Are you ready to go VIP with your hotel?
We were excited to learn the inside secrets of VIP’s with The Palazzo Tower at The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino in Las Vegas!
Special thanks to our digital coordinator Noshin for writing this article.
Opting for the club-level upgrade not only unveils a secret lounge, but includes a business center, reserved pool chairs, continental breakfast, beverages, and undisclosed cocktails at the hidden spots:
Prestige is the luxurious lounge with a view if you are traveling for work and need a meeting spot! I would reserve this room for a group of family, friends, or coworkers anytime.
Rosina is the new private craft cocktail bar. It was incredible to see the décor of the Italian-inspired dome inside flow into this bar with extravagance. The gold features and details from the architecture to the cocktails immediately bring the feelings of another-worldly, “bygone era of luxury and opulence.” Or try “the Penicillin” at The Dorsey, which also grabbed the attention of The New York Times.
Head to Buddy V’s Ristorante for some classic Italian-American food (spaghetti and meatballs, duh!), and a bite of dessert right after at Carlo’s Bakery. Who could pass up one of the nation’s favorite bakeries?! Bouchon Restaurant in the Pool and Garden Courtyard also allows guests to eat poolside with the feel of a Roman bathe. We like options, especially if they include a hot tub!
Gondola University teaches guests about the history of gondolas and Venice. Go on a gondola ride, and be serenaded. Enough said!
P.S. For an even more intimate experience, ask Rosina about their secret, word-of-mouth menu or their “seasonal fix.” But you didn’t get that tip from us!
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Happy Hotel Hunting!
Taylor & Rebecca