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Venetian, Palazzo Las Vegas resorts to reopen June 4

Posted at 10:57 PM, May 29, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-30 02:04:13-04

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Venetian Resort announced it will open both the Venetian and Palazzo towers at 9 a.m. on June 4.

The resort said it plans to provide guests a luxury Las Vegas experience in a safe and clean environment when it reopens its doors, along with the Grand Canal Shoppes.

"While our doors have been closed, we have been busy preparing for this very moment," said George Markantonis, president and chief operating officer. "Our team rallied around the call to reimagine our resort experience so guests can enjoy the excitement of Las Vegas with the comfort of knowing that we've addressed important touchpoints to minimize their risk and enhance their safety."

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The team has rolled out a Venetian Clean Commitment - new cleanliness and operational protocols that meet or exceed the resort's already existing standards.

And under the Venetian Clean program, the resort's experience has been adapted to follow the guidance provided by federal, state, and local authorities, represented by more than 800 individual initiatives.

The company said it has also aligned with an independent inspection company, which will certify and audit the elements of the new resort program to provide further peace of mind for guests.

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Also, the company will provide COVID-19 testing for team members before they return to work, and, optionally, for all members of their household.

"Guests will find The Venetian Resort they have always known and loved, from our Venetian Clean guest suites and casinos to romantic gondola rides, complete with physically distant serenades," Markantonis said.