For a truly unforgettable stay during your next trip to Las Vegas, consider booking a suite at the Venetian Hotel, one of the most iconic resorts on the Las Vegas Strip. Designed to replicate the Old World charm and romantic sensibility of its Italian namesake, the Venetian Las Vegas spares no expense in creating an opulent experience that will overwhelm all of your senses.
After days of enjoying sumptuous meals at its renowned restaurants, browsing its luxury boutiques and relaxing by the sparkling waters of its pools, every guest is sure to leave the Venetian Hotel Las Vegas feeling like a million bucks.
First Takes of the Venetian Las Vegas
The gleaming, 475-foot exterior of the Venetian Las Vegas creates an imposing presence, even amid the luxury high-rises and sparkling endless lights of the city. On a lake in front of the resort, gondolas glide along the water, allowing guests to take in the sights and sounds of the Strip.
As soon as you enter the Venetian, you’ll be transported into a Renaissance-era Italian palace, with gleaming marble floors flanked by stately columns, sculpted frescoes and gilded accents. Look up and you’ll see the intricate murals painted on the ceilings, calling to mind Michelangelo’s masterpieces. In the lifelike replica of St. Mark’s Chapel, you’ll encounter characters in Renaissance-style costumes who will entertain you with singing, mime performances, jester’s antics and more.
Just west of the lobby you’ll find the Venetian Casino, which features a wide range of games and slots in a sweeping, elegant setting. Show off your skills in the Poker Room and High-Limit Table Salon or test your luck on the high-limit slots. If sports betting is your style, head over to the Race and Sports Book.
There’s a restaurant to satisfy every craving inside the Venetian Hotel Las Vegas, from high-end formal dining and indulgent desserts to freshly-squeezed juices and smoothies.
In the Food Court, located just off the lobby, you can grab a quick bite at Eat’s Italian, Tacos and Ritas, San Gennaro Burger or Pizzeria da Enzo. Just past the casino, Restaurant Row is lined with culinary jewels like Emeril Lagasse’s Cajun-influenced Delmonico Steakhouse, Wolfgang Puck’s CUT steakhouse, the acclaimed Sugarcane Raw Bar and Grill and the upscale fusion of TAO Asian Bistro—just to name a few.
If you’re in the mood for a sweet treat, be sure to stop by Carlo’s Bakery, operated by the beloved star of the hit TLC show “Cake Boss.” And no stay at the Venetian Las Vegas would be complete without a sumptuous brunch at Bouchon, established by acclaimed chef Thomas Keller—just be sure to make a reservation to secure your spot.
Shop till you drop at the 160 stores of the Venetian Hotel Las Vegas’ luxury mall. Browse through the high fashion at French clothier Villebrequin, pick up a new purse at Coach or Louis Vuitton or treat yourself to posh body products at Nectar Bath Treats.
In addition to dozens of well-known brands, you’ll also find unique treasures at specialty retailers like Houdini’s Magic Shop, Art of Venice and Dandelion Chocolate.
You’ll never be bored at the Venetian Hotel Las Vegas, which features a half-dozen high-end bars and lounges, including the library-themed Dorsey Cocktail Bar, where French oak and brass accents create a refined atmosphere that helped earn it the title of “Best Bar in Las Vegas” from Conde Nast Traveler.
Sample a soothing signature cocktail like the Penicillin, which combines Scotch, fresh lemon, ginger and honey, or perk up with the Coney Island Express, a blend of rum, cold brew coffee vanilla and Amaro Ciociaro.
The Venetian also maintains a packed schedule of concerts, shows and more, featuring artists like Tony Bennett, ZZ Top and Adam Lambert.
Soak up the sun on the two-acre Venetian Las Vegas Pool Deck, which includes three infinity pools, a children’s splash pad, in-pool ledge loungers, daybeds and luxurious cabanas. Elegant sculptures, black-and-white marble and plush pool chairs line the deck for an experience that appeals to the eyes as well as the body.
For a day of complete relaxation and rejuvenation, book your appointment at the Canyon Ranch spa and fitness center, which received four stars from the Forbes Travel Guide. The spa offers hundreds of options for facial, body and massage treatments, while an onsite salon will keep your locks looking lovely.
If you’ve got energy to burn—or just want to burn off your indulgences on Restaurant Row—spend some time in the 21,000 square-foot fitness center, which features dozens of cardio and weight machines, a rock climbing wall and a full roster of exercise classes, including cycling, barre, yoga and high-intensity interval training.
The luxury experience continues when you head to your spacious 650 square-foot suite—twice the size of the average Las Vegas hotel room. About a quarter of that square footage is found in the bathroom, where a flat-screen TV, large jacuzzi tub, double shower and double vanity cover all of the creature comforts.
After taking the time to unwind in the separate living and dining area, you’ll enjoy a restful night’s sleep on the plush pillowtop king mattress. You may never want to leave your suite, so it’s a good thing room service will deliver provisions from any of the restaurants in the resort.
Fast Facts About the Venetian Las Vegas
- Opening date: May 3, 1999
- Structure: 36 stories, 475 feet high
- Location: Central Strip
- Style: Italian Renaissance
- Dining: Nearly two dozen restaurants, including offerings from celebrity chefs Wolfgang Puck and Emeril Lagasse
- Nightlife: Five clubs and lounges, including the refined Rosina Cocktail Lounge and the thumping party atmosphere of TAO Nightclub
- Rooms: More than 4,000 spacious, well-appointed luxury rooms and suites (including sister property the Palazzo)
- Unique features: Gondola rides in the Grand Canal, 160-shop luxury mall, world-renowned Canyon Ranch Spa, global artist performances at the Sands Theater
- Website: http://venetian.com/
- Phone: (702) 414-1000
- Address: 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109