The Venetian MacauGambling Experience in the Architecture of Venice

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Built in 2007, The Venetian Macau clocks in as the world’s largest casino with a total gaming floor space of over 550,000 square feet. Though the Venetian has an Italian feel, it’s actually based on the designs brought back to Europe by the Italian Explorer Marco Polo. Hence the mix of the Oriental and Occidental. The hotel and casino mimics the Venetian in Las Vegas, with not only top-class accommodation but plenty of outdoor features, including waterfalls, gardens, wave pools, and even an onsite golf course.

The Venetian Macau
  • Address:Estrada da Baia de Nossa Senhora da Esperanca, Macau
  • Opening Hours:24h
  • Minimum Age:21
  • Website:
  • Phone Number: +8 532-882-8888
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Amenities:
    • Bar
    • Fitness
    • Swimming pool
    • spa
    • Golf
    • Shopping center
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A Huge Number of Casino Games at the Venetian Macau

This venue being one of the best landbased casinos in the world, is divided into four different sections; Imperial House, Golden Fish, Phoenix, and Red Dragon. Considering the sheer size of the gaming floor, it’s no surprise that it has more games than any other casino in Macau. Blackjack, roulette, and many other table games are available for players.

A great choice of more than 800 gaming tables await gamblers. For lovers of the slots, there are over 3,400 slot machines to try, covering every theme under the sun. Be aware that playing at the Venetian is not cheap. Table limits start at $100 per hand for the cheapest games, though many begin at $250 and up to $500 per hand.

Sands Rewards Program and Promotions at the Magnificent Location

Unfortunately, the majority of promotions are aimed at high rollers. You’ll need to sign up to the Sands Rewards Program in order to receive any comps. Furthermore, depending on your status, you’ll be granted access to VIP areas, as well as receive invites to special events.

The Venetian Macau Entertainment – Attractions and Amenities

If you’re feeling hungry after a session at the gaming tables, then there are a huge number of restaurants and eateries to choose from. Everything from seafood to sushi, to steak and burgers, as well as high-class dining is available. To relax there’s a wellness center, four outdoor swimming pools, a beauty lab, hot tubs, and a medical spa.

The roof of the building is big enough for a spectacular golf course, with amazing views of the bay. Finally, there’s a 15,000-seater venue, the Cotai Arena where concerts, sporting events, and television awards take place throughout the year.

The Venetian Macau
The Venetian Macau

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