Las Vegas, NV
Ryan Gobuty / Anthony Mair
On a perimeter corner of the Palazzo gaming floor, Rosina provides a chic hideaway for discrete drinks. Guests may imagine that they have been transported to the bar car of yesteryear’s elegant railway line with streamlined curves and delicate appointments. They select their seat to reflect their mood, whether it be the middle section’s barstools at the counter or high tables, or lower lounge seating under the chandeliers that literally drip with crystals, tucked in the front bay window. For a more intimate experience they can choose the horseshoe banquettes at either end of the room, but they must time it right as seating is limited.