Palazzo Sportsbook Review
The Palazzo Las Vegas stands on its own, but it’s actually part of a larger complex with the Venetian. The all-suite hotel, owned and operated by the Las Vegas Sands Corp., is the tallest completed building in Nevada. The $1.6-billion property is located across the street from Treasure Island with the Wynn to the north on Las Vegas Boulevard. The 3,000-room resort opened in December 2007 and houses such attractions at the Grand Canal Shoppes and a Lamborghini dealership.
- Unique sports book stadium, bar and restaurant experience.
- All amenities are luxurious in the resort, including this venue.
- Large couches and plenty of chairs for individuals or parties.
- Poor location situated one level below main casino floor.
- Not open as many hours as most books on the Strip.
- No comps or specials no matter how much you bet.
Lagasse’s Stadium Las Vegas Sportsbook
Looking for a different sports book experience? Bam! You just found it at Lagasse’s Stadium at the Palazzo, which is named after celebrity chef and avid football fan Emeril Lagasse.
This is as close to being at the game as you’re going to get. Unfortunately, the resort planners stuck this venue in the basement of the hotel. It’s one of the most difficult sports books to find, especially for first-time visitors. It’s easier to enter the Stadium off the Strip on Las Vegas Boulevard than it is from the main casino floor.
The Palazzo is a high-end luxury resort. So is its sports book. What sets it apart is the stadium seating in the main section of the venue. Five rows of extensive couch seating are offered here, pillows included. Go ahead, put your feet up.
Palazzo Sportsbook Address
- 3325 South Las Vegas Blvd.
Palazzo Sportsbook Hours
- Mon to Thurs, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Friday, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- Sunday, 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
This area is bordered on both sides by table seating for a large number of people. This level is set at the same height as the top row of the stadium, so viewing one of the many TVs is convenient for everyone.
Betting windows are located at the bottom of the stadium floor. On the main wall is a 16×9-foot projection screen with many more TVs of multiple sizes surrounding it. An odds board display is located to the right of the main viewing area.
There are more than 100 HD televisions with seating for 600 guests in this venue, which is a full-service bar and restaurant. Pub food and drinks are served right to your seat or table. On Monday and Thursday nights during the NFL season, a chef customizes the nightly specials based on that evening’s game.
Lagasse’s Stadium Online Betting
Stadium betting is powered by CG Technology, which offers two mobile apps for wagering. Guests also climb up and down stairs to line up at the many betting stations to play the money line, point spread, over/under, futures, props and in-running wagering on all the major sports.
There are special events and parties offered during big games throughout the year — like March Madness, the Super Bowl or Kentucky Derby. Seats in the tiered viewing area are in big demand for these events. Lagasse’s Stadium also offers a back patio, luxury boxes and private party rooms. Complimentary valet parking is available at the front door of the Palazzo.
However, if you want to just wager with one online provider throughout the year, there are many options available — like Bovada, TopBet and Betonline.