Venice, as only Las Vegas knows how
Why go all the way to Italy when you can see Venice in Las Vegas? Look around The Venetian and you’ll be amazed at the lifelike imitations of the Floating City’s landmarks.
Over there: the Palazzo Ducale, Piazza San Marco and Piazzetta di San Marco. Over here: the Lion of Venice Column, the Column of Saint Theodore and the Rialto Bridge. But most impressive of all is the incredible full-scale tower of St Marks Campanile.
Enjoy a gondola ride to the shops
The Italian theme runs throughout the design, architecture and styling of the hotel. And it wouldn’t be Venice without gondolas. The Venetian is interlaced with tranquil waterways where you can take a peaceful gondola ride around the hotel grounds.
As you might expect, The Venetian also offers a wide range of excellent Italian restaurants and luxury European shopping.
Take a Big Bus to Venice
Our Las Vegas Bus Tours can take you right up to the canals of The Venetian. You can hop off to experience the special Italian ambience, then hop back on again when you want to return to the U.S..
Other interesting facts about the Venetian, Las Vegas:
- The Venetian resort complex, with over 4,000 rooms, is one of the world's largest hotels
- Actress Sophia Loren helped open the Venetian by dedicating the first motorized gondola
- The 2005 movie ‘Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous’ used a suite from the Venetian as a location