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Las Vegas Sands’ Palazzo hotel tower to halt weekday reservations

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July 13, 2020 By Bailey Schulz

Las Vegas Sands’ Palazzo hotel tower will no longer accept reservations on weekdays, beginning July 21.

The Palazzo, which reopened alongside The Venetian on June 4, will keep “most public areas” open — including most restaurants, the casino, the Grand Canal Shoppes its parking garage, according to Sands spokesman Keith Salwoski.

Salwoski said the operational change comes as a “response to travel demand for the summer … to better reflect occupancy patterns.”

Both The Venetian and Palazzo will accept suite reservations on weekends, with the Palazzo open for Friday check-in and Monday checkout. Weekday reservations are still available at The Venetian’s hotel tower.


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