Every year, The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas commemorates the lunar new year with a colossal art installation. In 2022 – the Year of the Tiger – the majestic feline will stand guard over The Waterfall & Atrium Gardens.
To prepare for the traditional holiday, the resort’s floral and horticulture department worked with a team of artisans from around the world. To ensure authenticity, they also consulted with a Feng Shui master, who recommends that guests walk clockwise around the tiger display three times to bring blessings of Heaven, Earth and Mankind upon them.
“Chinese New Year is such a special event to our guests, that constructing and designing a scene that’s not only authentic, but in grand Las Vegas fashion, has always been important,” said Dana Beatty, director of floral and horticulture for The Venetian Resort. “We really pay attention to the details and take into account specifics to bring luck in 2022, but, more than all, we aim for it to be a spectacle our guests will never forget.”
The entire resort participates in the Chinese New Year celebration, including the casinos, restaurants, and Grand Canal Shoppes. The Chinese New Year schedule of events will be posted here by Jan. 4: https://www.venetianlasvegas.com/holidays/chinese-new-year.html
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The iconic Venetian Resort Las Vegas is comprised of three all-suite towers: The Venetian, The Palazzo and Venezia. The resort experience is marked by a commitment to sophisticated play and light-hearted luxury, with world-class restaurants from celebrated chefs; the rejuvenating Canyon Ranch spa + fitness; a five-acre pool and garden deck inspired by the Italian Riviera; two landmark casinos and a poker room and unparalleled retail experiences at Grand Canal Shoppes. A premier events and conference center, the resort is home to more than 2.25 million square feet of meeting, exposition and convention space. The Venetian offers Grazie Rewards, a resort-wide loyalty program that provides guests with access and benefits based on their activities throughout the resort and casinos, including slots, table games, hotel, food and beverage outlets and retail.
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