Guest suites at The Venetian offer sunken living rooms, Italian-marble baths, personal fax/copier/printers, and LCD TVs. Beds are dressed in Egyptian-cotton linens and white, goose-down duvets.
AquaKnox treats you to an evening of mouth-watering dishes from chef Tom Moloney. Marvel at the water-encased walk-in wine cellar and open kitchen as you dine on duck confit, pan-seared filet mignon with truffle aioli, and other delights.
B & B Ristorante is the only place where chef Mario Batali and winemaker Joseph Bastianich have teamed up to bring you award-wining Italian cuisine. Unique dishes are made even more delicious with wine from every region of Italy. Bon appetit!
Bouchon, chef Thomas Keller's brainchild, has put his magic touch on this restaurant. The Las Vegas outpost of the Napa Valley original, Bouchon offers French cuisine that features the best seasonal products available. Dine in the rich dining room or poolside.
Canaletto is the Italian dining experience that you can't miss. Enjoy authentic Venetian cuisine like Caprese salads, thin-crust pizzas, and inventive risottos. Looking for a more intimate dining experience? Reserve one of the private dining rooms that overlooks the Grand Canal.
Delmonico Steakhouse puts chef Emeril Lagasse’s signature bold flavors on display at this New Orleans-inspired restaurant. Besides flavorful steaks, enjoy Cajun specialties like gumbo, crab cakes, and barbecue shrimp.
Pinot Brasserie pairs California favorites and traditional French bistro cuisine come together. Famous chef Joachim Splichal traveled throughout France to find the perfect pieces of furniture and accessories to make Pinot feel just like a Paris bistro. Unique spaces can accommodate small parties and large groups alike.
Postrio Bar & Grill is Wolfgang Puck's take on the classic bar and grill. Get a festive front-row view of the Carnivale happenings on St. Mark’s square as you enjoy truffled potato chips with blue cheese sauce, ricotta gnocchi, or American Kobe ribeye steak.
Tao is one of the best-known hot spots in Las Vegas, both for dining and nightlife. Tao specializes in Hong Kong Chinese, Japanese, and Thai cuisine that is as stunning and unique as Tao’s chic décor. Waterfalls, century-old woods and stones, and a 20 foot tall hand-carved Buddha create an atmosphere that can’t be matched.
Zefferino is part of a long family history of delicious Italian fare since their original restaurant in Genova, Italy in 1939. The Venetian’s Zefferino has been a mainstay since 1999. Balcony dining overlooking the Grand Canal and a 40-foot-high handcrafted bar imported from Italy contribute to your unique evening.
Canyon Ranch Café boasts wholesome ingredients, spa cuisine, and fresh smoothies.
Grand Lux Café, sister restaurant to the Cheesecake Factory, offers myriad menu options. There's something for everyone!
Noodle Asia is the perfect place to grab a quick bite. Enjoy noodle and rice dishes, vegetarian options, and soups from all over Asia.
Otto Enoteca Pizzeria, from chef Mario Batali, boasts antipasti, wine tastings, and Italian classics in the center of the Venetian’s Piazza San Marco.
Quick Bites, the Venetian's food court, is home to your choice of 20 quick restaurants.
Solaro Poolside offers alfresco dining for breakfast and lunch, thanks to chef Wolfgang Puck. A convenient take-out window is a quicker option.
Taqueria Cañonita welcomes you with vivid décor, hand-made corn tortillas and vibrant flavors. Classic Mexican fare is on the menu. Enjoy your meal on the patio overlooking the Grand Canal.
The Grill at Valentino tempts with casual cuisine. You’ll enjoy the same great flavors as the Venetian’s more formal Valentino, but in a less formal setting and with more affordable prices.
Trattoria Reggiano will make you think you’re at an authentic Italian street side café as you delight in homemade garlic rolls, filet mignon meatballs, and flavorful espressos.
This opulent hotel boasts amenities that are meant to spoil, like the Canyon Ranch Spa, top-notch entertainment, and swimming pools with private cabanas.
Rock of Ages
Set in L.A.’s infamous Sunset Strip in 1987, Rock of Ages tells the story of Drew, a boy from South Detroit and Sherrie, a small-town girl, both in L.A. to chase their dreams of making it big and falling in love. ROCK OF AGES takes you back to the times of big bands with big egos playing big guitar solos and sporting even bigger hair!
Please note: Guests will be required to present a valid photo ID and a credit card upon hotel check-in. Hotel package prices include room and room tax, only, and do not cover incidental charges, parking fees, or resort fees which some hotels may collect upon check-in to cover added-value services such as spa, fitness, phone charges and energy fees. In most cases, guests must be at least 21 years old to check in and there must be one person at least 21 years old staying in each room. Most hotel check-in times are 2:00pm to 3:00pm and most hotel check-out times are 11:00am to 12:00pm. To avoid confusion, please note that your flight departure date and time may be different from your hotel checkout date and time.
The USD $25 (plus tax) per person, per night resort fee includes: