My boss let me tag along and we 1st stayed at 38002 - the Paiza Cielo Corner Suite of the South Side. It's insanely huge - 2 big bedrooms. Just to tell you how ridiculous it is, the bathrooms alone have THREE TVs - not a typo - 3 TVs! The living and dining room are likewise big - totally overkill if you ask me. The master bedroom even has its own massage room inside. The toilets are heated and automated - surprising though the toiletries are generic. They are the same whether you stay on the entry level room or on the paiza suites.
On the 3rd day we were asked to transfer to the North Corner Cielo Suite (thats the thing with going to macao to gamble - you may be asked to move rooms to accommodate "bigger" players). i forgot the number but the trek from one corner suite to the other on the same floor took all of 5 minutes - that's how huge the venetian is. I actually asked myself why it was necessary for us to get transferred to an "equal" room - why not give the vacant room to the incoming guest?
The answer seems to lie in the smallest things - the huge double door fridge (which contained 3 items of each kind) on the South Cielo Suite is NOT present in the North Corner Suite - all it had was your average minute room fridge cramped with all the items (and just 1 for each kind). Also, the specially dedicated Paiza Elevator which goes straight to the 37th and 38th floor is near the south side. So i guess the highER rollers get this "shorter distance" treatment.
The price per night is really insane though - so i guess you got to be in a gambling mood so you can get these rooms at a discounted rate (in the words of the venetian - based on pro-rated play)
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