This week was no contest between most searched hotels with my team. I’m not sure if it’s because of Thanksgiving or what, but the clear winner this weekend is The Venetian! This is a local favorite for their FREE PARKING! That means you can have your friends come to visit you in your suite and not worry about them having to pay a fee for staying for over an hour.
The Venetian Luxury Resort in Las Vegas was our most booked, and honestly, I am not surprised. The property is beautiful, The Grand Canal that connects the Venetian to the Palazzo is incredible with all the food options, dessert stops and of course shopping. Not to mention the beautiful Grand Canal and Gondola ride that flows through the center.
Some of my favorite eats here are LAVO for their party style brunch, Delmonico steakhouse for Dinner, and Carlo’s Bakery (the Cake Boss) for dessert. For some fun, TAO is located a short walk from the suites through the Grand Canal, and since it’s still been this weird in the middle warm/cold the Minus 5 Ice Bar is still a super fun place to chill! 🥶🥶
Here’s a bit about what to look out for when booking your suite with us here. The Venetian does charge a resort fee of $45+ tax PER NIGHT not per stay. This is an additional fee on top of what they charge for the suite that you will have to pay upon check-in. My team should mention this before you complete your booking, but it’s always good to know before you even start booking. This is a required fee that they will not waive (unless you are a mega gambler and have achieved one of their elite player’s club tier levels). This is not one of our budget hotels, so you will be looking at a big price tag for this all-suite resort, but their service is generally amazing and the views are exquisite!
Amenities you can expect here depend on the level of suite you book, and the higher the level the better. Right now I’m loving the Prima Suite for the option to entertain friends while still keeping your sleeping space private. There is a full bar setup, as well as a stocked (pay per item) snack bar. Your resort fees pay for access to the Spa and Fitness center for two and 24-hour internet access. That access, however, is also sold in tiers. If you need to do some heavy downloading, uploading or streaming you will need to upgrade your internet access.
Some things that might throw a wrench in your stay are that I am pretty sure none of the rooms have usable refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers or any kind of way to prepare or store food…but to make up for this they do offer a paid 24-hour room service. A lot of visitors are super excited to learn that you can legally buy weed at tons of different places around town, however you are NOT legally allowed to smoke it in your room even if it is a smoking room and if the Resort decides to, they can slap a heavy fine on your stay for this. Edibles are the safest option if you don’t want to have to worry about this and are sold in variety at dispensaries all over town. Some even deliver!
When you are ready to book, my team will be ready to help! You can check for our available rooms and prices for your next travel dates to Las Vegas and lots of other destinations on my booking page, or send me an email to get started.
Have you stayed at the Venetian Luxury Resort in Las Vegas? What was your experience here? Let me know down in the comments or send me a Tweet! I’d love to see your pictures too, tag me on Instagram @NikkiOnVegas.