Daily Getaways Day 14 (Thursday): The Palazzo and The Venetian

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Another day, another Daily Getaways deal!  Today brings us back to Vegas, and more specifically to The Venetian and Palazzo.  These deals don’t include the “bells and whistles” that several of the other Vegas deals have included.  These deals just include the rooms, or in this case, suites.

Two nights in a Piazza View Suite at The Venetian for $540 (50 available) 

The Venetian website describes this suite in the following way:

  • Approximately 1,400 square feet
  • A double-door entrance with an Italian marble foyer
  • Powder room off the entryway
  • Plush king-sized pillow-top bed
  • Egyptian cotton sheets
  • A 400-count wool throws
  • 32″ flat-screen LCD HDTV
  • 42” flat-screen plasma HDTV
  • A complete wet bar
  • Oversized coffee table and ottoman
  • Dining table that seats three
  • Full-sized sofa-sleeper (upon availability)
  • Semi-formal dining area that seats four
  • Private work area which includes:
  • – A dual-line telephone- Wireless high-speed Internet access

  • 170-square-foot bathroom
  • Jetted tub with separate glass-enclosed shower
  • An adjacent water closet with telephone
  • Double-sink vanity
  • 17” LCD HDTV
  • DVD player
  • CD player/alarm clock
  • Remote-controlled Roman shades and curtains
  • Fully-stocked refreshment center
  • In-suite safe

My very unscientific search saw this suite going for around $400 per night for two nights in June, so if that is fairly representative of how much this suite often goes for, then $540 for two nights (or less than $500 night with an Amex card) is a pretty good deal if you were looking to stay in that suite.

Two consecutive nights in a Siena Suite at The Palazzo Resort $680 (43 available)

The Palazzo website describes the suite like this:

  • Approximately 1,283-square-foot suite
  • Double-door entrance with an Italian marble foyer
  • Powder room off the entryway
  • Bed chamber contains a plush king-sized pillow-top bed
  • Egyptian cotton sheets
  • A 400-count wool throw
  • 42” flat-screen plasma HDTV
  • Separate living room
  • 32″ flat-screen LCD HDTV
  • Dining table that seats four
  • Oversized coffee table and ottoman
  • L-shaped full-sized sofa-sleeper
  • The private work area includes:
    -Dual-line telephone
    -Wireless high-speed Internet access
  • 130-square-foot bathroom features a 20” LCD HDTV
  • Jetted tub
  • Separate glass-enclosed shower
  • An adjacent water closet with telephone
  • Double-sink vanity
  • DVD player
  • CD player/alarm clock
  • Remote-controlled Roman shades and curtains
  • Fully-stocked refreshment center
  • In-suite safe

My equally unscientific search for prices for this suite for two nights in June came in around $540 each night, so $680 for two nights ($612 with the Amex discount) seems to be a pretty good deal if you were looking to stay in this suite.

Here are the terms and conditions for both of the deals:

  • Max Quantity per Purchase: 1
  • Valid through April 1, 2013. Blackout dates may apply.
  • 2 consecutive nights in the suite. Double occupancy (added charges may apply for additional guests.) Includes room, tax and resort fee.
  • Hotel reserves the right to restrict this offer for certain days, weeks, or seasons without notice.
  • Certificate valid for two consecutive night stay.
  • Offer is not valid for group bookings or for existing reservations.
  • Advance reservations are required.
  • Certificate cannot be extended, non-refundable, non-replaceable, non-transferable, non-negotiable, may not be used in conjunction with any other discount, promotion or offer or redeemed for cash.

Bottom line for this one is these prices seem to be pretty fair if you were looking to stay in these suites already, but if you are just looking for a basic room in Vegas, then you will certainly find better deals elsewhere.  That said, I know my parents speak very highly of The Venetian, so enjoy if you do decide to purchase one of these deals!  The sale starts at 1PM Eastern on the Daily Getaways website.

Comments

  1. The Palazzo is our favorite place to stay when we go to Vegas (once or twice a year) but we stay in a Luxury Suite with a View. We always stay 4 nights, wouldn’t want to go for any less than 4 nights flying from the east coast. We can usually find a deal for about $550-$775 for 4 nights in Luxury Suite which is plenty nice. I think I would pass on this deal because of the chance of “blackout dates” and the two night restriction. Smartertravel.com has some good rates for this hotel. Also, if you have a players card for the hotel, you can score some very good rates.

  2. I haven’t stayed at the Palazzo yet, but intend to later this year when I’m in Vegas. I’m not going for the deal and will book the a best available rate and see how I fare hoping for an upgrade from IC Ambassador status.

    Probably just the fact that the deal is still available at 1:50pm is a good indicator that the value isn’t really there.

  3. I bought this last year. It was $373.50 for the Venetian suite and $405 for the Palazzo suite back then. This year’s deal is still decent for a suite but my guess it won’t sell it out this year. It was slow to sell out last year, too.

    I did not run into any blackout problems when booking it. They even granted me a small extension on the deadline. I am booked for a trip a couple months away using these, so I will be too late to report.

  4. My previous stay in the Palazzo convinced me not to purchase these deals. The basic room at the Palazzo is 700 sq ft – more than enough space even for a family of four.

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