OverviewLocated on the Las Vegas Strip and featuring an indoor mall with 80 stores, the Venetian Resort Hotel Las Vegas is popular with travellers who prefer a centrally located, full-service, all-suite hotel with on-site dining and shopping, meeting/banquet space and a casino. Its location makes it well suited for pedestrians and guests interested in on-site and nearby entertainment.
This hotel has 4,027 air-conditioned suites, each offering cable TV, free Wi-Fi, a DVD/CD player, a mini-bar, a laptop safe, a desk, a bathrobe for each guest, an iron and ironing board and a hair dryer. Various suites offer additional amenities such as a separate bedroom, a fireplace, a jetted tub, a wet bar, a dining area, a piano, a sofabed, a workout room and a media room. Wheelchair-accessible suites are available upon request. Pets are not allowed.
Hotel amenities include three outdoor pools, hot tubs, a spa, The Grand Canal Shoppes shopping mall, a casino, fitness facilities, meeting/banquet facilities, guest laundry facilities, a beauty/barber shop, vending machines, 19 on-site restaurants and free parking. This property also features several nightclubs and lounges.
The Wynn Golf Club is about a 6-minute drive eastward, while Fashion Show Mall can be found 6 minutes away on foot. University of Nevada (UNLV) is roughly a 10-minute drive southeast, and McCarran International Airport (LAS) is an 11-minute drive south of the hotel.
Verified with a front desk agent: Free Wi-Fi, free parking, pets not permitted, wheelchair accessible. (Call Date: June 3, 2013)
The majority of the reviews sourced for this analysis were positive, with much praise going to the hotel's rooms, staff and location.
Many guests praised the hotel's accommodations. They described their rooms as spacious, luxurious, well equipped and clean, with comfortable beds. A few guests had issues with their rooms, however (see below).
The hotel's staff, including front desk agents, waitstaff, casino personnel and housekeeping personnel, were complimented by numerous reviewers, who found them to be warm and helpful.
Several lodgers were pleased with the hotel's location, and described it as central, easy to get to, "In the heart of Vegas" and close to the Wynn, Palazzo and Caesar's casinos. One guest also stated that it was well located for pedestrians looking to access the strip's attractions on foot.
While the majority of reviews consulted for this analysis were positive, there were a few common complaints about the size of the hotel, the rooms and the common areas.
Some guests had complaints about the size of the hotel. They described long walks to their rooms and to the parking areas, as well as having to take two elevators in some cases. A few reviewers also reported long waits to have requests met, which they felt was due to the hotel's large size.
While the majority of lodgers enjoyed their spacious and luxurious rooms, some guests had complaints about their accommodations. They felt the rooms should have come with coffeemakers, and were also disappointed the mini-bar was too full to refrigerate anything else.
The hotel's public areas were a source of disappointment for some reviewers. They reported many young drunk people in the hallways and pool areas, as well as very smoky conditions in the casino and crowded common areas. These guests recommended that travellers looking for a relaxing hotel should find another place to stay.
TripAdvisor.com guest reviews ranked the hotel #14 out of 271 Las Vegas hotels with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 from 8,674 reviews.
guest reviews rated the hotel 4.5 out of 5 with an 91% recommendation rate from 6,253 reviews.Booking.com
guest reviews rated the hotel 8.9 out of 10 from 1,464 reviews.
The author called the hotel on June 3, 2013 to verify some information.