Maybe it didn’t happen exactly like that but I’m pretty sure that if you could experience a little Winter in Venice, Las Vegas style, you would most likely change your plans from here on out. The Venetian and Palazzo Las Vegas are reinventing Winter in Las Vegas and making the holiday season a must visit.
From November 18, 2013 until January 6, 2014 the holidays will be on winter overdrive at The Venetian and Palazzo.
The Highlights of Winter in Venice at The Venetian and Palazzo Las Vegas
- Outdoor Skating Rink – The Venetian will have an outdoor ice skating rink out front along with giant snowflakes and holidays lights. It will be a true winter wonderland. The ice skating rink is even “Green.” Staying true to its environmentally conscious self the Venetian will erect a synthetic rink that requires no refrigeration or electricity.
Hours at the Outdoor Skating Rink at Venetian Las Vegas:
Guests can enjoy the outdoor skating rink daily, with sessions at 3:15pm, 4:15pm, 5:15pm, 6:15pm, 7:15pm, 8:15pm, 9:15pm, and 10:15pm. Guests visiting with a Winter in Venice overnight package will receive a complimentary skating session in their Passaporto. Skating tickets are $14.95 for general admission, and $9.95 for Las Vegas locals with an ID and Grazie™ cardholders. Children ages 7-12 are complimentary (up to three free children with one paid, local or Grazie admission). Children must be 7 or older to skate.
- The Nightly Holiday Spectacular- 3 times each evening the holidays are celebrated with a light show and a grand Holiday Tree lighting.
Show times for the Winter in Venice Holiday light show are 6 and 8 p.m. nightly at The Venetian’s Doge’s Palace