6-8 Jun 10
For the Macao trip, we decided to stay at The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel. We've heard so much about the resort and also watched an impressive documentary about it in Astro.
Hubby booked the hotel reservation on line in Apr 2010. We paid HKD4,310.20 nett for 2 nights accommodation at Royale Suite, with daily breakfast for 2 of us and 2 "A Reserve ZAIA" tickets for show on our 2nd night of arrival.
At 10.05 am, we arrived in the Macau Airport. As we were walking out from the arrival hall of Macao airport, we saw this "Free shuttle bus service" signboard.
The bus was already waiting for us as we walked out from the airport.
We left the airport to hotel at 10.45am and it was only 5 minutes drive from airport to the hotel. We got down from the shuttle bus at this hotel lobby.
The exterior of the hotel at night. These 2 photos were taken from the City of Dreams, just across the street, opposite the hotel.
The total site of The Venetian Macao is equivalent to 56 American football fields and can hold almost one hundred 747 jumbo jets.
The volume of sand used in the land reclamation for The Venetian Macao would make a pile of sand as big as an Egyptian pyramid.
The lagoon of The Venetian Macao covers an area of 23,500 square metres which is equivalent to approximately 10 Olympic-sized swimming pools.
The ceiling of the hotel. The architecture of the hotel is amazing.
The interior decor of The Venetian Macao features 3,000,000 sheets of gold leaf.
There was no chance to take photo at this spot during day time. We managed to take it at night, after our Zaia show.
A very special, curvy escalator with curvy glass too. One side go up and the other side to come down. This is the first time that Hubby and I saw this type of curvy escalator.
Dance performance at the Bar Florian, located in the centre of the casino floor.
Casino, visible from the lobby.
The walkway from the door to the washroom and bed.
This is the room that we stayed ie Royale Suite, a spacious 70 sq metre suite with canopy-draped king-sized bed and fluffy duvets.
The sunken living room with sofa sleeper, high speed internet and all-in-one fax, printer and copier.
There were also 2 large TV, one in this sunken living room and the other located right in front of our bed.
Deluxe marble bathroom with separate shower and bath.
The bathroom had 2 wash basins and a dressing table.
View from our room ... the City of Dreams.
The total floor area of The Venetian Macao building is 10,400,000 square feet and equivalent to 2 Tiananmen Squares and there are more than 12,000 people work at The Venetian Macao.