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Venetian vs Palazzo

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Venetian vs Palazzo

As an InterContinental Platinum Ambassador member, I noticed some pretty good (and absolutely equal) prices for the Venetian and the Palazzo for December 18-20 (under $150). The ranking for these two is equal on this website. I was hoping someone familiar with these two properties could give me the skinny on the relative advantages of each of these, and help me decide between the two. Thanks!

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1. Re: Venetian vs Palazzo

Palazzo is newer and is slightly nicer than V, but not by much. Palazzo is a quieter casino. Staying at one means you get to use the amenities of both - they are only separated by a small walkway so it's easy to go back and forth. Lots of dining options in V and P, excellent customer service and a can't miss spa.

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2. Re: Venetian vs Palazzo

we've stayed at both many times but we like the palazzo for there prestige lounge and the larger suites, dont know about the ordinary rooms if they differ

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3. Re: Venetian vs Palazzo

book palazzo prestige suites

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4. Re: Venetian vs Palazzo

Think of them as two towers of the same resort. Rooms are pretty much identical.

The Venetian has a bit more theme, is closer to some shops and restaurants, is slighlty closer to most of the rest of the Strip. The Palazzo is a bit more relaxed and has much better self-parking.

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5. Re: Venetian vs Palazzo

I like the Palazzo better because it is quieter, the casino area isn't as crazy, confusing and cramped feeling, and I don't need to be surrounded by a theme. Rooms are also a little newer and the color scheme is a little cooler at least in some rooms. Otherwise, rooms are so similar as to be pretty much interchangeable, and the hotels are connected so going between one and the other is seamless.

If you have occasion to wait for a cab or use a valet while visiting the property, use Palazzo. It's almost always half as busy.

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I have stayed at both properties numerous times. I was at the Venetian a week and a half ago on a Friday night. To put into perspective your good price, I had to pay $600 + for a room. It was a double suite, but usually I can get them for less.

Anyway, if you like more contemporary rooms and a more modern style then the Palazzo is for you. I like the more ornate, fancy style of the Venetian and the room I was in less than two weeks ago had been renovated so I felt it was newer feeling than the Palazzo.

If you are staying at the Palazzo the prestige suites are fantastic, and the lounge is nice, but the room style is not my favorite.

From my standpoint, I'm happy staying at either property as I always have a wonderful stay at either.

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