The Venetian Resort Las Vegas Announces $1.5 Billion Facelift

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas has announced a $1.5 billion renovation project timed to its 25th anniversary.

Following the recent launches of HaSalon, Voltaire Belle de Nuit and Sphere at The Venetian, the resort’s property-wide makeover touches everything from a rebrand of The Venetian’s lion logo to a redesign of its suites. Available for stays beginning in September 2024, all 4,000 suites in The Venetian towers, including signature suites will be completely updated. Beyond the accommodations, the redevelopment is expected include the addition of new chef-led culinary concepts, which will be announced later this year.

In addition to first-to-market entertainment, the redevelopment presents new gaming offerings including The Palazzo High Limit Lounge, the fully redesigned sportsbook complete with a multi-year naming rights partnership with Yahoo, the Yahoo Sportsbook powered by William Hill, and a new poker room that will debut this summer. Earlier this year, the resort unveiled Venetian Rewards, a loyalty program that encompasses both gaming and non-gaming expenditures, enhances earning transparency for slots, provides tangible and valuable benefits, and unlocks more ways to earn Rewards Points off the casino floor.

As part of the redevelopment, The Venetian Resort made a commitment to invest $188 million dollars in the renovation of its Congress & Expo Center spanning 2.25 million square feet. Key design elements will include a new color palette, luxury lounge spaces for meetings, and new technology. The redesign will begin this summer.

Earlier this year, The Venetian Resort announced the Food Rescue Alliance in collaboration with The Just One Project. The program takes surplus fresh food from catered events to be repackaged and provided to individuals suffering from food insecurity in the Las Vegas Valley.

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