Venetian Macau

The Venetian Macau stepped onto the Asian lodging scene in grand fashion in 2007, and the resort hotel has been making waves ever since. It certainly gets a lot of attention for its size. No other single structure hotel in Asia is larger than the Venetian Macau, and if you are talking total area, it ranks as the sixth-largest building on the planet. Housed inside is the world’s largest casino, and there are no less than 3,000 elegant suites in this landmark on the glittering Coatai Strip.

Grand Hall Ballroom
Grand Hall Ballroom

The Venetian Macau is owned by the Las Vegas Sands corporation and is a sister resort of the Venetian Las Vegas. As the names of both resorts imply, they take their inspiration from the glorious Italian city of Venice. You will even find replicas of the St Mark’s Campanile on the grounds of these renowned 5 star resorts, and they also have canals that are used for gondola rides. High quality shops and restaurants are among the other features that are associated with the Venetian Resorts properties, and both offer amazing casinos where you can tempt Lady Luck any number of ways.

Venetian Hotel Macau Lobby
Venetian Hotel Macau Lobby

You could hardly overstate the grandeur of the Venetian Macau. The main lobby alone is an opulent masterpiece that dazzles with its immaculate design, and it is easy to find favor with the large and attractive ballroom. In relation to the Venetian Macau shops, there are literally hundreds to choose from, and many of the world’s top designers are represented. On the dining side of things, the Venetian Macau covers so many different taste preferences with its numerous eateries. Chinese food is understandably the focus at some of the restaurants, and a variety of other Asian cuisines are on offer. Among the Venetian Macau dining establishments that specialize in Western food are a fine dining Italian restaurant and an American-style bistro.

At the Venetian Macau, guests can do much more than just relax in their luxurious, well-outfitted rooms. The resort’s facility highlights include an 85,000 square-foot health and wellness complex, a fully-equipped fitness center, an excellent eighteen-hole miniature golf course, four inviting swimming pools, and a special Kid’s Zone that caters to younger guests. The Venetian Macau also offers a full-service travel agency, and among other things, guests can easily arrange sightseeing tours that highlight such Macau attractions as the Guia Lighthouse and the A-Ma Temple.

The Venetian Macau offers a variety of venues that can be used for all kinds of private events. There is the aforementioned ballroom, for example. According to the resort, it is the largest ballroom in all of Asia. Also available for special functions are a state-of-the-art exhibition center that offers more than 800,000 square feet of space, a sports arena that seats up to 15,000 people, and 108 meeting rooms that offer nearly 200,000 square feet of flexible space.

While planning a stay at the amazing Venetian Macau, future guests are encouraged to keep the resort’s special offers in mind. Early booking discounts are often available, and it is common for the resort to offer lodging packages that can include such things as a Macau tour, breakfast, spa treatments, and deluxe transportation to and from the hotel. Also worth keeping in mind is the Sands Reward Club. This special club rewards its members with such things as dining discounts and show tickets, and it doesn’t only apply to the Venetian Macau. Points and rewards can also be earned and used at the Sands Macau and the Plaza Macau.

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