The Venetian Resort Hotel

 
90% love it
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Venice in the desert
Typical Vegas luxury and grandeur make the Venetian a serious contender when sorting through the area's hotel options.

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    • Deafblk
      Deafblk Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Beautiful and Elegant Italian Hotel..
      I really enjoyed to stayed in this hotel..It is so beautiful and elegant .. Make you feel that you are in Italy .. This is my second time to stay .. They are gay friendly .. I will go back next summer .. I love it .. This is the best hotel I ever seen. Oh by the way every rooms have suite ... WOW..

    • carlosmelia
      carlosmelia Over a year ago
      Hates it

      The Venetian Resort & Casino
      Last week during my stay in Las Vegas for the YLC 2013 Conference and the LTX 2013 Convention, I was hosted at The Venetian Resort & Casino. Reviewing and experiencing hotels in Las Vegas, is always a daunting task, due to the size and number of outlets, attractions and restaurants within each property. So I decided to keep it simple and to just comment on what I’ve got to experience and see. Since I was busy with the convention and conference, I was not able to enjoy much of the resort, featuring signature Canyon Ranch SpaClub, Venetian Pool Deck (which I tried but it was way too overcrowded for my taste), and the TAO Beach. Let’s say that all I got to experience, was my suite on The Venetian Tower, a few of their restaurants, their featured show Rock of Ages and some strolls along the streets of Venice (which by the way were dry!!!). I was hosted at a Suite at The Venetian Tower. 36-story four-stats resort, The Venetian features all suites accommodation, I would say being the biggest entry level suites in The Strip. I was very happy with my suite, although of course, me being me, I would have preferred to stay at their Palazzo Tower. I was hosted (video above) at a Luxury King Suite - 650 square feet - Roman tub, plush king-sized bed with Egyptian cotton sheets to the sunken living area complete with HD TVs and plush furnishings. My concerns with this suite were: Lightning concept: I could not see anything. Low lights, I assume to save energy. Color Palette: too rustic, sad and outdated to my own taste. You can pretend to be in a Tuscan Villa, but even those have been refurbished. Bathroom amenities were a total disappointment for such an all-suite property. Unfortunately I was never able to see the suites at The Palazzo Tower, but I heard great things about them. TIP. !!! If you go Palazzo, the way to go is PRESTIGE. You will thank me. As for my gourmet experiences within The Venetian Resort, I must highlight three of them. Pinot Brasserie, located on the Restaurant Row. Classic French bistro fare with a West Coast accent, by celebrity chef Joachim Splichal. Intimate setting, exquisite cuisine. More @ CarlosMeliaBlog.com

    • angiesbro73
      angiesbro73 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      la dolce vita
      fun to walk around inside and see the faux venetian decor..its also one of the largest hotels in the world

    • swflorida
      swflorida Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Take a trip in a gondola!
      I have stayed here several times. There are no rooms, the entire hotel its suites only. The lobbies are gorgeous! The hotel mall is wonderful to walk at. Make sure you take the gondolas inside the mall, they are better than the ones outside the hotel. You hvae to ask the gondolieri to sing and he will, otherwise, he wont. To save money, you can go across the street to the Fashion mall and eat there.

    • eacoope
      eacoope Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Blue man shoe
      Very loud but good quirky

    • BBUC
      BBUC Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Luxury at a reasonable price.
      The Venetian and sister hotel The Palazzo are two of the finest hotel/resorts on the strip, all the rooms are suites and with all the goings on inside you never have to set a foot outside. There's plenty of things to do whether it be shopping, gambling, go to the theatre, eating at one of the finest restaurants, its all here. Highly recommend staying at either property.