Hotel Review: The Venetian, Las Vegas, USA
The Venetian hotel
Las Vegas strip
Every room at this hotel is a suite. The marble bathroom to the left of the room as you walk In, boasting his and hers sinks a bath and a shower. The bathroom was bigger than my entire apartment in Melbourne!
The room itself was large with higher than normal ceilings, making it feel even more spacious. The decor was cream and gold, adding to the opulence and airy feel. From the bed area, there was a step down into the lounge zone of the suite, consisting of a flat screen tv, coffee table, desk area (really? Who goes to Vegas to work!?) and a couch with matching armchair.
The hotel it’s self was wonderful and well located on the strip,nestled between the Paris Hotel and the Palazzo and right across the road by walkway from Ceasers and treasure island.
SushiSamba was one of my picks to great a smart casual dinner at. Located within the partner hotel of The Palazzo it was tough to find within the complex (this may have been due o the wines we had beforehand) but worth the effort! The fusion of Peruvian, Brazilian and Japanese was delightful and not as odd as it sounds. Try the Moqueca Mista (large seafood plate) it was delicious!
There is a large array of restaurants and eateries within the Venetian, with Italian taking the main stage with its signature restaurant Cut, winner of several “Best Steakhouse” awards for a few years running now. If you miss dining here, never fear there is another branch in LA- all are under the Wolfgang Puck umbrella of amazing culinary delights.
The pool area of the Venetian plays host to a weekly pool party called Tao beach complete with djs and cocktails. Tao nightclub is also a part of their nightly entertainment offerings for the young and fabulous. Book at table here for around $700 to ensure you are well looked after and kept watered throughout the night. Keep en eye out for celebrities also milling around the VIP areas- Paris Hilton celebrated her birthday here!
I don’t think I even got around to entering the casino of the Venetian, but I’m sure it was much the same as any other! If your wondering why my photos are a bit “lacking” this trip was a 3 night birthday jaunt from London, and, well, taking pictures was not at the fore front as much as it should have been!