In light of the COVID-19 crisis and in anticipation of its eventual reopening, The Venetian has released its Venetian Clean Commitment created to minimize risk and enhance safety for its staff as well as visitors. To provide transparency into these new plans and protocols, as well as its COVID-specific changes, The Venetian shares this protocol that represents more than 800 separate initiatives they have rolled out in response to the pandemic from the arrival experience to the suite experience, from the casino floor to restaurants and lounges.

At this time, The Venetian Resort remains closed and is not currently accepting reservations as they continue to assess this ever-evolving situation. They have canceled all existing reservations on the books through May 31 and will continue to adhere to guidance provided by the state of Nevada.

Plus, all team members continue to receive full pay and benefits through May 17. The resort is also continuing its program to provide emergency pay for employees of several partner restaurants.

The Venetian, along with Las Vegas Sands and Sands Expo, continues to do good by donating millions of pieces of PPE to healthcare workers in New York and Nevada to delivering more than two semi-trucks stocked with food to local food banks, and distributing 20,000 hygiene kits to Las Vegas charities.

More details about Venetian Clean can be found here. For more on what the future of travel will look like, visit #AmazingDaysAhead.