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Does the Venetian Hotel Have Balconies? (Las Vegas)

The Terrace rooms at the Venetian in the Venezia Tower have a terrace with sweeping views over the Venezia pool deck. These balcony rooms are not advertised and can only be booked by consulting Venetian staff directly when making a reservation. 

The Venetian Resort is a luxury hotel and casino complex located on the famous Las Vegas Strip. The hotel is the second-largest hotel in the world with the complex boasting 4,049 rooms and 3,068 suites along with a 120,000 square foot casino and other on-site attractions.

Does the Venetian Hotel Have Balconies? (Las Vegas)

Does the Venetian Hotel Have Balconies?

The Venetian Hotel grounds are modeled on the famous Venice cityscape of Italy, complete with functioning canals and replicas of many famous Venetian landmarks. 

It can be tough to find a hotel room in Las Vegas with a balcony or terrace, but for those with deep pockets, the Venetian offers a very limited (and unadvertised) range of rooms with a terrace. These rooms are generally reserved for high rollers spending big money at the resort.

The hotel rooms and suites advertised on the Venetian reservation website do not include a balcony or terrace option, however, a lucky few have reported that the Terrace rooms in the Venezia tower have a terrace. 

If you’re not a high-roller and have your heart set on a balcony room for your Vegas stay, check out our article: 10 Best Las Vegas Hotels with a Balcony or Terrace.

What Rooms Are Available at The Venetian?

Every room at The Venetian is a suite and they are “nearly double the size” when compared to the majority of standard Las Vegas hotel rooms. Let’s have a look at some of the room options available at The Venetian Resort. 

Luxury King Suite

The smallest room at the Venetian hotel is the Luxury King Suite and it is a spacious 650 square feet and offers a king-size bed, a separate sunken living room complete with a table and seat for 4 people, and a dedicated desk. 

The oversized ensuite bathroom has a marble-clad bath and a large walk-in shower. If TV is your thing, then there are three TVs in the Luxury King Suite, ranging from 19-inches to 46-inches. For those looking for a little outside air, the rooms may disappoint, as there is no balcony or terrace option available. 

Luxury Queen Suite

The Luxury Queen Suite is slightly larger than the King Suite and offers 2 queen-size beds, a sunken living area, and a generous bathroom with 750 square feet of space. Other than a little more space to accommodate the extra bed, the suite is identical to the King Suite and offers the same finish of Italian-inspired luxury.

Premium Two Queen Suite/Grand King Suite

The next step up from the Luxury King and Queen suites is the 1,100 square foot Premium Two Queen Suite. From the moment you enter the ornate double doors and swoon at the glorious marble-clad entry foyer, you’ll be swept up in the luxury finishes at every turn. 

The Grand King Suite oozes comfort and elegance and is slightly more spacious offering 1,500 square feet. It comes with all the same features as the Premium Two Queen Suite, just with that a little more room housing a powder room, Italian marble foyer, and an ensuite bathroom with a jetted tub.

Much the same as the previous suites mentioned, there is no advertised option for a balcony or terrace.

→ Check room rates at The Venetian Resort

The casino at The Venetian Las Vegas.
The casino at The Venetian Las Vegas.


A stay at the Venetian Hotel is to step into effortless elegance from the moment you enter the complex. The rooms are some of the largest on the Las Vegas Strip, and the location is second to none. 

For those searching for a balcony or terrace option, the Venetian may be the answer to your prayers, but you’ll have to try your luck and contact them directly to be in with a chance of scoring a poolside terraced room. 

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