Experience La Dolce Vita with a touch of Vegas at The Venetian Resort
“Imagine the audacity of building a city of marble palaces on a lagoon – and that was just the beginning.” This phrase was written about Venice, as in the maritime superpower and cultural depot that flourished in northeastern Italy in the Middle Ages, but it applies very well to the Venetian Resort Las Vegas.
In a through and through interpretation of the 21st century, The Venetian brand – a collective of valued all-suite towers – keeps the Italian spirit of La Dolce Vita alive. Each tower fulfills different priorities of the guests. Great design sensibility is paired with warm hospitality, sophistication and sheer passion for life to gondola rides, the Grand Canal with luxury boutiques and the fizz of the Prosecco cocktail scene.
The Venetian offers refinement without the rules; A carefree luxury that offers every single guest a fully integrated resort experience on an epic scale. Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, each tower offers sleek all-suite accommodations (between 650 and 720 square feet, almost twice the size of your average hotel room in the neon city), a king-size bed and oversized bath, and a striking sunken Living room.
Thanks to the daily take-away breakfast menu (perhaps a double-stacked sandwich or an American classic with eggs and hash browns in style), sample the diverse activities and experiences of the exclusive hotel Want the World Program.
This may include a massage at the Canyon Ranch Spa + Fitness; a curated menu of typical Chinese dishes at Mott 32; a red velvet cake batter CrazyShake at Black Tap; a 12-course tasting menu at the Yardbird Southern Table & Bar; and a tequila master class in Chica.
In the context of the Venetian Resort Las Vegas, “Collective” is a catchphrase. On one level, it represents the magical blending of the facets of Italy represented by the individual hotel towers: the bustling splendor of a Venetian cultural center, the refined personal service of a Milanese royal palace and a relaxing retreat in an artistic Florentine nature vacation.
On another level, it’s the trio of new bars that are redefining cocktail culture in Las Vegas. The cocktail collective includes three nightlife spots, The Dorsey, Rosina and Electra Cocktail Club. In 2018, Condé Nast Traveler named the Venetian and the Palazzo as the best hotels in Las Vegas. Celebrity Radio UK described the Palazzo accommodation as “divine … elegant, spacious, perfectly designed and the epitome of decadence, indulgence and luxury”.
Within the entire tribute to Italy there is a veritable aquatic empire of pools, each with its own energy. The Palazzo offers a refined take on the poolside lounge with private cabanas. At The Venetian, TAO Beach Club offers the hottest daytime experience in Las Vegas.
During the day, guests can reserve a luxury cabana with air conditioning, HDTV screens with game consoles, WiFi, and bespoke minibars. You will definitely feel pampered when the staff offers to clean your sunglasses and have you massaged. Asian-inspired day beds are dotted around the 18,000 m² oasis, which also includes a 30-foot bar where guests can enjoy TAO tins and TAO jitos made with fresh, exotic ingredients.
When night falls, you’ll find yourself in an open-air nightclub with pillars of fire and energetic music from guest DJs. Bring the night with you … gaming at The Venetian is alive and at The Palazzo it is quiet.
Long live Las Vegas
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