The Venetian



The Venetian is a luxury hotel and casino resort located between Harrah’s and The Palazzo on the east side of the Las Vegas Strip. This hotel & casino is part of the largest five-diamond hotel and resort complex in the world with 4,049 suites, 4,059 hotel rooms, and a 120,000-square-foot casino.

To say the Venetian “has a Venetian theme” would be putting it mildly. This amazing property is complete with frescos, gourmet food, canals, gondolas and strolling performers as well. In addition to an amazing shopping experience, you can take a stroll around and just marvel at the sights. The Venetian is one of the few Las Vegas properties that you can take half a day in, and wander around aimlessly, and still have a blast. The size of the property and the sights/vibe are really like no other hotel on the strip.

At the Venezia Tower, the rooms have large suites that boast incredibly high ceilings, and plenty of luxuries not found in other Vegas hotels. The tower’s 122 Concierge Level suites offer private access to visitors as well. For an “only-in-Las-Vegas” experience, and to do things at a spectacular level, take a trip to The Venetian.

Restaurants at The Venetian:

AquaKnox, B&B Ristorante, Bouchon, Canaletto, Canyon Ranch Café, Delmonico Steakhouse, Enoteca San Marco, Grand Lux Café Venetian, Noodle Asia, Pinot Brasserie, Postrio, Tao Asian Bistro, Taqueria Cañonita, Grill at Valentino, Tintoretto’s, Trattoria Reggiano, Valentino, Riva Poolside and Zeffirino.

Nightlife at The Venetian:

Tao nightclub, Lavo, Sushisamba.

Pool

Three pools, one Jacuzzi, and there’s one pool and three Jacuzzis at the Venezia Tower as well.


Hotel Check-in Time:
3 p.m.
Hotel Check-out Time: 11 a.m.

For more information & reservations, visit Venetian.com

For more on The Venetian, check out these links:

Venetian on Wikipedia, The Venetian on TripAdvisor.com, The Venetian on Yahoo Travel, The Venetian at Vegas.com The Venetian at Expedia

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Photo of The Venetian via Photosfortravel.com,
Second gondola photo via Wikipedia.org