The stunning Venetian is one of the most-visited casino complexes in Macau. Gamblers come to try their luck while being swallowed by a blinding mix of elegance and excitement, where the house is always ready to play.
Modelled after its namesake in Las Vegas, the Venetian Macao is exotic, luxurious and exclusive. As the name suggests, it takes inspiration from the vibrant city of Venice, housing a full-scale, indoor replica of the canal city – gondolas are manned by singing gondoliers on lifelike canals that sit beneath photorealistic skies painted on the ceiling. It’s romantically themed with grand red and gold interiors – but the flashing lights of the gaming rooms are the real reason people visit: the Venetian Macao is the largest casino in the world, home to some 3000 gaming machines, 800 tables.
The 40-storey building is equipped with almost every deluxe facility imaginable. 3000 stylish and modern hotel suites give guests access to a premium array of entertainment – 350 retail shops are ready and willing to give credit cards a work out, while 30 world class restaurants are available to satisfy any food craving imaginable – options include Italian, Brazilian, Chinese, Thai, Japanese as well as good old American steakhouses. There are wine bars for lounging, clubs for dancing and a huge fitness centre featuring multiple pools and Jacuzzis for those wanting to break a sweat. Cirque du Soleil is the featured entertainment, running performances in a custom-built theatre, but live music, dance and theatre are also on offer.
The Venetian Macao is the flagship resort on Macau’s bustling Cotai Strip, placing guests right in the centre of one of Asia’s most exciting entertainment destinations. It is only a short drive to Macau International Airport, right near the international ferry terminal and close to local sights including the Macau Cathedral and beautiful Cheoc Van beach. The Venetian is a rare combination of facilities, attractions, amenities and entertainment, sure to delight anyone who enters her doors.