This is the most low key of the VIP rooms we've been to in Vegas and that's probably because there's only one television, most Gold members we've come across are over 50 years old and there is no bar and no liquor served. There are plenty of cold and hot beverages, which are self serve. This is accompanied by fruit and pastry in the morning as well or small fried foods (we saw spring rolls and wings) and soup in the afternoon.
The room is a decent size, but it's not too large and probably gets most crowded around meal times, but we did find The Gold Lounge to be a nice respite from the Venetian casino floor and shops which are almost always crowded with kids and tourists. The only downside we found at The Gold Lounge was the lack of a WiFi connection. It probably makes sense as people like us might hole up there and sip free coffee all day. We enjoyed the relaxing atmosphere when it wasn't overcrowded and will definitely enjoy this room while we still have access.