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LocationLas Vegas - Strip
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 Spa + Fitness
- 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 rating31918 reviews
Beautiful Hotel in the perfect spot on the Strip
Just spent 3 beautiful days celebrating mine and my mom’s birthdays at the Venetian. I got a text message saying that our room was ready before we even arrived (at 10am). If you have the app you don’t even need to get a key. The suites were comfortable. I would have loved a coffee/tea maker in the room but alas they didn’t have any, although the Lux Cafe downstairs in the casino is open 24 hours. The hotel is just beautiful. If I heard correctly, it’s the biggest resort in the world..? It’s definitely pretty huge. I loved everything but especially the Canal and St Mark’s Square. I’d already been on the Gondola ride so I passed this time. I’ve been to the real Venice, so when I read “it’s just like being in Italy”.. umm no. However, it is a beautiful and fun place to visit/stay at, so I highly recommend it. It’s in the perfect spot, surrounded by the other big hotel/casinos. If you stand on the balcony of the Doge Palace, in the evenings, you can see the Mirage volcano show in front. There are 2 Starbucks inside (Venetian and Palazzo) from 6am to 10pm you’re covered. There are many restaurants throughout the hotel as well as a food hall for cheaper eats. On both sides of the hotel you have Walgreens to grab those snacks and waters for the room. Don’t touch the ones in the room. They’re on a weight sensor so if you touch them in any way, you’ll get charged! Check out is at 11am. You can check out at 12pm for free. You can also check out in 2 hour increments paid (e.g. 2pm is $50, 4pm is $75 etc.)
We had the best experience here. We loved the casino, our room was so nice. Only thing that wasn't the best for this time of year (January 2022) was that some places weren't open as long or late as we would've preferred. This hotel was beautiful, security was in all areas, overall great experience.
Time for the Venetian rooms to be upgraded
The Venetian is beautiful! The Gondola ride is beautiful. You feel like you are quite literally in Italy. It was very relaxing To walk through the shops and just sit and admire the scenery. The actual hotel rooms need some upgrading. The bathroom although quite large are outdated. The tub is not jetted, honestly probably just get rid of the tub and go all out with a nice spacious shower with a bench, rain shower, etc. The water pressure wasn’t that great and after a long day of walking the strip you want to take a relaxing shower to wash away the day. I found that there weren’t very many outlets in the room. There was one by the bed, however the way it was situated it was difficult to plug in and then there were the ones at the desk. Just wish they had been more accesible to the bed area. Seems as though the cleaning needs some work. In the living area to our room, there was a pillow that had a white stain all over it. You could clearly see it in the dim lighting of the room!!! You can only imagine what that was!!!! Quite disgusting!!! They definitely should have thrown that pillow away. It really made me doubt all other aspects of the cleaning! There is a well stocked mini fridge, however there is no room for guest to put in any drinks of their own. While walking down the hallways of where our room was located there was a smell. We had mask on, and it was still horrible. On our third night they finally put something in the hallway to pull out the smell. Overall we had a good time at the Venetian, but we could’ve done that while staying somewhere much cleaner and nicer room wise. Definitely time for an upgrade.
Frequent Vegas visitor, but first time staying at the Venetian
My husband and I have been coming to Vegas a couple times a year since 1998. We have stayed at most of the hotels, but had never stayed at the Venetian. Normally, I can get comped rooms (minus resort fee) at Caesars and MGM properties. This time, we decided to spend the extra (alot extra) to stay here. We stayed 3 nights. Sunday -Wed. Our total bill was $706. That included the room, resort fee of $51 per nigh (we used none of the things that covers) $34 per nigh for a high floor upgrade (we were in room 33134), 1 diet coke at $10 as there are no vending machines and we didn't feel like walking down again after we finally got our room. First off - the gal at the front desk acted put out that we were there. Her name was Lori. I told her I had done the online check-in, but the bellman suggested that we let them know we were there. She was the least personable person I have dealt with at a hotel. This was at 0830 and there was nobody in line. We got our room around noon. The rooms are nice and big. They are dark and the furniture is very broken down and needs upgraded. No coffee machine or fridge. Well, there is a fridge full of over priced items. Don't touch or you will be charged. Same with the snacks that are on the top of the tv stand that could easily be bumped. I have to imagine the amount of complaints they get over this cannot be worth having it. It would be better to have vending machines near the ice. I will say, every house keeping staff we encountered were always very friendly! Always said hello when we passed. Overall, it's a nice hotel with lots of restaurants and things to do and see. The elevators were never crowded, so that was nice. The casino isn't huge, so it's easy to get around. Never saw anyone winning anything though. For the price, I would suggest the Cosmopolitan as it's more modern and the rooms have balconies.
It was ok at best....
The resort common areas are set up nice. I enjoyed just walking around the mall area and seeing the beautiful artwork, but the rooms are outdated. Living furniture is lumpy and there are hardly any phone charging stations in the room. The bathroom is spacious but again, outdated. The covid safety is a joke, because you have to wear a mask everywhere, per the governor's mandate, except when you are eating or drinking (which usually happens in large gatherings). Security enforces mask mandates on the casino floor, but if you are smoking or drinking, no worries, covid will wait for you to finish!!!!!