Break out the sunglasses and be prepared to hear the sounds of the flashing lights upon arriving at The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. Here guests are treated like celebrities by being provided with the best. There’s no such thing here called a “hotel room” instead every dwelling is called a suite with a bedroom and ensuite living room. The reason for that is simple because space at the Venetian is a luxury and therefore twice the amount is provided. Luxurious touches such as Italian Marble and soft lighting reflect the Old World elegance of the hotel. The anchor suites are Luxury, Bella and Grand. Under Grand there are three specific suites are Rialto, Prima, and Piazza.
For an even more VIP experience, the Venetian Tower suites are the exclusive offerings located in the corner section of the hotel that provide solitude and peace. Food choices are in abundance at the Venetian with cuisines that appeal to a variety of tastes. For those looking to dine like Hollywood’s elite there are world class restaurants created by celebrity chefs including John Kunkel, Emeril Lagesse and Wolfgang just to name a few. There are also five bars and lounges like The Dorsey and the Electra Cocktail Club that have an intriguing décor matched with a variety of potent libations to get the party started. Nightlife is covered at The Venetian from TAO Nightclub to Rosina, which continue to be hotspots on The Strip.
There are numerous shows that are always playing at The Venetian. While it may be known for its glitz and glamour, the holidays are not forgotten. A highlight for the holidays is the Rockin’ Holiday Jukebox by Human Nature which a series of shows celebrating the holiday season from November 27th to December 23rd.
The Palazzo hotel, a neighbor of the Venetian, gives the sense of sophistication based on the architectural layout and décor of each suite. Just like the Venetian every hotel room is a generously sized suite of varying sizes. There are the Luxury, Bella and Grand suites. Under the Grand Suites branch there are the Fortuna, Siena, and Lago suites. The Penthouse Suite confirms beyond a shadow of a doubt the definition of what it means when luxury and elegance are intertwined. The colors are rich making each room appear fuller to the eye. Each suite has a fabulous décor along with panoramic views of the strip seen from the large windows. There are also suites designed specifically with business travelers in mind such as the Presidential and Chairman Suites.
There are plenty of places to dine while staying at the Palazzo. Be the first to taste and experience The Factory Kitchen which is the brainchild of two friends Restaurateur Matteo Ferdinandi and Chef Angelo Auriana. If you are looking for Asian cuisine, be sure to visit SUSHISAMBA or Mott 32. Carnivores can get their steakhouse fix at Cut or Morels Steakhouse & Bistro.
As the Venetian and Palazzo are connected, guests of both hotels are able to meet in the shared spaces of the 10 swimming pools and as well as the bars & lounges and shops just to name a few. For the art and architecture lover there are curiosities to keep a connoisseur’s interest. When it comes to games there are more than enough ways to gamble in style that meets your needs whether you are looking to go solo or with friends.
Both hotels have the ability to cater to all your needs to make a fulfilling trip and it may all begin with requesting concierge for assistance. Because from the moment you arrive you are more than simply a guest, you are a headliner.