How to celebrate the Lunar New Year at the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas & save money on your hotel stay

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Click here for information about the 2023 Chinese New Year celebration at the Venetian Resort.

Las Vegas is a city that enjoys celebrating cultural diversity and holidays. So it should be no surprise that Sin City goes all out for Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year, aka Lunar New Year, begins on February 1 this year.

2022 is the Year of the Tiger, the third sign of the Chinese zodiac. It is believed that the animal ruling your birth year influences your personality and ultimately your destiny. People born during the Year of the Tiger are brave, friendly, competitive, charming, love a challenge and are endowed with goodluck and authority.

Each year, The Venetian Resort commemorates the Lunar New Year with a colossal art installation. A gigantic Tiger will stand guard over the Waterfall & Atrium Gardens. The Venetian Resort’s floral and horticulture departments worked with a team of artisans from around the globe to ensure authenticity. A Feng Shui master recommends you walk clockwise around the tiger display three times to bring the blessings of Heaven, Earth and Mankind on you.

Mott 32 Restaurant at the Venetian

Mott 32 restaurant on the casino floor was voted “Strip Restaurant of the Year” by Desert Companion. They are offering a special menu to celebrate the Lunar New Year. You can feast on

  • Abalone Fish Maw Soup
  • BBQ Iberico Pork and Marinated Cucumber
  • Crab Roe, Iberico Pork Soup Dumpling
  • Steamed European Seabass, Ginger Pickled Chili
  • Wagyu Beef, Black Pepper Sauce, Lettuce
  • Brown Sugar Sticky Rice Cake

These foods are said to bring you luck and encourage prosperity in the new year. It will be available from January 28 through February 5, 2022.

Other Restaurants & Stores at the Venetian

At Majordomo Meat & Fish, Chef David Chang has given the traditional dish of longevity noodles a new twist. Try the Longevity Lo Mein, that includes lobster and bok choy to encourage further fortune and longevity. It is finished with a toss in chili oil, fresh ginger and crispy garlic. This dish is a “must have” for a New Year foodie celebration.

Hong Kong Cafe, Sushisamba, TAO Asian Bistro, Noodle Asia and The X Pot all offer their own unique dishes to experience. Make reservations in advance so you won’t have a long wait.

The Grand Canal Shoppes in the Venetian Resort has over 160 shops and stores. The Shoppes will also celebrate Chinese New Year. The celebrations will start on February 3, 2022, with a ribbon cutting ceremony. You can experience a traditional lion blessing, the “dotting of the lion’s eyes” ritual and a traditional lion dance.

Dress in red to enhance your luck and spend time at The Venetian Resort Casino. Celebrate the Lunar New Year by winning big!

The Venetian Resort is a luxury hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. Glide down their Grand Canal on a gondola with a singing gondolier pilot.

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