If you're looking for luxury, Las Vegas is definitely the city to be in. However, if you're looking for the I-want-to-pretend-I'm-a-celebrity-and-indulge-in-the-best kind of luxury, then The Palazzo Hotel and Casino is the place for you.As the younger sibling to its sister property, The Venetian, The Palazzo has fully embraced the spoiled youngest child stereotype with posh rooms, upscale dining and high-end shopping.To truly capitalize on the Palazzo's luxury, you'll want to stay in the Prestige Suites -- the exclusive concierge level on the 23rd floor. Here you'll enjoy champagne at check-in, afternoon tea, personal concierge assistance and more. However, if you're saving your dollars, know that the standard room in this all-suite hotel has a minimum of 720-square-feet to make your stay as indulgent as possible. And if a show is on your agenda, you'll be an elevator ride away from the hotel's theater where "Frank - The Man. The Music." plays. Starring impressionist Bob Anderson, the production depicts the legendary entertainer's music from three distinct perspectives -- the recording studio, television specials and personal appearances.Now we get to the good -- we are talking lip-smaking, order seconds good -- stuff. The restaurants at The Palazzo are nothing short of delicious seeing that they originate from the who's who of the culinary world. Take Cut by illustrious chef Wolfgang Puck. This stylish steakhouse offers cutting-edge interior design and a sophisticated menu of the finest prime beef. But that's just the beginning. There's also Carnevino, an Italian-themed steakhouse by Chef Mario Batali, with an international wine list from winemaker Joe Bastianich; Morel's French Steakhouse & Bistro, a contemporary restaurant where traditional French cuisine meets the popular flavors of American cooking. Plus, you can experience an amazing evening of modern Brazilian/Japanese cuisine at SushiSamba or enjoy a delicious specialty hamburger with a variety of unusual toppings at i?burgers.Hungry yet? Hopefully because in addition to the aforementioned, world-class chef Emeril Lagasse opened the elegant Table 10 to showcase his distinctive Creole cooking. But, if you're mood isn't quite feeling a white tablecloth, guests can also check out the laid-back, party atmosphere in his sports bar, Lagasse's Stadium. Here Lagasse combines snack favorites with his bold culinary creations. At Lagasse's Stadium you will also enjoy plush stadium-style seating, skyboxes, an abundance of big-screen TVs, billiard tables and an outdoor patio just steps from the Strip as well.Speaking of casual eateries, check out Grimaldi's, the famous Brooklyn-born, thin-crust pizzeria for an anytime bite or try out the wide selection of breakfast, lunch and dinner items -- along with 20 fantastic desserts -- at the Grand Luxe Café.But wait, there's more! No, not more restaurants (we think The Palazzo covered every dining craving possible), but better yet, the bars.Since no truly epic story ever started with a salad, to get the good times rolling and to make them last, the Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Bar and the Fusion Latin Mixology Bar pour an array of decadent hand-crafted cocktails, beers and wines. In addition to The Salute Lounge, which features high-energy bands, and the Laguna Champagne Bar, which is perfect for more intimate mixing and mingling.And if you are the type who likes to arrive at a destination that will meet all of your requests for an all-encompassing experience, Lavo, a restaurant with a fusion of chic design and signature drinks, is certainly the place to be. Operated by the same people who created Tao Asian Bistro and Nightclub, it offers fine Italian cuisine and a sexy bar vibe. The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian | The Palazzo has bragging rights for bringing Barneys New York to Las Vegas. The 875,000-square-foot Grand Canal-themed mall flows from the indoor canal at The Venetian all of the way to the Waterfall Atrium at The Palazzo and presents shopaholics with an exquisite lineup of approximately 160 upscale fashion, jewelry and lifestyle stores. And if you're one of those who likes to literally shop until you drop, make sure you drop in the vicinity of the hotel's five-acre pool deck. Situated on the fourth floor, the five-acre facility is merged with that of The Venetian. In total, there are seven different pools (including the adults-only Azure Pool), four hot tubs and 41 cabanas. Or guests can seek out a pampering experience at Canyon Ranch SpaClub- A tranquil sanctuary with a sauna, a steam room, more than 80 treatment rooms, a state-of-the-art fitness studio, a 40-foot rock climbing wall and a grill that serves healthy gourmet cuisine… oh there you go, more dining!Since it's adjoined to the gigantic 4,027-room Venetian, anything that's not at The Palazzo is just steps away, like Broadway-caliber shows, including "Rock of Ages."The Palazzo proudly and rolls out all the latest trends in retail, restaurants and luxurious living. Coexisting with Las Vegas' neon displays and non-stop action, guests can revel in it all in their own private room atop one of the city's favorite resorts.