The Venetian Las Vegas
The Venetian is a luxurious and iconic hotel located on Las Vegas Boulevard South. It is one of the largest in the world. The design of the Venetian is based on the canals of Venice, including Saint Mark’s Square, and features gondolas and strolling performers. The Venetian Las Vegas is 36 stories high, and boasts the tallest hotel tower in the world at 475 feet.
The Venetian has four theaters, including a Blue Man Theatre, which opened in October 2005. It subsequently relocated to the Monte Carlo resort in September 2012. Phantom: The Las Vegas Spectacular debuted on June 24, 2006 and closed on September 2, 2012. The theaters are a great way to spend an afternoon, and there are even some themed parties. For entertainment, the Venetian offers shows throughout the week.
For those looking for a more intimate dining experience, the hotel’s private suites are perfect. A room at The Venetian costs about $80 per night, and the resort fee covers WiFi, access to the spa, and access to the gym. For added convenience, the resort offers more than 40 dining options, including vegan and vegetarian food. The gondoliers even sing at the end of their performances.
The Venetian has played an important role in the food scene of Las Vegas. David Chang’s Majordomo Meat