Las Vegas’ Palazzo updates its casino and rooms and adds a ‘kinetically charged’ bar
At 10 years and counting, the Palazzo has unveiled a renovation that updates its casino floor and suites.
The remodeling project has been underway for the last two years at the all-suite Palazzo, part of a large hotel, casino and convention complex on the Vegas Strip that includes the adjoining Venetian. The renovation was estimated at $15 million when it was announced.
Some of the biggest changes are to the Palazzo’s more than 100,000-square-foot casino, which sports new design elements including an overhead electric ribbon of color that creates waves of light, new marble pathways with patterns and medallions drawn from Italian history and three new bar concepts.
The Electra Cocktail Club, in the heart of the casino, grabs attention with a digital display spanning 40 feet. The website describes it as a “kinetically charged environment.” Other casino bars are the Dorsey and the Rosina.
Remodeled suites are lighter and brighter and feature green-building LEED-standard wall coverings, flooring, lighting and finishes. Corridors and elevators have lighting that is brighter and more energy efficient.
The Palazzo is one of Las Vegas’ giants; at nearly 650 feet, it’s one of the state’s tallest buildings. It has more than 3,000 all-suite rooms that start at 740 square feet and are decorated in a modern Italian style.
Info: Palazzo, (702) 607-7777, (877) 883-6423
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