After staying at numerous hotels in Vegas, the Palazza Hotel is now our favorite place to stay. And to think we obtained this view with the $20.00 bill trick.
When we opened the door to our room, we were amazed at the amount of space. This was not your average hotel room. The details and décor were really high end. The luxury finishes and thoughtful extras, like the upholstered bench at the foot of the bed, the lighted separate vanity in the bathroom and a closet light that turned on automatically when you opened the door.
The distance from the door to our large viewing window was astounding. After walking through the bedroom area, you had to step down into the spacious’ sunken living room to get to the window.
The living room had a huge L shaped sofa and coffee table along with a desk and chair on one side and a round table and chairs on the other. The living room had its own TV and the bedroom area had another and there was a third TV in the bathroom.
The marble bathroom consisted of a free standing shower, and a separate deep soaking tub to relax. There were double sinks with plenty of lighting and the commode was in a separate room with its own telephone. Adequate number of white fluffy towels were provided every day.
The windows provided plenty of light during the day and the curtains were operated by a remote control and with a push of a button, the drapes/blinds retracted up or down. We usually left the curtains open for the beautiful scenery. We were on the 39th floor for which we could see the top of the Treasure Island hotel. Looking out we could see the major car and pedestrian intersection and the spectacular landscape of the mountains in the distance. We could not ask for a better view of the strip.
At night we could see the lighted streets that criss cross the plains all the way up to the mountains edge.
There was only one flaw with our room. There was a scale in the bathroom. Who wants to weigh yourself on vacation with all the good food in the city?
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