The Venetian Macau

The Venetian Macau

The Venetian in Macao is an exact replica of the city of Venice, Italy. Even if you do not get a chance to stay in this hotel, it is worth a visit. As your mind boggles at the thought of an entire city of canals and waterways inside a hotel, being there would be even more breathtaking.

Hotel is an understatement for The Venetian Macao as it also swanks the reputation of a casino resort or mini Venice. Venetian stands tall with 39 stories on the Cotai coast of Macao. It hosts the biggest casino in the world, and is proud to be the largest uni-structure hotel edifice in Asia.

This postmodernism construction was conceptualized, designed and implemented by Aedas and HKS, Inc in a joint venture.
It is an all suite hotel with impeccably designed 2905 suits. Every suite here makes you feel like royalty.

The hotel has a plethora of entertainment options within it, leaving you no desire to see the rest of the Macao. It has the 15000 seater Cotai Arena which hosts games, concerts and award ceremonies. It is the home to more than 600 shopping brands from Charles and Keith to Vivienne Westwood. It also offers more than 30 dining options serving world cuisines and ambience.

Moreover it has an artificial river flowing within the walls of the hotel, where you can experience a Gondola ride and the Gondolier singing the native songs of their profession. It literally takes you to the waterways in Venice.

Believe it or not, all this under one roof, bragged by one hotel!


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