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Venetian Macau Opens Family Friendly Pathway

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 30 September 2011

The Venetian Macau today opens the Family Friendly Pathway.

As part of The Venetian Macaus upgrade project, the newly-designed path provides improved accessibility to everyone, offering families with children a shared walkway to some of The Venetian Macaus top-quality restaurants.

The marbled route offers access to North, Canton, and Mortons via their main entrances, while bypassing the casino floor.

Our guests are of the utmost importance to us, said Gunther Hatt, Executive Vice President of Operations of Venetian Macau Ltd. When it comes to the quality of our products and services, we strive to cater to the complete array our guests needs. So were always looking for ways that allow us to serve them better. And thats exactly what the upgrades at The Venetian Macau, like the new Family Friendly Pathway, are all about providing the best possible service and experience to all of our valued visitors.

To help celebrate this new upgrade to the resorts accessibility, North restaurant is offering a free bowl of noodles to every child while Canton restaurant has a Weekend Dim Sum Set at a special price of MOP 118 from 10 October to 10 November 2011.

Mortons The Steakhouse is offering a complimentary appetizer for civil servants during the month of October.

For families looking to make the most out of their visit to The Venetian Macau, family suites are available, as is a range of entertainment offerings, such as Qube, The Grado mini-golf course, a heated swimming pool, and the Streetmosphere performers and singing gondoliers of The Grand Canal Shoppes.

There is also the world-famous Cirque du Soleil, and its production of ZAIA, performed in its one-of-a-kind custom-built theater a resident show exclusive to The Venetian Macau.

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