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Try a taste of Las Vegas’ hottest restaurants at Epicurian Affair

Some of Las Vegas’ best restaurants will offer a taste of their menus at the Las Vegas Epicurian Affair May 23 at The Palazzo. Michelin-starred Chef Daniel Boulud will host the evening’s festivities at the hotel’s pool. The event, sponsored by the Nevada Restaurant Association (NvRA), allows guests to savor…

The whimsical Winter in Venice returns to Las Vegas

There are plenty of things to do on the Las Vegas Strip, but an outdoor winter wonderland — complete with an ice skating rink, festive entertainment and displays — is a whole different story. From Nov. 18 – Jan. 6, 2013, The Venetian and The Palazzo will feature their second annual…

Feast on food and wine this month at The Venetian and The Palazzo

Foodies have reason to rejoice this month as The Venetian and The Palazzo celebrate “Cibo Vino” throughout August. “Cibo” is the Italian word for food — and amazing food and wine are at the center of dozens of events at the resorts, which include chef demonstrations, tastings and unique dinner opportunities. The…

Holiday cocktails in Vegas

While in Vegas this season, you might indulge in an alcoholic beverage with dinner or at a nightclub. But, not just any cocktail will do. Creative infusions, syrups and garnishes have replaced much of the dull vodka cranberry drinks in Vegas. Even lobby bars, center bars and casual-dining restaurants are…

Souvenirs you can eat

By Nikki Neu VEGAS.com You’ve partied at a nightclub, dined on lobster, hailed a taxi to the airport and just caught your plane — and then it hits you — you forgot to get souvenirs. They aren’t necessary, but souvenirs are usually the best way to let someone know: A. You…

Winter in Venice, Vegas style

Even after living half of my life in the desert I still miss my hometown, Seattle. Nothing compares to the winter seasons in the Northwest: The snow. The trees. The cool, crisp air. How can the desert compare to this?  While Vegas doesn’t offer the same atmosphere, my prayers for…

Bar hopping on the Strip has never been easier

A bar hop on the Las Vegas Strip has long been of the impromptu variety. Despite the plethora of watering holes, thirsty patrons are forced to plan their own bar-hopping strategy and pay for drinks at each stop along the way — until now. The Palazzo and the Venetian have…

Vegas Weekender: Vegas is home to great tunes and big laughs

Kung Hei Fat Choy! Vegas has been setting up to celebrate the start of the Chinese New Year next week, with ornate displays throughout some of the city’s nicest resorts, most of which are already on display. Make it a point to take in some of these Chinese-inspired sights during…

Vegas celebrates Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is one of the most important festivities in China and Taiwan and every year, Las Vegas goes all out to help celebrate the holiday. Chinese New Year 2011 (the year of the rabbit) begins on Feb. 3 and lasts for 15 days. Rabbits seem to be multiplying all over…

Let’s talk turkey: Thanksgiving Day in Vegas

By Nikki Neu VEGAS.com Ah, Thanksgiving…I can taste the cranberry sauce already. It wasn’t long ago when we were carving pumpkins and floating ice eyeballs in our punch bowls. Now, we’re turning pumpkins into pumpkin pie and, well, using regular ice cubes in our punch bowls. Actually, strike that. Let…

Palazzo Prestige: The way hotels should be

By Nikki Neu VEGAS.com Enjoying the new Prestige lounge at the Palazzo Las Vegas wasn’t difficult. On my recent stay, (hey, someone has to test the 42-inch plasma TV and electronic draperies in those rooms) I was impressed with the new Prestige Lounge and the long list of complimentary amenities…

The relaxing side of Vegas pool clubs

It doesn’t take a trip to Vegas to realize that a 72-hour party blitz is completely within the realm of possibilities when you spend three days here. Just simply sub in clubs like Tao, Pure, Rain or a number of other ones on Friday and Saturday night, then jump in…

Jersey Boys yesterday and today

Some people have scrap books or photo albums as a time stamp for their memories, but not Bob Gaudio. He gets to watch part of his life played out in the large-scale musical production “Jersey Boys.” “To see the show in Vegas in a fantastic theater is really a big…

Chinese New Year – Vegas style

In Vegas, we go all out for everything. And while we’re not in China, we sure celebrate like we are! Below are events for Chinese New Year (Year of the Tiger) you don’t want to miss. Palazzo and Venetian The Palazzo and Venetian celebrate Chinese New Year and the Year of…

Bear-y spectacular floral displays

How can you not love polar bears? They’re cute, cuddly and so good with their cubs. But with us, they might be a little too aggressive. Luckily the bears at the Palazzo and Bellagio don’t bite. The Palazzo celebrates the holiday season with its Arctic-inspired winter wonderland display. The seasonal…

Fall fairy tale at the Palazzo

During  your next shopping trip in Vegas, stop by and see the gorgeous garden at The Shoppes at The Palazzo. When I first saw this enchanting, brilliantly-colored display, I felt I was in the middle of a fairy tale. Perhaps it’s the swirling, hand-sculpted 80-foot vine with copper leaves and hand-painted pumpkin blossoms. Or…

Booking it: Bauman Rare Books gives depth to mall

Bauman Rare Books is a rare find indeed. Located in the Shoppes at Palazzo and nestled between high-end clothing designers, Bauman Rare Books stands out as the not-so-token intellectual establishment. The library-like feel can be a bit intimidating at first. But once inside, friendly and highly knowledgeable staff can help…

A pedicure fit for a princess

Sizzling sun. Night out on the town. These reasons alone call for cute sandals and killer heels. But what good are open-toed shoes without the perfect pedicure? At Canyon Ranch SpaClub at Palazzo and Venetian, not only can you treat yourself to a divine pedicure treatment, but you get to…