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Weekends are for high rollers at Venetian’s extravagant sister property, with table minimums often $25 or more. But the Palazzo can be a surprising value on slower weekdays, when you can find $10 tables. Like the Venetian, Palazzo has a mobile sports betting app you can use all over the property. Opened in 2008, it feels like a slightly rarefied version of the theme-park, canal-filled fun of its sibling; suites start at 720 square feet, with all the amenities. Look for Barneys New York, among a stellar lineup of fashion and jewelry stores, as well as Mario Batali’s Carnevino, Morel’s French Steakhouse & Bistro, SUSHSAMBA, and Wolfgang Puck’s CUT.
The Buzz: The five-acre pool deck, a Roman garden the Palazzo shares with The Venetian; they also share the massive Canyon Ranch SpaClub.