Venetian redesigns pool deck

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A renewed sense of European escape was the goal of the Venetian's recent pool deck enhancements.
A renewed sense of European escape was the goal of the Venetian's recent pool deck enhancements.

Inspired by the Italian Riviera, the Venetian Resort Las Vegas recently refreshed its pool deck with the addition of 10 high-end cabanas, a bar, sculptures and lush landscaping.

Features of the Venetian Courtyard Cabanas include a fully stocked refrigerator with beverages, carafes of fruit-infused water, an assorted fruit plate and nut and chocolate mixes. The more intimate Venetian Plunge Cabanas include private plunge pools, a TV screen, magazines, vintage games, chilled peppermint face towels, a sun care bar, magazines, plush robes and a Polaroid camera.

Each pool on the deck has a distinct vibe with daybeds and chaise lounges in the water. The sculptures and gardens capture the look and feel of a European escape.

Renowned barman Sam Ross, who spent seven years as head bartender at Sasha Petraske's landmark Milk & Honey cocktail bar in New York, has created a poolside cocktail menu for the new bar in the center of the gardens. He emphasizes seasonal fruit and freshly squeezed juices. The menu features shaken classics, slushies and a variety of nonalcoholic options. The bar joins the Dorsey, Rosina and Electra Cocktail Club to enhance the hotel's cocktail program.

Celebration packages are available to customize a cabana for any occasion, including birthday and bachelorette parties. The Venetian Plunge Pool Cabana accommodates 15 to 20 guests, and packages start at $350. These cabanas must be booked at least 10 days in advance.

For more information, visit venetian.com.

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