Vegas may be famous for containing a second Paris, but Paris is not the only taste of Europe you can experience inside the walls of some of the more daring hotels in Las Vegas. The Venetian hotel is famous for having recreated many of Venice’s most iconic landmarks, including the Rialto Bridge, the Doge’s Palace, St. Mark’s Square, the Bridge of Sighs-and of course, the Grand Canal. Venetian rooms are large-700-square-feet, to be precise. Decorated in cheery blues and yellows, standard rooms have rather regal furnishings with a spacious canopied bedchamber and step-down parlor. Each room also has two 27-inch TVs, three dual-line phones and a fax-copier-printer. Oversized bathrooms (130-square-feet) feature dual vanities, separate glass-walled shower, deep tub, and private water closet, all beautifully decorated in Italian marble. More lavish suites also come with shaving kits and toothbrushes, but anyone can request them from housekeeping. If you’re looking for a bit more peace and quiet, book a room in the newish Venezia Tower.