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A spacious suite with a sunken living room.
A bed chamber and two plush queen-size pillow-top beds.
Best rate guaranteed. Free cancellations. Access to exclusive offers.
Savor homemade pastas, wood oven-baked breads, and more for lunch or dinner at the newest Italian restaurant on the Strip. Or visit for Aperitivo Happy Hour. Located in the heart of St. Mark’s Square in the Grand Canal Shoppes.
In 2020, Hough joined the hit ABC series “Dancing with the Stars” as part of the judging panel for the show’s 29th season. Hough had performed on the show as a pro-dancer.
You’ll have everything you need to enjoy a glorious summer day in Las Vegas.
The new Grazie® Rewards gives you the access you deserve. Always get the best suite rates, exclusive resort access, comps for gaming play, and more.
VENETIAN CLEAN MEETINGS
Meetings are at the heart of The Venetian Resort, and we are committed to doing everything we can to keep your events safe.
If you love to play and get rewarded, you’ll love the new Grazie Rewards. Earn points on table games, slot play, and what you spend throughout the resort. Best of all, you can get started right now.
Getting around during your visit
Here you'll find some quick facts about distances to and from the resort, and how and where to park.
Our concierge can arrange town cars, limousines, or shuttle service for your use. To make reservations, please call 866.725.2990 or email Concierge Services.
The Sands Expo and Convention Center is capable of hosting groups of more than 50,000. Sands Expo parking is found in the underground garage of The Palazzo and the above-ground structure of The Venetian. To get accurate information, don’t trust just any Las Vegas Convention Center map; our map will tell you everything you need to park and make your event on time.
The Venetian and The Palazzo have two parking garages. Parking is provided as a courtesy to all our guests of The Venetian and The Palazzo.
The Venetian and Venezia
The Venetian parking garage can be accessed by Las Vegas Boulevard or by a shared access road off Koval Lane behind the hotel.
The Palazzo parking garage can be accessed by Sands Avenue. To access from Sands Avenue, turn right at the first traffic light heading East past Las Vegas Boulevard.
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In order to get from parking to the show of your choice in as few steps as possible, using the below as a guide.
We have a total of 13 charging stations available between The Venetian and The Palazzo.
Cost: Free - first come, first served
Types of Chargers:
The Venetian Guest Parking Garage
The Palazzo Parking Garage
Download the ChargePoint Mobile App to find available stations.
There is a special area on the 5th floor of The Venetian Guest Parking Garage that is reserved for poker players. It is in the right-hand corner of the 5th floor, as you are entering the level. There is signage marking the area.
How and where to park your oversized vehicle.
The Venetian and Venezia
The Deuce is Las Vegas’ public transportation. The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) provides Double Decker bus service on the Las Vegas Strip.
Cost: A two-hour pass is $6; a 24-hour pass is $8, and a three-day pass is $20. You can buy your ticket on the bus.
If you’re looking to check out the old Strip and don’t want to pay a lot and don’t mind riding a bus, the Deuce is a good option. It is the cheapest form of transportation from the Strip to Downtown Las Vegas/Fremont Street.
While the bus runs throughout town, there are two routes you can specifically take for the Strip and Downtown, The Deuce on The Strip and SDX Strip & Downtown Express. The Deuce on The Strip operates 24/7. SDX Strip and Downtown Express operates 9 a.m. to Midnight.
Nearest Bus Stops to The Venetian and The Palazzo:
Bus Stops at McCarran Airport:
The Las Vegas Monorail is a state-of-the-art, automated, driverless rail system that runs above the streets along the east side of the Las Vegas Strip. The monorail stops at seven points on the Las Vegas Strip.
Cost: A single ride is $5, a day pass is $12, and they also have two to seven-day passes with prices that range from $22-$56. If you’re a Nevada local, you can buy a single ride for $1; restrictions apply depending on how many you want to buy.
The monorail is also a great option for anyone attending a convention at the Las Vegas Convention Center. There are also free shuttle rides available at various off-the-Strip hotels.
The monorail does not run all night. After a certain hour, you will need to take a different form of transportation.
Monorail access at Harrah’s leads to the Las Vegas Convention Center and MGM.
On-property: Hertz Car Rental
Our partnership with Hertz gives you special rates on car rentals when you stay at The Venetian Resort. Grazie® members can save up to 35% off rentals. Visit hertz.com/venetianpalazzo or book with offer code: CDP# 2124773.
Off-property: McCarran Rent-A-Car Center
From McCarran Airport:
Rental Car Return:
Upon arrival at the McCarran Rent-A-Car Center, follow the signs to the Rental Car Return entrance off of Gilespie St. Continue following the overhead signs to the appropriate car rental company. After returning your vehicle, proceed through the lobby and out the main entrance to the shuttles. Blue and white McCarran Rent-A-Car Center shuttle buses depart to the airport approximately every five minutes.
Board the appropriate shuttle to Terminal 1 or Terminal 3 for your departing flight.
Cost: Varies depending on where you want to go. Uber will display price range. Lyft will not.
Use ride sharing when you’re off the Strip, not while at a hotel property or looking to come to the Strip. Always be aware of when surge pricing is in effect as you could end up paying $100 for a trip that could have cost $30-$50.
From The Venetian and The Palazzo:
If you have never used Uber or Lyft, you can get $20 off your first ride by using someone’s referral.
More than 10 taxi companies provide service to and from the airport and locations throughout Las Vegas. Some taxis will not accept credit card payments. Customers should notify the attendant if they plan to use a credit card for payment.
The maximum number of passengers allowed in any taxi is five, including infants and children.
Cost: Varies depending on traffic and time of year. Additionally, there is a $1.80 charge on all fares originating at the airport.
Taxis are great to use when you want to go from property to property, to and from the airport, or if you’re just trying to get back to your house after a night at the club. There are plenty of them throughout town, so you never have to worry about there not being enough drivers at a late hour.
As with Uber and Lyft, you cannot hail a taxi on the Strip. Just look for the taxi line sign, usually near valet. If you have any concerns with a taxi driver, you can call the Nevada Taxi Cab Authority at 702.668.4005 to report any issues.
Take Koval Lane instead of the freeway to save some fare.
Always the best rates guaranteed.