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The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino has a few defining traits that make it a stand-out, even among the crowd of Four-Star hotels. Consider this: You can’t stay in anything but a suite at the Venetian. Even the most basic room in the hotel, the Luxury Suite, offers you a king-sized bed, two sofas, three televisions and more than 720 square feet of luxury. And it’s really the little things that make a difference; for a business traveler, most rooms have a Brother all-in-one printer, scanner and fax machine. Plus, a daily newspaper delivery to your room means you won’t have to run down to the news stand to stay abreast of the day’s goings-on.
And there’s more to the Venetian rooms than space. A remote control opens and closes the Roman shades and curtains, meaning you have to lift only a finger to bring in natural light and a terrific view. Bathrooms feature spa-quality toiletries along with a separate shower and deep-soaking tub, a 20-inch LCD TV and a round vanity mirror with several light filters to make sure you look your best.
The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel also offers you all the gaming you’d find in a large casino, plus the one-of-a-kind canal, St. Mark’s Square, the Grand Canal Shoppes, and more restaurants than you can get through in a week’s time (trust us, we tried). Wolfgang Puck, Emeril Lagasse and Mario Batali all have restaurants in the complex, and between the Venetian and its sister casino, the Palazzo, you won’t be lacking for places to eat, shop or see a show. Truthfully, you could spend an entire week in Vegas and never leave the Venetian.