A Las Vegas getaway often includes gambling, revelry and live entertainment, and choosing the right place to stay can be a challenge. Two options in the heart of the Strip are The Venetian and The Palazzo, which are right next to each other and owned by the same company, InterContinental. Both hotels offer a range of amenities, including a casino, but differences between the two properties can help you find the accommodations that are right for your Vegas vacation.
Both The Venetian and The Palazzo offer a range of room types to suit every budget, but with 11 different floor plans, The Palazzo offers more room types than its sister hotel The Venetian, which offers 7. The seven suites available at The Venetian range in size from 650 square feet in the Luxury Suite to a whopping 2,900 square feet in the Penthouse. The Palazzo, on the other hand, offers six suites that are less than 1,000 square feet.
Las Vegas hotel pools are well-known for their expansive size and lavish design. Both The Venetian and The Palazzo offer pools for guests to enjoy. However, if you're looking for a Vegas-style party, choose The Azure at The Palazzo, which hosts VIP events as well as three theme parties every week: Femme Fridays, Stereo Love Saturdays and Dolce Vita Sundays. The Venetian pool deck is a more relaxed spot, with cabanas, a poolside restaurant and cocktail service.
When the lights go down on Vegas, the party begins. Both The Venetian and The Palazzo have nightlife options for their guests to enjoy, but The Palazzo has a wider range of evening entertainment. The Palazzo features eight bars, including Lavo Nightclub, Fusion Mixology Bar and Double Helix Wine Bar. The Venetian features just three nightlife options: Tao, La Scena and V Bar. If you like to bar hop, The Palazzo gives you more choices than its sister hotel.
Your gambling tastes can also dictate which hotel works best for you. While both The Palazzo and The Venetian offer table games, slot machines and mobile gaming, only The Venetian offers poker. The hotel's Poker Room is an 11,000-square-foot space, one of the largest in the city. It includes 39 poker tables featuring games like Texas Hold 'Em, Stud and Omaha. If you're a poker fanatic, the convenience of The Venetian Poker Room might be the best choice.
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