The Venetian Macau is a luxury hotel and casino resort in Macau. It’s owned by the American Las Vegas Sands Company and opened on the 28 August 2007. This luxurious resort has 3000 rooms and is 39 storeys high. It’s the second-largest single structure hotel building in Asia and the seventh-largest globally.
It is Asia’s leading business, leisure, entertainment, and shopping destination with more than 325 stores, 3000 luxurious suites and cuisines from across the globe. The complex is a replica of Venice’s famous canals and architecture and was inspired by Marco Polo’s travels. The Venetian Macau has all the features found in its sister casino The Venetian Las Vegas. It has waterfalls, wave pools all linked together by a lazy river complete with gondolas. There is also a golf course on the roof of the resort.
Venetian Macau Casino
The Venetian Macau is home to one of the largest Casino’s in the world, with a floor space of over 50000 square metres
The Casino floor measures 50700 square metres with over 6000 slot machines, 800 gambling tables and 33 Poker Tables. The Casino is divided into four themed gaming areas: Imperial House, Golden Fish, Phoenix and Red Dragon. Players have to be 21 and older to gain access to this gambling mecca which is open 24/7.
Venetian Macau Attractions
Among the many attractions offered at the Venetian Macau is the unique painted sky above the canals, it’s breath-taking. The artist Karen Kirstin used 250 gallons of water-based acrylic paint to create the 105000 square foot faux sky.
They also have world-class cuisine; however, the 16 ounce Fatburger is a must as it’s one of the signature meals.
Be Serenaded by Real Gondoliers warbling out tunes like Amore and Volare or Visit the Playboy Bunnies at the Bellini Lounge that doubles as a Playboy Club.