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  • Venezia Tower Rooms at the Venetian

    Any significant reason why i should avoid these rooms? Looking to book 2 queens and seems cheaper than a regular luxury on most sites. Or should I just tip a $50 and hope for a big upgrade to a larger suite or something nicer at the Palazzo?

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    The Venezia tower was built after the after the original Venetian tower, however after the Palazzo opened in 2007 the Venetian tower was renovated to mirror the modern look of the Palazzo's rooms.
    To my knowledge the Venezia tower has not been updated and still has a very worn and traditional look. Haven't stayed in that tower since 2009 but I could be wrong. If it were me I would go for the standard tower in the Venetian or the Palazzo.
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    • #3
      I would avoid at all costs. It's a long hallway down to the casino floor everytime you want to gamble and to get to the strip takes just as long. and you have to take two different elevators to get to your room. The rooms look nothing quite as nice as the Venetian/Palazzo rooms and you really feel secluded...
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      (2011): December 30-January 2(Palazzo). April 22-24(Venetian). May 13-15(Venetian). mAyOD 19-23(MonteCarlo). June 24-26(Aria). July 29-31(Bally's). August 19-21(PH Towers @ Westgate). October 14-16 (Aria).

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      • #4
        I am staying there next month. Someone had told me the Venezia tower was where all the 2 queen rooms (or the majority) are located? Im staying in a room with just a king, should I ask to be in the main tower?
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        • #5
          Avoid this Tower. It's a long walk from the action. If I remember correctly you have to get on one set of elevators and walk to another bank to access the tower.

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          • #6
            I stayed in the tower for NYE and I honestly never thought it was a long walk by any means, I asked the person behind the counter for a room close to an elevator. Its no more than 5 minutes to the casino from where my room was. You got super close access to Bouchon for a great breakfast and dinner. The view from the parking garage elevator is amazing! I also liked the "seclusion" of it for when we wanted to crash out, nice and quite. Compared to all the walking done by the average person in Vegas, the distance to get to the casino floor from the tower is a non issue. Room was great, service was amazing. Try a sandwich for a possible upgrade to the palazzo. Either way you will enjoy your stay no doubt.
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            • #7
              I was booked for the Bella suite at the Venetian.....asked for a complimentary upgrade to a room with a Strip view.....we slipped her a $20 tip sandwich and she asked if we needed change....we said no of course and she says well we can put you on the 18th floor of the Venetian or 40th floor of the Palazzo with a strip view.....got the 40th Palazzo....just find a younger front desk attendant and pull a sandwich tip

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              • #8
                If your looking to get an updated and more modern hotel room go I would stay away.. It is definitely dated when comparing it to the sister properties. There does tend to be a longer walk but we really had no issue with it. I really had no problem with the Venezia but I'd rather have a more modern room and will most likely not return unless a renovation occurs. Price was right though...
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by GP7787 View Post
                  If your looking to get an updated and more modern hotel room go I would stay away.. It is definitely dated when comparing it to the sister properties. There does tend to be a longer walk but we really had no issue with it. I really had no problem with the Venezia but I'd rather have a more modern room and will most likely not return unless a renovation occurs. Price was right though...
                  I was curious, is the price the same as it's sister properties The Venetian and The Palazzo or was it cheaper to book rooms in the Venezia? From my understanding all rates are the same for either property for the same type of room.
                  2013 Calendar: March 20-21 (Treasure Island). May 24-27 (Cosmopolitan). June 23-25 (Mirage). July 18-22 (Cosmopolitan).
                  Next Trips: RETIRED.

                  Completed: (2012): mAyOD 2012 Invasion! (Palazzo). July 20-22 (Cosmopolitan). Dec 21-23 (Palazzo).
                  (2011): December 30-January 2(Palazzo). April 22-24(Venetian). May 13-15(Venetian). mAyOD 19-23(MonteCarlo). June 24-26(Aria). July 29-31(Bally's). August 19-21(PH Towers @ Westgate). October 14-16 (Aria).

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                  • #10
                    i stayed at the palazzo last august, and was on the 12th floor, 2 queen beds, overlooking the wynn and encore. Very nice room, and probably could sleep 7 or 8 if needed
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                    • #11
                      Venitian was nice, but like someone mentioned earlier, I won't go back because it took forever to get back down to the casino floor.

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                      • #12
                        Well we've decided to change to the Cosmopolitan. No resort fee and much cheaper with the pricematch.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by nighthawk06si View Post
                          Originally posted by GP7787 View Post
                          If your looking to get an updated and more modern hotel room go I would stay away.. It is definitely dated when comparing it to the sister properties. There does tend to be a longer walk but we really had no issue with it. I really had no problem with the Venezia but I'd rather have a more modern room and will most likely not return unless a renovation occurs. Price was right though...
                          I was curious, is the price the same as it's sister properties The Venetian and The Palazzo or was it cheaper to book rooms in the Venezia? From my understanding all rates are the same for either property for the same type of room.
                          I purchased the room through Hotwire and from my understanding these are the rooms they sell to Hotwire, I could be wrong though and I'm sure there are people out there who have done the Hotwire 5* North Strip and actually received a room at the Venetian. When I received my confirmation email it states "Venetian" but they put us up in the Venezia. IMO, the Venezia tower should be cheaper and if it isn't don't even bother. In the pictures below you can see the differences.

                          Venezia.jpgvenetian.jpg
                          Count the cannons....

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by GP7787 View Post
                            Originally posted by nighthawk06si View Post
                            Originally posted by GP7787 View Post
                            If your looking to get an updated and more modern hotel room go I would stay away.. It is definitely dated when comparing it to the sister properties. There does tend to be a longer walk but we really had no issue with it. I really had no problem with the Venezia but I'd rather have a more modern room and will most likely not return unless a renovation occurs. Price was right though...
                            I was curious, is the price the same as it's sister properties The Venetian and The Palazzo or was it cheaper to book rooms in the Venezia? From my understanding all rates are the same for either property for the same type of room.
                            I purchased the room through Hotwire and from my understanding these are the rooms they sell to Hotwire, I could be wrong though and I'm sure there are people out there who have done the Hotwire 5* North Strip and actually received a room at the Venetian. When I received my confirmation email it states "Venetian" but they put us up in the Venezia. IMO, the Venezia tower should be cheaper and if it isn't don't even bother. In the pictures below you can see the differences.

                            Venezia.jpgvenetian.jpg
                            Yeah Ive been in the room before. Wasn't a big fan so I tend to avoid it at all cost. I just wasn't sure if the rooms were cheaper or not.
                            2013 Calendar: March 20-21 (Treasure Island). May 24-27 (Cosmopolitan). June 23-25 (Mirage). July 18-22 (Cosmopolitan).
                            Next Trips: RETIRED.

                            Completed: (2012): mAyOD 2012 Invasion! (Palazzo). July 20-22 (Cosmopolitan). Dec 21-23 (Palazzo).
                            (2011): December 30-January 2(Palazzo). April 22-24(Venetian). May 13-15(Venetian). mAyOD 19-23(MonteCarlo). June 24-26(Aria). July 29-31(Bally's). August 19-21(PH Towers @ Westgate). October 14-16 (Aria).

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by nighthawk06si View Post
                              Originally posted by GP7787 View Post
                              Originally posted by nighthawk06si View Post
                              Originally posted by GP7787 View Post
                              If your looking to get an updated and more modern hotel room go I would stay away.. It is definitely dated when comparing it to the sister properties. There does tend to be a longer walk but we really had no issue with it. I really had no problem with the Venezia but I'd rather have a more modern room and will most likely not return unless a renovation occurs. Price was right though...
                              I was curious, is the price the same as it's sister properties The Venetian and The Palazzo or was it cheaper to book rooms in the Venezia? From my understanding all rates are the same for either property for the same type of room.
                              I purchased the room through Hotwire and from my understanding these are the rooms they sell to Hotwire, I could be wrong though and I'm sure there are people out there who have done the Hotwire 5* North Strip and actually received a room at the Venetian. When I received my confirmation email it states "Venetian" but they put us up in the Venezia. IMO, the Venezia tower should be cheaper and if it isn't don't even bother. In the pictures below you can see the differences.

                              Venezia.jpgvenetian.jpg
                              Yeah Ive been in the room before. Wasn't a big fan so I tend to avoid it at all cost. I just wasn't sure if the rooms were cheaper or not.
                              Yea, I just posted the pictures for anyone who didn't know the diff.

                              I would hope it's cheaper!
                              Count the cannons....

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