Discounted Stay at The Palazzo and the Venetian in Las Vegas

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Today’s Daily Getaway promotion is offering a fixed rate at The Palazzo and The Venetian hotels in Las Vegas. I absolutely love both of these hotels and have stayed there quite a bit over the years. With this offer you can purchase:

  • 3 nights in a Siena Suite at The Palazzo for $850 (20 available)
  • 3 nights in a Piazza Suite at The Venetian for $650 (30 available)

This means you are paying about $283/night for a Suite at The Palazzo and $216/night for a Suite at The Venetian. This is actually one of the only deals were the price decreased from last year! I personally would not pay that amount to stay at either of these hotels, since you can often stay for well less. But, if you are looking to stay at one of their massive suites than this is a great deal. Although, I personally already think their rooms are large enough! Remember, this offer includes tax and the daily resort fee ($40/night) so take that into consideration as well when you are comparing prices. If you are looking to go during a peak time, then you might see that these rates are actually quite a deal.

These certificates expire March 31, 2019 and the terms state that blackout dates do apply (although the specific dates are not listed). If you are interested in this deal, I suggest calling the hotel ASAP to inquire about the blackout dates.

This deal will go on sale at 1pm EST TODAY Friday May 4, 2018. Availability is limited, but I am not quite sure how quickly they will sell out. Either way, I suggest getting to your computer a few minutes early if you plan on purchasing this deal.

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