The Venetian Resort Las Vegas

The Strip, Las Vegas

The hotel

Las Vegas excels at delivering the impossible in wonderful ways. Where else can you touch down in the Mojave desert and, within 15 minutes, find yourself being serenaded on a gondola ride to St Mark’s Square? A magnificent greatest hits of Venice’s architecture and canals located in the middle of The Strip, the all-suite Venetian is probably the most romantic hotel in Vegas, so let yourself be seduced. Wonder how you ever managed to stay in anything smaller than a suite before, enjoy a meal from one of the Michelin-starred restaurants, walk hand in hand down the Grand Canal shopping esplanade or party the night away in one of the many bars and nightclubs.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot tub
  • Free Parking
  • Night Club
  • Room Service
  • Valet parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Wheelchair access
  • Fitness Centre/Gym

Where is it

Towards the north end of The Strip. Transfer time from Las Vegas airport: 14 minutes.

Hotel information

3,014 suites on 36 floors in The Venetian Tower with 18 lifts. 1,013 suites on 12 floors in The Venezia Tower with 12 lifts. Venetian Luxury Suites - approx 650 sq ft, plush king-size bed with pillow-top, sunken living room, most rooms have full-size sleeper sofa (on request and subject to availability if only 2 persons sharing a room), two 46" flat-screen LCD HD TVs, 19” LCD HD TV in bathroom, WiFi*, full Roman bath and separate shower, bath robes, and work area with separate modem line, in-suite safe, mini-bar. Suites sleep maximum 3 adults and are located in The Venetian Tower.

 

 

 

 

Venetian Luxury Two Queen Suites are approx 700 sq ft, sunken living room with two 32" LCD TV's, 2 DVD players, private work area with WiFi*, dual-line telephone, dining table, full-size sleeper sofa (on request and subject to availability), bathroom with Roman tub with separate glass-enclosed shower and 17" LCD TV, bathrobes, bedroom with 2 queen-size beds and 42" plasma TV, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

18 restaurants in the resort and shopping complex with Madame Tussauds* and gondola rides*. 10 bars and lounges including V Bar with DJs, TAO Asian Bistro and nightclub, La Scena Lounge with live bands nightly, Bourbon Room, The Dorsey (new cocktail bar with innovative mixology). 3 swimming pools (select pools open year round), hot tub, private poolside cabanas*. Canyon Ranch SpaClub®* with enormous fitness centre, gym and 40 ft rock climbing wall. Human Nature show. Laundry/dry-cleaning service*. 24-hour room service*. Internet access*. Hair and beauty salon*. Concierge service. Business centre. Complimentary valet and self-parking (payable locally, subject to change).

This hotel has a resort fee of $45 plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change)

Resort fee includes: - Access for two to the fitness facility within the Canyon Ranch SpaClub® - In-suite internet access (WiFi or Ethernet) - Boarding pass printing - Unlimited local and toll-free calls - Access to thousands of top newspapers and magazines using PressReader app while connected as guest to Venetian or Palazzo WiFi. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

Wheelchair accessible rooms available on request. Please note that these rooms are subject to availability and may be restricted to specific room categories and bedding arrangements. Rooms and facilities vary between hotels so please check at the time of booking. For more information and contact details please check out our Special Assistance page

*Denotes local charge.

One person must be aged 21 years and over in each room.

 

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Traveller rating

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating First and last stay at the Venetian

Feb 24, 2020 shalhoub23 San Jose, California

I come to Vegas pretty often and this was our first time staying at the Venetian and I will not be returning, nor am I recommending it to my friends. Our first day my girlfriend arrived several hours before me. She Tried to check in when she arrived had 2 big bags and the front desk person would not let her check in because I was not here. They… Read more
I come to Vegas pretty often and this was our first time staying at the Venetian and I will not be returning, nor am I recommending it to my friends. Our first day my girlfriend arrived several hours before me. She Tried to check in when she arrived had 2 big bags and the front desk person would not let her check in because I was not here. They asked for my credit card. They didn’t tell her that putting a card on file was an option until I arrived. So she Roamed around Vegas from 11am-6pm till I arrived with no room to rest in. Im Extremely frustrated when I find this out so I complained to whatever manager was working and he offered his apologies and agreed this was wrong. As compensation he offered waiving 1 day of resort fees. I was pretty insulted as that equals ~$50. Considering I spend at least $5,000 when I gamble at the casino I’m staying at. Because of this experience I did not gamble a penny in the Venetian casino and I made sure my gambling happened at another hotel. I’m US Channel programs manager at Apple and customer service is important to me. The logic how they arrived at a $50 comp is baffling considering how much an average customer probably spends in gambling. I recommend you coach your staff on how to better handle situations like this. I’ll be complaining to your corporate office too. Rest assured I will not be recommending this place to my friends, nor will I ever stay here again. Read less
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Feb 23, 2020 Firemedic26 Acworth, Georgia

For those of you who can't afford a European vacation. This is your version of Italy, what a beautiful reproduction if that country. It's absolutely beautiful, the amount of detail they put into this place is crazy. Walk around, enjoy a drink and take in the sites. You will be impressed!
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Feb 23, 2020 davidaD2288FX

Ladies and Gentlemen: FYI: You will read some comparison with another nearby hotel which helps to give the readers of this review a point of reference. My primary reasons for giving the Venetian Resort a 10/10 point score are as follows: 1. The experience of getting from my car to the hotel room was easy, smooth and care-free. The valet… Read more
Ladies and Gentlemen: FYI: You will read some comparison with another nearby hotel which helps to give the readers of this review a point of reference. My primary reasons for giving the Venetian Resort a 10/10 point score are as follows: 1. The experience of getting from my car to the hotel room was easy, smooth and care-free. The valet parking, crossing guards, bellmen and taxis were flawless. 2. People approached my vehicle to help m as I had a huge amount of luggage. 3. There were clearly marked signs from when I drove up to the hotel throughout my stay that made knowing where the valet, taxis and bellmen were located. This WAS VERY PRACTICAL. Many upscale rated more luxurious than the Venetian are one hundred percent against such practicalities. 4. The hotel was unique, upscale and beautiful. We loved the feel of the atmosphere, the backdrop of Venice / Italy, the gondolas, the clouds in the sky, the decor, street lights, etc. We LOVED THE OFF THE CHARTS UPSCALE SHOP CALLED REGIS GALLERY WHERE SUPERSTARS SHOP! 5. We feel safe because we know Sheldon Adelson the owner immediately increased security after the attacks of 9/11. He has hired Israeli security guards, bomb sniffing dogs and uses other measures to detect bombs. 6. We are happy that he provides on site daycare for his worker's children. He has video cameras that allow the parents to check on their children in the daycare. He also has medical staff on site to care for the children. 7. The Venetian Resort has very little turnover with their employees. This means they become experts at their job, are happier employees and deliver better service. 8. The basic room size at the Venetian is larger than at other resorts for roughly the same cost - this is great value. 9. Sheldon Adelson shows an approximate net worth of 40 million USD; however, he walks the premises daily and speaks to his employees! I have checked with the shop keepers who feel he cares in general about what is happening on the ground inside his hotel AND he is PRESENT to see what is happening. 10. I was told to try a few days at the Wynn because it was more luxurious than the Venetian. It was a nightmare and I left after two hours and asked for a refund because THEY HAD ZERO ABILITY AND ZERO CLUE AS TO HOW TO GET ME FROM MY CAR TO THE HOTEL ROOM AND THEY WOULD NOT LET ME SPEAK WITH A HIGH LEVEL MANAGER AND MADE NO MEANINGFUL ATTEMPT TO FIX THE PROBLEM FOR FUTURE STAYS. THEIR CORPORATE MODEL IS SHORT SIGHTED AT BEST. THE OWNER STEVE WYNN IS GONE AND HE CAN NOT WALK THE PROPERTIES. 11. Sheldon Adelson is able and willing to stand up and fight for what he believes in. Often that fight is in protection of the common man and hotel's guests. That is appealing. All in all the Venetian is a HUGE WIN and the Wynn is a HUGE LOSS. Some enhancements that I offer: 1. Teach the janitors to wave and say, "Hi" to the guests who walk in or out late at night! These workers are a HUGE part of the success of the operation! 2. Make sure you have some type of plan in place (just in case you do not), that let's hotel management or staff take immediate action to rectify a serious problem in a meaningful and demonstrative way. I am not sure if there is a plan because my experience was so good I did not need to ask for any correction. I do know that when I stayed at the Wynn I had a nightmare of a time getting a valet or bellmen upon my arrival. After speaking with the front desk, all they would allow me to do was speak with a front desk manager since it was on a Sunday. I am a high net worth person who is hard core about customer service, especially for VIP's. I have spent my entire life in the high end service industry - well over 50 years serving for events involving two presidents of the US, other diplomats and the Who's Who of a respectable city in the US. THE LAST THING I WANT TO DO IS HAVE A LOW WAGE WORKER TRY TO SOLVE MY HOTEL RELATED TRAIN WRECK. IF I NEED TO FIX A PROBLEM, THE LOWEST PERSON I WANT TO SPEAK WITH IS A HOTEL ASSISTANT MANAGER. AT THE WYNN I FEEL OBLIGATED TO BRING IN A WHITE BOARD AND GIVE A PUBLIC LESSON TO ALL THE STAFF AT THE RECEPTION AREA ON BASIC CUSTOMER SERVICE AND OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY REGARDING HAVING A MINIMUM OF THIRD GRADE COMMUNICATION SKILLS AND SYSTEMS OF OPERATIONAL REDUNDANCY! I AM A FORGIVING PERSON REGARDING MISTAKES MADE DUE TO HUMAN ERROR, BUT I NEED TO SHOW THAT THE HOTEL REALLY CARES AND HAS GIVEN ME A PLAN OF HOW THE PROBLEM WILL BE FIXED. AT THE WYNN, THE EMPLOYEES TOLD ME THAT THE PROBLEM OF NOT GETTING A VALET AND BELLMEN AND GETTING TO MY ROOM IS A NORMAL PROBLEM. EVEN THE BELLMEN WAS SHAKING HIS HEAD. I KNEW IT WAS NOT HIS FAULT SO I TIPPED HIM $20 BECAUSE HE HELPED ME SEE THE REAL PROBLEM. I would be curious to know if the Venetian Resort has high level management available for the top one percent of the population and do you offer the same service to the other ninety-nine percent (I would hope so). Read less
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Feb 23, 2020 EdW1292 Ajax, Canada

The hotel is very organized and clean. Even though there is a lot of things going on, conferences, Vice President of USA staying there and more. The hotel was moderately busy. I would be back here again!
Image of the Tripadvisor rating First Night Fail - A Grand Facade

Feb 23, 2020 dizney-deb OH

The Venetian is a beautiful facade lacking in depth. The public spaces are stunning, and that's where the charm ends. This is our first time visiting Las Vegas, and while we had comp rooms available through a certain app, we thought we would have an exceptional experience at a "5 star" resort. I booked a non-smoking king suite through a third… Read more
The Venetian is a beautiful facade lacking in depth. The public spaces are stunning, and that's where the charm ends. This is our first time visiting Las Vegas, and while we had comp rooms available through a certain app, we thought we would have an exceptional experience at a "5 star" resort. I booked a non-smoking king suite through a third party approximately two months in advance. Upon check-in, there were no non-smoking king rooms available, and we were offered a smoking optional king or a non-smoking double queen. My husband preferred to stay in a king room, so we hoped the lingering smoke wouldn't be that bad. It was. The room smelled stale and not fresh. Before we ever reached our room, however, we were greeted by a wall of unmistakable marijuana odor as we were coming off the elevator on the 9th floor. In retrospect, I'm wondering about the "smoking optional" room offer. Did I miss the 'wink, wink' from the desk attendant? I understand that is it legal in Las Vegas, but I didn't expect the resort to reek of it, at least not a "5 star" resort. The smell overwhelmed the entire floor. We returned to the front desk shortly after finding the room unsatisfactory and mentioned that we were displeased with the smoking optional king room. We were again offered the non-smoking two queen room, or we could switch rooms the next day when a non-smoking king would become available. The two main reasons we didn't chose comp rooms were that we didn't want to switch rooms, and we believed staying at the Venetian would be a top-notch experience. The front desk agent didn't offer any solutions beyond that. I suggested a discount on the resort fee, and the agent agreed to remove the resort fee for that night,if not with some reluctance. This morning, I was awakened by a couple fighting next door at 6:43am. If I wanted to wake up at 6:43am, I would have stayed home and set my alarm for work. At this point, I'm wondering if I should have done just that. I can get a similar experience at a Motel 6 for much less money. Extremely disappointing for what is claimed to be a "5 star" resort. Hoping things improve after the room move, but my expectations are down the the drain. Read less