LAS VEGAS—The Venetian Las Vegas has completed a year-long suite renovation project, providing the largest standard guestrooms in Las Vegas a brighter, more contemporary design, according to the hotel. Last summer, The Venetian began the one-year project to update all of its 650-sq.-ft. standard guest suites.
The extensive renovation of 3,000 Luxury, Bella, Renaissance, Prima and Rialto suites included new paint and wallcoverings, a replacement of furniture and carpeting, and the installation of larger format televisions. In addition, the desks were fitted with a new media “hub” system, with USB charging capabilities for phones and laptops.
In response to guest feedback for a “brighter” room, the redesigned suites feature new energy-efficient light bulbs that use less energy while providing more total light output, according to the hotel.
Outside the suites, the corridors have also been revamped using richer and more contemporary colors, and increased lighting levels. In addition, many of the resort’s Hospitality Suites have been renovated to include a new outdoor courtyard.