The Palazzo and Venetian pool area consists of no less than seven pools and four hot tubs. The surrounding fountains and foliage provide a relaxing retreat that is perfect for families.
All of the pools are outdoors. They range from 1 ½ feet to 4 feet deep. The area is open year-round. Hours are usually from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., but only to 4 p.m. during the winter. One of the pools, the Azure Luxury Pool, is closed during the winter and otherwise open weekends only and is for adults only.
There is ample seating (chairs and chaise lounges) around the pool and even wading lounge chairs, which allow guests to stay cool while soaking up the sun. There are also 41 cabanas surrounding the pool, which guests who want more luxury and privacy can rent. The cabanas include the following amenities:
- 32-inch flat-screen LCD TV
- DVD player
- 2 padded chaise lounges
- Upright chair with ottoman
- Fully stocked refrigerator
- A/C and heating unit
- Personal cabana host
The pool area is wheelchair accessible. Unfortunately, no inner tubes, rafts, or pool toys are available for rental. A seasonal poolside restaurant, Solaro by Wolfgang Puck, is open for breakfast and lunch from March through October.
Carnivale, the resort's primary pool, is family friendliest of all. This oversize behemith of a pool is surrounded by sun worshippers and roman columns. The upsides are beautiful pool, view of the resort and architecture. The downside is the pounding bass from the neighboring adults only pool. But, hey, it's Vegas after all.
Pools at Palazzo and Venetian Details:
Cabana cost: Monday - Thursday from $250. Friday and Sunday from $500. Saturday from $600. Holidays and Peak weekends, $600 per day
Pool hours: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. but depend on season.
Can non-Venetian/Palazzo hotel guests use the pool (day pass): No day passes available
Wave pool: No
Wheelchair accessible:< Yes