The Venetian Resort

The Venetian Resort

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4.5
#9 of 17 resorts in Las Vegas
4.7 of 5 bubbles
Location
4.6 of 5 bubbles
Cleanliness
4.3 of 5 bubbles
Service
4.1 of 5 bubbles
Value
THE WORLD'S MOST EXTRAORDINARILY DESIGNED HOTEL Every major Las Vegas guidebook recommends Center Strip casinos. The Venetian is located at one of the most exciting crossroads of the Strip, putting you within walking distance of the biggest attractions on The Strip. We guarantee the lowest prices for our suites can always be found directly on the Venetian website. When you book direct: • We are 100% sure you will never find a better rate anywhere else. • We are 100% sure we will never lose your reservation. • You will have priority access to our best rates moving forward. Plus, we guarantee: • The lowest possible rates, our partners are obligated by contract to follow our pricing rules. • Access to the best selection of suites and offers • Access the best service, located on-property • Access to Venetian Rewards, our loyalty program • Free Cancellations and Modifications*
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Property amenities
Electric vehicle charging station
Free internet
Pool
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Casino and Gambling
Nightclub / DJ
Babysitting
Valet parking
Paid public parking on-site
Wifi
Paid wifi
Hot bath
Pool / beach towels
Adult pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Fitness / spa changing rooms
Fitness classes
Sauna
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Poolside bar
Airport transportation
Shuttle bus service
Car hire
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Spa
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Full body massage
Massage
Salon
Steam room
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Concierge
Convenience store
Currency exchange
Gift shop
Shops
Sun loungers / beach chairs
ATM on site
Butler service
Doorperson
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
Room features
Air conditioning
Additional bathroom
Housekeeping
Room service
Minibar
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
On-demand films
Safe
VIP room facilities
Iron
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Room types
Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
Suites
Family rooms
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HOTEL CLASS
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5.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Family Resort
Romantic
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
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Location

3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Getting there
Great for walkers
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KMate wrote a review Sept 2022
Webster, New York63 contributions77 helpful votes
Hotel's Favourite
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was our second time at the Venetian. You can't beat the location or the suites. I really liked how there was a separate living room so if someone wanted to sleep and someone else wanted to watch TV or just enjoy the incredible views (from the upgraded view) this was easily accomplished. The bathrooms are wonderful - shower and bath separated from the toilet, two sinks, make up table with stool and lit up mirror. It was over 100 degrees when we went in August, but you didn't even have to leave the air conditioned hotel if you did not want to. The Canal Shoppes are attached to the hotel, plenty of places to eat are in the hotel or the Canal Shoppes. You can get to the casino at the Venetian or the Palazzo without going outside. We had a view of the pools so you could see how busy they were or if there were any lounge chairs available. Hundreds of slots to chose from. Just a wonderful and classy hotel. Loved our stay!
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Response from Venetian Guest Relations, Owner at The Venetian Resort
Responded 8 Sept 2022
Dear KMate, Thank you for taking the time to share your wonderful feedback. I am so glad to learn of your memorable experience. We pride ourselves on the exceptional service and amenities we deliver to our guests, and it sounds like we succeeded! Thank you again for your glowing comments. We appreciate your patronage and look forward to seeing you again soon. Kind regards, Tony Guest Relations
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KeithF928 wrote a review Feb 2020
Dothan, Alabama297 contributions201 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
If you’re looking for spacious rooms in an upscale hotel that provides easy access to lots of shopping and numerous fine restaurants the Venetian is a great choice with some considerations.

The positives :

1. Room suites are spacious, clean with automatic drapes and a nice bathroom. Two nice size TV’s with a good selection of channels are also provided. Additionally there is a small TV in the bathroom.

2. The Venetian is connected to the Palazzo and share the Grand Canal shoppes which provide access to a lot of (mostly) high end shopping.

3. Between the two hotels there are plenty of excellent eating choices but be advised the vast majority of the highest rated restaurants are Italian.

4. The Venetian is somewhat conveniently located slightly on the northern end of the strip. The Mirage is a relatively short walk but any other hotel requires a significant walk. If you’re young, no problem but if your a senior or handicapped plan on taking some form of transportation.

The negatives :

1. The rooms need to be updated for today’s modern electronics. There are no electrical or usb outlets on the nightstands or near the bed. There is a desk with a couple of outlets and usb connections but it’s in the living room portion of the suite far from the bed.

2. We paid an extra 51 dollars a night (with tax) for a room with a view of the strip. Our view consisted mostly of two cranes on top of a fake building (a structure covered with a million dollar canvas to make it look like a building. We were, however, able to see the mountains in a distance. These views should be discounted. I would ask to see the view before upgrading.

3. Not the Venetians fault but we bought 4 day passes to the monorail which is normally a short walk from the Venetian. Unfortunately the nearest station is surrounded by construction turning a short walk into at least a 20 minute walk through the Bally’s hotel. DO NOT buy monorail tickets for at least the next several months if you’re staying at the Venetian. I think this is something they should mention at check-in.

Finally, we paid about 180 dollars a night before the resort fee (51 dollars a night - complete B.S. but your not going to avoid if you’re staying on the strip. Additionally as mentioned we paid 51 dollars a night for a strip view). This is about the most I’d be willing to pay. I see the Venetian advertised for over 600.00 dollars a night. I would never stay here for even close to that price.

Overall a very nice hotel if you don’t overpay.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from VEPAGuestRelations, Guest Relations Manager at The Venetian Resort
Responded 11 Feb 2020
Dear KeithF928, Thank you very much for choosing to share feedback from your recent stay at The Venetian. Having said that, please accept my sincere apologies for not properly exceeding your expectations during your stay with us. I have forwarded the details of your stay with us along to the appropriate management teams so that they may have an opportunity to review these items and address them internally. We would also like an opportunity to address your concerns and as such I have reached out to you via private message on TripAdvisor. We look forward to your reply. Kind regards, Maria Guest Relations
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L Tamaki wrote a review Jan 2020
Kelowna, Canada98 contributions59 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Spent 4 nights over New Years with 2 other couples for sister in laws wedding. Requested rooms together twice in the preceding months with no response from hotel. Unable to honor at check in because we booked through a 3rd party. Front desk very unhelpful, we ended up in 3 different wings on 3 different floors. The only solution offered was paying the $50/night upgrade when booking. No empathy whatsoever. The room looked like what any $350/night room should look like minus a coffee maker and fridge or even a free bottle of water. There is a price for everything. A 6 ounce bottle of wine in the bar fridge will cost you $28 USD. Our housekeeping was excellent but not the same for the rest our party. I complained about the exhorbandant resort fee of $51 USD/night for internet, fitness facilities, non existent newspapers, closed pools and local calls. They justified it by saying it was inline with what other hotels of their calabar charge. Inline but realistic??? I could buy an annual gym pass for what they charged for 4 nights. The Grand lux Cafe was a very nice restaurant with excellent food and service. Lots of nice hotels and things to spend money on in Las Vegas, won't waste it on a money pit like The Venetian again.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Dave R wrote a review Feb 2020
Dublin, Ireland8 contributions7 helpful votes
+1
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed here from the 3rd to 7th February and would NOT recommend for couples. Check in was fine and were asked if we wanted a strip view for an extra $50 dollars a night. As this was my wife’s birthday I had no problem going with it as it was our first time in Vegas. On getting to the room the view was of two cranes and a swimming pool under renovation. I didn’t mind this too much but on inspection of the room we noticed that the bed sheets were all creased and torn. I went to reception and after the person was quite rude we were move to another suite. The suite we were moved to had a balcony and the person at reception said that this was an extra benefit for the issue we had with the first room. On getting to the replacement room it had a door in it to an adjacent suite and the wind was blowing through the balcony door. I went back to reception and complained and they sent a maintenance man to fix it. In return from dinner they had duck taped the door and placed loads of towels on the ground. As it was late we didn’t want to complain again and move rooms as twice was enough having only arrived at 5pm. The next morning I asked for a manager and that afternoon we were changed to another room which was fine. The resort fee was waved for two night and we got a $50 food credit which wouldn’t even cover breakfast. If your going to a conference or playing a poker tournament here it’s fine but if your looking for a special place for a special occasion I suggest going somewhere else. All your getting here is a room and not the experience you would get in other 5 star hotels such as the Shangri la.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from VEPAGuestRelations, Guest Relations Manager at The Venetian Resort
Responded 11 Feb 2020
Dear Daveryan76, Please accept my sincere apologies for your disappointing experience. As you may know, TripAdvisor reviews are not directly linked to your hotel reservation. As such I have reached out to you directly to gather more details of your stay. We look forward to hearing from you. Kind regards, Maria M. Guest Relations
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PDN1821UK wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom12 contributions48 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We visited Vegas again for my hubby bday (40th) and was disappointed with The Venetian. We have stayed at several hotels on the strip previously (Aria, Wynn, Vdara) and have to say this was by far the worst in terms of service and just in general. They did nothing special to mark my husband's birthday despite prior contact and requesting a small gesture (he does only get a birthday once every 4 years after all). The rooms are a bit outdated and the hotel is very overpriced, we paid $50 for burger and fries on our first night after an 11 hour flight we went within the hotel to the food court. Rooms were cleaned daily but not properly - the bag in our ice bucket was only replaced on the last day as well as cups not being rinsed out/replaced with clean ones? They charge extra for a kettle and you cannot even use the fridge for your own items! They charge a ridiculous daily fee for you to hire a fridge or can empty the one in your room for $150+! Quality of sleep was rubbish, despite switching the AC off there was still constant air pumping out of one of the vents, cleaner stated that cannot be switched off. Staff generally were friendly mostly but not the same standard as other 5* hotels we've stayed at to be honest. Expected a lot more Venetian, especially for a 5* hotel, will not be staying here again unfortunately.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Odessa47 wrote a review Feb 2020
Wickersley, United Kingdom56 contributions68 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
As you would expect of this type of hotel in Las Vegas it’s huge and extravagant - what an experience! All the rooms are suites, we stayed in a Bella suite with two queen beds. On arrival we were offered an upgrade (for an extra cost) to a bigger suite, which we didn’t take up and I’m pleased we didn’t, the Bella was plenty big enough for our family of three and would accommodate four easily. There’s a separate sunken lounge area away from the main bedroom. The bathroom was huge with separate shower and bath, double sinks and the toilet is in a separate room as well! The hotel is vast with lots of great restaurants and bars, you could literally spend a whole holiday here without venturing outside. The hotel is spotlessly clean and runs like a Swiss timepiece! The only reason I’ve given it 4 stars and not 5 is the ‘resort fee’. I knew about this before I arrived, as I’m sure most people do and I know a lot of hotels in the US charge it. What I don’t understand is, as this is a mandatory charge, why not include it in the room rate, it’s not like you can opt out so it’s part of the per night cost anyway. At the Venetian it’s around $51 a night including tax, so that’s no small amount to fork out at the end of your several nights stay - just add it to the room cost upfront! All that said this is a fantastic hotel and worth the cost (even with resort fee)! 🙂
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from VEPAGuestRelations, Guest Relations Manager at The Venetian Resort
Responded 3 Feb 2020
Dear Odessa47, I am delighted to know that our world class accommodations were beyond your expectations and that you thoroughly enjoyed your stay with us. The hotel is indeed beautiful, and careful attention is paid to the experiences of our guests, so I am delighted that you were pleased. That being said, I would like to apologize for your disappointment with the Resort Fee, we do our absolute best to communicate all charges prior to check in, so that our guests may understand exactly what the final bill. We look forward to hosting you again in the future, should you decide to give us that opportunity. Kind regards, Maria Guest Relations
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Martina019 wrote a review Oct 2020
West Linn, Oregon13 contributions40 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Overall nice property - not exceptional like the Wynn, Encore or Trump.
Additional resort fee of $45 per day plus tax (on the resort fee) will be added to your bill. Were offered an upgrade - $40 per day for higher floor - not worth it.
This "upgrade fee" was then changed to $45 plus tax (on the upgrade!)
There is a refrigerator in the room with zero space for your personal things. If you remove anything to make room, you will be charged for those items.
Highly recommend staying at the Trump instead, where you will enjoy a complete kitchen, daily coffee, no casino noise and absolutely no smoking.
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Date of stay: October 2020
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: Upgrade fees are ridiculous!
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brian p wrote a review Jul 2020
Aliso Viejo, California159 contributions32 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Im writing this review as i am at the hotel. Stayed in a double queen suite. The rooms are very nice, the food is awesome at the restaurants, but i can not gibe higher than 3 stars due to the deceptive and unfair motion sensing mini bars in the room. We have been charged 60 dollars because we accidentally moved plastic wrapped items on the counter of the living area tv stand. We were NOT informed that simply moving these results in a very overpriced charge, at check in, and there is NO SIGNAGE on the counter indicating as such. The refrigerator is clearly marked so i understand a charge if we has moved anything or opened it. But is it too expensive for the Venetian to make a small plastic label that says “if you touch it you buy it” for the items on the counter? When some one checks in and isn't informed of the mini bar policy and then you get punished for curiosity, thats not customer service.

That being said, everything else about the Venetian has been great, and all the staff friendly and helpful. My only warning is - DO NOT TOUCH anything in the room that is marked “clean” such as waters or chips.

Im not a moron, i know how Las Vegas resorts operate, and i know how mini bars operate, but if you are going to sell items on the counter of the TV stand separate from the Mini fridge that has the policy on it, thats in a closed cabinet, at least put a label in the items saying that just jostling will result in a charge. We ended up keeping one of the items after we viewed our bill since once you move it even if you don't want to, you bought it. All im asking for is SIGNAGE or to be told upon checking that even moving the item is a charge. The items in my photo have nothing on them that say a movement of the item will result in a charge.

I would definitely stay at the Venetian again; but do read up on the mini bar policy before you come in.

B.Purtle
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Venetian Guest Relations, Owner at The Venetian Resort
Responded 10 Jul 2020
Dear Brian P, Thank you for apprising us of your concerns. I am very sorry your stay is not going well so far. I have reached out to our Front Desk Management team and have asked them to contact you to discuss your stay with us. Kind Regards, Eunice Guest Relations
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Aussiedave33 wrote a review Mar 2020
Calgary, Canada53 contributions56 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked thru Expedia a week at the Venetian. This was our first time staying here on our 6th trip to Vegas. The room (29-133) is the best room we have stayed in. We normally book the 'standard room' and this is the grandest standard room. It does have a sunken living area with separate TV. Motorized blinds and curtains. Very comfortable bed with numerous pillows of varing sizes and firmess. The bathroom is very large with separate water closet, dual vanities, with separate tub and shower. No complaints about the room. Now with it being the first week of March they did have only a couple pools open and it was still a bit windy and cool for that. We did notice that there was no real direct sunlight onto any of the pool areas. I suspect later in the year when the sun is higher that may change?

Now to my complaint. When checking in we did not attempt the "$20 trick" at the desk. We simply politely asked if there was anything she could do for us about a high floor and or nicer strip view. She accommodated us with a high floor but said a strip view would be another $40/night. A bit high but we said OK and that was a disappointment. Compared to our other strip views, (Planet Hollywood, Treasure Island, New York New York, Paris) this is not what I would consider a strip view. Technically speaking, yes I can see the strip but certainly not what I would consider a view. Partially obstructed or partial view, would be appropriate terms for this room's view of the strip.

Overall though the hotel is fantastic, with very helpful staff and excellent housekeeping services.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Venetian Guest Relations, Owner at The Venetian Resort
Responded 6 Mar 2020
Dear Aussiedave33, Thank you for choosing The Venetian Resort as your host for recent vacation. It seems like you are having a wonderful time here, and I do appreciate your kind review. I am happy to learn that you enjoyed your suite and its amenities but most importantly the service that was extended to you. It is our goal that each and every guest leaves with an exceptional experience, and I am glad that you were able to do just that. Please be assured that your feedback in regards to your suite view will be forwarded to the appropriate management teams to be addressed. Again, I thank you for your kind words, and I look forward to your next visit with us. Kind Regards, Eunice Guest Relations
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Nick wrote a review Aug 2020
1 contribution6 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Not sure if it's because of the ongoing pandemic, but my goodness - what happened to this resort? The crowd has gone downhill and I'm not sure if it's because of the lowered pricing due to the pandemic or what. Marijuana smells throughout the casino, loud / obnoxious crowds that can't manage to have conversations without the nearest 20 people hearing them, people not obeying social distancing or the elevator capacity rules (4 at a time allowed in an elevator with the exception of families).

On the bright side, my safety and protection did feel ensured during my stay. Hand sanitizer dispensers almost everywhere and masks/hand sanitizer provided in the rooms. My only complaint is that I am not sure how often, or if the elevators are frequently being wiped down. Expect lines to get in the elevators as well due to the capacity.

Definitely not the Venetian I remembered staying at.
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Date of stay: July 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Response from Venetian Guest Relations, Owner at The Venetian Resort
Responded 5 Aug 2020
Dear Ocguy4152, Thank you for your recent stay and taking the time to share your experience with us. I am disappointed to learn of your unpleasant experience with your recent stay. Please know I have shared your experience with our Leadership team and we are committed to preventing this from happening in the future. The frequency of cleaning and disinfecting by dedicated staff has been increased in all public spaces with an emphasis on “high-touch” surfaces including front desk counters, bell desks, elevators buttons, door handles, public restrooms, suite door locks, electronic kiosks, escalator and stair handrails, casino cashier counters, gaming machines, gaming tables, and dining surfaces. Your continued patronage is very important to us, and we hope you will give us the opportunity to restore your confidence very soon. Kind Regards, Eunice Guest Relations
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Answer from Jennifer G
Frisco, TX240 contributions90 helpful votes
Access to the fitness facility is included in the daily resort fee you have to pay in addition to your room rate.
Answer from jmajeske2024
Lansing, Michigan1 contribution1 helpful vote
I could not find a hair dryer in my room, so I air dried my hair. I did not call down to the desk to find out if it was hidden somewhere but I looked and looked and couldn't find it.
Faust F wrote a tip Yesterday
Mattapoisett, Massachusetts15 contributions16 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"This is a hotel complex, so pay attention to exactly where you're booked, but don't sweat it. It's fun to just walk through. "
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Stephani W wrote a tip 27 May
1 contribution
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Stay somewhere else"
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Christina C G wrote a tip 25 May
2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Grocery orders for the room can be picked up in the 2nd floor mall garage with RideShare. Ask the bell stand for directions. "
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Lyndsey B wrote a tip 22 May
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Go somewhere else. They lost our luggage. Never offered upgrade. Never even apologized. SERVICE IS NOT REMARKABLE. No one cared about us."
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Memnoch65 wrote a tip 21 May
Vancouver, Canada11 contributions15 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"My cell signal was terrible down in the parkade and it was tough ordering an Uber Front desk can be very busy Luggage drop off very busy"
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PRICE RANGE
S$266 - S$662 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
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4,027
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Venetian Resort
Which popular attractions are close to The Venetian Resort?
Nearby attractions include High Roller (0.4 km), The Beatles - Love - Cirque du Soleil (0.4 km), and Australia's Human Nature Sings Motown and More (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Venetian Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at The Venetian Resort?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at The Venetian Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at The Venetian Resort?
Yes, a parking garage, paid public parking on-site, and valet parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Venetian Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Zeppola Cafe, Senor Frog's Las Vegas, and Jaburritos.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Venetian Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Does The Venetian Resort have airport transportation?
Yes, The Venetian Resort offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is The Venetian Resort located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 km away from the centre of Las Vegas.
Are any cleaning services offered at The Venetian Resort?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does The Venetian Resort offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
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