An evening at the sumptuous nightclub and restaurant Lavo, inside the >Palazzo Hotel, promises to be an evening spent in the utmost class and elegance. Modeled after Moroccan and European bathhouses, Lavo has a luxurious, sophisticated vibe. The walls are upholstered with a rich leather, the magnificent ceiling features Royal Moroccan chandeliers, and the floors are adorned with ornate tile work. As in the typical bathhouse fashion, paintings of nude women line the walls, and unique water features flaunt the miracle of water appearing in the desert of Las Vegas.
Lavo is similar to the popular restaurant and nightclub, TAO, which is located inside the Venetian, in that you can spent the entire evening at the same venue. Many of Lavo’s guests start downstairs in their signature restaurant which serves Italian cuisine--people praise their prime steaks and the spaghetti with Kobe meatballs endlessly. The restaurant has outdoor seating available on Lavo’s fantastic terrace which overlooks The Strip. Then, after a wonderful meal, guests can move upstairs to dance. Lavo plays a mix of mainly hip hop with some house and Top 40 mixed in.
When you order a bottle of Dom Perignon at Lavo, the premier nightclub in the Palazzo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, a man in a superman costume flies to your table to serve the bottle while the Superman Theme plays. Because of its unique brand of luxury, Lavo is a place that’s often filled with celebrities, and it was the spot that Joaquin Phoenix selected for his rap performance for the film “I’m Still Here.” Lavo’s intimate space is surprisingly comfortable featuring a large bar that guarantees that there won’t long wait for drinks and excellent service that ensures short lines at the door. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, doors open at 11 p.m., and on Saturday and Sunday, doors open at 10:30 p.m. Sunday is a great night to visit Lavo for their infamous VICE Sundays party with DJ Vice.