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The Palazzo
 

The $1.8 billion Palazzo resort--at the southeast corner of Las Vegas Blvd and Sands Ave.  The resort features modern European ambiance and luxury living. 

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The Palazzo guest rooms and suites were still vacant, but the doors were opened to the general public on December 30, 2007 for a look around.  This picture was taken on New Year's Eve.

 
 

The Palazzo is reported to be the sixth largest building in the world regarding available floor-space; it is the largest building in the western hemisphere.  The building is 642 feet high. 

 
 

The valet area of the Palazzo. 

 
 

The Palazzo is an extension of the Venetian complex.  In this picture, a side-view of the Palazzo is seen from the canal-area of the Venetian. 

 
 

The dark and elegant lobby of the Palazzo.

 
 

A photo of the lobby taken October 13, 2010--almost three years later from the prevoius picture.  Note the changes. 

 

 

The Palazzo decorated for the Fall. 

 
 The entrance on the Strip. 
  

The Palazzo was the second resort on the Strip (after the Wynn) to feature a luxury car dealership:  Lamborghini Las Vegas.  For high-end shopping, the Shoppes at the Palazzo await new and returning customers.  Scenes from the 2007 movie, Ocean's 13 were shot at the Palazzo while it was under construction (masquerading as "The Bank"),

  

This night-view of the Palazzo is taken from the Fashion Show Mall on the opposite corner of Las Vegas Blvd and Spring Mountain Rd. 

 

The casino of the Palazzo--with a very airy, open design. 

 

The Shoppes at the Palazzo. 

 
  

The waterfall at the Shoppes. 

 

The shadow of Treasure Island begins to creep up the face of the Palazzo near sunset. 

 

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