This place is basically a small city in and of itself. Pretty much anything you want (food, shopping, entertainment, a boat ride (!!), etc.) can be found inside. If there's a downside to the Venetian, it's that it's kind of separated from the historic part of Macau (Cotai was only recently dredged up, after all), though it isn't difficult to find a taxi or bus that will get you where you want to be. Also, it's often jam-packed full of... rather rowdy guests. This didn't bother us much when we stayed, but you might not find it to your liking if you're looking for a quiet getaway of sorts.
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- An all-suite integrated resort offering spacious accommodation from 70sqm with lavish facilities, enjoy world-class shopping, entertainment and dining experiences in this signature Macao Property. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Venetian Macao Hotel Macau
- Venetian Macao Resort