Venetian Las Vegas delivers its latest high-limit gaming lounge, which will be positioned on the Palazzo casino floor. The artistic and architectural brain behind the lounge is Wimberly Interiors, and it will be spread over an area of 15,000 square feet. There will be a designated section for table games and another for the most advanced and popular slot machines.
According to the casino news, the high-limit club will feature an elegant bar, cashiers, private facilities, and a dedicated host exclusively for the use of the VIP patrons. Andrew Pollard, who is the seasoned mixologist at the resort, will be introducing a cocktail event with hand-made recipes as per Italian taste. There will be 67 new-age slot cabinets providing a mixed array of games, from conventional ones to video games and single- and multi-hand poker. A couple of the games will have jackpots crossing $2 million.
Participants in the games will have the opportunity to choose from among 18 different tables, each of which will include a different gambling game, including craps, baccarat, blackjack, roulette, and Ultimate Texas Hold’em. Eleven millionaires have been minted using the resort’s Millionaire Progressive, which will now be connected to Ultimate Texas Hold’em games. Every game will incorporate the idea of self-play, which will allow jackpot payouts to be made more quickly.
According to the President and Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Nichols, the high-limit lounge was created with the top priority being the ultimate gamer exposure to all taking part in the available games. The idea was for all genres of players to be able to visit the property and experience the sheer bliss of playing the games. In the near future, The Venetian will be going through $1 billion worth of restructuring.