About The Venetian Macao

The Venetian Hotel is a perfect amalgamation of Vegas-style and Venice-theme in a hotel. The sheer grandeur of the entrance and it's over the top play on being a 'Mini-Venise'  makes it is one of the best places to visit while in Macau. It is well known its ultra-luxurious expanses, marvellous decor, lavish facilities and spectacular activities. Positioned on Cotai Strip, this deluxe hotel is one of the must-see attractions in Macau. It  is comprised of a large lounge, royal rooms, Japanese, Indian and Italian restaurants, food court, shopping malls and more within its premises. It also hosts the world’s largest casino. 

Must See

  • The Venetian Hotel is the home to the biggest casino in the world.
  • The shopping center.
  • The Ice World.
  • The Cotai view from the hotel.

How to reach

In case you are looking a public transport, take the bus going up to Ville de Coloane or Hac Sa and it will drop you off at the Venetian Hotel. It is 9 km from the city center. Usually, it is 20 to 30 minutes drive to the Venetian Hotel from the City Center in case of using Car/Taxi. 


  • Enjoy the Gondola ride to feel like you are in Venice.
  • Royal suites are recommended as the best honeymoon suites.
  • The House of Dancing Water Show at the City of Dreams is on from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Free WiFi and local SIM cards are provided to all guests at the resort.
  • Breakfast is complimentary. This can also be converted to a free lunch at the restaurant.
  • Lots of options are available for Dinner and Breakfast.
  • Complimentary shows are also included in the package. The Ice World is not to be missed. 

Visit Time

Sunday: Open 24 hours.

Monday: Open 24 hours.

Tuesday: Open 24 hours.

Wednesday: Open 24 hours.

Thursday: Open 24 hours.

Friday: Open 24 hours.

Saturday: Open 24 hours.

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Waiting Time

0 to 5 mins


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Entrance Fee



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Time you can spend

3 to 5 hours


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