The Venetian to debut its high-limit gaming lounge on The Palazzo casino floor

September 15, 2023

The new space will feature slots, table games and poker tables in its 15,000 square-foot space.

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas will unveil its high-limit gaming lounge, which was designed by Wimberly Interiors. The addition is part of The Venetian’s $1bn resort renovation and redevelopment plan.

The lounge resides on The Palazzo casino floor and is comprised of 15,000 square feet of gaming space.

Guests can get in on the action of high-stakes gaming in the room’s two curated spaces. One space offers table games, while the other features high-end slot machines. The new lounge will feature a bar, as well as restrooms, cashiers and a private casino host exclusive access.

Players will have several gaming options in the new space, including traditional slots, video slots, jackpot offerings and both single and multi-hand poker. All games for expedited jackpot payments will have self-pay available.

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas President and CEO Patrick Nichols said, “We designed our high-limit lounge with the sole focus of enhancing the player experience.

"We really wanted this lounge to be an elevated but not exclusive destination for our players and a statement of the commitment The Venetian Resort has made to continually invest in our casino guests.

“This is the next step forward in the resort’s multi-year transformation and will provide an artfully designed setting that reflects our vision and exceeds the expectations of our casino guests.”

The entrance has been updated to include marble, an ornate chandelier and a custom dreamcatcher sculpture comprised of Murano glass, gold leaf and resin.

Resort Chief Gaming Officer Danny Ruiz said the room is “thoughtfully designed and the perfect space for those looking for an elevated yet inviting experience from the main casino floor.”

He went on to add, “This lounge will provide a premium gaming experience for our guests. It will be like no other high-limit lounge in Las Vegas.”  


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