The Venetian Hotel Information
Rooms: 4,027 all suites; 3,014 in the main tower and 1,013 in the Venezia tower.
Casino: 120,000 square feet of gaming featuring 140+ casino table games and over 2,500 slot/video poker machines.
Race & Sportsbook: 80-seat Cantor Race & Sports Book is open 24 hours and equipped with 36 televisions and three big screens.
Poker room: Yes; the biggest in Las Vegas with 59 tables.
Dining: 20+ restaurants plus various quick-bite options at the Grand Canal Shoppes food court.
Attractions: Gondola Rides and Madame Tussauds wax museum.
Shows: Yes, various shows and concerts.
Clubs: Tao Nightclub and Tao Beach Poolclub.
Nightlife: Several bars and lounges.
Shopping: More than 160 shops are located in the Grand Canal Shoppes, a themed mall that runs from The Venetian to Palazzo.
Pool: A five-acre facility featuring three pools and one Jacuzzi is located on level four. There is another pool and three Jacuzzis is at the Venezia Tower. Selected pools are heated to 80 degrees in the winter.
Spa: Canyon Ranch SpaClub features over 90 treatment rooms, a rock climbing wall and a large treatment menu.
Fitness center: 21,000-square-foot fitness center is located within the Canyon Ranch SpaClub.
Wedding chapel: The Wedding Chapel at The Venetian provides various services; weddings can also be performed on the gondolas.
Convention center: 1.9 million square feet of meeting space.
Internet: Yes, high-speed wireless internet access in all rooms.
Business services: Yes.
Accessible rooms: Yes.
Check in: 3 p.m.
Check out: 11 a.m.
Resort fees: $45 (plus tax) per night.
Incidental deposit: $150 per night.
Pets: Not allowed.
Parking: The daily fee for registered hotel guests is $18/day. For non-hotel guests $15 for up to 4-hours and $18 for up to 24-hours (Monday–Thursday) and $23/day (Friday-Sunday). Valet parking is $35/day.
About: Experience the charm of Venice right in Las Vegas. The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino merges the beauty of that aforementioned Italian seaside city with a thoroughly modern elegance. Every detail has been carefully designed to provide you with a memorable stay. That includes the Grand Canal Shoppes, which feature more than 70 boutiques and restaurants, two show theaters and the famous gondola rides. Since opening in 1999, The Venetian has set a new standard for luxury accommodations. The casino is connected to its sister property, The Palazzo, giving guests direct access to even more gaming, dining and entertainment.