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The Venetian (Venezia Tower)

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The Venetian (Venezia Tower)

Hello!

We are honeymooners coming in Las Vegas june 20th to 23rd. We just booked a suite in The Venetian in the Venezia Tower. Thought that was the luxurious tower as you get a different check in area, different pool area with jacuzzis,.... but someone told me that tower is not the luxurious but the serious and dark one.

Is there anyone who have stayed there and may tell me if thats truth? Should i book a Venetian Suite instead Venezia Suite? Can i get a strip-views suite in the Venezia Tower?

Please, let me know what tower should i get!

Thanks to you all!

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1. Re: The Venetian (Venezia Tower)

Nobody has stayed in the Venezia Tower?

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JesVan -

Both towers are lovely. The Venetian is the older tower and the Venezia tower is the newer tower. The Venezia was booked as an upgrade, with a separate check-in, access to the Venezia pool garden (which is beautiful, but you still have full access to the regular Venetian pool complex), evening turn down service with chocolates on the pillows, etc, and they originally priced it higher to reflect that. Now the price difference, if at all at times, is negligible (sometimes only ten dollars). The Venetian tower has since been remodeled (even though it was already beautiful) to be more modern in its furnishings, and the Venezia tower still has that "old world" type decor. Some people prefer the Venezia tower, myself included, some people do not. If you booked the Venezia tower at a discounted price, as I know that is a special running right now, then just stick with where you are. Both towers are beautiful and you won't be disappointed with either. There is a slightly longer walk to the casino areas, but the length of said walk has been exaggerated - it really isn't that bad.

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding - the Venetian (either tower) is a beautiful spot for a honeymoon and you won't be disappointed. My husband and I got married in the Venetian 3 weeks ago and we had an outstanding time.

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Where I wrote "booked" I meant "originally billed". :)

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Thanks for your comment yourstarla!

Do you know if there is strip views suites in the Venezia Tower?

By the way, you talked about the lenght of the walks...im really worried as im coming in late june (20-23) and i have heard weather is hard to handle. Could that be a problem? I mean the walks under the powerful sunshine over there.

Thanks once else.

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JesVan -

Yes, they have strip view suites in the Venezia, but views are considered an upgrade on the V property, and they will probably charge you extra for the view.

The walk to and from the Venezia tower is indoors so you will not be affected by the heat of the summer.

:)

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We stayed in a Venezia concierge suite for our honeymoon last year. We had a strip view - I e-mailed when I booked and told them it was my honeymoon and they were wonderful. Venezia is off from the rest of the Venetian, but it's not that far. I also think it's nice to be in a quieter part of the strip. The pool is lovely and calming as well. You'll have a great time!!

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Have just checked some pics and im getting really confused!

Im getting agreed with those who think venezia tower´s suite looks a little bit depressing! That dark-yellow rooms are not what im looking for.

In other hand, the newly renovated venetian tower´s suites look really energic, funny and made for young couples!

Should i call for changing my venezia suite for the venetian one?

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I haven't stayed in the Venezia tower, but I've stayed in the Venetian tower and also at Palazzo - the decor is virtually the same - we liked it very much. I also don't like that ornate Italian look. I think you'll be pleased with the Venetian tower.

If I HAD to stay in the Venezia Tower and I wanted to pay for the upgrade I'd take a terrazza suite with it's own little patio - so difficult to find a private outdoor space in Las Vegas.

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when we stay in the Venezia tower we will have breakfast daily at Bouchon - one of our LV favorites, skipping the concierge continental breakfast or room service, which is always enough, since dining at Bouchon on the patio ovcerlooking the pool is so relaxing - the pool is also a favorite. You are secluded, yet close enough to the spa, larger pool areas if you desire and close to fabulous restaurants.

All guests of the V & P may use all pools - many don't come to the Venezia tower. It attracts few, if any, kids during the day and is therefore more enjoyable to us. It can be quite romantic. When we want to swim laps we ue the larger pool complex.

Any tower is fine - I might opt for the Palazzo if you want to be closer to the wynn

congratulations - enjoy your honeymoon

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Venezia is the newer tower but has not been renovated, so is in effect the older one. Although I feel the Venezia tower offers better views, the renovations are significant and if you're going to be staying there, might as well stay in the most luxurious available, no?

As others have stated, though, you can't go wrong with either!