Venetian Resort Hotel Casino
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- Venetian Resort Hotel CasinoMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 8
Really nice and a fantastic place simply to walk through and visit if you're staying somewhere else. Location wise it does not get much better than this. You're right in the middle of the strip!Recommended for:
- Venetian Resort Hotel CasinoMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 14
After staying in several affordable hotels in vegas, I'd like to say this is by far my favorite. All the rooms are suites and it's perfect if you're going with a group of friends. No one has to sleep on the floor!
The top 3 reason I like the Venetian:
1.The hotel that is located in the middle of the strip
3. Immaculate (I get paranoid about cleanliness)
The shopping center inside is fun to walk around in. Something about the fake sky and the little canal makes me feel like I'm on vacation mode. The cheesy gondola ride full of tourists amuses me.
The suite includes: 2 comfy queen size beds, 1 pullout bed, 1 nice bathroom (shower and tub) and a mediocre view.Recommended for:
- Venetian Resort Hotel CasinoMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 4
I basically plowed down the Vegas strip, anxiously making my way to the Venetian to see if they'd done my favorite city justice. Turns out, they did! Obviously, it's not as incredible as Venice, but it's pretty cool to see gondolas rowing through the hotel and the ceilings painting like blue Venetian skies.Recommended for:
- Venetian Resort Hotel CasinoMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureLuxury Travelers+ 4
From the moment we stepped into the lobby we were taken aback by how well presented the hotel was, the size of it and the attention to detail. Walking through the hotel its easy to forget your in Las Vegas and not Venice. It is very luxurious indeed, The Doge's Palace, the Campanile, The Bridge of Sighs, the gondoliers make it surreal in the extreme.
The entire hotel keeps to the Venice theme with gondola's running on a canal through the shopping mall, a replica of St Marks square and beautiful paintings on the ceilings. It's classy and elegant and quite literally incredible.Recommended for:
- Venetian Resort Hotel CasinoMember ofFoodiesBusiness TravelersLuxury Travelers
The twin brother, the Reemis to The Palazzos’ Romulus, if you will. These two properties are connected and share the Canal Shops. One of the nicest properties in Las Vegas. The pumped in lavender helps to disperse the cigarette smoke. There is a great selection of restaurants as well. But a word of caution, Gentlemen do not think for one second that you can get out of taking your significant other to the real Venice by going here. Why not stop by and take ride in a gondola. Live it up, you are in Las Vegas for cryin’ out loud!
- Venetian Resort Hotel CasinoMember ofFoodiesBudget TravelersWellnessLuxury Travelers
My days of staying at a cheap $30 a night are over! Previously, my notion of Vegas was to stay at the cheapest hotel then party and eat at the nicer hotels. Spectating hotels and walking the strip is not the same as staying in one. In college, the partying was non stop. so what's the big deal? Why waste money, if you aren't gonna sleep anyways? It's time that we graduated from those days of back breaking beds and smoked up casino air. You should spoil yourself and wake up a king or a queen, not a cheap hooker that smells like smoke.
Last year, I was treated to a suite at The Venetian and it changed my life. Look for weekday promotions!! Last year, we got a special for $129 a night. This year its only about $79 a night. Previously, the best hotel I stayed at was MGM, which is still on of my favorites. Still have Mandalay, Wynn, Caesars Palace and Aria to try out but that's another review. My goal at Venetian was to have a relaxing weekend and not think about work. So I did it right! I started off with early check-in. I didn't know that existed, but glad I got there early so I can enjoy the hotel for an extra 2 hours. I like how the greeter would get our name before check-in so she can formal introduce us to the desk clerk. "Here is Mr. and Mrs. *LASTNAME*" So formal and it made my gf happy because we aren't married.
Entering my room.. I started to do the MTV cribs/ Life styles of the Rich and Famous. Take a lot of pictures and give yourself a tour of the Good Life imagining that this could be a permit thing. Then like a little kid jump on the King Size bed with excitement. Then straight to the tub/jacuzzi for a relaxing bubble bath. Afterward, I put on the robe and gain instant Heff status. Fix yourself a drink and put on a movie or just watch a sports game. RELAX! No running around in the hot summer desert sun. Just relax relax and more relaxation. The tables and slots can wait until later.
I'm not very great at describing the details or decorations. Shopping Malls, art, and an escape from the normal Las Vegas madness. Forget about celebrates and reading great reviews, try it and decided for yourself.Recommended for:
- Venetian Resort Hotel CasinoMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureBackpackers+ 2
This has to have been one of my best experiences in Vegas, period. The Bella suite that the Venetian offers makes the stay in Vegas just all that more top-class. From the gondola rides down in the plaza to the poolside beats of music in the summer, the Venetian is my number 1 destination whenever I head to Vegas.
- Venetian Resort Hotel CasinoMember ofFoodiesOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2
If you are in Vegas, must visit all the hotels there. Walk along the strip at night. Awesome hotel to stay . I love the art works and display. Hope to go back there next year.
Nite is so different from day!
- Venetian Resort Hotel CasinoMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 11
Come to Lost Wages this time of year (June, in a bad economy) and you can get some deals, especially mid-week!
I come to Vegas several times a year, mostly for business (well, you always can mix in some pleasure here in Sin City). So I prefer to go to an off-the-strip hotel, like you might find in every other city.
Why the Hades would I stay at a Courtyard, Embassy Suites or other such businessperson's hotel when I go to Vegas you ask?
Because if you are trying to make business calls, and drive around town as a humble worker bee toiling his trade, you want to be able to get in your hotel and out of your hotel, usually easily and quickly, like you do in Bakersfield, or Missoula, Hackensack or anywhere else Johnny Cash used to sing about. ("I've been everywhere, man!" I can relate!)
So the last thing you want to do is be with the prolitereate masses of rookies, wanabees, country bumpkins, and drunk douchebags, waiting in line for 20 minutes for your Valet car, 20 minutes for your bags, walk through endless casinos that stretch for blocks, and fight through oggling crowds fixated on free shows on Las Vegas Boulevard.
But sometimes you have to make exceptions, like I did today.
The deal:Luxury Suite on the 33rd floor of the Venetian, with oversized bathroom with marble floors and double doors, a separate commode room, large bathtub and separate glass enclosed shower, vanity, his/hers sink, king size bed, 3 flat screen TVs, step down living room with gold sectional couch, large coffee table, desk with fax/printer and WIFI, separate dining table, remote control automated curtains, 2 terry robes, sensor mini-bar, and luxury appointments.
Wait, that's not all!
Add $25 in slot money, complimentary golf club rentals, 50% discount on a round of golf at Bali Hai or Royal Links, 20% off your bill at Restaurant Charlie, 2 for 1 well drinks at Salute in the Palazzo Hotel, and 20% off at the Pinot Brasserie.
Cost on a Thursday night in June?
$300? (WIlliam Shatner scoffs! Go lower, he whispers)
$200? (Bill says, Mamby Pamby! Lower)
$150? (Shatner is asking to be beamed up!)
Try $109. Yup, all that for $109.
And Bill Shatner had nothing to do with it. Neither did Price Line. I just saw their show, Jersey Boys last year, didn't even stay here then (I was at the Embassy Suites!) and they emailed me the special.
Turns out I turned the $25 free slots into $60, took that to the Craps table and turned it into $300. So I came out way ahead.
And instead of seeing businessmen in business casual wear at the Courtyard, there was nothing but lovely women showing a lot of flesh in their little strapless mini-dresses. Las Vegas gives women the excuse to dress like a hooker, and they all do when the sun goes down.
Only problem is, they can't wear that same mini-dress back in Peoria or Poughkeepsie or Petaluma! Not at the local Marriott at least!
Which reminds me, didn't William Shatner play a "Hooker" on TV?Recommended for:
- Venetian Resort Hotel CasinoMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 4
It's worth getting a suite here if you have a group of friends. It's where all the magic happens, you feel like a million bucks staying here, and after all these years, it's still a legit hotel, very classic and the gondolas never get old.
- Venetian Resort Hotel CasinoMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 3
Stayed at a junior suite in Venetian, absolutely gorgeous and ideally located on the strip. The interior or Venetian is magnificent, with Renaissance style art and golden fountains. The shops in the Venetian is dispersed along the beautiful recreation of Venetian river and bridge. Many romantic couples take rides in the boat accompanied by a bowman who sings Italian opera. Venetian is the home of the Las Vegas Phantom of the Opera, I've been to the play twice and it's such a spectacular musical. The hotel rooms (suites) itself is really huge, with a large living room area and 2 flat screen TVs. The Venetian is completely affordable with package deals which usually includes show tickets and suite accommodations. Venetian is also the twin brother of Palazzo, another wonderfully designed hotel. Vegas is one of the best places to stay in luxurious 5 star hotels at a bargain and Venetian is definitely one of the top choices.Recommended for:
- Venetian Resort Hotel CasinoMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 5
I've spent over 200 nights of my life in this luxury hotel. I probably reduced my lifespan by triple that number being in Vegas, but the entertainment and memories were probably 100x.
Sticking to this math theme, let's give you reasons why you should stay here when in Sin City:
Bella Luxury Suites have 2 queen beds, 1 pullout full sized-couch (comfy), and one soft sofa. That means 7 people can sleep comfortably in beds.
Avg price of a Bella on a Fri/Sat is around $270, you can easily find deals online/book early to pay $220-250.
Do the math. It's very affordable and as world-class luxury as you can get.
Not to mention the fun you'll have with friends, the amazing TAO nightclub and TAO Beach at the Venetian, the shopping and feel of Venice, Italy (my favorite city in the entire planet), the great dining options (Grand Luxe, SushiSamba which is connected to Palazzo, Cut, etc.).
5 stars. 10 if i could. 2x the pleasure of a regular hotel.Recommended for:
- Venetian Resort Hotel CasinoMember ofFoodiesOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersFamily Travelers
Never stayed here, but the place looks amazing, really good restaurants and beautiful decorations, don't miss the "moving statues" show they have at the water falls every hour, it is a treat!
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Room Service
- Free Parking
- Swimming Pool
- Data Ports
- TV In Room
- Hair Dryer
- Air Conditioning
- Electronic Room Keys
- In-House Bar
- Video Check Out
- Meeting Rooms
- Clothing Iron
- In-House Dining
- Wake Up Service
- Family Rooms
- Car Rental Desk
- Mini Bar In Room
Excellent!14679 reviews across the web.
- Guests say the hotel is perfect for a romantic getaway.
- Guests think this is a perfect casino hotel.
- Location94% liked the proximity to shopping.
- Room94% thought rooms were spacious.
- Ambiance90% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
- Hotel86% thought it was clean.
- GroundsPool was lovely, according to 75%.
- Hotel Building71% enjoyed the lobby entrance.