Venetian Casino Review

The casino achieves a rarity in Las Vegas: a themed hotel that is still elegant and luxurious. The Venetian theme carries through into their large casino as well. The casino offer upscale gaming that attracts mainly businessmen and high-rollers. Comfortable seats and excellent service make this casino one of the favorites on the Strip. Although swank, the casino actually offers some reasonably priced gaming with pretty good odds.

The Venetian offers all the favorites: blackjack, craps, roulette, baccarat, Pai Gow, Let It Ride, three-card, casino war, big 6, Caribbean Stud, and plenty more. The casino is large so take your time and walk around before you select a game. All games are offered at various increments. Many minimum bets start at around $15 but can go as high as $25 a hand just to play during the weekends and on holidays. However, there are a few tables which offer a pretty good advantage for the player. For example, they offer a few single zero roulette games if you shop around a little. The Venetian is also known for their High-Limit Salon which offers excellent service and amenities to high-rollers and favorite casino guests. The Venetian has thousands of slot machines in any style or price you could wish for. They have lots of penny machines but prices can go as high as $500 a pull. There is also a high-limit salon for slots as well. Their drink service is fast and efficient and their drinks are strong. Club Grazie is a pretty generous slot club so players should make sure to join and use their cards often.

The race and sports book is large and luxurious. There are 43 TVs total and half are dedicated to sports while the other half is dedicated to racing. There are three large screen TVs that show mostly big events. There are 150 seats set up in a comfortable lounge setting. There are also eleven betting windows so you’ll never have to wait in line. The big electronic score boards posts up to the minute odds. The minimum bets at this race and sports book are a little high at $10 for sports and $2 for racing.

Another fun spot in this casino is the poker room. It’s huge with a total of 39 tables. There are even some sitting areas for those just watching or waiting for a table to open up. This poker room is probably one of the nicest in town and it’s extremely popular so expect a wait to get a seat at the table you want.