The Venetian Las Vegas has a Celebration Party for Every Occasion

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The Venetian Las Vegas has a Celebration Party for Every Occasion. The Celebrations Team at the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas can help guests plan over-the-top, romantic or rejuvenating celebrations for birthdays, anniversaries, bachelor or bachelorette parties and just about any other event worth heading to Sin City for an exciting experience.

I recently celebrated my birthday at the Palazzo Las Vegas, Venetian’s sister property. We were picked up in style by the resort’s private limousine and whisked off to the Palazzo’s VIP lounge for special guest check-in service. There we got to enjoy free champagne, beverages and snacks.

A huge surprise was in store in our beautiful Bella suite. Big bouquets of pretty pink, yellow, red and white balloons filled the suite. A huge rose floral arrangement, champagne, cupcakes and a special birthday pillow were waiting for me as we entered our room.

My ultimate birthday celebration continued all weekend with breakfast at Thomas Keller’s famous Bouchon restaurant and Grand Lux Café; dinners at Smith & Wollensky steakhouse, Matteos and sixth+mill restaurants; drinks at Mott 32; a hot stone massage at the famous Canyon Ranch Spa + Fitness Center and two tickets to their Atomic Saloon Show. The Venetian’s Celebration Team took care of every detail.

Birthdays are just one of the many celebration packages that the Venetian’s expert planners can help guests create. Newly single? Bachelor party? Brand new job? Each celebration is uniquely crafted and tailor made for every Venetian or Palazzo guest.

Some of the many experiences that can be included are a cocktail collection crawl where four guests can enjoy signature drinks at The Dorsey, dancing at Electra Cocktail Club and champagne at Rosina Cocktail Lounge; an oxygen facial and designer blowout before a night on The Strip; enjoying a crazy celebration shake at Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer; an all-night dancing party at Tao nightclub or a behind the scenes art and architecture tour of the properties.

Foodies have dozens of restaurants to choose from for celebratory dinners including Mott 32, Matteo’s Ristorante Italiano, Majordomo Meat & Fish (opening in late December 2019), Bouchon, Chica, Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, CUT, Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer, Buddy V’s, LAVO Italian Restaurant, Morels Steakhouse & Bistro, Sugarcane raw bar grill, Sushisamba, Once, TAO Asian Bistro, sixth+mill ristorante, Delmonico Steakhouse, Lagasse’s Stadium, Solaro, Canaletto, Canonita, Casanova, Grand Lux Café, Mercato della Percheria, Noodle Asia, Primeburger, Rockhouse, Royal Brittania Gastropub, Smith & Wollensky, Trattoria Reggiano and Truth & Tonic.

If a workout or relaxing spa is on your agenda, head to Canyon Ranch SpaClub, the Venetian’s 134,000 foot two level health spa, wellness and fitness facility. The state of the art spa includes massage, skin care and body treatment rooms, a fitness center, 40-foot indoor rock climbing wall, Pilates studio, cycling gym, relaxation lounges and European inspired thermal spa cabins, showers, cold rooms and aqua thermal bathing experiences.

The Venetian Las Vegas houses over 7,000 suites, a 120,000 square-foot casino, a large shopping mall and over 38 restaurants. Incorporating marble statues and design, gold leaf and a beautiful hand painted ceiling in the lobby, the resort transports guests to a mini Venice with its Grand Canal Shoppes, gondolas, and replicas of various Venetian landmarks including the Palazzo Ducale, Piazza San Marco, Piazzetta di San Marco, the Lion of Venice Column and the Column of Saint Theodore, St Mark’s Campanile, and the Rialto Bridge.

To plan your special celebration, contact the Venetian’s Celebration Team at 866.548.1807 or celebrations@sands.com.

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Shaena Engle
Shaena Engle is a food, lifestyle and travel writer for a variety of publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Pasadena magazine, AOL, The Daily Meal, The San Diego Union Tribune and PokerPro magazine. She has interviewed top chefs including Lidia Bastianich, Michael Chiarello, Hubert Keller, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Jose Andres, and many others. She has authored three books, The Cheap Bastard’s Guide to Las Vegas (Globe Pequot Press), The Best Places to Kiss in Southern California (Beginning Press, a romantic travel guide) and Silver Linings: Triumphs of The Chronically Ill and Physically Challenged (Prometheus Books).  She is also an amateur magician and often writes on gambling, poker and magical happenings.  She also is a freelance consultant on restaurant, food, travel and hospitality public relations and marketing efforts.

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