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Venezia towers at Venetian

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by golfer1903, Oct 31, 2014.

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  1. golfer1903

    golfer1903 Low-Roller

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    Does anyone know why the Bella queen rooms at Venetian have different prices

    Venezia Bella queens is lower then the
    Reg Bella queens

    Are they the same just in a different building. Older or fatter from stop of view. Or what????
     
  2. breanna61

    breanna61 Super Moderator

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    The Venezia is a separate tower; it requires two elevators and a maze to get to the room. Venezia hasn't been renovated in a long while. I haven't stayed there for many years but back in the day it was very nice. It was getting quite run down last time I stayed there around 2008 but I did have a nice terrazzo suite right at the Venezia tower pool. It used to have a separate check in on the 10th floor (which is the first floor of the Venezia tower as it's built atop the parking garage. Unless they have recently renovated, which I don't think they have, I'd go with Venetian tower or Palazzo. It is really tough to find your room in Venezia when you've been drinking, or so I've heard, lol
     
  3. wishman35

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    Honestly - I have stayed in both the regular tower and the Venezia and the ONLY drawback is the two elevator bays but other than that I really don't think the time spent walking to the room is that much less staying in the main tower. If you like to walk the strip, coming in the front door, you have to walk all the way to the back of the casino and then some to get to the main elevators, and that area can be pretty congested.

    If you are planning to leave the property alot and/or not gamble much at Venetian, the Venezia tower might be better. It drops you off at the front doors which gets you onto the strip quicker. It is also quieter and the courtyard pool and Bouchon are right there and it is fairly pretty.
     
  4. RiddickBull

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    Stay away from the Venezia towers. The walk is like a marathon....epic and not fun. Stay in the Venetian towers. It is much closer to the casino and everything else.

    I will never stay at the Venezia towers.
     
  5. ez369

    ez369 High-Roller

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    Actually all the rooms in the Venezia tower were updated last year and are nicer than the standard Venetian rooms since it's been a few years since Venetian's main tower rooms have been updated.. going on 7 years now since I remember staying in a "renovated" room in Dec '07 there. However the separate check in is still closed and you check in on the main floor.
     
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    Good to know, thanks ez
     
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