Venetian Macao : The MacauTripping Review 2008
Welcome to Venice... in China.
TV, Tea Service and Minibar
The second piece of cabinetry contained the CRT television set to the left and a minibar / snack tray on the right. Two drawers below the TV were empty. The right drawer opened, the left didn't (note the differences in the wood.) On top of the TV cabinet, was tea service with an assortment of teas inside of a cute leather case, as well as in room dining menu and a magazine rack. The painting on the wall above is of St. Marks Square in Venice.
I'm torn about whether or not the in room dining menu should be located with the hotel information folder. Arguments for keeping it with the main informational folder on the desk or on top of the minibar could both be made effectively.
The minibar featured a fine assortment of drinks - alcoholic and non alcoholic as well as some candy, nuts, chips and instant noodles. Unlike Crown and Hotel Lisboa, none of these items were complimentary.