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With first-class accommodations and a slew of acclaimed chefs, The Palazzo is the perfect respite for those seeking a taste of the finer things in life. From a three-story Barneys New York to a beautiful waterfall atrium, the resort is always striving to reach new heights in the hospitality industry.

As the largest LEED-certified building in the world, the resort is also committed to the environment. During the construction of The Palazzo, some 70 percent of waste materials were recycled, diverting nearly 42,000 tons from the landfill. Numerous green initiatives regarding recycling, energy, lighting, water, air quality and cleaning products are also in place here.

Combined with The Venetian and the Sands Expo and Convention Center, The Palazzo is among the largest hotel and convention complexes in the world. The two hotels are connected by The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian | The Palazzo, an 875,000-square-foot multilevel shopping complex with approximately 160 high-end stores — including Barneys — and water features like The Palazzo’s stunning Waterfall Atrium and The Venetian’s indoor canal. Amenities at The Palazzo and The Venetian are interchangeable, and together the properties boast the most James Beard award-winning restaurants under one roof.

A cathedral ceiling majestically tops the casino, while a second 80-foot dome floods the lobby with natural light. With 139 types of games, as well as countless slot and video poker machines, the casino floor itself lacks the stale smell of cigarette smoke typically found in Las Vegas casinos. As a property certified by Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), smoking is off limits for the majority of The Palazzo — including 50 percent of the casino floor.

The resort’s 3,066 all-suite rooms start at 720 square feet and are decorated with a modern Italian style. They provide all the comforts of home along with the luxuries of a high-class hotel, and include sunken living rooms, remote-controlled draperies, multiple flat-screen TVs and Roman tubs. The Prestige Suites, located on the 23rd floor, offer enhanced VIP treatment with a champagne check-in and access to an exclusive lounge where a complimentary breakfast, hors d’oeuvres and cocktails are served.

Dining is inarguably second to none at The Palazzo with restaurants like celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck’s Cut, an AAA Four Diamond Award-winning steakhouse. Carnaval-inspired SushiSamba unites Brazilian flavors, Peruvian tastes and Japanese technique. Chef Mario Batali’s Carnevino is for connoisseurs of aged beef, and chef Emeril Lagasse’s Table 10, inspired by his flagship New Orleans restaurant, showcases bold Creole cooking. Grimaldi’s, a New York City import, serves up its incomparable thin crust pizza.

Adjacent to SushiSamba is its sister venue, The Lounge at SushiSamba, a vibrant boutique nightclub featuring interactive entertainment. Another hotspot for dining and drinks is the Mediterranean-inspired Lavo.

For a more casual meal, enjoy light fare at Wolfgang Puck’s seasonal restaurant, Solaro, located at the five-acre pool complex on the hotel’s fourth floor. Also on the pool level near the entrance to the Canyon Ranch SpaClub, the Canyon Ranch Grill offers healthy options as well as a menu of organic liquor.

Those seeking sophistication and elegance on their Vegas vacation will find it here. The Palazzo is unparalleled in providing world-class dining, shopping and accommodations right in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.

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