The Venetian is 20 years old and is ready for you to party! The casino resort is kicking off a “Year of Celebrations.” This is an invitation for guests to celebrate any special occasions throughout the year with friends and family at The Venetian and The Palazzo.
The Venetian has created special celebration events for guests that may want to mark a milestone birthday, anniversary, to an over-the-top bachelor/bachelorette party. They are providing new celebratory options and resources to make your party planning easier.
The Venetian now has a dedicated Celebrations Team to help party planners navigate through the endless number of things to do in Las Vegas. I’m old enough to remember when a concierge would handle things like this.
Anyway, the specially trained experts can create a memorable experience for any occasion from start to finish. In addition, online tools and trip guides are available for guests to discover new small-group opportunities, giving travelers more turnkey options for their itineraries.
“At a destination where our guests expect the world, we believe one of our most valuable services is to provide context – and help curate the experience. This is what makes our Celebrations Team so impactful,” said Marcy Miles, chief marketing officer for The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. “Las Vegas provides infinite possibilities for a celebration vacation. Whether looking for activities for the ultimate family reunion, the best spot for a festive dinner, or the makings of an epic birthday weekend, we lighten the load by providing inspiration and valuable insights so our guests can focus on the fun.”
Year Of Celebration Packages
The Venetian has a handful of customizable Celebration packages available. While these can be booked by anyone, it’s a lot easier to have someone do the legwork. Here’s a look at a few different options:
The Celebrations Team at The Venetian can help curate an itinerary fit for an epic weekend. “There are so many options at The Venetian, depending on the make-up of the group,” said Rebecca Stebbins, director of Celebrations at The Venetian Resort.
“For instance, Canyon Ranch Spa has a Celebrations Suite that is the ultimate respite for those looking to relax while spending time together. In contrast, Lagasse’s Stadium has multiple VIP suites for groups to gather and watch a televised sporting event in a way they never have before.”
TAO Nightclub has been the city’s “go to” location for milestone birthdays for years, and even offers a complimentary “Turning 21” birthday package for those who inquire in advance.
Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties
From a traditional weekend to a co-ed party, The Venetian has a package. Several experiences include a bar crawl through The Cocktail Collective venues The Dorsey, Rosina and Electra, and a Bourbon Tasting at Yardbird, paired with a four-course meal. “We found that bachelorette groups sometimes request a lighter meal before a night at the clubs,” said Stebbins.
Yardbird is one of my favorite restaurants on the Vegas Strip. The bourbon options are fantastic…and so are the chicken biscuits.
Creating an itinerary fit for all ages can be a challenge, but with an expert working through the details, each guest will walk away feeling the trip was designed just for them.
“There are options here that most would not expect,” said Stebbins. “We have had groups host private poker tournaments, shopping excursions, or themed dinners in our private dining rooms.”
Guests can plan anything from a vow renewal on an enchanting gondola, to a delectable dinner in an award-winning restaurant, to a breathtaking helicopter tour of the Las Vegas Strip. “While anniversary getaways tend to be more couple focused, a recent trend addresses the other side of the coin,” said Stebbins.
How about the opposite of an anniversary celebration? “Newly separated people are inviting friends along for a Divorce Weekend. In fact, TAO Nightclub and TAO Beach have a special table package catered especially to these groups.”
Don’t Forget…Want The World
The Venetian will also plan a wedding package for anyone looking to get hitched in Las Vegas. All of these packages are in addition to the “Want The World” packages. These packages will cost a pretty penny (like 6 figures).
The best way to plan any of the packages is to call The Venetian directly. If you are just looking for hotel deals for Venetian, they can be found here.
Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.
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