Venetian Resort Hotel Casino

Address: 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort, located in the The Strip and Vicinity area of Las Vegas, is near Casino at the Venetian, Casino at the Venetian Resort, Gordie Brown, and Doges Palace.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsVenetian Resort Hotel Casino Las Vegas

      Reviewed by aidand

      Great place

      Reviewed Aug 16, 2014
      by (15 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Good location and all feels smart and clean

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      Reviewed by barclap

      Amazing Scenery

      Reviewed Jun 18, 2014
      by (7 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia


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      Reviewed by jonoscott


      Reviewed Mar 10, 2014
      by (11 reviews) Christchurch , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand


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      Taken at 1:30am
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      Reviewed by vroonen


      Reviewed Dec 3, 2013
      by (7 reviews) , Belgium Flag of Belgium

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      Reviewed by lcgordon

      Only seen a minuscule part of the hotel but v impressed so far!

      Reviewed Oct 24, 2013
      by (14 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      18th floor!

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      His & her sinks!
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      Gondola ride
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      Reviewed by savagesontour

      My word it's late

      Reviewed Oct 11, 2013
      by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      First day of our holiday and we are out having supper. It is twenty past three in London and Maya & Sebastián are still awake. Lolling forward to the BBQ baby back ribs and burger!

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      Reviewed by montalci

      Il re del kitch

      Reviewed Aug 11, 2013
      by (8 reviews) , Italy Flag of Italy

      Ma apprezzabile la capacita' scenografica degli architetti !

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      Reviewed by mutasha


      Reviewed Jul 29, 2013
      by (5 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      They are beautiful

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      Reviewed by gothgoes

      High class and everything you could ever want in a Vegas trip

      Reviewed Jul 3, 2013
      by (6 reviews) Sydney, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

      Huuuuge suite for a reasonable price; great pools, good casino, range of bars and restaurants. Only thing to be warned about is there wasn't a real Vegas buffet but Wynns is next door so it's only a few minutes walk to one that's fantastic.

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      Reviewed by benned

      Great Luxury

      Reviewed Apr 9, 2013
      by (2 reviews) Sydney , Australia Flag of Australia

      As reviewed as Trip Advisor:

      The suite at The Venetian, with its split level bedroom and lounge was perfect for my first time stay on The Strip. Great size, very comfortable, luxury fitout and a great view across to The Mirage.

      The service was efficient - some may think a little distant, but given the size of the hotel that was fine with me.

      My only regret was not having enough time relaxing in the suite - was too busy making the most of Vegas!

      Stayed April 2013, traveled solo

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      Challenge #2: Gondalas
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      Reviewed by nikitravel

      It's what you expect from Vegas - OTT Glam

      Reviewed Mar 6, 2013
      by (11 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      I'm god-smacked by the details put in for the lobby and the room. The room is the size of my apartment back home. Missed out on utilising the pool. The hotel is massive and it took me 10 mins to get from the room to the lobby and always took the wrong turn. Food court in the building is average

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      Reviewed by fizzmizz82

      Just like the real Venice

      Reviewed Dec 17, 2012
      by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      I've been to Venice before and this hotel made me feel like I was back in Venice. The Winter in Venice is fantastic too.

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      Reviewed by eefieenbjorn


      Reviewed May 13, 2009
      by (2 reviews) , Belgium Flag of Belgium

      Fantastic, luxurious and amazing. Beatiful lobby and good service.

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      Reviewed by havervwilltravl

      Gorgeous Room!

      Reviewed Mar 29, 2008
      by (9 reviews) Mammoth Lakes , United States Flag of United States

      This was a first trip together for myself and a new beau and of course we each were looking for something romantic that would impress the other. Our beautifully appointed room at the Venetian was the perfect venue! As is often the case though, the prices on the Strip were outrageous. :P

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      Reviewed by andyanneattwood


      Reviewed Apr 8, 2007
      by (6 reviews) Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Amazing room, shame I was on business.

      Very large room, 2 tv great view.

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      Historical Traveler Reviews Venetian Resort Hotel Casino Las Vegas

      Excellent hotel


      My husband and I stayed in the Veteitan in August 2002. We arrived at the hotel at about 5pm after our flight and they had not got any non smoking basic priced suites left. So we were upgraded to a luxury suite on the 35th floor with excellent views of both sides of the strip. The room had two bedrooms, each with an ensuite bathroom with jacuzi and a steam room shower. We had a huge living room and dining area, 4 toilets and our own sauna. It was the most amazing hotel room I have ever (and probably ever will ) stayed in.The whole hotel complex was beautiful, the casino friendly and the canal shop area was well themed and tasteful. I have always wanted to stay in this hotel and it completely exceeded my expectations. I would recommend it to anyone.

      Overpriced and Poor Service


      I have stayed at the Venetian several times for conventions. I have also been a guest of the Casino. The Venetian is over priced and overhyped. Luckily I've gotten great deals there as I dropped way more in gambling. The service in the hotel is horrible. First of all I check in at the VIP counter. This is great as there is always huge lines at the regular counter. However, the staff at the VIP act like they have a grade 6 education. They always screw something up and seem to be displeased that I'm even there. THe only place where you'll get any service is at the center bar. The senoir bartenders remember you after a few years and are pleasant. Thats where it stops however as the rest of the place from the clerks to the Pit Bosses are total jerks. The hotel isnt that nice either. I've been comped in their suites and while they are huge they are not comparable to nice hotels around the world. The worst part about this hotel is the filth. I've not checked in once without finding hair of some kind stuck in various places in the bathroom. Everytime I have to call the maid up to reclean and everytime she leaves with hair still in the sink and toilet paper balls on the floor. ITs disgusting. No one wants to work in this hotel but they sure want to be given money. Now that I dont have to stay there for conventions any longer I wont set foot in the place. Its a hellhole dressup as a 5 star but a 5 star it is not. Do not stay here for over $150/night. You are wasting your money. ALso eveytime I stayed there I had to contend with unauthorized charges on my credit card. At least $300 is phony charges each time. One time I even taped the doors to the mini bar shut to see if the maid would notice I didnt want to be scammed again. Nope, they charged me that time too for a complete restock of items I didnt even lay eyes on let alone consume. They reversed the charges but what a hassle and dishonesst scam.

      Happy birthday from the venetian


      Although the Venetian is a beautiful hotel, customer service is nonexistent. After making thousands of dollars in made up, unauthorized charges to our credit card, we were unable to access money. They did reverse the charges but only after we had returned to Houston. My birthday celebration weekend in Vegas was a disaster and the Venetian did nothing to help. What they did was illegal.

      Better than The Bellagio


      We split our trip in November, 2 nights at The Bellagio (3rd time) & 2 nights at The Venetian. The Bellagio's service level is not as before. Our stay at The Venetian was much more enjoyable - outstanding service; accessability to The Canyon Ranch Spa Club services; & more user friendly than The Bellagio. The Venetian has my business from now on...matter of fact, we've booked ourselves to fly from Hawaii to The Venetian again in March. The Venetian is undoubtedly my first choice for Las Vegas!

      Luxurious and great staff.


      As a travel agent, I have stayed in many places. This hotel exceeded my expectations. The staff was very friendly. The valet and taxi stand service was great. The restaurants both in the hotel, and in the canal shopping area were 1st class. Live entertainment in the casino bar was fabulous. Drink service while gambling was fast. This is a first class hotel, so expect to pay for 1st class dining. It was well worth it.

      If I could be in Love with a hotel...


      I have stayed at The Venetian twice. The first time for 3 nights. After the scenic taxi ride from the airport, arriving at this hotel was wonderful. The decor of the taxi pick-up/drop off area alone is enough to awe you. The lobby is phenomenal. Service was incredible. I was worried that I paid too much for my stay ($299 for my first weekend night), but found that it was well worth it. I reserved a king room, but was asked if I wanted to upgrade since a bigger room was available. Of coarse, I jumped on this offer.

      The shops (mall), the 14 or so restaurants - the convience can't be beat. You never really have to leave the hotel. I stayed on the 28th floor - gorgeous view, clean room, awesome bathroom and comfortable beds. So comfortable. When I left I knew I would return.

      I received promotional coupons in the mail that offered me stays at the rate of $99 per night. This rate is a STEAL! I was there in May 2002 (87 degrees) and plan to go back in 2003. Can't get enough!

      Sincerely, 25 year old hotel critic!



      My wife and I stayed here with a great rate for 2 nights. We had heard great things about it and we were not disappointed. The service was excellent-they couldn't get us a high up room but we did get a pool view room. The rooms are all suites-very comfortable beds, a wonderful sitting area-2 TV's, a great marble bathroom with glass enclosed shower and sunken tub.

      The canal area is very nice with great Italian music playing and the casino was the cleanest and most smoke-free that we found. We walked through every other hotel on the strip and there is no place I would stay when we go back!!

      Wonderful Hotel at a Great Price


      In order to take advantage of a great rate, we wound up

      splitting our time between the Venetian and Rio Suites. This review is for the Venetian. Do not confuse the two....there is no comparison.

      From the moment we drove up to this fantastic hotel, we

      were treated with excellent service. The bellmen not only

      helped unload our luggage, but also assisted my 81 year old

      mom from our minivan and pushed her wheelchair into the

      lobby. Upon check-in we were asked if we would prefer two

      queen beds rather than the single king suite we had

      reserved at the disount price of only $99. The 2 queen suite had been available for $149/night, when we made the

      reservation, but we had chosen to go with the less expensive rate. But they upgraded us for free when we checked in!

      The staff were pleasant and polite and the dining choices ran the gamut from gourmet to Krispy Kreme.

      A first class experience at a first class hotel.

      Huge property... Nice rooms... Overpriced...


      My boyfriend and I stayed one night at the Venitian, and I was not too impressed. The rooms are nice, but I thought they would be nicer considering the money you pay for their rooms. The property is too big... we couldn't even find the pool.... We've stayed at almost every resort on the strip in Las Vegas, and I think the Venitian is the most overpriced for what you really get, its nice, but overpriced.

      Best Hotel on Vegas Strip


      Its obvious the the Vegas Strip is full of amazing resorts and casinos, but after staying at the Venetian Hotel, I can honestly say that this is the hotel to stay in while experiencing Las Vegas. The rooms are spacious and luxurious. The casino is beautiful and when walking around, you truly feel that you are in Venice Italy.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Venetian Resort Hotel Casino Las Vegas

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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