I was here for three nights for a convention - well technically at the venetian but when I checked in early they offered me an upgrade to the palazzo. The place is just amazing... be prepared for a walk though - it takes a while to get around the place and you will get lost the first couple of days!
The Bella suite room was simply lovely with sumptuous velvet sectional couch (which had a pullout) in the sunken living room with a dining table to seat three and a separate tv, two queen beds in the upper area with another tv, and a huge bathroom with separate tub and shower and a television (in the bathroom!) and a separate toilet. There is a desk area in the sunken living room that has a fax combo too - not that I used it. But I could have.
The beds are very comfortable but strangely the pillows felt like foam chips! However, the second morning I asked housekeeping to find me a softer pillow and they found me a down one :)
We ate at Table 10 - Emeril Lagasse's casual restaurant - excellent food and not too horribly expensive. We also ate at AquaKnox - divine Mt Cook Salmon from New Zealand! And at Bouchon - a french patisserie style restaurant with amazing brunch over on the venetian side - hard to find but worth it!!!
The pool area is nice although gets very hot and there is very limited shade. It also got incredibly crowded saturday and I couldn't find a seat, even by myself. There is the Azure pool area which has all sorts of reviews on its own and sounds pretty pretentious and requires a $50 food/beverage minimum - which isn't actually that much when you look at the prices but I'm not really into that.
The Spa is amazing. The prices are horrendous so I didn't actually get any treatments but there were lots of happy people in the spa so I'm guessing its worth it! My resort fee with the convention included the use of the gym in the spa - quite well equipped, and you can pay an extra $20 to use the aqua therapy part of the spa - this was probably the best $20 Ive ever spent. I spent three hours on my last afternoon going through the rainforest showers with aromatherapy, sound, light and multiple jets, and the herbal sauna room, and the igloo room, sauna, steam room, and hot tub, then hanging out in the lounge. I was so relaxed I barely made it on the plane! The spa also has a restaurant and the menu looked excellent and quite reasonable for vegas. I didn't get a chance to eat there as it closes at 4 and I was in sessions all day.
The resort fee also includes internet! Yay! I hate paying separately for internet! And it includes parking - I didn't have a car. But if I did I would have appreciated this!
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