Venetian Macao Casino Resort

Estrada da Baia de Nossa Senhora da Esperanca, Taipa, Macau

+853 2882 8888

The Venetian Gaming Floor and Casino:

Venetian Macao combines a high-stakes, action-packed casino and decadent luxury accommodations with state-of-the-art entertainment in a way that you could only dream of. The Venetian Macao is a massive 39-story building owned by Las Vegas Sands. This Epicurean resort sprawls across an incredibly massive area of 10,500,000 square feet – it is truly a sight to see such a massive casino & hotel resort. It was designed in parallel form to its sister casino resort The Venetian Las Vegas. It was officially opened for public on the August 28th 2007.

Just about every casino game you can think of is offered here.  In addition to the massive amount of slot machines, you’ll find traditional live table games, along with local Asian games, electronic table games and live gaming machines.   The casino features a total of 3,400 slot machines and 800 gaming tables.

Minimum Bets and Drink Service

Minimums on all the tables vary between HKD200 and HKD300, but it shoots up to a maximum of HKD2,000. For slots, the range is between HKD0.02 and HKD100. The drink service is within easy reach, and frequent. While on the casino floor, you can easily get to one of the many restaurants for an incredible dining experience.

Design and Décor

Design-wise, the casino is just as aesthetically eye-catching as the main lobby – a masterful work of art.  The casino is comprised of four themed areas – Golden Fish, Imperial House, Red Dragon and Phoenix

From one corner of the casino to the other, your eyes take in jaw-dropping views of masterfully painted works of art, elegant chandeliers and attractive architectural wonders. All of the live action on the floor, the tables, the signs and the slots will hardly allow you a moment to look away from it’s breathtaking visage.

Casino Games at the Venetian

The Venetian is one of few Casinos in Macau to have a dedicated Poker rooms. You can find more information on the Poker King Club at the Venetian Macao by following the link.

Here is a list of games you’ll be able to find at Venetian Macao:

  • Blackjack
  • Craps
  • Roulette
  • Baccarat
  • Slot machines
  • Sands Stud Poker
  • Video Poker
  • Mini-Baccarat
  • Sic Bo
  • Money Wheel
  • Three Card Baccarat
  • Fan Tan
  • 3 Card Poker


Venetian Macao Casino Resort:

Venetian Macao Casino Resort is conveniently located on the Cotai Strip next to the Plaza Casino and just across the street from the City of Dreams resort. This beautiful 5-star mega resort caters to over 3000 suites and guest rooms, replicating the architectural fame of the canals and iconic structures of Venice, Italy. Inspired by the travels of Marco Polo, the Venetian Macau is a miniature Venice brought to the heart of Macau, the gambling capital of the world.

Whether you’re traveling alone or with family, the Venetian offers something for everyone. In fact, this luxury resort is one of the best equipped resorts for families and kids in all of Macau. The resort also provides a child care service and activities for your kids, so you can enjoy your stay knowing your children are having just as much fun as you are.

Each one of the 3,000 guest suites covers an area of roughly 70 square meters or more, outfitted with plush Italian marble bathrooms. While staying in one of these opulent suites, you can always expect to be provided with optimum service and accommodations, at an excellent price for what you’ll get in return. The Paiza Club Suites come with free limousine service and exclusive check ins. Since on-the-spot booking may cost you a little more, it’s recommended that you do the reservations at least 15 or more days in advance. If you book a month in advance, you’ll be entitled to receive a discount of 30% compared to same day booking charges.


The Venetian Macao has plenty of amenities, shows, events, and accommodations to keep you endlessly entertained. You will never run out of things to do here at the resort. Once known as the “Venetian Arena”, and the “Cotai Arena”, boasting a seating capacity of 15,000 people at a time, it is one of the biggest attractions for travelers coming here from around the world. Here, you can enjoy a variety of sporting events, concerts and internationally televised shows.

Other great places to keep yourself entertained include Zaia, Ice World, the Manchester United Experience and Qube. Gondola rides around the hotel are a highly enjoyable experience as well.


The Venetian Macao is also known for having the best resort amenities in Macau (although it could be debated).  It maintains luxurious outdoor accommodations and is kept in a state of landscaped perfection.  The gardens and pool areas give it an atmosphere of a lush tropical oasis and the massive outdoor recreational facilities include waterfalls, pools, gardens and lanais.  If that isn’t enough, there is a nine hole golf course located on the roof of the facility as well.

Inside you will find one of Macau’s largest casino gaming floors, a huge conference area, showroom for entertainment, five star dining and a luxury shopping mall.  The kids also have  several entertainment selections inside as well.  (see the shopping and dining tabs for details).

  • It is Asia’s largest single structure hotel building
  • It is the World’s sixth largest building
  • The Venetian Macao Casino is the World’s largest casino
  • It holds the title of being Macau’s first hotel truly dedicated to entertainment

Here’s a quick look at the resort’s key features –

  • Number of rooms (or suites): 3000
  • Total gaming space: 550,000 sq ft
  • Total convention space: 1,200,000 sq ft
  • Total retail space: 1,600,000 sq ft
  • Total casino space: 550,000 sq ft


There is 24/7 transportation to and from the airport in clearly marked buses.  These same shuttles will also transport you to any of the main attractions in Cotai or Macau, including the other casinos and are one of the easiest ways to get around on your vacation.

Restaurants – An Incredible Dining Experience:

There are more than 50 restaurants at the Venetian Macao. From Asian, Chinese, Japanese and Western to a wide range of other international delicacies, the restaurants at the resort offer you the best experience in dining. These restaurants are scattered all around the hotel, so that you can step in no matter where you are inside.

Some of the popular restaurants include (detailed information and reservations courtesy of our friends at World Casino Directory)–

  • 456 Modern Shanghai Cuisine Restaurant
  • Bambu
  • Café Deco
  • Café Siam
  • Charming Gourmet Café
  • Dae Chang Kum
  • Don Gilato
  • Edo Japanese Restaurant
  • Espressamente illy
  • Fatburger
  • Fogo Samba
  • Full House
  • Glorious BBQ King
  • Glorious Seafood Restaurant
  • Good Luck Hong Kong Restaurant
  • Gui Ling Bao
  • Häagen Dazs
  • Happy Diner
  • Hei Kei Wanton Noodles
  • Hundred Tastes Kitchen
  • Imperial House Dim Sum
  • Indian Spice Express
  • Lei Garden
  • Lord Stow’s Bakery & Café
  • Madeira Portuguese Restaurant
  • McDonald’s
  • McSorley’s Ale House

Most of the restaurants at the Venetian remain open for guests throughout the day. At the weekends, many restaurants close around midnight or later. Whether you’re looking for Western cuisines, Chinese cuisines, Japanese cuisines, Southeastern Asian cuisines or Cantonese cuisines, you’ll find a long list of delectable gourmet food items in all ranges of formality and price for guests to choose from.


You’ll want to go on a shopping spree as soon as you entered the Venetian Macao’s illustrious shopping complex. Whether you’re looking for some of the top names in fashion and designer clothing, jaw-dropping jewelry designs or astoundingly beautiful brand-name accessories, they have it here. The Grand Canal Shoppes, featuring more than 300 stores, promises you the ultimate shopping experience. The whole shopping area of the resort is decorated and adorned with artificial structures made to resemble Venice, Italy down to the finest details in all its splendor.

Here is a comprehensive list of all the stores and shoppes found in the Venetian Macao’s Shopping center –

  • DG Lifestyle Store – Gadgets
  • Digital Essentials by Lei Kei Telecom – Gadgets
  • Fortress – Gadgets, Appliances and Accessories
  • Foto Nice – Cameras and Accessories
  • Hanmac – Gadgets
  • JC shop premium – Wide Variety
  • Meng Tim Telecom – Gadgets
  • Maxim’s de Paris – Confectionery
  • 7 for all Mankind – Clothing
  • Bottega Veneta – Bags, Shoes, Clothes
  • Breguet – Jewelry, Watches and Accessories
  • Brighton – Accessories
  • Burberry – Bags, Shoes, Clothes
  • Canali – Men’s Clothing
  • Canyon Beachwear – Sportswear
  • Cartier – Jewelry, Watches and Accessories
  • Cellairis – Gadgets
  • Chapel Hats – Hats
  • Chloé – Bags, Shoes, Clothes
  • Christian Louboutin – Bags and Shoes
  • Coach – Bags, Shoes, Clothes
  • Cole Haan – Bags, Shoes, Clothes
  • Cuadra – Footwear
  • Diane von Furstenberg – Women’s Clothing
  • Dooney & Bourke – Bags
  • Fendi – Bags, Shoes, Clothes
  • Harley Davidson – Souvenirs
  • IWC Schaffhausen – Watches
  • Johnston & Murphy – Clothing
  • Kenneth Cole – Clothing
  • Kwiat Jewelry – Jewelry
  • Links of London – Jewelry
  • Mezlan – Footwear
  • Michael Kors – Women’s Clothing
  • Montblanc – Jewelry
  • Optica – Eyewear
  • Piaget – Jewelry, Watches and Accessories
  • Ralph Lauren – Clothing
  • White House Black Market – Women’s Clothing & Accessories
  • Victoria’s Secret – Lingerie
  • Vacheron Constantin Watch – Watches
  • S.Y.L.K. – Women’s Clothing & Accessories
  • Salvatore Ferragamo – Bags, Shoes, Clothes
  • Tory Burch – Bags, Shoes, Clothes
  • Basin White – Bath & Beauty
  • Brilliance New York – Bath & Beauty
  • Acca Kappa – Bath & Beauty
  • Adore – Bath & Beauty
  • Art of Shaving – Men’s Grooming
  • Guerlain – Perfumes
  • Le Savon – Bath & Beauty
  • Sephora – Cosmetics
  • Barneys New York – Department Store
  • Davinci Fine Jewelry – Jewelry, Watches and Accessories
  • Landau – Jewelry
  • Pandora – Jewelry
  • Shemoni – Jewelry
  • Swarovski – Jewelry, Watches and Accessories
  • Thomas Sabo – Jewelry, Watches and Accessories
  • Uno de 50 – Jewelry, Watches and Accessories
  • Vacheron Constantin Watch – Watches
  • Andrew’s Ties – Accessories
  • Banana Republic – Clothing
  • Billionaire Italian Couture – Men’s Clothing
  • Elton’s – Men’s Clothing
  • Lior – Clothing
  • Suits Supply – Men’s Clothing
  • Thomas Pink – Clothing
  • St. Croix – Men’s Clothing
  • Jimmy Choo – Footwear
  • Shoooz – Footwear
  • Steve Madden – Footwear
  • The Walking Company – Footwear
  • Davidoff – Cigars, Tobacco Items
  • IT’SUGAR – Confectionery
  • Herve Leger – Women’s Clothing & Accessories

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2 Reviews

  1. Bernard Richter
    Bernard Richter
    May 19, 2016 at 9:01 pm

    Amazing place.

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