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"We travelled as a family of 12, with older adults and young kids, and everything about our stay at this hotel was fantastic."
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144 travelers have booked today.
350 meters to public transportation
Located in heart of Las Vegas (NV)
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
|Value for money||8.4|
|Nearest airport||McCarran International Airport (LAS)|
|Distance to airport||4.4 km|
Check-in is from 03:00 PM, and check-out is until 11:00 AM. You may request early check-in or late check-out during booking, subject to availability. Guests checking in or out before or after the designated periods may be charged an additional fee. The resort offers luggage storage to guests for before check-in and after check-out. The front desk is always open, day or night.
The Venetian Resort is easy to access from the airport. In fact, you can even book your airport transfer in advance for greater peace of mind with the additional charge of 9 USD. Just use the "Let us know what you need" section of the booking page to let the resort know you want a ride, and they will contact you via the Agoda messaging service. For those who wish to drive their own cars, The Venetian Resort has a car park right on site for maximum convenience. Parking is free for guests. You can drive in and park yourself, or use valet service offered at the resort. If you're looking for an easy way to get around Las Vegas (NV) with private transportation, the resort can arrange both taxis or car rental.
The Venetian Resort does permit smoking in some areas and is not 100% smoke-free.
"Best location in las vegas and hotel environment is awesome"
March 2, 2020
"Great location with lots of restaurants inside."
January 11, 2020
"Thus, the value for money was great."
March 14, 2020
Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, The Venetian Resort Las Vegas features all-suite accommodations, exquisite restaurants, world-class entertainment, and shopping. The luxury resort offers elegant suites, ranging in size from 650 to 720 square feet that are nearly double the size of the average Las Vegas hotel room. The Venetian is home to restaurants from celebrated chefs including Thomas Keller, Emeril Lagasse, Lorena Garcia, and Buddy “Cake Boss” Valastro. An ode to cocktail culture, The Dorsey serves innovative craft cocktails in an upbeat environment and Rosina, a lavish cocktail retreat, fills Champagne flutes at the push of a button. The resort also features Canyon Ranch® Spa + Fitness, a full-service spa offering massages, rejuvenating body treatments, a hair and nail salon, and health club. Above, on the rooftop, a five-acre pool and garden deck has swimming pools, spa tubs, cabanas, and The Aquatic Club, a pool experience that offers privacy and style with a twist. TAO Nightclub, one of the most alluring social hotspots in the city; the Grand Canal Shoppes® retail and dining mecca; and a 120,000-square-foot casino and poker room round out the all-encompassing resort experience.
"Had an excellent stay at the Venetian during the JCK show in..."
September 6, 2019
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-1 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib available upon request
Children 2-12 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Extra beds may be requested directly from the property; additional charges may apply
Guests 13 years and older are considered as adults
Extra beds may be requested directly from the property; additional charges may apply
Extra beds, if available, are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.
The Venetian Resort
West of The Strip
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Luxurious feeling on the Strip”
We stayed on the Venetian just for one night. The check in process was fast, even though it was very busy. The room we were given was luxurious, clean and huge. Considering this is the Strip, the price paid was good (220 euro including the resort fee). The hotel itself is impressive imitation of Venetian architecture, with ceiling paintings and all. The casinos and shops are as good as any on the Strip, you'll have fun if that's your thing. The shows in other resorts were more interesting to us. The location is amazing, at the heart of the LV Strip. So park your car and walk to enjoy Vegas by night.
The best hotel on the strip”
As this was our 5th trip to Vegas we thought we would splash out and spend a week at the Venetian. It was, by far, the best hotel we have used and that includes the Bellagio! Even the lowest priced suites are twice the size of similar hotel rooms in the 5 star class. Check in was quick and check out even quicker despite the email/text system not working. Concierge was extremely helpful, room was spotless and location is ideal for shows and restaurants. $45 per night resort fee is a tad excessive but most hotels charge a similar amount these days. Our only disappointment was the main pool being shut and having to use the very smart but extremely busy Palazzo hotel pool via the 4th floor walkway. Only shaded on the nearside in the morning so unless you want to sit in the blazing sun, options are a bit limited. A few umbrellas and some shade cloth would work a treat! Altogether a great stay and well worth doing at least once when you visit Vegas.
Everything went well, rooms were clean, huge and spacious. The hotel is located on the casino strip, and is also near shopping destinations like the Las Vegas Premium Outlets as well as Fashion Show Mall. Awesome restaurants in the hotel as well such as Table 10 by Emeril Lagasse. However, i realised that in Vegas, there is no need to spend so much on hotel rooms as on my previous trip, i stayed in Excalibur which was MUCH cheaper than Venetian, and the room is equally huge - just slightly less "luxurious" looking.
Fantastic resort with great rooms”
We booked this hotel after staying at the Flamingo and we were greatly surprised by the quality we found here at the Venetian. The room was a luxury suite and had a great view of the Vegas skyline, a huge bathroom, comfortable bed, large sitting area, and an automated window shade. The resort was huge, we got lost in the casino every time we went through over the three days we were there. The pools were packed but clean and the food choices were never-ending. There was also a CVS pharmacy attached to the resort which was very nice to be able to stock up on snacks and drinks without paying the resort prices. We will definitely be returning to the Venetian!
Sometimes the little things matter”
Nice pretty suites offered by Venetian Resort Hotel Casino present a little oasis of peace and transquility in crazy Las Vegas. However, do bear in mind the 25USD per day resort fees that offer you wifi, access to pool and gym as well as daily newspaper that has to be self collected from various outlets in this mega resort. What we were particularly disturbed by is the delivery charge of about 5~6 USD for their staff to bring up a hot water kettle, because coffee making facilities are not available in the room. There has got to be places in Las Vegas that offer luxury that is more value for money.
First time in Vegas. Perfect hotel for foodies.”
The Venetian was amazing in many ways. This property is joined to The Pallazzo which is also stunning. The Italian vibe continues not just with decor, gondolas, but also restaurants and much more. The quality of shops and eateries is top notch compared to other hotels. Prices at some fine dining restaurants can be overpriced but not all. Various happy hour deals were great. Pools and gym were great. We don't gamble so nice to have other options. Vegas has so much to offer. On a par with New York for choices and shows. October weather was great. No humidity and still warm enough to not need a light jacket. Vegas is definitely a walking city like NYC. Exploring what each hotel has to offer was fun. Would definitely stay at this hotel again.
Best place on the strip!”
I got to Vegas at least once a year and I always stay at The Venetian or Palazzo (both are owned by the same company). The Venetian is the ideal classic hotel for Vegas - it is in the middle of the strip and convenient to a Walgreens and other fun hotels! The decor inside is beautiful - truly feels like you are in Italy! The food is great and there are 24/7 food courts available along with The Grand Luxe Cafe. The Palazzo is not too far of a walk and it is also a beautiful hotel to be at. Everyone is friendly and accommodating .
The best hotel and location in Vegas”
The room was spectacular with ours over looking the pool. We visited every casino/hotel and the Venetian was clearly the most smoke free. Most hotels we visited continually smelt of smoke everywhere even in the nonsmoking areas, but we found this not to be the case at the Venetian. It has a good variety of cafes and restaurants and an extensive shopping mall. the staff were very helpful. The hotel will put you on a lower floor and then for a fee will offer to move you up higher and overlooking the strip - who stays in the room anyway. The wifi was included in their resort fee and worked well. We found the location ideal. The hotel and room was very clean and modern.
There are so many hotels to choose from in Las Vegas, so when I booked the Venetian I really didn't know what to expect. But from the moment I walked up to the checkin desk I knew I had made the right choice. It was so beautiful, the checkin was smooth, the room was even better than the pictures and the location was perfect in the Strip. It may be a little more expensive than the other hotels but worth every cent, I would certainly stay there again.
Beautiful Hotel In Great Location”
We stayed at the Venetian Resort for two nights. The basic delux room we booked was great and had all the required conveniences. The room was large, clean and was befitting of the price we paid. The hotel is situated in a great location, on the northern end of the strip. The shopping centre and casino located in the Venetian were both styled elegantly, making the casino and shops an experience to explore in itself. We used the pool facilities only once, but in hingsight should have spent more time there as they were really nice facilities.
The best romantic stay for a couple”
The hotel looks luxury as in the halls as inside the suite. We got large room divided into two parts. there were two large TV panels in one room and small TV in the bathroom. our suite was well equipped for comfortable stay and work - there even was a printer and pack of paper. Casino in a Venetian hotel is the similar to the ones in every hotel in Las Vegas downtown. The price for rooms is really reasonable and include even valet parking and help with the luggage (tips are up to you).
Great location and super large rooms”
Love staying at the Venetian when I visit Vegas. It's new (rooms are recently refurbished), right smack in the middle of the strip, yet doesnt come with a crazy price tag. There is also plenty to do in the hotel and the adjoining mall such that there is no need to even venture outside the hotel if that is what you prefer. All rooms are suites and they are fantastic sized. Beds are also super comfortable. Will definitely be back!
Fantastic hotel at amazing price”
The hotel looks amazing - just like Venice! I've stayed at the Venetian in Macau and this one is just as good. Our room was large and comfortable. We had a fantastic meal in one of the many great restauarants. We enjoyed wondering around the streets and canals. The price - like most hotels in Las Vegas - is fantastic for what you get. Free valet parking. Overall, I can't really fault it. I enjoyed it and my 7 year old son enjoyed it.
Great Hotel in Vegas”
The Venetian is not the newest hotel/Casino in vegas but I still consider it one of the nicest. all the rooms are suites with large beds, sitting areas and very nice decor. The hotel has everything you could want including lots of restaurants, gambling, shows, shopping, etc. I recommend the Venetian to anyone wanting a memorable experience in Las Vegas. The cons to the Venetian - It is expensive and not just the room. Water is a bottle, the tables in the casino start around, restaurants are pricy. If you like to gamble, go out to the small casino next to the hotel and gamble there, less crowded and cheaper tables. Go to a store outside the hotel and stock up on drinks.
Splash out & stay in the heart of the LV Strip”
if you're going to vegas you have to stay on the strip! and the venetian is in the heart of it all! it was so nice to escape the heat, hustle & bustle in our lovely, spacious, quiet room. be aware you will need to also pay the $/ day resort fee but its worth it for the fantastic service & awesome pool area. we had a fun night out at the on-site tao nightclub too.
Beautiful hotel and friendly staff”
We stayed at the Venetian from a Wed- Sunday with our extended family. Mom, sister, husbands and older teens- the works. Wed- Thursday it was ideal for our visit. The rooms all have a living area just far enough away from the beds to make it possible for the teens to watch TV in their beds and the adults could hang in the living area to discuss the day's plan. There are so many different places to eat that some could hit the food court for a quick pizza while others lounged at a nice Italian cafe. There are even take out options if you need food for a limo as we did. When a loud crazy party kept my mom awake at 2 am on Thurs security handled it right away. There's a Walgreens near the front that stocks everything you can imagine - all reasonably priced. Like cosemetics, food, Vegas gifts and even alcohol in every size. BUT on Fri & Sat the place turns into a mecca for the 20 somethings. There's a beach club during the day and a night club that attracts bachelor/bachelorette parties from all over the USA. Don't bother calling security - all they will say is "sorry we're too busy" and offer to comp you something. They have their hands completely full dealing with the amateur hour drinking and half dressed drunks EVERYWHERE day and night! And the crowding is incredible- plan on waiting everywhere- even if you think eating at 5:30pm will avoid the crush- it won't! So two completely different experiences wrapped into one stay.
Best hotel on the strip”
Oh my god what can I say. The Venetian and Palazzo made me feel like a princess. The Rialto suite was beautiful, bed so comfortable and the bath was so lovely and deep even my 6ft2 husband could fully submerge. We had a high floor and the view was incredible. Stay away from room service though as because with added fees and delivery charge etc my two cups of coffee and a latte came to $30 eek. But we just went to the Starbucks right downstairs after that. Not only is this the most beautiful hotel I have ever slept in, in my opinion it’s actually the best casino. Most on the strip and low ceilings and low lighting, but the Venetian is bright with high ceilings and chandeliers. Feels like a different class. It’s a must stay.
Lovely well themed and well presented hotel”
This hotel is huge and along with the adjoining Palazzo has about 7000 rooms. The rooms are well appointed. There are multiple pools and many activities to do within the complex which has many restaurants, bars, shows, and casino of course. Check-in check out can get congested at times, but this is typical of Las Vegas. It has a brilliant indoor canal with shops along a promenade lining it while little bridges cross it. You can have a gondola ride along the canal which is quite long. The location of this hotel complex along the strip is good with access to the fashion mall diagonally across the strip and accessible via a pedestrian bridge. The staff are very friendly. All in all a great hotel.
Great location with excellent service”
This is the 2nd time we stayed here, Room is excellent, and on in first night, we dine in Dal Toro Ristorante which has a marbled entrances, classic furniture, and European contemporary artwork and atmosphere that is stylish, classic chic. We dine on a patio that overlooks the Las Vegas Strip, and the meals itself were unique, tasty and very delicious . Also location wise it's in the core of the Strip near so many major hotels and this made it a short walk to get to all the shows we were interested in.
Fantastic Hotel & Fun Palace”
First impressions when we arrived was like stepping in to a palace. We were greeted by friendly helpful staff. Bit of a trek from the lobby to the room, you needed to follow the signs carefully or you would easily get lost. The room was easily the best we have ever stayed in, it was very spacious and very nice size beds that were very comfortable. The food was of the highest standard and there were different cuisines to choose from. The staff in the casino area were also very friendly and the service was very good. We would most definately stay at this hotel if we were to come back to Las Vegas.