LAS VEGAS -- The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino's new hotel tower,
slated to open late next month, now has a name: Venezia.
Part of the property's $275 million expansion, the tower will
feature 1,013 suites, a pool complex modeled after a Venetian
garden, a restaurant and the resort's first wedding chapel -- which
can accommodate up to 150 people and can be divided into three
Among the new guest suites will be 122 concierge-level rooms
located within the top five floors on the west side of the tower
with views of the Strip.
Guests staying in these rooms will enjoy private check-in and
elevator access; a business lounge with equipment such as copy and
fax machines and a DVD library; continental breakfast and evening
appetizers and drinks offered in the lounge; and in-room extras
such as bottled water at turndown and coffee or tea delivered with
The project also includes the addition of 150,000 square feet of
exhibit and ballroom space that will be used for 42 meetings rooms
and 22 boardrooms.
For more details or reservations, call suite reservations at
(702) 414-4100 or the group sales department at (702) 414-4020 or
log onto www.venetian.com.
Speaking of new towers, the Bellagio resort broke ground on its
$375 million Spa Tower, which will feature 925 rooms and
Also included is an expansion of the property's spa and salon,
an additional 60,000 square feet of meetings and convention space,
more room for retail stores and a restaurant.
The tower is scheduled for completion in December 2004.
For more information, call (888) 987-6667 or visit the resort's
Web site at www.bellagio.com.