Another Strip property is cutting room availability due to a lack of consumer demand.
Las Vegas Sands Corp., according to a statement from the company, has closed its Palazzo hotel tower, part of its Venetian resort complex, through Dec. 23.
The closure took effect Monday. The move was made to “better reflect occupancy patterns.”
Multiple Strip resort properties have faced lean customer demand this fall as Las Vegas continues to deal with the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
Hotel rooms at the resort’s Venetian tower will continue to be available.
At the Palazzo, most restaurants and bars will remain open, along with its casino, parking garage, and the Grand Canal Shoppes. The casino, though, will have a limited number of available table games, the company said.
Las Vegas Sands announced in July that it would temporarily stop taking weekday reservations for the Palazzo.