The not-so-little sister to the Venetian in Las Vegas, theThe Venetian Macao is modeled after its namesake and equipped with almost every deluxe amenity imaginable. Guestrooms offer comfort and luxury while the rest of the resort offers almost limitless entertainment.Foodies can choose from a wide range of dining venues or around-the-clock room service. Western restaurants include Italian, Portuguese and Brazilian cuisines as well as British pub grub and American steakhouse fare. Diners looking for a more local flavor can head to one of the Chinese restaurants for the Cantonese dishes or dim sum of the south or nosh on dishes from more far-flung regions like the northeast (dongbei) or Sichuan Province. Other dining spots at the Venetian include pan Asian, Thai and Japanese cuisines.For beverage and cocktails, guests can head to a wine lounge and bar or the Playboy Club.This Macau hotel owns the largest casino in the world at 51096 sq m (550,000 sq ft), with 34,000 slot machines, 800 gaming tables and a concert hall seating 15,000. The main leisure area also houses multiple swimming pools, Jacuzzis, a luxurious spa and the fitness center. Elsewhere, a full-scale indoor replica of a Venetian canal district comes complete with gondolas, gondoliers and canals with ceilings painted to photorealistic perfection to create an internal sky. Entertainment at this Macao hotel includes Cirque du Soleil, a concert schedule of world-famous musicians and a constant selection of live music, circus and acrobatic acts.Venetian Macao MICE facilities range from the CotaiExpo convention area at 75,000 sq m (19 acres) to Asia's largest ballroom to 108 meeting rooms.