Do not go to Las Vegas with your spouse or girlfriend without staying here. The "suites" are large and romantic with sunken living rooms. The public areas are a replica of Venice, Italy complete with gondolas traveling through faux canals, millions worth of art and marble in the lobby. Shopping mall; 2 Guggenheim museums. Restaurants featuring chefs like Emeril Lagasse and Joachim Splichal. Informercials about the place air more or less continuously on The Travel Channel/The Discovery Channel featuring factoids such as the liquor plumbing system that pipes 40 or so brands of booze to 50 or so bars. The rooms are a very short walk from the parking garage, a plus (but they are a long walk from the registration desk).
Unique Quality: Caveats: Room service is pricey and takes forever (a 19% service charge is included, yet the waiter will grovel for an extra tip -- don't bite). The minibar is similarly pricey and will charge you if you so much as jiggle one of the $3 sodas. There's no buffet, you may wish to eat across the street at the Mirage or Treasure Island. The slot machines were rated last of all Las Vegas casinos in payouts. Unclear how construction of a 2nd room tower (underway) will affect service.
You name it, you got it!!
These are the biggest, swankiest rooms in Las Vegas. If you want to impress someone big put them here. The rooms reek of money. Enter the 650 square feet standard room through a marble foyer to see a sunken living room complete with writing desk, fax machine/copier, 27" TV, game table, an in-room safe, mini-bar and almost enough chairs for a baseball team.
Then, in the bedroom area, there's another big TV, canopied bed and another phone. The bathroom, which is bigger than any I have seen has a huge tub or separate shower.
Chat on another phone while sitting on the can, use the hair dryer, safe or iron. Practically everything stationary is covered in marble or some expensive fabric. The towels were fluffy, so fluffy I couldn't take it home, so big couldn't fit it in my suitcase.
The Venitian Resort Hotel & Casino
Unique Quality: Beautiful pseudo-old world charm. Gondola rides with good looking 'gondoliers' that are trained to speak in an Italian accent. Huge suites. Large pool. C2K (club), Madame Tussaud's...
Unique Quality: I've been to the real Venice and was astonished at the reality of this beautiful casino. The rooms were plush, service impecable, and food fantastic. Our window overlooked a gorgeous pool and I'm sure there is a workout facility, but I never took the time to find it! Some great deals can be found on-line if your schedule is flexible and you can visit during the week.
Another European themed resort, the Venetian.
Not sure, but this place supposedly only has suites of 700 square foot or more.
Unique Quality: You can be romantically sung to by a Gondolier while hundreds of tourists are gawking at you.
My boss also tells me the water is a lot cleaner in these 'canals' as compared to the canals in Venice.
Directions: Across from the Mirage on Las Vegas Blvd North, this resort sits just in front of the Sands Convention Center complex.
Depends. I was there during the off season (November) and I only paid US$119/night. Check out their website for prices and make reservations ahead of time.
Unique Quality: - All-suite hotels with basic 700 sq. ft rooms
THE VENETIAN: 3036 rooms.
Feels like in Venice & indulges in all things romantic. Another grand & elegant hotel along the Strip. One of my favorites.
Directions: Las Vegas Boulevard South, across from the Mirage.
$109 - $399
Unique Quality: The Venetian is the most beautiful hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. It made up to be an exact replica of Venice complete with canals. Arrive early enough and you can take a ride through Venice on a REAL Gondola. And don't think you will ever get tired because your brain will never know when night hits, the sky is completely covered with a dome painted with a vibrant blue sky. Look closely a bird may pass you by.
The Venetian is where I lost my money on the slots. My husband went to a motorcycle show and here I was with nothing to do. I gave it a try and lost all $10. The hotel offers gondola rides through a canal in the building and I should have been in one of those. Just helping the economy.
$109-$399 per night based on double occupancy. Rates change without notice.
Unique Quality: The Venetian offers a taste of Venice, Vegas sytle. With 3036 roooms,each guest room includes a fax machine/printer and each guest receives a welcoming fax with their personal fax number on it. The resort offers many replicas of famous Venetian landmarks including the Doge's Palace, the Rialto Bridge, the Campanile Bell Tower and St. Mark's Square, which is complete with live pigeons.
Shopping in the canal shops is a treat with many shops not found in your local mall. My favorites are Lladro and Mikimoto.
Amenities include: Hair dryers, Irons, Canyon Ranch Spa Club, pool, beauty salon, child care, dry cleaning, and business center.
For the gamblers: 120,000 sq. ft. Casino games include Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Baccarat, Pai Gow, Pai Gow Poker, Caribbean Stud Poker and Let It Ride, Sportsbook, and Keno. 2,500 slot machines, with Megabucks and Super Megabucks.
Ballroom space includes the 85,000 sq. ft. Venetian Ballroom and the 1.7 million sq. ft. Sands Expo convention center.
The Grand Canal Shops are open 10 a.m.-11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday; 10 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday.
The Venetian offers 5 swimming pools for guest to cool off and relax.(very necessary during the summer)
Where to eat at the Venetian: Joachim Splichal's Pinot Brasserie, Emeril Lagasse's Delmonico Steakhouse, The Grand Lux Cafe, Star Canyon by Stephan Pyles, Canaletto, Taqueria Canonita, Zeffirino, Royal Star, Postrio by Wolfgang Puck, Valentino by Piero Selvaggio, The WB Stage 16 and Lutece by Eberhard Muller.
Entertainment:Four lounges featuring live music, Madame Tussaud's Celebrity Encounter wax museum, First-class impressionist André-Philippe Gagnon, Melinda: The First Lady of Magic, The C2K (Carnevale 2000) a 1,400 seat state-of-the-art entertainment venue, the Theaters of Sensation, WB Sound Stage 16 and Gondola Rides located in the Grand Canal Shoppes.
Same as dining options, there are many different options for lodging. You can find many cheesy motels around that are not expensive at all. But, the large hotels on the strip are my favorite. I just had a chance to stay at the Venetian and it was incredible!
According to the Venetian, they are in the Guiness Book of World Records for having the largest 'standard' room. At around 700 square feet, I can see why!
Unique Quality: There was so much detail put into the Venetian, it is really amazing. The marble work on the floor is incredible, frescos on the cieling are amazing.
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Thanks for any information on it, we have a two night stay there.
Excellent choice !! We stayed at the Luxor which was alos great but if I went back iw oudl want to be a t the Venetian. We had luch at an excellent restaurant there. In a typical Venetian Piazza along a canal.
Lucky, lucky you!! The Venetian is hands down my favorite hotel on the strip. Of the newer hotels on the strip, I've stayed at the Paris and the Bellagio and while both were fantastic, my "regular" room at the Venetian made them seem like fancy, overpriced closets.
Marisa (and Dino)
Luxuriously decorated rooms, Vivaldi in the elevators, and a faux canal make this hotel a delightful Las Vegas dream. The pool is AMAZING!! My favorite thing about Vegas - lounging by the enormous pool, sipping frozen drinks.
3752 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas
3960 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
3255 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas
3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
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Address: 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States