The Palazzo casino floor at The Venetian Resort in Las Vegas is set to debut a high-limit gaming lounge on September 29th. The gaming area, designed by Wimberly Interiors, will stretch across 15,000 square feet. It will have two distinctive curated spaces, one dedicated to table games and the other to high-end popular slots.
The gaming lounge will feature sixty-seven of the latest slot cabinets, offering a wide range of games from traditional to video games to single and multi-hand poker, with some games offering jackpots exceeding $2 million.
It will also have eighteen table games including blackjack, commission-free Tiger Baccarat, roulette, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, and craps. Additionally, its Ultimate Texas Hold’em games are linked to the resort's Millionaire Progressive. The Venetian says that the popular side bet has made eleven millionaires since its inception.
The Palazzo Casino, Las Vegas
The lounge will house a bar with bar-top machines, cashiers, restrooms, and private casino host access exclusive to the space. The resort’s expert mixologist, Andrew Pollard, will unveil a ‘special cocktail program just for the players in the space.’
The Venetian on its website notes that the mixologist drew inspiration from Italy for the menu. It will give guests the experience of hand-crafted drinks that "embody the artfully designed venue." Ornate chandeliers, marble details, and curated art accent the lounge. Self-pay will be available on all games for expedited jackpot payments.
Patrick Nichols, president and chief executive officer of The Venetian Resort Las Vegas
Patrick Nichols, president and chief executive officer of The Venetian Resort Las Vegas, in a press statement, 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 Venetian Resort's commitment to invest in our casino guests continually.”
He added: “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 new high-limit gaming space is part of The Venetian’s renovation plans, which will see the resort undergo a $1 billion redevelopment.