and the V one big hotel complex. I stayed in a renovated room at the V last year and it was absolutely awesome - descriptions of the P rooms match the renovated V rooms, so I wouldn't pay extra for the P. Its sounds like its easy to walk from one casino to the other - the pool facilities are open to both P & V guests.

I hope you enjoy your trip!

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6. Re: Palazzo vs. Venetian?

Both are Great.Palazzo just Newer!!!

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7. Re: Palazzo vs. Venetian?

I've recently stayed at both and I think I would choose V again...rooms almost identical to P, but I think V is more central to everything in the complex - walking over to P and also the Venezia Tower. But I wouldn't turn down the P...I'd really just go with whichever was less expensive.

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8. Re: Palazzo vs. Venetian?

We just stayed at palazzo this past weekend. P is newer and our room was wonderful!! I dont think there is much difference though in the rooms..The V has recently renoed the rooms. Casino at P a little smaller than V.

I agree that these 2 seem like 1 big hotel complex...I would go for the cheaper unless u r staying concierge level because the P lounge is bigger.

I am sure either one u choose u will love!

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9. Re: Palazzo vs. Venetian?

bridgefan1 i fully agree with your response and we also found the conceirge lounge nicer, suites pretty well the same, fortuna suite was a little larger and we liked the layout and will probably stay there on our next visit. My wife likes the conceirge lounge because they served excellent cappacino and it is also very relaxing after a long play in the casino

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