• The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel

The Venetian Macao

Luxury all suite hotel with endless entertainment

The towering, all-suite Venetian Macao is located on Coloane Island in Macau and replicates the famous architectural canals and icons of Venice, Italy. The luxurious property boasts 3,000 spacious suites, four outdoor pools, 330 retail shops, 35 restaurants serving international cuisine, an 1,800-seat theatre and more. 

There are two main areas at the hotel the tourist area and the casino area. In the tourist area, there are the Venetian styled buildings, canals and plaza. The most amazing thing is that all of these are on the third floor. The Grand Canal Shoppes are also on the third floor and is the largest indoor shopping mall in Macau with more than 350 stores – most of which are internationally renowned names. The famous brands and the duty-free advantage combine to give all the best shopping experience.

As in Venice, you are able to relax on a gondola whilst being serenaded by songs from the gondoliers. The San Luca, Marco Polo and Grand Canals are all named after the famous Venetian canals and are located beside these canals is the San Marco Square where you will be entertained by the street performers, who are known locally as Streetmosphere™ performers. Additional hotel facilities include a spa, mini golf and fitness centre. For children, there is a kid’s club where a range of exciting activities can be enjoyed. Offering a vast array of dining and entertainment options, the Venetian Macao places you at the heart of this vibrant area of China and immerses you in a land of opulence and indulgence.

Hayes & Jarvis Rating

Guide Price

£1,629 per person
Hotel Category
TripAdvisor Review
Tripadvisor rating 8284 Reviews

Hotel highlights

  • Largest Indoor Shopping Mall in Macau- The Grand Canal Shoppes
  • 10-minute stroll from City of Dreams\
  • Sands Cotai Central and the Cotai Strip
  • Great Family Hotel
  • One Of The Largest Casinos In The World

Hotel Features

General Information

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  • 3000 rooms
  • Transfer duration: approx. 50 minutes by Jetfoil Ferry from Hong Kong Ferry Terminal and a 20 minute shuttle bus ride from Macau Ferry Terminal
  • Floors have lift access: Yes

Main Facilities

  • Casino
  • Free parking
  • Golf
  • Outdoor pool

Board Basis Options

  • Bed & Breakfast
  • Room Only

For Families

  • Babysitting
  • Family Rooms
  • Kid's Club

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

The Venetian Macao

  • approx. 50 minutes by Jetfoil Ferry from Hong Kong Ferry Terminal and a 20 minute shuttle bus ride from Macau Ferry Terminal
8284 Reviews 85% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 4633
  • Very Good 2473
  • Average 792
  • Poor 223
  • Terrible 163

What to Expect

  • Sleep Quality
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  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness


Aug 16, 2019

Absolute Nightmare

Very very loud construction noise right on top of our room. I have an 11 month old baby who suffered badly because this. I begged them to stop the noise for only 2 hours while the baby is asleep and they refused. Why do you even accept guests in this room that is like a war zone??? Why do you charge me for this hell hole??? If you have construction planned for so many days you should NOT give the adjacent or nearby rooms to guests! I should NOT be paying for a room that traumatises my 11 month old baby. Other problems: staff do not speak English. Inconvenient elevators. All public hallways smell like cigarette smoke which made me nauseous. Terrible mattress for baby crib. And so on. Please for the sake of your health and sanity AVOID THIS HOTEL.
Aug 14, 2019

Gambling Megalopolus Tourist Sink

Dublin, Ireland

We stayed here one night before a conference and it was the most expensive room of the trip; granted it was huge (70 sq m) 'cos there were 3 of us. But, the whole place was completely overwhelming. Imagine a giant mall, plonked on top of 4 separate casinos, topped off with a conference centre and several 1000 rooms. Oh, and there is a facsimilie of Venice interwoven with it all, complete with bridges and gondolas. The whole place has massive corridors and 1000s of people (many being locals coming just to see the place as a tourist venue in itself). We hated it (will never visit Vegas either). Restaurants were very pricey (like poor ones charging a lot) and obviously the designer shops are too. You practically needed a bus to get to your room from reception...we found it all very taxing after 24 hrs of travelling; reception not really that helpful with our requests (though one concierge was very helpful on travel to HK). But, the place was a horror; nb this is more a resort for Chinese tourists so many staff do not speak English. Neither are we interested in slot machines so we would not recommend.
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