The Venetian Resort in Las Vegas to undergo $1.5B renovation

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The Venetian Resort along the Las Vegas Strip will undergo a $1.5 billion top-to-bottom reinvestment project, “the largest and most expensive hotel renovation in history,” according to the resort. 

The project will touch every aspect of the iconic Las Vegas resort, from a rebrand of its lion logo to a redesign of its suites, The Venetian announced Wednesday. The project aligns with the resort’s 25th anniversary. 

All 4,000 suites in the Venetian tower will be upgraded with a new “energy, spirit and warmth,” the resort detailed in a release. The suites will feature a “contemporary, fresh design” inspired by the traditional ornate costumes of the Venetian Carnival. The renovated suites will be ready for guests in September. 

With the redevelopment, the Venetian — built as a tribute to the city of Venice — will not stray from its Italian roots. Rather, the project will “reimagine [Venice’s] representation in the modern age,” according to the resort. 

Beyond the guest rooms, the project will add entertainment venues like the Palazzo High Limit Lounge, a fully redesigned sportsbook and a brand-new poker room slated to debut this summer. Several new chef-led culinary concepts will also open at the resort. 

The Venetian will invest $188 million into its on-site convention center, revamping the space with an “upscale” color palette, luxury lounge seating for meetings and market-leading technology, the release detailed. The design will reflect the needs of longstanding group guests, according to the resort. 

“This redevelopment marks more than just a surface-level renovation, it signifies a deep understanding of our guests and a profound reimagining of an iconic resort unlike any other in history,” Patrick Nichols, president and CEO of the Venetian Resort Las Vegas, said in a statement.

Other luxury resort projects underway in Las Vegas include a multibillion-dollar redevelopment poised for a long-vacant site just a few blocks from the Venetian. And earlier this week, MGM Resorts International CEO Bill Hornbuckle touted a new development set to take shape along the Strip.

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