LAS VEGAS, NV - The Palazzo captures audiences with The Living Garden, a unique entertainment experience. Combining the beauty of nature, classical music and graceful choreography, the awe- inspiring
daily performances at The Palazzo are a must-see attraction for visitors and guests alike (Photo credit: 2nd Nature Productions, Inc.).
Featuring three statue-like female performers adorned with elaborate make-up and incredible costumes, the entertainment experience begins with a procession to the base of the cascading waterfall inside The Palazzo, where the elegant transformation from statue to living fountain evolves. Observe the characters perform in the waterfall fountain, moving in a carefully choreographed dance of life, drama and true beauty. Delicate jets of water appear from their fingertips as a shimmering halo cascades from the crowns of their heads. Following the expressive display which lasts the course of three pieces of beautiful music, the performers exit the waterfall and pose for photographs with the audience. They then proceed in a procession to the second floor and enter The Shoppes at The Palazzo, where they are greeted by two living vine characters. These stunning, mysterious female vines stand over nine feet tall, as they interact with shoppers and guests, posing for photos, teasing the crowd and moving with acrobatic grace and flexibility. The vines journey throughout The Shoppes at The Palazzo in a playful routine of duality and intrigue.
As seen before at botanical gardens, zoos, theme parks, as well as prestigious celebrations including The Grammy Awards show, The Living Garden adds a fantasy-like aura to the surroundings. Eye-catching and breath-taking, The Living Garden brings a one-of-a-kind entertainment concept to the sophisticated and luxurious ambiance of The Palazzo.
The Living Garden complimentary performance schedule is daily, Sunday – Saturday at 12:00pm, 1:30pm, 3:00pm, 4:30pm, 6:00pm beginning at the cascading waterfall at The Palazzo and continuing to the second level of The Shoppes of The Palazzo near Chloe and Piazza Sempione.
|The Palazzo’s 105,000 square-foot casino houses more than 120 table games and nearly 1,400 slot, video poker and reel machines. The Palazzo offers a wide variety of table games and slot machines for players to enjoy including but not limited to: Pai Gow poker, Pai Gow tiles, Let it Ride, Spanish 21, Wheel of Fortune, Mega Bucks and Millionaire 7’s. There are 3,066 suites in The Palazzo starting at 700-square-foot accommodations that include private bedchamber; sunken living room; remote-controlled Roman shades and curtains; two 32” flat screen televisions; 17” LCD television in the bathroom; an extra-large 130 square-foot bathroom finished in Italian marble; wireless high-speed internet; in-suite safe and a personal fax, printer and copier. The suites of The Palazzo range from 10,000+ square-foot poolside mansions to the 700-square-foot Luxury Suite, which is nearly two times larger than the standard Las Vegas hotel room. Dining features CarneVino by Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich, Table 10 by Emeril Lagasse, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, Restaurant Charlie by Charlie Trotter, Dos Caminos by Scott Linquist, SUSHISAMBA by Jose Mendin, Mainland by Hisham Johari, Grand Lux Café from the creators of The Cheesecake Factory, Jade by Simon To, Dal Toro by Fiorenzo Trunzo, Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro by Eric Bauer, Solaro by Wolfgang Puck and Woo by Ming See Woo and Peter Woo.|
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