Venetian Macau Casino
There is plenty to be enjoyed at the Venetian Macao casino and hotel resort. With the premise of recreating Venice in Macau – and to a certain expect, recreating the Las Vegas version of the Venetian – there is plenty to be marvelled at here, from the extravagant pools and canals inside the complex to the huge building itself which towers above the whole experience. Everything about this complex is larger than life, with replicas of famous Venetian monuments as well as gondoliers who can take you on real gondola tours of the attractions, just as if you were really in Venice itself. With everything open twenty four hours a day, it gets no less exciting by night, when all of the lights turn on and the water reflects back all of the sparkles of an award winning resort.
On the Cotai Strip you will find the best Macau casinos, and this is no exception with its placement at Estrada de Baia de N. Senhora da Esperanca, covering a huge expanse with its many features. There are three thousand suites on offer in the hotel, as well as those features which visitors to the Las Vegas Venetian may recognise: a themed retail area, many restaurants of great quality, a showroom, an arena, and a huge area of gambling space, as well as one of the largest convention and exhibition spaces that you will find in Asia. The outdoor experiences are what really make this resort something special, with waterfalls, wave pools, lanais, gardens, and all kinds of other attractions linked together by the lazy river canal system, and bridges over all of it so that you can also enjoy it on foot.
The gambling area at the Venetian Macao, like at the Sands Macao, is quite simply huge. With five hundred and forty six thousand square feet of space on offer – yes, you read that right, 546,000 – you will find an amazing array of games to play wherever you look. There are six thousand slot machines and video poker machines, so you need not ever worry about not being able to find a seat at one of them. As for table games, you will find one hundred poker stations, one hundred roulette wheels, and one hundred blackjack dealers waiting to play against you, as well as another eight hundred tables featuring assorted other games. These include, but are not limited to, such choices as sic bo, baccarat, Caribbean stud poker, three card poker, fan tan, and fish prawn crab, giving a good mix of traditional western casino games and those which are more popular in Asia itself.
With so much on offer that will take your breath away, it is clear that the Venetian Macao is a huge draw for both locals and international visitors. This is the kind of place that you have to put on your bucket list, with so much in the way of entertainment already mentioned that you tend to forget about all the live shows and the Michelin starred chefs!