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Two Luxurious Ways to Plan Your Grand Escape at the Venetian Resort

Two Luxurious Ways to Plan Your Grand Escape at the Venetian Resort
Bouchon Chicken and Waffles

A world of luxury awaits guests at The Venetian as it unveils the Grand Escape Package, a curated experience inspired by the refined relaxation of the resort’s Venezia tower with culinary experiences at Bouchon by acclaimed chef Thomas Keller. The extravagant resort, recently ranked number one on Condé Nast Traveler’s Reader’s Choice Awards, has also announced the reopening of Prestige Lounge, the club-level amenity located inside the sophisticated Palazzo tower.

Escape to Venezia

The new Grand Escape Package features a minimum two-night stay, and a beautifully appointed brunch and dinner experience at the award-winning Bouchon by Thomas Keller, whose many accolades include “America’s Best Chef” by Time Magazine. The package also includes a retail credit and a private shopping experience upon request at Grand Canal Shoppes.

Set apart in the secluded corner of The Venetian Resort, Venezia Tower is comfortably close to the action, yet far enough away for additional relaxation. This hidden gem is the ultimate escape, and the perfect destination for those seeking a restorative and private getaway. Surrounding the lush Venezia Pool Garden, to which Venezia guests exclusively have access, the enchanting design of the tower is often described as a respite from the excitement of the Las Vegas Strip, with suites that are almost twice the size of the average Las Vegas hotel room.

Starting at $639* per stay, the Grand Escape Package is a great way to experience all that the resort has to offer while also providing respite from the Las Vegas Strip.  The package is bookable for stays exclusively at the Venezia Tower, between October 22 – November 30, 2020, and is valid for Thursday-Sunday stays only, with a two-night minimum. Packages are limited and based on availability, and include the following:

  • A two-night minimum stay at Venezia tower
  • A welcome amenity
  • A prix fixe brunch and dinner experience at Bouchon*
    • Brunch
      • Glass of mimosa
      • Choice of appetizer: Saumon Fume, Toast a l’Avocat, or Foie Gras Pain Perdu
      • Choice of entrée: Benedicte au Crabe, Poulet et des Gaufres, or Truffle Croque Madame
      • Assortment of shortbread cookies
    • Dinner
      • Taste of Champagne
      • Steak Tartare & Truffle Gougere
      • Choice of appetizer: Soup du Jour, Gnocchi de Pommes de Terre, or Salade Maraichere au Chevre Chaud
      • Choice of entrée: Poulet Roti, Steak Frites, or Trout Grenobloise
      • Choice of dessert: Tarte au Citron, Tarte au Citron, or Chocolate Bouchons
  • A $50 retail credit for Grand Canal Shoppes and a private shopping experience upon request

To book reservations, call (866)-403-8046 or book online at www.venetian.com/veneziaoffer.

*Plus taxes and resort fee.

The Ultimate Upgrade Returns: Prestige Club Lounge

The exclusive Prestige Club Lounge, the popular club-level amenity with spectacular views from the 23rd floor of the Palazzo tower, will reopen for stays beginning November 19.

Guests purchasing a Prestige upgrade enjoy access to additional amenities during their stay, including access to the 10,000-square-foot Prestige Club Lounge, along with enhanced COVID-19 safety protocols in place, including physical distancing, limited occupancy, and sanitization of high-touch surfaces and tables between each use. Prestige guests can bypass the front desk for a private check-in, and sip on a welcome glass of Prosecco in the lounge. In addition, Prestige offers complimentary continental breakfast, afternoon coffees and teas, and handcrafted cocktails with hot and cold appetizers in the evening, all served by dedicated attendants behind tables with plexiglass barriers.

Architectural Digest magazine raved about the Prestige experience, including it on its list of ten hotels “where you should splurge on a club-level upgrade.” 

For more information on Prestige, visit www.venetian.com/prestige.

New Restaurants to Explore

Visitors who escape to The Venetian Resort can enjoy some of the city’s best restaurants, thanks to a busy two years of expansion for the resort’s hot culinary scene.  Since December 2018, several new restaurants have opened at the landmark Las Vegas resort, including this year’s opening of Majordōmo Meat & Fish and Moon Palace from Chef David Chang.  Other new restaurants include the award winning Asian cuisine of Mott 32 (Dec. 2018), Matteo’s Ristorante Italiano (Jan. 2019), sixth + mill ristorante, pizzeria and bar (June 2019), the all-vegan Truth & Tonic Café by Canyon Ranch Spa(June 2019), and the acclaimed Greek seafood restaurant Estiatorio Milos in early 2021. 

While the restaurant scene at The Venetian continues to evolve, the resort’s cocktail program has spurred a sensation. At the helm of it all is The Cocktail Collective at The Venetian Resort, a portfolio of three nightlife destinations: The Dorsey cocktail bar, Rosina cocktail loungeand Electra Cocktail Club. Together, these venues have been racking up accolades as they redefine cocktail culture in Las Vegas. In addition, several of The Venetian’s signature restaurants introduced new craft cocktail programs in the last year, including Mott 32, Majordōmo, Matteo’s, sixth+mill, CUT, and Chica.

Venetian Clean Experiences

The Venetian Resort is guided by the Venetian Clean Commitment, which includes more than 800 cleanliness and operational protocols rolled out in response to this year’s pandemic.  The set of guidelines, which incorporates guidance from national, state and local agencies, gives guests comfort that the resort is taking the appropriate steps to minimize risk and enhance safety for all Team Members and visitors. 

To verify its Venetian Clean standards, The Venetian Resort has been certified by Bureau Veritas, a nearly 200-year-old world leader in testing, inspection, and certification.  Bureau Veritas has developed the Safe Guard™ Hygiene Excellence and Safety Label to support the operational activities for The Venetian as it continues to keep safety and hygiene at the forefront. The Cleveland Clinic serves as the Medical Advisor for Bureau Veritas’ health, safety and sustainability programs, including Safe Guard. 

In addition, The Venetian is the only large resort in Las Vegas currently providing ongoing monthly testing for COVID-19 to its front-line Team Members. As of September, The Venetian Resort has provided nearly 46,000 COVID tests since this proactive testing program began.

To provide transparency, top-line changes are shared at venetian.com/VenetianClean.