Venetian All Suite Resort Hotel Casino
3355 Las Vegas Blvd South Las Vegas, NV 89109
Las Vegas Strip
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- Please Note: There is a daily resort fee of $25.00 plus tax. This fee covers the following amenities: daily access to the complete fitness center located inside the Canyon Ranch SpaClub for up to two guests, unlimited in-suite high-speed Internet access, unlimited local and toll-free telephone calls, daily newspaper, free boarding pass printing, one free regular coffee at Cafe Presse and a 2-for-1 well drink, house wine, or domestic beer at La Scena, Oculus, Laguna, Fusion, or Salute lounges. Must be 21 years of age. Management reserves all rights.
826 reviews Venetian All Suite Resort Hotel Casino
4,027 rooms, 36 floors
With such a spectacular setting, it's clear from the minute you arrive that this is an all-suite, five-diamond resort destination with something extra. Located on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip and approximately four miles from McCarran Airport, The Venetian triumphs in recreating the glory of Venice. Suites start at 650 square feet, nearly twice the size as a typical Las Vegas hotel room. The Palazzo is steps away and offers guests more amenities and features to enjoy.
Faithful replications of the Doge's Palace, the Bridge of Sighs, the Campanile Tower, and St. Mark's Square offer awe-inspiring sights and sounds true to the crown jewel of Europe. Don't miss the quarter-mile Grand Canal set in a frescoed sunset sky where gondoliers serenade their passengers on the romantic ride of a lifetime. Features such as the 134,000-square-foot Canyon Ranch SpaClub, the more than 80 international boutiques of The Grand Canal Shoppes, an opulent casino featuring all your table and slot games, a five-acre pool deck, menus created by celebrity chefs including Emeril Lagasse, Wolfgang Puck, David Burke, Thomas Keller, and Mario Batali, and the entertainment of Tim McGraw and Faith Hill - Soul2Soul, and Rock of Ages guarantee every visit to The Venetian will be unforgettable.
(Additional fees may apply to some amenities)
- Internet Access
- Room Service
- Fitness Facility
- All-Suites Property
- Dry Cleaning/Laundry
- Spa Services
- Business Center
- Convention Center
- Meeting Rooms
- Executive Floor
- Interior Corridors
- Wheelchair Accessible
The eagerly anticipated AquaKnox rounds out a cast of impressive restaurants featured on Restaurant Row. Celebrated Chef Tom Moloney's menu sets a new standard of culinary excellence, boasting fresh seafood flown in daily from around the world, including stone crab claws and a superb "raw bar."
B & B Ristorante
Benvenuti! Chef Mario Batali and his partner/ winemaker Joseph Bastianich are bringing their award-winning New York City based Italian restaurant expertise to the other city that never sleeps. B&B Ristorante will feature the duo's acclaimed blend of exquisite Italian food and a casual elegance that âcaptures the soul of an Italian grandmother dancing the tango with pop rock hipstersâ.
Bouchon is the vision of world-renowned chef Thomas Keller, who was named "America's Best Chef" by Time magazine. He is also the sole recipient of consecutive "Best Chef" awards from the prestigious James Beard Foundation. Located in the Venezia tower, Bouchon brings to Las Vegas the top cuisine and service that have made it a Napa Valley institution.
A master of the rotisserie and grill, Chef Gianpaolo Putzu recreates the unique flavors of Venice, drawing from his extensive knowledge and repertoire of regional recipes. Complement your meal with a variety of fresh breads baked throughout the day at Il Fornaio's nearby bakery and a bottle of wine from Canaletto's list of distinctive vintages.
The best steak in town? The answer is simple. If you're a connoisseur of aged beef, order one of the 6-to-8-month-old, dry-aged beauties from Molto Mario's Italian steakhouse in The Palazzo. These steaks alone would qualify Carnevino for our top spot, but it also features Batali's boffo pastas and Italian specialties, most of which take a back seat to none in town. Combine all of this with one of the best Italian wine lists on the planet, and you have the recipe for Las Vegas's greatest steak house.
Steak lovers, rejoice! Master chef Wolfgang Puck's critically acclaimed, award-winning Beverly Hills restaurant is in Las Vegas. The super-chic steakhouse marks the sixth fine dining restaurant in Las Vegas from the Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group, recognized as a leader in revolutionizing the dining landscape of the city.
Owned and operated by renowned Chef Emeril Lagasse, Delmonico Steakhouse delivers soul stirring New Orleans-style cuisine with the signature bold flavors that only Chef Lagasse can offer. Enjoy specialties like in-house, dry-aged bone-in rib steak, Emeril's New Orleans barbecue shrimp, double-cut pork chop, and chateaubriand carved tableside. Handcrafted cocktails and a âGrand Awardâ winning wine list round out the perfect lunch or dinner. The restaurant's design is modern, yet traditional. Its 12-foot oak doors open to reveal a comfortable and intimate setting. Every detail, including vaulted ceilings, a petite grand piano, and handsome-glass French doors accent Delmonico's simple sophistication.
LAVO Italian Restaurant is the latest hot spot from the creators of TAO Asian Bistro, TAO Nightclub & TAO Beach. Located at The Palazzo, LAVO has become Las Vegas' newest celebrity haunt that has already hosted a long list of star studded evenings.
Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro
Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro offers a new dining experience in Las Vegas. With General Manager Chuck Scimeca at the restaurant's helm, Executive Chef J.L.Carrera merges classic steakhouse with unique culinary aspects, including an iced seafood bar, a cheese and charcuterie bar with more than 60 farmhouse and artisanal cheeses from around the world along with handmade salamis and meats, complemented by a more than 60 wines-by-the-glass and more than 400 varieties of French and California wine-by-the-bottle.
Pinot Brasserie (Venetian), conveniently located on restaurant row-directly across from the entrance to The Venetian Meeting Space, serves classic French bistro fare with a West Coast accent. Pinot Brasserie offers the warm, bustling ambiance of an urban Parisian brasserie. Celebrity chef Joachim Splichal traveled to France to find accessories and antiques that provide the perfect backdrop for his signature California-French cuisine paired with an award-winning wine list. With its intimate setting, exquisite cuisine, and a variety of unique spaces that can accommodate groups as small as 16 to parties of 400, Pinot Brasserie is the perfect place to hold corporate and convention dinners, weddings, promotional events and personal celebrations. Dine on a decadent array of fresh seafood, hearty steaks and French desserts, including a not-to-be-missed chocolate soufflÃ©.
Postrio Bar & Grill
At Postrio Bar & Grill, master chef Wolfgang Puck presents a contemporary version of the classic âbar and grillâ in a spectacular setting. The restaurant offers casual fine dining that can be enjoyed either as a relaxed, leisurely experience or as a comfortable, quick-bite."
The name Table 10 is synonymous with the spirit of Emeril's restaurants. This spirit began nearly twenty years ago, at a modest table (numbered 10 on the floor plan) in an unassuming building in the warehouse district of New Orleans. Daily rituals were performed here â reviewing design plans, writing menus, interviewing staff and exploring new ideas â as they prepared for the opening of Lagasse's first restaurant. When Emeril's Restaurant opened its doors on March 24, 1990, every evening ended at table no. 10, and it became a roundtable of lively conversations and a creative environment for new ideas.
The world-renowned New York hotspot and celebrity hangout, exclusively in The Venetian.
Valentino Las Vegas, sister restaurant to multiple James Beard Award-winner Piero Selvaggio's world-renowned Valentino in Santa Monica, is the place in Sin City for an unforgettable food and wine experience.
Zeffirino's glorious history starts in 1939, when Zeffirino Belloni first opened his family restaurant in Genova, Italy. A few years later, his young son stepped into the kitchen and found that he, like his father, had also been blessed with the God-given gift of creating culinary ecstasy.
From the sizzling meats of the robata grill to super-fresh sushi, sashimi and seviche, SUSHISAMBA has something for everyone. Whether it's lunch or dinner, the menu offers a unique blend of fiery Brazilian, zesty Peruvian and fresh Japanese culinary influences. Colorful design and Brazilian beats infuse fun into the one-of-a-kind SUSHISAMBA experience.
Step through the glass facade inspired by the linearity and color of Mondrian and join the SUSHISAMBA energy under a 16-foot ceiling and soaring atrium. Surrounded by curving ribbons of brilliant color, you'll visit Rio's Carnaval by way of video screens peppered throughout the space, losing yourself in artful projections that feature the colors, flavors, and cultures of Japan, Brazil, and Peru.