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Venetian Macao 澳門威尼斯人

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Est Da Baia De N Senhora, Cotai [ map ]

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Quick Take:

Gondola rides in the Grand Canal Shops at Venetian Macao!

Zaia is the name of the Cirque du Soleil spectacular opening at Venetian Macao in late 2008.

Policies:

Check In: 3:00pm
Check Out: 11:00am
Deposit: First night charge
Resort Fee: No
Comp Club: Cotai Rewards Club
Drink Service: Awesome

What You Need To Know:

Venetian Macao's massive casino features an amazing 6,000 slot machines and 700 table games - most of which will be the Chinese game of choice - Baccarat.

Location:

Venetian Macao anchors the northwest corner of the eastern end of the Cotai Strip. Four Seasons is adjacent to the south, City of Dreams is across the street and numerous other casino projects are within walking distance.

Nearby Hotels:

City of Dreams
★ ★ ★ ★ ★


Macao Studio City
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

» Map of Cotai casinos

A Little History:

Venetian Macao broke ground in 2005 and cost $2.8 billion dollars when all is said and done. Venetian Macao opened on August 28, 2007 at 7:18pm.


Hotel Rooms:

Venetian Macao feature 3,000 suites in three categories. Royale Suites feature king sized beds, italian marble bathrooms and sunken living rooms 750 sq. ft.. Bella Suites are essentially the same but have two queen beds. Rialto Suites are the Venetian Macao's top of the line guest rooms. They are twice the size of Bella and Rialto suites and feature italian marble, larger living areas, larger bathrooms and king bed.

All rooms feature a separate shower and bath, bathrobes, slippers, two flat screen tv's, high speed internet, fax/printer, large sofa bed, and the sunken living room.
These are very similar to the new offerings at Venetian Las Vegas

In addition to the Venetian Macao's hotel offerings, a five star Four Seasons hotel will be built on the south east corner of the Venetian's block of land.


Dining:

Venetian Macao offer six fine dining and five casual dining options plus an assortment of bars and lounges. There are a lot more eats to be found in the Grand Canal Shops if these don't suit you - including a Fatburger.

Fine Dining
Imperial House - Dim sum, Cantonese barbecue and a Tea bar.
Bellini Lounge - Cocktails on the casino floor.
Paiza Club Dining - 24 hour dining room and lounge on the casino floor
Canton - Gourmet modern traditional Chinese cuisine.
Zen - Buffet that features Chinese and other Asian cuisine.
Forum - Chef Yeung Koon Yat prepares Japanese Abalone, Shark Fin Soup, Clay Pot Fried Rice and more...

Casual Dining
Red Dragon - Quick noodles and stir fry. 24 hours.
Bar Florian - Snacks and cocktails.
Como Poolside Cafe - Fruity drinks and assorted poolside snacks
Portuguese Restaurant - Local Macanese/Portuguese dishes. Lunch and dinner only.
Room Service - 24 hours a day!

Restaurants, Bars & Nightlife:

Dining guide listings are coming soon.


Resort:

Venetian Macao will play host to Zaia, a new Cirque du Soleil production as well has have a 15,000 seat arena that will have concerts by global superstars and sporting events.


Attractions and Things To Do:

Attractions listings are coming soon.


The Casino:

Casino Games Offered:

Baccarat, Fantan, Pai Gow (Paikao), Mahjong, Roulette, Blackjack, Three Card Poker, Cussec (Sic Bo), Fish Prawn Crab, Three Card Baccarat, Tombola, Slot Machines, Video Poker, Casino War. See also casino games offered in Macau

» Casino Game Strategy Guide

Comps & Perks:

Cotai Rewards Club members get priority seating and 10% discount at Venetian's restaurants as well as entry into daily sweepstakes.




Reader Ratings and Reviews of Venetian Macao:

★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

EXTREMELY comfortable beds; honestly, these beds were the best I've ever slept in. The rooms are huge, too, and have an excellent price/size ratio. There are some great restaurants here (Roka being a fave). Finally, the place is a giant monument to terrible taste (in the good way).

But the quality is inconsistent. The casino is huge but relatively average with no complimentary drink service (you have to go to the Plaza at the Four Seasons to get that). When I was there, the minimums were higher than the Wynn (!). Also, you can see the rooms are luxurious in a somewhat superficial way; electrical cords are not hidden, for instance.

That said, if you want something with everything under one roof, extremely comfortable beds, and excellent variety, this is a good choice.

★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆

Was douche-bag central in March 2009. Way to many gwei's.

★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

The casino floor space is slowly filling up with slots and people, still empty in some places.

Place is also getting more and more "professional discreet entertainment" on the casino floor, if you get my drift.

★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

A ho-hum blown-up copy of the original. The size of the place is a definite downside (wear comfortable shoes). Rooms are a bit pricey considering the competition. On the other hand the hotel guest pool area gets a definite thumbs up. The place is also saved by a Fatburger chain location (one of the few places in asia with decent onion rights) and an impeccable Morton's steakhouse.

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

GREAT HOTEL I do not know if it is better than the one in Vegas? They both are great hotels