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Bellini Lounge Music Bar at Venetian Macau: the place to be in town!

29 April 2011

You might be surprised to find that one of the friendliest bars in town is located in a corner of the casino floor of The Venetian. The Bellini Lounge may sound and look posh, but it’s actually a down-to-earth watering hole which attracts a stylish crowd aged mostly from their late 20s to late 40s. Most are here not just becaue they’re taking a break from gambling, but have made the trip specially to enjoy live music in the company of friends.

The huge couches and vast space mean you’ll usually be able to get a comfortable seat, and not worry about having smoke being blown in your face by a stranger while jostling for standing room. There are also plenty of bar stools up by the impressively long bar, where solo guests can perch and enjoy the live entertainment, while being entertained by the bartender.

Two live resident bands provide entertaining covers of Top 40 hits, R&B numbers every night, but aren’t too loud or intrusive so as to prevent conversation. The large bar is quite quiet during the day, and during weeknights attracts after-work suits as well as tourists. 

During weekends, and their Ladies Nitz (free drinks for women) every Wednesday from 8pm, it starts to get packed with an eye candy crowd of models, dancers and expatriates.

There is a wide selection of wines and premium spirits as well as coctails on the menu, and Bellini is well staffed with friendly and knowledgable staff who are only too happy to help. The bar is also known for having some of the prettiest and most professional and attentive female staff members in Macau.

Try the house specialty cocktail, the Bellini, which is made of fresh peach, schnapps and champagne, other popular drinks include champagne cocktails made with mango and fruit blends.

Address: Shop 1041 (On the casino floor) – Venetian Casino – Macau
Tel: +853 8118 9940

Open: 4:00 pm – 4:00 am (Mondays – Fridays);
2:00 pm – 4:00 am (Saturdays and Sundays)


Venetian Casino in Macau

5 July 2009


When a business traveller is in Macau, one of the best destination is Venetian. Even if you are not a gambler you can dine in one of the 30 restaurants (see the review of Fogo Samba) or drink your favorite cocktail in one of the bar, several with live music. But you can also shopping in one of the 350 internationally renowned stores or sleep in one of the 3000 comfortable suites of one of the largest hotel in the world.


The Venetian Macao is a luxury hotel and casino resort in Macau owned by the Las Vegas Sands corporation. The Venetian is a 40-story, $2.4 billion anchor for the 7 resort hotels which are under construction on the Cotai Strip in Macau. The 980,000 m2 Venetian Macao is modeled on its sister casino resort – the The Venetian in Las Vegas – and is the largest single structure hotel building in Asia and the fourth-largest building in the world by area.

The main hotel tower was finished in July 2007 and the resort officially opened on August 28 2007. The resort has:

– 3000 suites,

– 111,000 m2 of convention space,

– 149,000 m2 of retail,

– 51,000 m2 of casino space

– 15,000 seat arena for entertainment/sports events.




The Casino

The casino is currently the largest in the world and is further divided into 4 themed gaming areas namely Golden Fish, Imperial House, Red Dragon and Phoenix. The casino consists of over with 3400 slot machines and 800 gambling tables


The Hotel

The hotel offers a VIP club named Paiza Club to caters high-rollers and premium guests The club comes with its own entrance, lobby, reception, team of butlers and guest lifts to the suites. The gaming area of the Paiza Club is divided into individual private gaming rooms and named after Asian cities such as Yunnan, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.The guests of the club would have the exclusive access to the club dining outlet, the Paiza Club Dining & Lounge, which opens 24 hours a day.


Future development

American billionaire Sheldon Adelson announced that his $2.4 billion Venetian Macao Resort Hotel on Cotai will contribute much to launch a massive, concentrated resort area he calls the Cotai Strip, after its Las Vegas counterpart. Adelson formally stated his plans to open more hotels under brands such as Four Seasons,Sheraton and St. Regis. Therefore, his Las Vegas Sands (which ran the Sands Macao on the Macau peninsula), plans to invest $12 billion and build 20,000 hotel rooms on the Cotai Strip by 2010.


Henri Brown (HB Wild) performs at Bellini Lounge in Venetian Macau

5 July 2009

hb wildHB Wild is back in town!
And they’re bigger and better than ever! Henri Brown and his band turn up the heat at the Bellini Lounge. This is one band you do not want to miss.

Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays
(accompanied by DJ kILL):

10:45 pm – 3:15 am
Sundays – Tuesdays:
10 pm – 2 am



We bring you nine passionate, music-loving musicians who can’t wait to share their enthusiasm with the rest of the world. The band is lead by bass player, singer, actor, and producer, Henri Brown, cousin of the legendary Jimi Hendrix and son of Music Hall of Fame inductee Eleanor Collins, best known as the ‘Black Cultured Pearl,’ Pearl Brown. With Theresa, vocals; Caroline, trumpet & vocals; Sean, guitar & vocals; Bernard, keys, trumpet & vocals; Gilberto, drums; Luis, keys & vocals; Shaun, saxes and flute; and Hector, percussion & vocals. HB WILD covers such a wide range of material that everyone gets a little of what they like. HB says, “This is the best band I have put together in all my years,” not just because they play and sing so well, but because every one of them is a star, and their personalities are fabulous!

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