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Offer #1 - FREE discount coupon book at Grand Canal Shoppes. Redeem the coupon from the American Casino Guide book at Fashion Show Concierge, lower level near Macy's or at Brighton or Welcome to Las Vegas at The Grand Canal Shoppes to receive your complimentary Premier Passport! While supplies last. Expires 12/31/2015.
Offer #2 - FREE burger and milkshake with the purchase of a burger and milkshake at regular price at Johnny Rocket's. Present the coupon from the American Casino Guide to cashier prior to ordering. One coupon per person. Offer valid through December 31, 2015. NOTE- coupon may be redeemed at the following locations: Venetian Hotel Grand Canal Shops, Fashion Show Mall, Meadows Mall Food Court, and Flamingo Hotel Food Court. Coupon may only be redeemed at ONE location.
Offer #3 - Buy one menu item get one free at San Genarro Grill. Purchase your choice of any menu item and receive your choice of a second menu item of equal or lesser value free! Must present the coupon from the American Casino Guide book to cashier prior to ordering. One coupon per person. Expires 12/31/2015.
Offer #4 - 2-for-1 admission to Madame Tussauds (Sun-Thu). Receive one FREE ticket with the purchase of a full-price adult general admission ticket at Madame Tussauds Interactive Wax Attraction located in front of the Venetian Resort on Las Vegas Boulevard. Only valid Sunday through Thursday. Expires December 31, 2015.
Offer #5- Buy one menu item, get one free at Nathan's. Must present the coupon from the American Casino Guide book to cashier prior to ordering. One coupon per person, second item must be of equal or lesser value. Offer valid through December 31, 2015. NOTE- Coupon may be redeemed at the following Nathan's locations: MGM Grand Hotel, Palms Hotel and Casino, New York New York Hotel, Venetian Hotel Grand Canal Shops, Bally’s Hotel, Luxor Hotel. Coupon may only be redeemed at ONE location.
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Offer #7- Purchase any menu item and get a second menu item of equal or lesser value free at Haagen Dazs. Present the coupon from the American Casino Guide to cashier prior to ordering. One coupon per person. Offer valid through December 31, 2015. NOTE- coupon may be redeemed at the following locations: MGM Grand Hotel, New York New York Hotel, The Venetian Hotel, Fashion Show Mall. Coupon may only be redeemed at ONE location.
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Open: 8am-1am (Sun-Thurs)/8am-2am (Fri-Sat)
The Club Grazie card is good at both The Venetian and The Palazzo and earns points on all room charges, along with the usual machine and table play. From a December 10, 2008 press release: Patrons "can now earn exclusive hotel amenities in addition to traditional casino rewards such as cash back, gift cards and slot credits. Hotel points can be earned through expenses charged to guest’s suites, including dining, show tickets, and retail purchases. Virtually all suite charges accrue hotel points that not only earn special resort amenities, but that also count toward Club Grazie casino status levels."
The accrual chart below is for basic members; players at higher levels earn points and rewards at different rates. See website or players club for detailed information. Points expire at the end of the calendar year following the date they were earned.
In 2009, the Palazzo changed their point system so that just about every game earns points at different rates, and anything considered "playable" has a ridiculous coin-in rate of $12 or more to earn 1 point. The Palazzo and its sister property Venetian are virtually unplayable at this point. Visit the casino's website for all of the details.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$1/1||$3/1|
Note: The information above is for the basic Grazie level, for play on machines not worth your time. Venetian has revamped their ponts system to be almost incomprehensive, with various games earning points at different rates, and all of this changes based on your level. Visit the casino's website for all of the details.
Bonus play: $15 bonus play/2500 points
Minimum: 2500 points
Increments: 2500 points
Using bonus play we can construct the following table:
|5¢, 25¢, $1||.60%||.20%||167||500|
Food: Meals may be comped based on play. Ask a host for details.
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Suites: 4,046 Price Range: $149-$5,000
Restaurants: 37 (1 open 24 hours)
Casino Size: 138,684 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat, Poker, Pai Gow, Pai Gow Poker, Caribbean Stud Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Big Six Wheel, Spanish 21, Casino War
Special Features: Recreates city of Venice with canals, gondoliers and replica Campanile Tower, St. Mark’s Square, Doge’s Palace and Rialto Bridge. 90 retail stores. Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum. Canyon Ranch Spa.
All Hat, No Cattle
To me, the Venetian is what is wrong with Las Vegas today. A huge, themed casino with no character, just fancy shmancy buildings and menus. For the price, everything is overrated. I admit that I don't like the newer huge casinos, especially those with the phony themes like the Venetian. If you like this kind of thing then this place and casinos like Bellagio, Mandalay Bay, New York, New York, Luxor, etc., are for you.
They're just not for me. The gaming, staff, food, everything, is mediocre and the prices are high.
Very Nice - Lots to see and do here
I have been to the public areas of the Venetian a ton, but have never stayed there. The public areas are beautiful. Be sure to check out the hotel lobby and the ceiling. Unreal!
There is so much to see and do here and could easily spend a good chunk of your day here. I like how this place is connected with the Palazzo as well.
I have gone to see both the Blue Man Group and Phantom. I highly suggest both as they are entertaining in their own way.
Ate at Valentino's - above my normal cheap budget, but really tasty and high quality food. I would go again, if I had a coupon.
There are lots of coupons around for Madame Tussauds and is worth a trip there.
The table limits are too high for me, but the poker room is nice. Tight and good players, but fun. I found drink service to be excellent here, especially if you are playing poker.
Our favorite place to get Madeira Chicken!! We go there every time we're in town. They give you so much that we only order one and split it. Love the decor, too.
Venetian Resort Hotel Casino
We visited the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino one time to take advantage of a coupon for free ecash when signing up for a player's card. This place was so big we got lost looking for the player's club. The canal shops looked interesting but expensive. Like other strip casinos, it was very crowded.
Venetian/Palazzo Is The Best !
My wife and I have stayed at either The Venetian or Palazzo for the last 4 trips to Las Vegas, and we will return to Venetian again in two months. This is probably the classiest hotel on the strip and the player's club is absolutely fantastic. We are not high rollers, but we constanly get 4 free nights each year. Last year, they even comped us an additional night just for charging our breakfasts and dinners to our room. The video poker bars are also a great bonus because they give you top shelf drinks for free with only $20 in the poker machine. We love the shops, the canals, the restaurants, and especially the magnificent suits at The Venetian or Palazzo. BRAVO !!
Best Casino on the Strip!
My wife and I have stayed at the Venetian about once a year since 2002. If you're looking for a "cheap Vegas deal" this probably isn't the place for you (though we get email and snail mail offers for reduced room rates all the time after signing up for their player's club): they're aiming for the same crowd as Wynn and Bellagio. And they do it well.
Unlike other posters here our customer service experiences have been exceptional: we're not "high rollers" by any stretch but the staff has been almost uniformally friendly and helpful. The rooms are huge, well-maintained, comfortable.
There is a good selection of slots (though the number of them were reduced somewhat a couple years ago when they used some slot space to build their poker room) of all denominations (even nickels: look around the staircase beneath the streetside Canal Shoppes entrance). Table minimums have dropped to the $10 level most the time. The casino has never been "smelly" and I've played BJ next to a smoker for half the night without a problem.
Not for me
Too high priced! Just window shop. Stores are way out of my price range!
Crowded. All I could find was $1 slots. Food was too high for what it was. Cafe was crowded. The place was small for all the hoola made over it. I won't be back.
Thank goodness I didn't try the hotel. Probably couldn't afford it.
High limits and no service
Stopped at Venetian casino before dinner and a show. It was a weekday around 4PM. Not only were there only about four blackjack tables, the minimum was $25.
We should have played where we were staying - Bellagio for better drink service and options. We couldn't get a drink if we had tripped a cocktail waitress.