The minute you step inside the Palazzo Waterfall Atrium and Gardens, you'll forget all about the drunken shenanigans right outside on the Las Vegas Strip.
You may think you have the best lawn on the block, but it won't hold a candle to the man-made landscapes you'll stare at inside. The soaring multi-story atrium features a waterfall, a domed skylight and flowers so exotic you probably can't pronounce all their names.
The atrium is lavishly decked out each season, with the addition of the Chinese New Year. From bright bursts of color in the spring to the warm and burnt hues of fall, the horticulture team pulls out all the stops to make sure it's unforgettable, no matter how much you've had to drink.
Located at the entrance to the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian | The Palazzo, the current atrium display took two years for the team to design. In the first-ever celebration of Carnivale di Venezia, the team built 9-foot-tall topiary women dressed in traditional Venetian Carnival costumes. Their gowns are hand-made of tens of thousands of flowers that are swapped out each month to show the colorful transition of summer into fall.