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LocationLas Vegas - Strip
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General policies & fine print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization upon check-in for incidentals, this will place a hold on your funds. If you don’t provide a credit/debit card, a cash deposit is required upon check-in for incidentals.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Room taxes are included in vacation price.
Resort Fee- A mandatory hotel-imposed fee is charged and collected by the hotel either at check-in or check-out.
Mandatory hotel-imposed fee inclusions:
- Access for two to the fitness facility within the Canyon Ranch SpaClub®
- In-suite internet access (Wi-Fi or Ethernet)
- Boarding pass printing
- Unlimited local and toll-free calls
- Daily newspaper
The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel-imposed fees may not include tax and are subject to change. The hotel can provide current fee and inclusions upon guest check-in.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
- Early Departure Penalty: 1 Night Applies: Sunday - Saturday 01Jan15 - 31Dec50
- No Show Penalty: 1 Night Applies: Sunday - Saturday 01Jan15 - 31Dec50
Ratings & reviews
TripAdvisor traveler rating30458 reviews
I comment for the Venetian plaza
I didn't stay there, but the Venetian plaza is so beautiful, it has an artificial indoor blue sky in the plaza, together with the Venetian style buildings and the canal, makes the whole environment very beautiful, I love that plaza, you can get a ride for the Gondola, there are both indoor and outdoor canal, but they are not connected to each other, so you either ride the Gondola indoor or outdoor, but of course you can try both if you pay the money again. There are musicians to perform in the central space of the plaza, you can dining there while enjoying the musicians performance. It also provided free parking, so you can tour adjacent places by parking the car there.
A Lovely June Business Stay
A Lovely June Business Stay I had not stayed at The Venetian, in several years, but had stayed in the attached Palazzo a couple of times fairly recently. My wife had stayed at The Venetian, but for quick overnights, for business meetings. So, our June stay (also for business meetings) was almost like going to a completely new property for me. We arrived from Phoenix, via Los Angeles, mid-afternoon, and while my wife headed to her first meeting, I checked in, and was assigned Room 27-225 in the main tower of The Venetian. This room is what I would refer to as a “mini-suite,” in that it had a separate living room area, the bedroom and then a separate bathroom. However, the living room and bedroom are separated by a banister/railing, and not a wall. The livingroom area is also differentiated by a couple of steps - so a “sunken” livingroom. It was very comfortable, as was the King bed. While not as spacious as many suites, in which we have stayed, it was certainly comfortable. The décor, while more ornate than is my taste, was nice, with lots of dusty-rose tones, muted beige panels, with elements of purple, and trimming in gold here and there - ornate, but tasteful. Most of the wall panels had a nice framing, as did the ceiling - an elegant touch, that would likely not go unnoticed. We had a low bench at the foot of the bed, which I worried might be a “toe-stubber,” at night, but it never was an issue. The sunken living room had ample chairs, a sofa, tables and lamps, a chest-of-draws w/ large, flat-screen TV and the mini-bar, a small round dining table w/ 3 chairs and a small desk, and then the bedroom had that King bed, lamps, a chest-of-drawers and a large, flat-screen TV. One possible drawback could be that if one in the party was sleeping, and the other wished to watch TV in the living room area, with no separating walls, that could pose a problem. The bathroom, while not really spacious, was adequately roomy, with a double-sink in a large vanity, a soaking tub and walk-in shower, plus a little make-up area w/ lighted make-up mirror. It also had a small TV. Very nicely appointed. It had a full compliment of amenities, and lots of soft towels. The toilet was in a separate room, with a full door. We did not use the soaking tub, but the walk-in shower had a good spread on the head, and we had adequate water pressure, and plenty of hot water, at most times of the day. We had an adequately large closet, with iron and ironing board, which was large enough for our several days of business clothing. We had two nice bathrobes in the closet, and there was a vertical safe. Now, with all of the various devices, such as laptops, iPads, and the like, the vertical safe is not my favorite, as things must be stood upright, and stacked against the rear of the safe. That does not leave much room for other items on the narrow bottom of the unit. However, I am not sure how many folk are staying this mini-suite, who are in Las Vegas for work, so not sure how many devices they would need to place in the safe - for us, a horizontal, and lighted safe, is the much better option. I tend to see the vertical units more in older hotels, where the safe was a recent addition. The Venetian, and its Siamese-twin, Palazzo, are new enough, that I would have thought that the safe could be included in construction, and that a horizontal version could have been provided somewhere? We had a clock w/ 2 USB charging ports on top, and a stocked mini-fridge, plus a small snack/water tray. I did not use the mini-fridge, and never noticed the prices for the items in it. We had adequate AC/USB outlets, for charging devices, but unlike many room in specifically “business hotels,” not as many as we often see nowadays. Still, adequate for our needs. There were two multi-line telephones, and one had a cordless handset. The draperies, and sheers were automated, with convenient controls mounted on the wall, in two locations - near the bed, and in the living room area. We had two thermostats, which kept the room very comfortable, for the entire stay. In many ways, the Venetian/Palazzo complex reminds me of the Encore/Wynn, in that the two hotels are joined - Venetian/Palazzo at the torso, while Encore/Wynn at the hip. Walking the Venetian/Palazzo property, I was totally unaware of exactly which hotel I was ever in. Yes, there were signs, but the general motif was so similar, that I had to keep referring to my resort map - not that it made any difference, which hotel I was officially in, at any moment. It is the exact same thing for me, when at the Encore/Wynn - I never know exactly where I am, and really do not care. If you were to ask me which hotel, Venetian, or Palazzo, a certain restaurant was located, I would have to just flip a coin - it does not matter, unless one is deeply into geographic minutiae. I roamed the two properties, taking it all in. Since my last visit, several of the retailers in the shopping area, and restaurants throughout the properties had changed, but the look, and the feel was the same - Venice, Italy - even down to the Grand Canal, which is both inside, as well as outside, with gondola rides. Due to the architectural design, the projected images on the ceiling, and the overall lighting scheme, it was often difficult to know whether one was still inside, or had stepped beyond the boundaries and had gone outside - except for the Spring heat in the outside. The illusion was very well done. I almost thought I needed sun screen, when inside, due to the realism of the daytime effect. Now, this sprawling complex had everything I could imagine in the way of retail, and dining - little logo shops, to high-end jewelers; ice cream shops, art galleries, boutiques, to fine-dining - everything, all under one, contiguous roof, and much of it in the Grand Canal Shoppes. Before I even went outside, or onto The Strip, I had probably done 5 miles, with few backtracks. Because of the size, and the layout, I do recommend picking up a resort map, as one’s first stop at registration - it will be needed. In my case, I seldom had any place, which I was headed to, but instead, I just roamed and took it all in. During this stay, I had dinner at two on-property restaurants, SushiSamba, Morel’s and Bouchon, while my poor wife was in dinner meetings. However, she did get to join me for wine, one night. I also spent quality-time, having wine, and breakfast, or lunch, at several other on-property restaurants. I probably did not leave the property, until the second day of our stay, and was never bored. During our stay, the Venetian Pool was being completely redone - it was a major construction site. The Palazzo Pool was open to guests in both hotels, but I never had time to visit. I will be interested in seeing the Venetian Pool, when we have a return trip, as it appeared to be a major renovation. During our stay, I did take advantage of the Canyon Ranch Spa at the Venetian, and had a great massage - too bad that my wife was in meetings, as we normally do a couples’ massage, but that would have to wait, until we got to Dallas, in a few days. Every member of the staff, with whom we had any dealings, was very good - pleasant, helpful, welcoming and professional. I find that to not always be the case in Las Vegas, and especially at some of the mega-resorts. Very nice folk. I will return to the Venetian, whenever my wife’s meetings take me there. It was a very good stay.
go and try the lobster sandwhich @ lobster me-its so good and reasonable price.You can find some other fast food like panda express for chinese food,johnny rockets for hamburgers.you can have a buffet in venetian at 18,50 per person,
Third visit, starting to look tired
Service slick, rooms looking slightly tired. Good location fro all of Las Vegas. Rooms big and well laid out, with comfortable beds and excellent bathrooms. Will retrun when Las Vegas opens again this was one of the last hotels to close.
Don't stay here
Rooms may be large but are old fashioned who has a dressing table in the bathroom? I trying to do hair and makeup and this means my friend has to wait to use the shower/bath and toilet as all in the same space - bad design. Rooms are very dark. Don't touch the 'mini bar fridge' I mean don't put a finger on it otherwise you get charged for drinks you haven't had. No tea/coffee making facilities. On checking out tried to overcharge us the receptionist was rude and totally unhelpful eventually got the charge removed. Now back home just checked credit card bill they had charged for something else never contacted me just charged unacceptable it is a crime.