What you ask?
The Venetian in Macau is the world’s largest casino and the world’s third largest building – period.
I paid about $642US for two nights at the Venetian, taxes and fees included. To put that in perspective I could have
Stayed 20 days in Tokyo, Japan at $31US per night
Stayed 25 days in Hilo, Hawaii at $25US per night
Stayed 91 days in Siem Reap, Cambodia at $7US per night
Stayed 148 days in Krabi, Thailand at $4.31US per night
So what does $642 get you? Glad you asked…
I did not get a hotel room. I got a suite. In fact everyone gets a suite. There are 3000 suites at the Venetian.
That’s the suite. The resort has over 300 stores and the compliment of casino floor games, slot machines and numerous restaurants. It also have multiple canals, hence the name the Venetian. So people can take gondola rides INSIDE the mall, like they are in Venice, Italy.
It made for a great and memorable birthday weekend. Glad I came. Money well spent and money I had because I have been living small since I started the trip.
You really appreciate a place like the Venetian when you’ve been sharing rooms for the past 6 weeks. Makes for a nice change…but now back to the budget lifestyle!