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The Venetian Macao Resort

5.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Not exactly a replica of the Venetian in Vegas, although the rooms look similar (except for the pink TV screen - really annoying). The hotel/casino is minimal compared to the very expensive designer mall, which is actually the largest part of the property. Therefore, swarms of people to include lots of children make it difficult to access the front desk, casino, hotel rooms, and eating establishments. Mostly all gambling machines offer only games with dragons and the such, with very little variety of games to choose from, and gaming tables were crowded. If you smoke then, you are relegated to a very small smoking room the size of a closet, with no machines. We used the travel agency to acquire our ferry tickets back to Hong Kong; however, we weren't told there were two different ferry terminals therefore, the tickets were for the wrong ferry, and we had to repurchase tickets. Better to wait and purchase your ferry tickets at the actual ferry terminal.

TV screen in room was pink, and couldn't change it. They attempted to replicate the Venetian in Las Vegas. Not enough variety of games in gambling area. All were oriental games. The mall is nice, but Mostly very high end, expensive stores. Only one gondola was operational. The travel store sold us a ferry ticket that left from the wrong port, so we had to buy a second ticket.

Beautiful hotel, a lot of restaurants near by and very spaces at the royal suite.

The entrance is spectacular and all the public and common areas are as well. Once one takes an elevator to your room suddenly it feels like you have left one hotel and entered another. The hotel is 10 years old and looks like 50. The room floor hallways and rooms don't look like they have been painted since they opened. We stayed 2 nights and if i hadn't prepared the room with Orbitz we would have left the first night. Turned the a/c off at night to help reduce the overwhelming smell of mold. Sweating was a better option. My key didn't work the second night and i can assure you it was always kept in the small folder. if you have never been to the hotel then be prepared for a long walk back to the front desk and hopefully it isn't the end of a long day. Some may think I am exaggerating but hopefully you will take heed to my comments. I have met the founder of the Venetianand I can assure you he would never believe it either. I had one of the front desk managers come to my room to insure my key would work and he confirmed the air in our room was terrible and offered to move us. It was near midnight and we were leaving the next day. We were ready for bed than packing up and moving into another room. Mold lives and travels in those air ducks so its likely living in many or most of the rooms. Upon check out they told me there were closing my room. No credit was offered only a lift to the airport. We couldn't wait to leave.

We're so happy for our room twas really big and beautiful.. nice area , soon as we enter the hotel .. its a wow!!

A very good hotel in the heart of Macau. Has a wide array of cafes, restaurants, and other venues to enjoy.

The overall experience was quite intriguing. There are many different pursuits and features that the hotel itself provides. From the elaborate maze of high end shopping venues, to the fancy design and architecture, the hotel is undeniably appealing. The rooms are spacious and the food court brings together the flair of classic and modern touches. The swimming pools are most enjoyable. Staff was friendly. The location is a bit isolated, however, in relation to the Macau hotspots.

Nice hotel, nice rooms, but it feels too crowded, even away from the casino floors and despite the enormous size it can feel a little claustrophobic.

The hotel needs to ban smoking in the hotel area, plus it was overly crowded with a lot of people. On the positive side, the location is good as well as the amenities.

Definitely one of the nicest rooms I have ever stayed in. Friendly and helpful staff. Similar to its Vegas counterpart, there are lots of shops and restaurants to choose from. I usually tend to be more of a budget traveler, but spending a little more to stay here was really worth it.

Wonderful hotel, excellent staff. Wish we could stay forever!!!

Overall great experience. Great room, terrific service. Facilities are top notch. You can even use the pool and other facilities after check out. The only issue I can nitpick is the fact that check-in takes at least 30 minutes.

I felt as though I was in Las Vegas except everything is in Chinese. The staff can't do enough for you and the hotel is happening! The shuttle buses and ferry service is excellent. Took a tour of Macau and it is exciting to see what is being created there

The Venetian likely believes its current rate is a bargain, but then the hotel is a work in progress. More to the point the Venetian like its counterpart in Las Vegas and other megha casino hotels is a shopping mall disguised as a shopping mall and gambling venue. The requisites of 5 star standards in terms of room size and general comfort are present. BUT. A guest is thrown in with hundreds if not thousands of tourists who weave through the hotel, often in groups. The restaurants in the hotel are the only convenient option. Busses are available to other hotels but there is no street life in the new section of time that is becoming the Macau Strip (here it is the Cotai Strip) a la Las Vegas. The hotel restaurants vary widely in competence. The dim sum restaurant is poor and a cold uninviting venue. The Chinese restaurant by contrast is excellent, though the Venetian's concept of "low-priced" is laughable. The casinos logically cater to Chinese games and are overwhelmingly populated by Chinese gamblers. All of the hotel casinos are "gated" communities within the hotels with guards to check IDs of younger patrons. Busses abound in Macau because the Cotai Strip is 20 minutes outside of Macau and busses are needed for travel between hotels that appear close but are a healthy walk away. The area is a vast construction zone. I counted 45 construction cranes in our section of the Cotai Strip. The fabled Venetian fountains have not yet appeared, but the lake is there and awaits.

Hotel was customer friendly, only disappointment was Deco Cafe Buffet, was not same quality as Las Vegas Ventian Buffet.

We've were very happy about the room size, hotel mall and restaurants. Overall was a high quality hotel.

Gorgeous hotel. It's located on the Cotai strip and is across from City of Dreams, location for Water Dancing and TABOO. There's a free shuttle from the port, it's about a 15 mins bus ride to the hotel. To visit the Ruins, you'll need to take a 20 mins cab to the other island. It's also 20 mins to Fernando's - great place for dinner. The only issue we had with the hotel was Wifi. When we booked we were told WIfi was free but it ended up being about $20 for 24 hours.

Muy bonito, expectacular, lo malo el internet, el wifi muy lento y dificil de conectarse y solo esta disponible en la habitacion

My father (who lives in Macau) and I (from the U.S.) stayed 2 nights, it was my gift to him to celebrate his 91st birthday. Our Cotai view suite was huge. The room decor was beautifully done. The beds were very comfortable. The bathroom was huge, marble beautiful. However, I should rate "Room cleanliness" with 4.5 stars. It is not perfect because of the following: the corners of the floors (with caked up dust) could use more attention. The glass shower stall was closed when we first entered, and I smelled "B.O." when I opened it. That irked me. Other than that, and the ENORMOUS crowds everywhere else, we enjoyed our stay. We also enjoyed strolling along the canals and watching the gondolas go by and listening to the serenading . There are also many restaurants to choose from. We enjoyed the moderately-priced noodle shop, and loved watching noodles being made. I want to commend the receptionist who checked me in ("Lovely" was her name) and the housekeeping staff who brought up a transformer for me to recharge a battery. They were both very polite. I also appreciated the complimentary bottled water in our room, and the evening Carnevale light-show outside the main entrance and clowns/costumed characters that would pose for pictures. The downside: as much as the hotels in Macau try to lessen traffic with shuttle service, the ride from the HK-Macau ferry terminal was very long.

Fantastic time - great boxing event and Bellini Lounge entertainment was wonderful every night with live performance. Spacious suite and variety of food alternatives - amazing!

Est Da Baia De N Senhora Cotai

Hotel highlights

  • Steps from Cotai Strip
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Bar/lounge

The Venetian Macao Resort places you next to Cotai Strip and within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular attractions like Macau Olympic Complex. This 5-star hotel has 3000 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a bar/lounge, a casino, and an outdoor pool. Also close to this Cotai hotel are University of Macau and Macau Tower.


Dining

Full breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 11 AM. Satisfy your hunger without leaving your room with 24-hour room service, or quench your thirst with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.


Rooms

The 3000 air-conditioned accommodations afford space to spread out with separate bedrooms and living rooms. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels and pay movies. Bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Minibars, free newspapers, and free bottled water are also standard.


Property features

At The Venetian Macao Resort, guests enjoy a casino, an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool. If you drive, put free parking to good use. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a children's pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub.

Room options

Bella Deluxe Suite

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Royale Deluxe Cotai View Suite

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Bella Deluxe Cotai View Suite

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Rialto Deluxe Suite

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for The Venetian Macao Resort

Everyone (5) Couples (20) Business (2) Family (9) Other (8) Friends (7)
3

over crowded, and over priced

Everyone

Not exactly a replica of the Venetian in Vegas, although the rooms look similar (except for the pink TV screen - really annoying). The hotel/casino is minimal compared to the very expensive designer mall, which is actually the largest part of the property. Therefore, swarms of people to include lots of children make it difficult to access the front desk, casino, hotel rooms, and eating establishments. Mostly all gambling machines offer only games with dragons and the such, with very little variety of games to choose from, and gaming tables were crowded. If you smoke then, you are relegated to a very small smoking room the size of a closet, with no machines. We used the travel agency to acquire our ferry tickets back to Hong Kong; however, we weren't told there were two different ferry terminals therefore, the tickets were for the wrong ferry, and we had to repurchase tickets. Better to wait and purchase your ferry tickets at the actual ferry terminal.

By , from Seoul on Apr 8, 2017

3

very crowded and too many children for a casino.

Everyone

TV screen in room was pink, and couldn't change it. They attempted to replicate the Venetian in Las Vegas. Not enough variety of games in gambling area. All were oriental games. The mall is nice, but Mostly very high end, expensive stores. Only one gondola was operational. The travel store sold us a ferry ticket that left from the wrong port, so we had to buy a second ticket.

By , from Korea on Apr 7, 2017

5

nice view from the suite

Everyone

Beautiful hotel, a lot of restaurants near by and very spaces at the royal suite.

By , from ca on Dec 15, 2016

1

venetian macua is a grandier hotel for mold

Everyone

The entrance is spectacular and all the public and common areas are as well. Once one takes an elevator to your room suddenly it feels like you have left one hotel and entered another. The hotel is 10 years old and looks like 50. The room floor hallways and rooms don't look like they have been painted since they opened. We stayed 2 nights and if i hadn't prepared the room with Orbitz we would have left the first night. Turned the a/c off at night to help reduce the overwhelming smell of mold. Sweating was a better option. My key didn't work the second night and i can assure you it was always kept in the small folder. if you have never been to the hotel then be prepared for a long walk back to the front desk and hopefully it isn't the end of a long day. Some may think I am exaggerating but hopefully you will take heed to my comments. I have met the founder of the Venetianand I can assure you he would never believe it either. I had one of the front desk managers come to my room to insure my key would work and he confirmed the air in our room was terrible and offered to move us. It was near midnight and we were leaving the next day. We were ready for bed than packing up and moving into another room. Mold lives and travels in those air ducks so its likely living in many or most of the rooms. Upon check out they told me there were closing my room. No credit was offered only a lift to the airport. We couldn't wait to leave.

By , from Boston on Oct 7, 2016

5

roomy and beautiful hotel

Everyone

We're so happy for our room twas really big and beautiful.. nice area , soon as we enter the hotel .. its a wow!!

By , from los angeles, ca on Apr 2, 2016

4

classic hotel in perfect location...

Singles

A very good hotel in the heart of Macau. Has a wide array of cafes, restaurants, and other venues to enjoy.

By on Aug 12, 2015

4

luxury

Couples

The overall experience was quite intriguing. There are many different pursuits and features that the hotel itself provides. From the elaborate maze of high end shopping venues, to the fancy design and architecture, the hotel is undeniably appealing. The rooms are spacious and the food court brings together the flair of classic and modern touches. The swimming pools are most enjoyable. Staff was friendly. The location is a bit isolated, however, in relation to the Macau hotspots.

By on Jul 22, 2015

4

nice rooms but a little too crowded

GetawayWithFriends

Nice hotel, nice rooms, but it feels too crowded, even away from the casino floors and despite the enormous size it can feel a little claustrophobic.

By on Jul 8, 2015

3

overly crowded with bad smoking odor

Families

The hotel needs to ban smoking in the hotel area, plus it was overly crowded with a lot of people. On the positive side, the location is good as well as the amenities.

By on Apr 6, 2015

5

awesome hotel

Families

Definitely one of the nicest rooms I have ever stayed in. Friendly and helpful staff. Similar to its Vegas counterpart, there are lots of shops and restaurants to choose from. I usually tend to be more of a budget traveler, but spending a little more to stay here was really worth it.

By on Mar 10, 2015