Address: 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Located on Las Vegas Boulevard South, The Venetian Las Vegas is one of the premier hotels on the Strip and also one of the largest hotels in the world. Known for its replication of the canals of Venice and Saint Mark’s Square, The Venetian does not disappoint. Complete with gondolas and strolling performers, the luxury hotel and casino is situated on the site of the old Sands Hotel. Its hotel tower contains 36 stories and is 475 feet high. The hotel has more than 4,000 enormous guestrooms and suites, a wedding chapel and 20 restaurants, including signature eateries from Mario Batali, Emeril Lagasse, and Wolfgang Puck. Other amenities include multiple poolside bars, an impressive 134,000-square-foot spa, 11 outdoor pools and an award-winning nightclub and more.
The Grand Canal Shopping Complex offers 500,000 square foot of shopping, one of the largest in Las Vegas. The canal spans its length, with gondolas drifting over the waters making for a truly unique experience.
The massive gaming floor covering 120,000 square feet of space features over 1,247 slots (and 1,038 at sister The Palazzo), 139 games and a high-limit salon, where they deal 20 table games, including Baccarat. Other gaming amenities include a 37-table poker room, which is host to major poker tournaments and a 24-hour Race & Sports Book and more.
Sheldon Adelson’s breathtaking mega-resort combines the latest technology, truly mammoth scale and the venerable art and culture of the European jewel. The Venetian’s take on Venice is a must see.
The Venetian has over 1247 slot games – bet from a penny to $5,000 per spin! For reel players, there are over 700 reel-spinning games, and for video poker players there are more than 300 games on offer. Of course, the $1.00 progressive slots have been known to pay out more than $30 million on a single spin. Electronic table games include Craps, Roulette and Lucky Big Wheel (Big 6, Wheel of Fortune).
Classic table players will find a full range of games with 139 tables on the main casino floor. The high limit salon is a private area that has over 20 tables including baccarat for the discriminating player. Games here allow bets up to $5,000 a spin.
The newer Gold Club Lounge is just off the high limit slots area as well.
The Venetian Race & Sports features 118 luxurious personal betting stations and an impressive video screen that is 10 x 100 feet and able to show 42 independent events simultaneously. The book is open 24 hours and offers two mobile apps.
The Venetian Poker Room features 37 tables and an exclusive high limit area and is host to a variety of popular tournaments.
The Venetian has an elegant, 37-table, non-smoking room that’s arguably the nicest on the Strip. The semi-enclosed room, located near the sportsbook and Players Club, is decorated with luxurious wood and leather fixtures, 21 large screen plasma televisions, crystal chandeliers and a comfortable waiting area with large leather sofas. There’s a separate high stakes area in which 7 of the tables are located. Other amenities include dedicated cashier cage, tableside food service, player waitlist, dedicated tournament registration desk and more. The adjustable, wheeled chairs are very comfortable. All of the poker tables come with auto-shufflers and a tableside management system that allows the dealers to notify floor personnel when their services are needed.
The Venetian offers limit (4/8 and up), NL (1/2 and up) and mixed games regularly. some of the better daily tournaments on the Strip and, during the WSOP, a series of deep stake tournaments that are highly popular alternatives to WSOP events. Waitlists are automated and easily visible from the waiting area.
The tables have plenty of room between them; on quiet days the room can feel more vacant than it is, but it never feels crowded even on the busiest days.
The Venetian offers some of the most generous comps on the Strip ($1+/hour) and suite rates for poker players who are interested in staying at either The Venetian or The Palazzo.