The Venetian is a 5 star hotel located in the stip at the corner of spring mountain avenue and south Las Vegas boulevard.
This is the first time I used Prestigia and was very impressed. I had friends staying at this hotel and they paid more for their room. I also recieved free breakfast with my room, and friends did not. I highly recommend using Prestigia to anyone making reservations.Comment of D. Janice , United States the 2016-02-11
This hotel is beautiful. Love the valet parking.Comment of R. June , United States the 2016-02-03
Very nice room. Extra fees are outrageously high.Comment of P. Angela , United States the 2016-02-02
It's good to stay here through Prestigia. Thank you.Comment of C. Ling Yin , Taiwan the 2016-01-28
Beautiful hotel. All suites. No small rooms. Great service. Fabulous expensive restaurants and affordable food courts. Right in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip.Comment of L. Khalid , United Kingdom the 2015-12-21
Wonderful!Comment of A. Daniel , United States the 2015-12-21
We decided to stay an extra day and Mandalay Bay wasn't willing to work with us, so we always wanted to see the Venetian and were able to get a suite at a good price. The room was gorgeous and comfortable. Venetian will be are first choice next time.Comment of T. Todd , United States the 2015-03-03
Absolutely beautiful Very grand. More than we expected Location was great. Didnt have time to use the facilities, (it was a short stay), the pool and garden area looked superb. Would definitely book again for a longer stayComment of Y. Nahit , Australia the 2014-10-23
Very Nice hôtel ! Good localisation ! Good services! I Will return again!Comment of M. FATIMA-ZOHRA , France the 2014-10-02
Amazing hotel, very clean and the offering is tremendous with all the shops and restaurants.Comment of B. Diana , Germany the 2014-08-26
FabulousComment of B. Robyn , Australia the 2014-06-30
Beautiful hotel with excellent amenities. Will go again.Comment of H. Naveen , United Kingdom the 2014-05-14
"Absolutely grand! "
Although we had booked accommodations for up to 4 people, I was still pretty surprised that we were actually given a suite! There were 2 queen-sized beds that were so plush and comfortable, a sunken living area with sofas big enough to entertain maybe 5 more guests, 3 TV sets - one in the living area, one in the bathroom and another one in the bedroom. The bathroom was huge, with a wide shower area, bath tub, a separate powder area with mirror, where you can put on makeup - away from the sink. The toilet was also separate. Wifi was pretty good. It came free with our booking. At USD894.40 covering air fare from Newark and back, along with accommodations, I'd say it was a pretty sweet deal. Since there were 2 of us, we each paid just US447.30. The only thing I didn't like was that there was a USD25 resort fee per night as it came as a surprise, but I suppose with all the space and accommodation you're granted access to, it's not that expensive. There were a lot of high-end designer shops, restaurants, and beautiful grounds to see within the hotel. The concierge were also pretty friendly and knowledgeable, so in case you want to ask about stuff to do, you simply fall in line and talk to them. If there wasn't so much to see and do in Las Vegas, I wouldn't have minded just staying in the hotel, though. I had a very comfortable stay and loads of fun - even though I don't actually gamble.
"Lovely complex but noisy and mall style"
In LV you either get gorgeous hotels with no casinos, clean and luxurious or huge mall complexes with smoky casinos and promising hotels. Venetian is in the second category. Glam and colorful kind of Roman- Greek style. Rooms are spacious and nicely decorated, but a bit overused and corridors are also old and smelly. The entrance is weird as you check in and you have to walk through a smoky casino to get the elevators to your floor. There is security almost everywhere but you have all kind of tourists....if you like living in a mall, glam style and you do not mind smoky entrances you will be ok. Most of all the known hotel complexes are like this in LV. We had tried both styles. That is we also stayed just in a hotel on the strip. Which we loved it...better than the mall style. What we enjoyed in Venetian complex is : the Venezia pools ( not the Venetian) that is the tower "next door" and the amazing French restaurant in there : " Le Bouchon"
"upgrade to a suite on arrival was well worth it!"
We have only stayed in 2 hotels in las vegas, this one and the monte carlo. The difference is immense. The venetian is by far more modern, clean and upmarket. The little things have all been addressed by the venetian, to a standard which is worth paying their prices for. Only downside, the shower could be a little more powerful. Would definitely stay here again when back in Vegas. we didn't see a king room as we upgraded when we checked in for a reasonable amount. but i would imagine they are as good a level of cleanliness and modernity as the suites.
"My favorite place to stay"
The room was amazing I think we were on the 24th floor we had amazing views of Vegas. My Bestest friend ever and I went together because she moved to Vegas, so we got a King size suite to celebrate her new adventure. The bed was the most comfortable bed I have ever slept on. The dog thought so too. Normally after a night out the dog would park if she heard us come back to the room but she wasnt even phased she lifted her head and laid it back down like "cool your back this bed is comfy" haha The main pool was pretty packed so we enjoyed a much quieter scene up at the garden pools. Whenever we go down to the strip we park at the venetian and start from there we love it!
"Excellent- you must see this building "
Incredible decor and design. Venice is perfectly recreated inside these walls. I was honestly speechless and staggered around slack mouthed in awe of these surroundings. Extremely well designed and extremely well put together. Gaming - Houses all the popular and great things a casino would house. So many places to eat. If there is one place you go to in Vegas, make it the Venetian.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM