This is a 3 part series which is a continuation from Las Vegas: Venetian Hotel American Fine Hotel & Resorts Review Part 1 & Las Vegas: Venetian Hotel American Fine Hotel & Resorts Review Part 2
The great thing about booking an American Express Fine Hotel & Resorts rate is that breakfast in the morning is taken care of as stated in the welcome letter.
In this case, breakfast for two is dined in the comfort of your own room. We ordered a pot of coffee, two orange juices, two iced waters, assorted pastries, and toast.
Room service came within 30 minutes of ordering and the bill included taxes & gratuity, so you just need to sign your name but there is a tip line for additional gratuity if you wish. The iced waters were not brought, but we promptly shrugged it off since we were overloaded on liquids. The assorted pastries consisted of muffins and croissants. The pot of coffee came with milk and sugar in addition to a cup and saucer. The three slices of toast came in a basket with butter and assorted jams.
During checkout, I requested the $20 resort fee be waived since the internet was spotty and it was promptly removed. The $100 pre-fixe dinner charge was taken care of and all that was left on the remaining balance was the dinner tip. I stayed at THEhotel in Mandalay Bay the night after, so stay tuned for the full review. I will leave you with breathtaking pictures of the view from my Bella Suite at the Venetian.