The Venetian on Grace Bay was recently visited by noted veteran travel writer Tim Leffel. Leffel runs an excellent travel review site named Hotel Scoop. This time it was the Venetian on Grace Bay’s turn to be reviewed—you can read Tim’s review of the Venetian here.
What about Grace Bay? Tim says:
“Down at the beach, lounge chairs and umbrellas are set up and there are complimentary accessories for fun, like boogie boards, beach toys, and lounging rafts. A cooler contains bottled water for guests. You can walk or run for miles on this beach in each direction.”
Tim Leffel is a veteran travel writer who has won multiple awards and is frequently invited to speak at industry events. He has been published in more than 50 publications over two decades and one of his blogs has been published continually since 2003. He is editor of PerceptiveTravel.com and is the author of five travel books.
While at the Venetian, Tim stayed in a one-bedroom suite (“as big as many homes at 1,800 square feet”), and he mentioned the extensive granite counter tops and high-end appliances in the kitchen.
Besides the “strong and fast WiFi,” Tim complimented the Venetian Resort’s housekeeping, which “functions like a hotel.”
Tim finishes his review of our resort on Grace Bay by noting the Venetian “is a true luxury property on an island that already caters to high-end travelers.”
Check out the video tour Tim Leffel made of a one-bedroom suite at the Venetian: