A visit to Las Vegas is a must in our opinion. It is not just about casinos and gambling. Las Vegas is one of the entertainment capitals of the world with the added bonus of the Grand Canyon only 30 minutes flying time away making it perfect for a day trip. Las Vegas is famous for its glitzy hotels and there are non better than the stunning Venetian.
The Venetian Hotel is a recreation of the Italian city of Venice featuring famous landmarks, winding canals and real gondolas.Behind the facade of the Doge’s Palace, you will find marble floors, hand-painted frescoes and plush furnishings surrounding a 120,000-square-foot casino with 2,100 slot machines, 130 table games, a high-limit salon, race and sports book and a newly expanded baccarat venue with added privacy for VIPS.
There are more than 4,000 suites at the Venetian hotel, ranging in size from 650 square feet to the 6,000-plus-square-foot Chairman suite. Amenities include private bedrooms, bathrooms finished in Italian marble, sunken living rooms, mini bars, dual-line phones with data port, and in-suite fax, copier and printer combos. Free daily newspaper delivery, shoeshine and turndown service are also offered.The Venetian’s new poker room is huge and luxurious and features leather and wood throughout, all in smoke-free environment.
A separate high-stakes area offers butler service and gourmet dining. The room hosts more than 39 tables and a vast array of games suited to both the recreational poker player and the season veteran of the game.The Grand Canal Shoppes, which form part of the Venetian are amazing. They feature such chic boutiques as Jimmy Choo, Dooney & Burke, Mikimoto and St. John Spor.
The Artisti Dell Arte – classically trained singers, actors and musicians from all over the world – perform beneath the sky of the St. Mark’s Square. Here you can catch a ride on authentic Italian gondolas navigated by an opera-singing gondolier.The Venetian’s award-winning restaurants include Delmonico Steakhouse, Piero Selvaggio Valentino, Wolfgang Puck’s Postrio, Canaletto, Taqueria Canonita and Thomas Keller’s Bouchon. Nightlife hotspots include the V Bar and Tao Nightclub.You can also catch a show at the Venetian as the curtain goes up nightly with unique, award-winning shows; do not miss Blue Man Group, Phantom of the Opera, or the multi-talented Wayne Brady.
If you are looking for a great price on a room at The Venetian then we have lots of special offers to tempt you. Give us a call for a price FREE on 0800 433 2300.
For example, the price of a Venetian Luxury King Suite in June 2010 is £104 per room per night.