Like a trip both back in time and into 21st century architecture, the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino epitomizes modern, classic hospitality. It bustles with the designs of several timeless works of building art, including Plazza San Marco, the Lion of Venice Column, the Column of Saint Theodore, the Rialto Bridge, St. Mark’s Campanile, and Palazzo Ducale. Each of these is painstakingly replicated to provide guests with an instant trip to another land.
The Venetian offers suites spanning 650 square feet, giving guests a bird’s eye view of the Vegas skyline. Its suites are almost twice the size of the average Vegas hotel room, and the attention to detail is impactful. Each feature is designed to provide guests an ideal capstone to their Vegas experience.
As the night begins, guests have several dining options, each with its own sense of style. Slip into the Dorsey, a 360 degree lounge featuring signature cocktails to start the evening off right. Or go down to Rosina for a more classic cocktail or a fine wine.
When it comes to fun, there’s no need to leave The Venetian. The Human Nature Jukebox has a variety of entertainment to meet the needs of several different age groups.
The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino is tailor made to provide guests with an all-encompassing experience with all the trimmings. Each guest is the center of attention of its well-catered hospitality and superlative charm. It’s a trip not just to Vegas, but to Italy, and beyond.
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Cons:No resort fee
Cons:Palazzo pool was overcrowded
Cons:Restaurants were hit and miss and over priced.
|Check in anytime after 15:00, check out anytime before 11:00|
|Cancellation/prepayment policies vary by room type and provider.|
The Electra Cocktail Club focuses on creating innovative handcrafted cocktails, and its open floor plan makes it easy to dance and enjoy the nightly DJs. The Venetian Resort Las Vegas is also home to the TAO Nightclub, a 10,000 sq ft bar that directly overlooks the Las Vegas Strip and contains state-of-the-art lighting and audio systems. You can purchase packages for this club that provide you with dinner at the TAO Asian Bistro, free admission to the bar, and a bottle of your choice of liquor.
To purchase summer clothes and accessories, such as swimwear, hats, and sunglasses, go to the Pool Shop, a chic boutique that is known for being particularly stylish. The Venetian Resort Las Vegas is also home to the Atrium, a luxury area that is comprised of over 100,000 sq ft and features high-end stores selling clothing, fragrances, accessories, and liquor. If you would like to purchase a souvenir to remember your time at the hotel, there is also the Emporio D’Gondola, a shop that sells items related to the famous indoor Gondola Ride.
The Bella Suite is a chic option that is composed of approximately 700 sq ft and has two queen-size beds, a separate living room, and an all-marble bathroom. The Venetian Resort Las Vegas also has the Piazza Suite, which is a luxurious choice that has one king-size bed, a powder room, and its own private wet bar. For a room that has a particularly spacious living area, select the Prima Suite, which also has a king-size bed, a full-size bar, and a comfortable work desk.
The Venetian Resort Las Vegas is famous for its indoor Grand Canal which features gondola rides that allow guests to float by cafes, under bridges, and through intricately decorated tunnels that are meant to look like the originals in Venice, Italy. There is also the minus5º Ice Experience which is a unique winter wonderland that provides visitors with warm clothing and has light shows, a bar that serves drinks in glasses made from ice, and hand carved ice sculptures.
If you will be traveling from McCarran International Airport to The Venetian Resort Las Vegas in a rental car, the trip will take you between 10 to 15m. For those planning on using public transportation, you can take the 108 and SDX bus lines, which takes 35 to 45m and costs $2 per each one-way ticket. To use a ridesharing service, like Uber or Lyft, the fare will be approximately $16 for a standard private vehicle and approximately $35 for a large SUV that can fit between four to six passengers. It is also possible to grab a taxi directly outside of the airport’s Arrivals terminal. (Prices checked 05/05/19).
The Venetian is located at 3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South in The Strip, 6.6 km from the center of Las Vegas. Madame Tussauds is the closest landmark to The Venetian.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Venetian.
Yes, The Venetian offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, The Venetian offers free parking.
No, The Venetian does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Venetian is 4.5 km from Las Vegas McCarran. The Venetian is 34.2 km from Las Vegas Boulder City.
Yes, The Venetian has a pool onsite.