The Palazzo is considered as one of the premier local attractions in the heart of Las Vegas. This year, it unveils its new retail concept called "The Atrium".

The Atrium at The Palazzo, a one-of-a kind 16,000-square foot multivendor retail concept, marks the first time Hudson Group has expanded its portfolio to include luxury hotel retail in North America. East Rutherford, N.J.-based retail manager Hudson Group has announced plans to launch its luxury concept the Atrium this October at the Palazzo hotel in Las Vegas.

Hudson Group, an industry leader in travel and airport retail, operates more than 950 stores and has recently expanded its portfolio to include specialty retail, duty-free shops, and cafes. As a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dufry AG, the Hudson Group has more than 330 specialty retail shops in the U.S. and Canada, in addition to more than 52 duty free stores in Chicago, Las Vegas, Seattle, Toronto, and Vancouver, among others.

According to, the 16,000-sq.-ft. store will house accessories, fine jewelry and watches, beauty and fragrances, and liquor. The new concept will join the Grand Canal Shoppes housed on the second floor of the luxury resorts. The Palazzo's first level retail space is home to Barneys New York, Cartier, Kwait, Bulgari and Breguet.

Design elements of the experiential retail space include a curved path that features island vitrines to showcase merchandise, and wavy walls that form dedicated niches for each brand. Brands such as MAC, Tom Ford, Burberry, Dior, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Tumi will be among some of the high-end brands featured.

Undulating walls will partition each brand and create a curved tile pathway for customers. The color scheme is bright white, with a textured gold and black lacquer façade framing floor-to-ceiling glass walls that open directly onto the casino floor for optimal guest engagement and visibility.

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