The Venetian is a 5 star hotel located in the stip at the corner of spring mountain avenue and south Las Vegas boulevard.
Fabulous hotel amazing to walk through and so much fun.Comment of H. Mark , New Zealand the 2016-02-18
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
"Elegant and Fun place to stay"
It is a great place to stay. We got a good price for 2 queen bed suite that had a huge bathroom with both a shower and tub, two sinks, a separate sitting table to apply makeup and water-closet. There is a bedroom with 2 queen beds and proceed down 2-3 stairs to a living / sitting area. Total of 3 TVs in the room. I like the layout of the casino. Most casinos don't have an area to take a break from the gaming area. But there is a food court that provides that respite. The casino is clean and not smokey. Then it is just an escalator away from the great shopping mall filled with performers, canals, restaurants and interesting shops that spans into the Palazzo hotel next door. I would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here for a Conference in July. The rooms were huge and well maintained. The service was excellent there. Our room did have a bit of a musty smell. The food in Vegas was expensive. I would recommend venturing out to find other restaurants.
"Large, Spacious and Luxurious Room"
Probably 700sqft in size. Centrally located from various attractions eg. right across Caesars Forum Shoppes, Fashion Island. Property has nice range of retail and F&B (food courts to fine dining) outlets. Comfortable beds. Only gripe is the water flow from the shower which is on the small side.
"Could be better."
When we arrived at approx 1pm, we were told that our room was not ready and we were asked if we would like to upgrade to a room with a view of the strip. We had been travelling for a long time and we just wanted a room so we agreed to upgrade at $45 per day. This turned out to be over $50 when we checked out. BE AWARE OF THE FRIDGE! It is full of booze with no room to keep your water cool. I made the mistake of moving some items out of the fridge to put some of our water in and the day after, my husband read something that said that all fridge items have to be paid for even if they are put back. We informed reception of my mistake and that I had put the items back, they removed the charges. However, when we checked out they claimed that we had drank 2 bottles of Fiji water. We had not and the receptionist removed the charge. Check your bill before you pay it. THE RECEPTIONIST SHOULD INFORM GUESTS OF CHARGES ON THEIR ARRIVAL. MORE CHARGES: There is also a tray on the surface above the fridge which contains drinks and snacks. Items will be charged even if you are just curious and move the items to look at them. We could have had the fridge emptied for a cost of $50 or we could have paid $25 per day for an extra fridge in the room. We decided to drink warm water. Some places in Vegas do not charge a resort fee, but the Venetian definitely does. This was approx $30 per day, per room. SMALL WARDROBE: There was only a double wardrobe with not many clothes hangers. Three of us were sharing the room for one week and we found the amount of hanging space to be inadequate. I had taken my own hangers but we had to double up our clothes on each hanger and all of the hangers would not fit in the wardrobe. To make the wardrobe even worse is the fact that the iron, ironing board and security safe are in it. There are drawers but they are not full width so they are not very good for laying clothes flat. SMALL SECURITY SAFE: The safe is very small, definitely not big enough for a laptop. It is positioned in the wardrobe, so can be difficult to access when the wardrobe is full of clothes. DUST: Most of the hotel was spotless, but I found dust on surfaces and cupboards in our room. ELECTRIC CURTAINS: There are controls for the curtains and blinds, but they are very small and it is not obvious what they are for. It took us quite a while to figure out why the curtains had an electrical supply. HUGE, GORGEOUS BATHROOM. VERY COMFORTABLE BEDS. LOVELY PLACES TO EAT IN THE VENETIAN: Buddy V's (especially for Sunday brunch), Bouchon restaurant, Grand Lux Cafe (this also has a drink and cake takeaway section). LOVELY PLACES TO EAT IN VEGAS: Virgil's Real Barbecue on the Link (it's the best BBQ food we have ever had), Heart Attack Grill on Freemont Street, RiRa bar bewteen the Luxor and Mandalay Bay (look for Shoppes at Mandalay Bay), Hard Rock Cafe on the strip, Cheesecake Factory in Ceasars Palace.
"Luxury and a real Vegas experience!"
The Venetian is a fantastic hotel at the top end of the strip. Our suite was very well appointed, super clean and comfortable and we had every conceivable facility at our fingertips. Great view too (from 30th floor) If you want a luxury hotel with great shopping and food available book this place!
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