Resort Selected As One Of The Top Hotels
In The Americas & The Caribbean
VEGAS - /BUSINESS WIRE/ - The
Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino has been recognized by Conde Nast
Traveler as one of the top 20 hotels in the Americas and the Caribbean.
Listed among exceptional
properties such as The Ritz Carlton and The Four Seasons, The
Venetian is one of only two Las Vegas properties to receive an
Venetian was up against the finest resorts in the country, competing
with top properties from the Bahamas and Hawaii to Alaska and Chile.
"We are honored
to receive an award of such statue from Conde Nast Traveler,"
noted Rob Goldstein, president of The
Venetian. "It is a privilege to be ranked so highly among
some of the most luxurious and world-renowned hotels."
Conde Nast Traveler's readers
vote on the property they feel deserve the award, based on the standards
in which each property upholds in four different areas; these areas
are rooms, service, restaurants, and location.
Themed after Renaissance
Venice, Italy, The
Venetian offers guests 3,036 hotel suites (each standard suite
measures approximately 700 square feet), approximately 120,000 square
feet of gaming floor, approximately 500,000 square feet of retail
space at The Grand Canal Shoppes, the luxurious 65,000 square-foot
Canyon Ranch® SpaClub(TM), approximately 500,000 square feet of
meeting space at The
Venetian Congress Center and a direct link to the approximately
1 million square-foot Sands Expo and Convention Center.
Venetian is currently building an additional 1,013-suite hotel
tower, which will make it the 3rd largest hotel in the world upon
completion in mid-June 2003. The expansion also includes 150,000 square
feet of additional convention center space. The suites in the new
tower will help to better accommodate convention planners, exhibitors,
In October 2001,
also became home to two world-class museums: the 63,700 square-foot
Guggenheim Las Vegas featuring The Art of the Motorcycle installation
and the 7,760 square-foot Guggenheim Hermitage Museum featuring Masterpieces
and Master Collectors.