The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas will celebrate the magic and fantasy of Carnevale this summer, featuring three months of classic Italian festivities, including new experiences, entertainment, art, music and wine throughout both resorts from June 4 to Sept. 9. Features include the nightly electric light parade starting at 8 pm (winding its way throughout the resort, with electric gondoliers, courtesans, stilt walkers and jugglers creating a visual spectacle); the light show 4 times nightly (the iconic clock tower illuminates in a spectacular five-minute 3-D show); Carnevale Nights (a night of revelry, for ages 21 and up); and daytime children's and family activies, including decorating Venetian masks with feathers and sequins, searching for clues on a scavenger hunt, and being entertained by roaming balloon artists and face painters (daily from 10 am to 6 pm).With such a spectacular setting, it's clear from the minute you arrive that this is an all-suite, five-diamond resort destination with something extra. Located on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip and approximately four miles from McCarran Airport, The Venetian triumphs in recreating the glory of Venice. Suites start at 650 square feet, nearly twice the size as a typical Las Vegas hotel room. The Palazzo is steps away and offers guests more amenities and features to enjoy.
Faithful replications of the Doge's Palace, the Bridge of Sighs, the Campanile Tower, and St. Mark's Square offer awe-inspiring sights and sounds true to the crown jewel of Europe. Don't miss the quarter-mile Grand Canal set in a frescoed sunset sky where gondoliers serenade their passengers on the romantic ride of a lifetime. Features such as the 134,000-square-foot Canyon Ranch SpaClub, the more than 80 international boutiques of The Grand Canal Shoppes, an opulent casino featuring all your table and slot games, a five-acre pool deck, menus created by celebrity chefs including Emeril Lagasse, Wolfgang Puck, David Burke, Thomas Keller, and Mario Batali, and the entertainment of Blue Man Group,Rock of Ages - the Las Vegas Spectacular, and Rita Rudner guarantee every visit to The Venetian will be unforgettable.
There is a daily resort fee of $20 plus tax that will be charged upon check-in. Resort fee includes daily access to the complete fitness center located inside the Canyon Ranch SpaClub for up to two guests, unlimited en-suite high-speed Internet access, unlimited local and toll-free telephone calls, daily newspaper, free boarding pass printing, one free regular coffee at Cafe Presse and a 2-for-1 well drink, house wine, or domestic beer at La Scena, Oculus, Laguna, Fusion or Salute lounges. Must be 21 years of age.