$15 million renovation kicks off for The Palazzo’s gaming floor

  • The renovation will see new carpets, new bars, and a rearrangement of the current gaming layout
  • The resort is almost 10 years old and remains one of the most popular on the Strip

The Palazzo integrated resort – a 5-star hotel and casino on the Strip in Las Vegas, NV – is reportedly to undergo a $15 million upgrade to its casino floor.

Having opened toward the end of 2007, the resort is now approaching its tenth birthday. That, coupled with the fact that it very quickly rose to popularity, means that the casino floor of the Palazzo has been graced by its fair share of eager punters over the years.

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Home to 60,000 square feet, upon which stands 139 game tables and 1,038 slot machines, the gaming floor of the Palazzo is vast. It also boasts a number of food and drink outlets and facilities for casino-goers not wishing to gamble.

What will it involve?

Operator Las Vegas Sands is responsible for the casino – as well as its next-door neighbor The Venetian – and it is said that almost $12 million will be spent in the upcoming renovation project. This will cover new flooring options, decorating og walls and ceilings and other aspects of the gaming floor.

The Palazzo will be given brand new stone paths when the project reaches completion, and the current layout of the gaming tables and machines will be rearranged once refurbishment is finished. Two new bars will also be opened on the casino floor of The Palazzo.

One of these will be named The Corner Bar – upon which $1,383,000 is due to be spent to build a room that will seat 84 people across 1,100 square feet – and the other, as yet unnamed, is estimated to cost $1,485,000. Reports suggest that both will play on the lounge theme typically associated with Las Vegas-based casinos.

The Palazzo just so happens to be renovating its impressing casino floor at the same time as MGM Resorts International – another renowned casino operator – is upgrading its Monte Carlo Resort and Casino for an estimated cost of $450 million. When it is completed in late 2018, it will have taken 2 years since it began in 2016.

This project will also see the casino rebranded as Park MGM. It will house 2,700 high-end hotel rooms and will feature European influenced dining facilities and entertainment, as well as casino games.

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