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Venetian rooms

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by 1LuckyMomma, Aug 21, 2018.

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  1. 1LuckyMomma

    1LuckyMomma High-Roller

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    Headed to Vegas in a couple weeks to stay/play at Venetian. A group of ladies I vacation with 2x a year wants to stay there next triip and we’re hoping for some decent offers.

    What are the best king/2 queen rooms for me to book? We want to be close to the casino/elevators/ spa as we have a couple ladies with mobility issues. TIA

    We usually stay in a Bally’s jubilee room on the Paris side and love it there but are looking to stay somewhere nicer next time.
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    For the spa, I would recommend staying in the Palazzo side of the resort. The spa is huge and covers one floor across both Venetian and Palazzo. But the checkin for the spa is on the Palazzo side. If one of your friends has mobility issues, staying on the Venetian side forces you to cross through the entire resort to get to the canyon ranch front desk.

    Its a wonderful spa. Enjoy!
     
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  3. Chuck2009x

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    I'd also recommend Palazzo, it's generally less congested with more open space in the common areas, at least last time I was there. They've been doing some construction in the casino, but I think the Palazzo casino will still end up being less crowded than Venetian.

    Both Venetian and Palazzo, the standard king/queen rooms come in non-"View" and View flavors, after that, it's a fairly large jump in price to the next room type. Neither one has tons of room types like most CET and MLife properties.
     
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  4. Burnsie

    Burnsie High-Roller

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    Re: mobility issues—just avoid the Venezia Tower. It's very nice, but it's a two-elevator trip to get downstairs (unless they've changed things since I've been there). It's a hike to and from the room to get anywhere.
     
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    NeonTurtle14 Hot Dogs and Buns

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    Another vote for Palazzo, plus the basic rooms there are a bit larger than Venetian tower's basic rooms.
     
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    After staying here you wont wanna go back to Ballys LOL
     
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    Yeah, a stay at Palazzo pretty much ruins Bally's going forward.
     
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  8. 1LuckyMomma

    1LuckyMomma High-Roller

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    Just received an offer for a Bellagio resort room. Is Palazzo still the best choice? It’s double the cost.

    Also, If we stay and play at Palazzo or Venetian, will we get offers from both in the future? I believe they are owned by the same company?
     
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    V/P rooms are nice, but they're definitely not worth twice as much as a Bellagio room.

    Yes offers from V/P are good for both hotels. Occupancy rates can vary, so from time to time, there may be nights when you can get a room comped at one but not the other.
     
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