Venetian Resort Hotel Las Vegas

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Average rate: $115 - Hotel class: 5 stars
3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV, USA

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Venetian Resort Hotel Las Vegas Reviews

swtdeesha swtdeesha
10 reviews
Jan 23, 2015
This hotel was absolutely stunning! Just beautiful and worth every dollar (which was a lot). My only concern was being judged by the staff at TAO, and being told we could not get in without a guest list... at 10pm .. so early in the night, which made no sense. Why wouldn't you want a group of sexy, fun, Canadian girls in your venue?
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MissTony MissTony
4 reviews
Beautiful and exhausting Sep 30, 2012
The Venetian is very beautifully decorated and luxurious. Since this was my first visit to Vegas, I am happy to have had the luxury experience but I would never stay here again. The Venetian is somewhat difficult to navigate at times. You may have to take multiple elevator rides and walk great distances to find your room. By the time you find your room you may be too exhausted to leave it. The service was excellent but I did have to complain about housekeeping. There are mandatory hotel fees on top of your room rate which cover the cost of amenities whether you use them or not. Even if you don't stay here it is worth visiting. The Venetian houses many fancy shops if that's your interest. You may be asked to complete a time share tour while shopping which could land you a free return stay at the Venetian. I did not visit any of the hotels restaurants. The hotel has different themes and activities that change often. If you are traveling on a budget and are only in your hotel for the purpose of showering and sleeping you may want to apply your funds to other aspects of your trip. If money is no object and you are physically fit then you will have little to complain about.
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Catheryne Catheryne
1 reviews
The Venetian - you should go Jul 06, 2012
The hotel was awesome - they couldn't get me a non-smoking room the first night so they waived the resort fee AND gave me a $75 food credit. Now that is service.

The rooms were clean, housekeeping was flawless; large suite style rooms. The pool garden - to die for. You can find a nice isolated section, if you wanted. Did I mention all but the largest pool is heated? The Venetian itself with the canal and square - fabulous.

...might be too busy for the business traveler, but for the tourist? Awesome

PS: The rooms do go on sale for more than half off. I got my deal through expedia.
In the Venetian
View from the balcony
Along the canal in the Venetian
Corridor to the casino
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lostinthought lostinth…
1 reviews
Best Poker Venue in Vegas Mar 21, 2012
If you play poker, stay here. Awesome poker room. Middle of the strip. Rooms are clean, spacious, and beds are very comfortable. Great shopping and restaurants including gondola rides through the middle of the hotel. The pool is great and seems to be much less crazy than others in the same class. The gym has a climbing wall and top notch machines. Spa is excellent. The hotel is very large but I prefer that as the space between casino and clubs and rooms offers a more quiet stay when you are ready to turn down.
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Africancrab Africanc…
773 reviews
Great Architecture and captivating interior Jan 14, 2011
I stayed at the Venetian hotel about 6 years ago, but never got to reviewing it. It was a one night stay on one of my whirlwind travels to meet a friend from Argentina. I should like to say that, for luck of a better word, it is almost like a palace. Very expensive and high market, but the price is worth all that you get to enjoy. I did not pay for my stay then, and out of respect I did not ask how much our room cost. But from shopping around before my last trip, I can tell you that a night's stay begins from $150 and above, except for low season (which I must say is not exactly low since this is Vegas!).

Reminiscent of the Venetian city in Italy, it brings with it the feel of a place in another time.

On a recent trip with my visiting girlfriend, we happened to enjoy a visit to the hotel (spend much of the time at the Victoria's Secret). I enjoyed the decor and ambiance. The warm inviting colors, and richness of it all. If I had the money to spare, I would definitely return and stay here. For those who can afford it, I recommend it.
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ola3rd ola3rd
60 reviews
Amazing relaxed stay at Venetian suites Jan 15, 2011
Very nice high end hotel. Suites are almost like a little bachelor apartment. Extremely expensive hotel rates though.

Positives:

5 star hotel

Lots of shops directly in resort

Great bathroom and decor

Good service with requests

Located directly on strip center

Negatives:

Beyond extremely expensive

Beds were a bit small

Everything comes at extra charge despite daily resort fee

I would only recommend this hotel to very rich people who love the high end traditional setting. Otherwise, there are lots of other 4 star or 5 star Vegas hotels that are more affordable and as nice as the venetian.
separate sitting area
small 'queen' beds
vanity
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GoldbergAVP Goldberg…
2 reviews
Great experience! May 24, 2011
You obtain great value for your money, simply was better than I would hope, I live in Mexico City and if you want a luxurious room and a service as in the Venetian Hotel, you have to be able to expend at least double price. I feel really satisfied and I hope to return soon to Las Vegas, many hotels are so beautiful but without doubt I'm going to stay in The Venetian Hotel. I highly recommend it.
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airlineguy airlineg…
8 reviews
Opulence in Vegas Aug 22, 2011
The Venetian is a beautiful hotel on the Strip in Vegas. It is no longer the newest or the grandest, but it is very beautiful and the rooms are the largest on average in Vegas. The ceilings of the casino and Mall are awe-inspiring with their DaVinci like paintings and sky blue aura.
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sapphireamy sapphire…
3 reviews
Jun 04, 2011
Overall had a wonderful experience here, Great comfy bed, large marble tiled bathroom, Large spacious lounge area. Would definitely stay here again!
comfy bed!
The lovely spacious bathroom
The famous gondola rides
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Blinkofaneye83 Blinkofa…
3 reviews
Superb Resort! Mar 27, 2011
very good hotel.superb facilities,great staff.cant really say how good vegas is.you just have to go and take it in.you dont even have to enjoy gambling to enjoy.took in a show.the jersey boys.highly recommend seeing this show.im no show goer but what a experience.local shopping outlet fantastic, bargins on all great labels. I WILL RETURN.
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HuBison HuBison
417 reviews
Out of 7 hotels, this is now my FAVORITE hotel!!! Sep 12, 2010
Where should I start! All the good reviews are right, so right, this is one of 6 hotels I have stayed at (and including having seen a suite at 7th hotel, this is by far the best place I have stayed so far!)

Your room is actually a suite, no wait, let me back up to the beginning. A roundtrip shuttle (not hotel specific) from the airport on Grey Lines is only $12. You arrive at the hotel and don't have far to walk to get to the check-in desk (as with some hotels, it feels like you have to walk so far just to get to the check-in desk). Lovely staff, super sweet and mega helpful.

Directions to the room are fairly easy. You walk in and you might just get gitty. The bathroom is gorgeously lavish, the bed makes you wish you could pack it in your bag and take it back home and then there's a living room area. The whole suite has 3 TVs (one in the living room, one in front of the bed, and one in the bathroom). Everything is so comfy. I enjoyed the L-shaped couch in the living room.

The staff are almost too helpful; I asked for one set of towels and they delivered 3. I asked for a box of kleenex and housekeeping delivered it along with a roll of toilet paper (it was just funny cause I only wanted a box of tissues)-they just seem to like extra. My friend forgot her toothebrush and they brought up 2 toothbrushes, 3 mini-tubes of toothpaste, and 2 little bottles of mouthwash. Now, if that aint service, I don't know what is!

Other than the room, the pool and Tao Beach is a great place for the young socialite to go hang out at, but if you don't get there early and claim space, you'll be stuck standing around on the perimeter...it gets realyl crowded! The canal shops are nice and just walking through there, you are mesmorized by the ceiling! There are plenty of restaurants and snack kiosks to choose from. I love TAO nightclub and the DJ at the V bar at night was awesome (at least it was the night we went). As with many of the hotels on the Strip, especially because it is connected to the Palazzo, a lot of walking can be involved, but wear appropriate shoes (sneakers, sandals, etc).

I visit Vegas annually and have been 6 times and each time I go, I like to stay somewhere different, have a different experience, but it is very, very, very tempting to stay here again. Well, actually, I know I will stay here again, I just doubt it will be on my next visit.
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SuperShan1015 SuperSha…
38 reviews
Perfect Vegas Getaway with Italian Vibe Apr 20, 2010
I have nothing bad to say about the Venetian Resort & Hotel in Las Vegas. This is one of my favorite luxury places to stay in Vegas. The concierge service is helpful and staff is extremely accommodating. I was able to get tickets to all the shows I wanted to see. The shopping area & restaurants were great.

I stayed in a large suite which felt more like a house rather than a hotel room. There was a living room, dining room, kitchen, bar, separate bedroom, and two bathrooms.

I would stay here again and recommend it to anyone!
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penne penne
1 reviews
Pretty outside, horrible inside Dec 29, 2010
An extremely over priced hotel with luxury lobbies, roofs and hallways. 6 of us got a Bella suite, the suite looks amazing on their website. The actual room is a lot smaller than we were expected. The washroom took almost 1/5 of the space and it's very nice, that's why I rated it excellent. The bedsheet smelled and felt sticky. One of the TV was broken, they've never tried to fixed it within our 4 days stay. We found out the iron was leaking water right before we hit Tao night club. The water totally ruined the dress my girlfriend wanted to wear that night.

I wouldn't go back ever again.
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portia portia
216 reviews
The Venetian hotel in Las Vegas Oct 16, 2009
The Venetian hotel is all suites, and the rooms are fairly large. The rooms are new, large and comfortable. There are 2 large flat panel TV's and another smaller one in the bathroom. The bed was comfortable. The in-room mini-bar was expensive and weigh-sensitive so you don't want to use it to store anything of your own! The bathroom is also large with a tub and separate shower. The toilet area is dimly lit however, not suitable for reading. The hotel is very lavishly decorated, and there are 2 large pools on the 4th floor, in addition to a sit-in-and-lounge shallow pool and private "beach". Of course the setting of the canals in Venice is a major attraction for the hotel, you can ride the gondola both in front of the hotel, and inside the shopping area where 4 bridges go over the canals. There is a St Mark's square, much smaller than the real one of course, but overall, really pretty nicely done and give a sense of Venice which is somewhere you should go for real someday!

The Bouchon bakery has very good, flaky and tasty croissants and other pastries, perfect for a quick breakfast on the go or take back to the room. Between the Venetian and the Palazzo, the more expensive hotel next door under the same management, there are a lot of restaurants and shopping and things to see!
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seangee seangee
122 reviews
This is The Spot May 04, 2009
I stayed at the Venetian in March 08' and it is by far the best place I've stayed in Vegas. My friends and I were in Vegas to party and gamble on the NCAA tournment.The rooms were huge with two huge flat screen hdtvs in the room and another large tv in the bathroom. This was awesome, not that you spend that much time in the room but this place was great. Our bathroom was quite spacious to say the least. The location is convenient, you can walk right out to the Strip and get on your way. The feel is very up to date. The bars and clubs were tight as well, they would give hotel guest special entry. Even though its a large hotel I never felt that far from anything, it lacked the long walks and never-ending hallways.The service was great and I had no complaints about this hotel at all, top notch all the way.
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mkarinaa mkarinaa
48 reviews
Venetian Aug 22, 2009
Overall the hotel is amazing simply gorgeous BUT I found it to be rather boring. Don't get me wrong the place is packed with things like restaurants, shops and shows, but it just didn't seem as fun as other strip hotels. It is just a luxury hotel which is nice but when you go to Vegas, you want to do something fun, luxury you can get anymore but fun themed hotels are a Vegas specialty. So if you're looking for a luxury stay go with Venetian but if you want something fun and hip stay at one of the themed hotels (TI, Luxor, NYNY etc).

The rooms are great and double the size of the regular Vegas rooms but how much time do you really spend there at $200/night?
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joannacruz joannacr…
2 reviews
Nov 16, 2009
The Venetian is the Place to go in Las vegas..Palazzo is connected together.Both place is beautiful just like you in Venice,YOu wont regret it....dont forget your Cameras...
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Boston_Babe Boston_B…
37 reviews
Great Experience...(but the Casino reeks!) May 09, 2008
We did not stay overnight in this hotel, but we visited while in Vegas, of course. The attractions of the replica of Venice are amazing to see. It can't compare to the real thing, but it's great fun to experience a likeness in the U.S. (we've been to Venice, Italy twice).

The shopping is excellent and although we didn't take a gondola ride, we watched one and the gondolier we saw had the most amazing voice!

We ate at The Grand Lux Cafe which was delicious and a very good value. HUGE menu and great drinks.

While walking around the casino, I noticed the most nauseating odor. It smells like they sprayed way too much cheap bathroom deodorizer to cover up the strong smoke smell. The two smells together were enough to make me ill!

That's the only strike against it...other than that, it's a great experience!
Shopping at the Venetian
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pearcetoyou pearceto…
205 reviews
Luxury on the Strip Jul 06, 2008
As the name implies, this luxury hotel on the Strip in Vegas is reminiscent of the city of Venice in Italy. Recently remodeled and built onto, the hotel is boasted as on of the largest in the world. The Venetian's signature feature is its quarter-mile Grand Canal, a waterway by piazzas and shops on which guests may partake in gondola rides. Performers entertain guests along the Grand Canal's cobblestone walkways. The Grand Canal Shoppes include 80 international boutiques and name-brand outlets. The hotel's casino offers table games, a semi-private high-limit salon, slot and video poker machines, and a luxury race and sports lounge. The five-acre pool deck atop the fourth level of the Venetian tower has three pools, one whirlpool, ten cabanas for rent, cocktail service, and a central bar. I stayed here two years ago for a software convention. Since my company paid the expenses, I enjoyed my stay even more.
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riverwin riverwin
2 reviews
Jan 02, 2008
This hotel and casino is absolutely amazing. The detailed decorations has been carefully selected and it is not the typical Las Vegas hotel filled with tasteless ornaments. Even though the channels are not the longest, one must keep in mind that there is only limited space. The gondola rides are not completely authentic but still a joy. The rooms are very nice and well equipped. Definitely worth a stay.
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Venetian Resort Hotel Amenities

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  • 24 Hour Reception
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  • Multilingual Staff
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  • Full-service catering
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  • Wheel Chair Access
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  • Steam Room
  • Massage
  • Spa & Wellness Centre
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  • Internet Connection (wireless)
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  • Towels
  • Shower
  • En suite
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  • Spa/Jetted Tub
  • Pool Outdoor
  • Cots
  • Poolside Bar
  • Coffee Shop/Cafeteria
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