With a sprawling deck of fountains and foliage, The Palazzo pool area offers an oasis on the Las Vegas Strip. It features seven distinct pools -- including large resort-style pools and smaller boutique size pools -- plus four hot tubs and 41 cabanas.
Its many secondary pools are perfect for families and those who want a little bit more privacy and relaxation while poolside, while the main pools offer plenty of fun and sun, with surface-level and submerged lounge chairs dotting much of the main pool area.
Guests at The Palazzo pool area can enjoy food at Solaro, a restaurant by Wolfgang Puck. Located directly off the entrance of the pool, Solaro offers innovative Italian creations from handcrafted pizzas to sandwiches and salads, as well as refreshing homemade ice cream sandwiches. If you are an early riser and want to get some sun, the restaurant also offers delicious gourmet breakfast to fill your appetite. Solaro has limited hours for breakfast, but serves lunch till 4 p.m.
Within The Palazzo pool area is Azure, the Palazzo's "daytime luxury pool experience" modeled to evoke the opulence of the French Riviera right here in Las Vegas. It's for adults only and has 10 cabanas, 15 daybeds and 26 lounge chairs. Hotel guests have access to Azure without paying a cover charge. Azure is open on Friday through Sunday from spring to late fall.
The Palazzo guests also have the option of using the pools at The Venetian.