I had the privilege to be a guest at the Venetian last week of March 2013 where I was just passing 4 days with my girlfriend. It was an experience of utmost perfection, style and luxury. The Venetian definitely dazzled my stay and glowed with perfection. Here's how it goes:
It is located just on the Vegas strip so just walk out any of the exits/entrances and you are in the middle of the action. All places of interest are just 5 minutes on foot (max). Wynn and Treasure Island are very close and the Vegas fashion mall can be accessed through the numerous pedestrian over passes.
The hotel is a complex formed by the Venetian and the Palazzo, both connected internally and externally and just few seconds on foot from one another. The Wallgreens store is in the hotel and can be accessed 24h a day
2- The hotel itself
Luxury, luxury and luxury. This hotel has it all down to the least detail and starts as soon as you get into the main entrance foyer. Just look at the ceiling and see the magnificent paintings all over it. Walk inside and get indulged in a really unique magnificent environment and decor that the Venetian surrounds you with the second you step inside.
Walking its halls is no less of a gorgeous experience, the hotel is luxury designed down to its smallest detail. Replicating Venice, and where the name Venetian probably was derived from, everything is developed to mirror the Italian style and perfection
I booked a suite and compared to many suites I stayed in around the world, the ones at The Venetian definitely comes first place. They are very spacious with a bed room and a living room connected to one another with a small stair case and then opening towards a large window wall with one of the most beautiful views in Vegas.
Rooms are very well equipped with two large LCD Samsung TVs, one in front of the bed and another one in front of a large L shaped sofa in the living room,
Washrooms are also well equipped and everything you need to have a nice wash and clean up is just provided. Make sure you indulge yourself in that large tub, just relax and put the small bathroom TV on.
Loved the service, everybody was so nice and welcoming from the doormen, valets all the way to the front desk officers and room service personnel. Everybody just have a smile on their faces and are ready to help you with any clarification you might have. The concierge service was also very nice, I wanted last minute tickets to a Cirque du Soleil show and they just got them for me at market price.
I paid around $700 for 4 nights and i think it was well worth it. Accommodation is cheap relative to what level and quality of luxury you are provided with. In room dining was somewhat more expensive as a meal for two would cost around $80 and i am talking omelets
I highly recommend the Venetian for ones stay in Vegas. It is a great experience and the hotel is huge and connected to its brother the Palazzo. Together they offer you a whole range of outlets to experience every single style of cuisines, drinks and partying. Make sure you visit Sushi Samba, Lavo and Tao among others.
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April 8, 2013
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