I had had an e-mail offer of a suite in the Venetian for $118, so booked it. We drove into town from our ocndo, and valet-parked the car. It was a bit of a hike from the valet parking to the front desk, but our check-in was quick and easy. We made our way up to our suite on the 18th floor of the Venezia Tower, and on opening the door the first reaction was a true "Wow!". We had a huge luxurious marble bathroom, with a deep bath, a separate shower, two washbasins a separate loo (with its own phone!) and - wow - a 19" LCD TV in the bathroom.
We had a huge comfy bed - one of the most comfortable I have ever slept in - with a 32" LCD TV on the opposite wall, then down three steps to the living area, with a huge L shaped sofa, an armoire with yet another 32" TV and a minibar, a desk with our own dedicated fax line. This was - to us - luxury with a capital L.
After a mere 10 minutes or so of exploring our suite we asked ourselves "why are we only here for ONE night?" so we returned to the front desk and extended our stay for a second night at the same price.
As part of the deal we also got $50 in free slots play and $30 off the bill at Woo restuarant (actually in the Palazzo next door).
In the event, our points clocked up on the Grazie players card not only got us another $30 of free slots play but our second night was comp'd free to us.
Travel operator: Virgin Atlantric
We stayed on the 31st floor, with 3 flat screen tvs. there are many different pools.
The only thing i would say, is the pool areas were crowed if you wanted to be right by the pool, and the very comfy sunbeds are squashed together.
The spa was amazing, and there are good deals on the spa if you book it at the beginning of your stay.
The rooms were pure luxury, the location was spot on right in the middle of the strip. The staff were a little pretentious thouggh!
we paid $835 for thu,fri,sat in august.
Just book it, you will love it!. Enjoy
Travel operator: none
The bathroom was massive with twin marble sinks, a huge deep bath, separate shower and toilet all with gold taps. It was immaculate with loads of thick, fluffy towels.
The sleeping area had a king size bed with drapes above and two bedside tables. The bed had a duvet and bedspread.
There were two steps down to the sitting area with a sofa, two armchairs, desk with fax machine, coffee table, occasional table, dining table and chairs. There was a TV in each area and lots of lights. There was a mini bar in the armoire which housed the TV and both spirits and wine glasses. The armoire in the sleeping area had a safe. There were three phones, including one in the toilet.
The view was of the Wynn hotel and golf course and the mountains in the distance. We could have upgraded to a strip view room, but declined.
There are two pools areas, one in the Venetian Tower and one in the Venezia Tower. Both were spacious and beautifully landscaped. All the loungers had white mattresses and were very comfortable. There were also hot tubs. The pool in the Venetian Tower was only open until 4pm with it being out of season, but the one in the Venezia Tower was open until 10.30pm.
Cocktail service in the casino was very good and they served Smirnoff Ice as a comped (free) drink unlike some other casinos.
There are several fine dining restaurant, none of which we tried. The food court is very good and there is a Grand Lux Caf
Travel operator: Booked Direct
It is in a very good position on the strip. Look out for special deals from their own web site.
IT is very ornate and opulent and is great for spoiling yourself in splendid comfort.
Each suite has at least two televisions a sitting room which is a step down from the bedroom area.
The bathrooms are vast with a shower bath and separate WC. Double sinks and the maids replenish the toiletries daily.
There is a turn down service each evening and the security is very good. The hotel cannot be compared to any other in Las Vegas.
Travel operator: Virgin
Don't bother to read anymore reviews, just book and go!!
Biggest room I have ever stayed in and we got to watch the pirates battle at TI each night.
Words cannot do this place justice.
Travel operator: Virgin
I think it's the only hotel in the world where even the most basic room is a suite. Our room was exactly as you see on their website. The bathroom was enormous with 2 sinks and loads of freebies. The whole place was immaculate, but I think it is still one of the newest hotels on the strip. Our room was also very high up with spectacular views.
The food was excellent from food courts to high class restaurants. We ate at the hotel almost every lunch time and night time and we never ate in the same restaurant. We felt like film stars with the waitress service by the pool.
The hotel is like a small town itself, but is in a great location for the popping into the other hotels or going to the huge shopping mall over the road.
The staff were lovely, very friendly and helpful. We treated ourselves to room service more than once and only felt guilty leaving so much leftovers as the portions were so huge.
The casino is fantastic and so is the shopping, I was a bit too embarassed to be serenaded on the gondolas though.
We've been very spoilt staying in this hotel as now we compare all holidays to The Venetian. Can't wait to go back there, hopefully next year!
Travel operator: Trialfinders
The hotel is huge but the service and attention to detail are second to none.
The hotel is designed to look like venice with waterways and gondolas, you can get married in one if you choose! The rooms are huge with either one king or 2 double beds and a massive bathroom, all rooms are suites and have a seperate seating area, request a room with a view of the strip, at night it is magnificent!!
There are plenty of places to eat in the hotel with options for casual breakfast to a la carte.
If I return to vegas in the near future I would not hesitate to stay at the Venetian again...
Travel operator: Thomas Cook Signature
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