This article will be discussing one of the best hotels in Las Vegas, Nevada. The “Entertainment Capital of the World” has an abundance of upscale four and five star resorts complete with premium retail stores, classy casinos, exclusive spas, and gourmet restaurants. However, I will only be writing about ONE in particular. America’s gambling mecca attracts several million tourists annually. If fine dining, high stakes gaming, and world class entertainment is your thing, then Las Vegas has definitely got that swing!
Allow Me To Introduce To You…The Venetian
The hotel I selected to write about is the Venetian. Located directly on “The Strip”, this magnificently designed mega structure is a high roller’s paradise. There are plenty of wonderful perks at your disposal such as Tao Beach and Night Club, a huge conference center, Wolfgang Puck restaurants, a number of coffee shops, and a replica tower of Saint Marks Campanile in Venice Italy to name a few.
More Specific Features…
Furthermore, over four thousand suites of various shapes and sizes await you at the Venetian making it one of the biggest all suite hotel/casinos on the planet. The smallest suites are approximately six hundred and fifty square feet. The bathroom alone is one hundred and thirty square feet (It has a seventeen inch high definition television). The bathrooms also features double sink vanities, a Roman style tub, separate toilet area with a telephone, and a glass enclosed shower.
The suite itself has an oversized coffee table and ottoman, full sized sofa bed, a private work area complete with a personal printer/copier/scanner, high speed internet access (wired or wireless), remote controlled shades and curtains, and a dual line telephone.
“Should I Stay At The Venetian Or Not”???
According to several reviews on various websites, the general consensus is that the Venetian absolutely gets a score of four and a half stars out of five. The only drawback that I saw was the high price tag. Of course there were a few others, but the main downside was that the Venetian overall is overpriced. However, nine people out of ten enjoyed their experience there regardless of the fact.
Give It A Shot…
So my answer to that question is a definite yes provided you can afford it. For those of you who are considering atrip to Las Vegas in the near (or distant) future, the Venetian has truly earned it’s place as the one of the top establishments to stay at. So add it to your list of choices because while the cost may be a bit steep, the luxury, entertainment, and service you will encounter will be well worth it. As the saying goes, you get what you pay for. Thank you in advance for reading my brief article and enjoy the rest of your day or evening.