Palatial, luxurious, multi-purpose, contemporary, innovative, iconic, heritage listed boutique and beyond compare… These are just a handful of words used to describe Macao’s ever-expanding landscape of hotels that cater to the Asian centres demands of today’s guests.
Macao’s hotels and resorts have something to offer all tastes, budgets and needs. This now includes newly opened hotels such as the Wynn Palace and The Parisian Macao, which join other favourites including (singular hotels) Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16, MGM Macau, Studio City Macau, OR (multi-hotel options) City of Dreams, Sands Cotai Central and Galaxy Mega Resort to name a few.
Macao’s integrated resorts and facilities cater to all styles of travellers and group sizes within one single complex. This also includes multiple hotels across a single resort providing a variety of accommodation options to fit a style or budget, different dining options from local cuisine to the fine dining experience, plus tailored and unique world-class entertainment, attractions and shows.
These ingredients make for a good mix and ensure a stay is a warm friendly experience.
Whilst on the Cotai Strip, you will find giant precincts which include leading attractions and shows that cannot be found in any neighbouring cities.
- Five world-class hotel brands and the world’s largest Giant Wave Pool & Skytop Rapids at Galaxy Mega Resort,
- The House of Magic, Universals Batman Dark Flight and the world’s first and highest figure 8 Ferris Wheel the Golden Reel at Studio City Macau,
- or have breakfast with Shrek and the gang at “Po’s Kung Fu Feast” the largest DreamWorks production outside the US at Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central,
- SkyCabs, the signature Performance Lake and Floral Creations by world-renowned Preston Bailey at Wynn Palace,
- The House of Dancing Water and Taboo at City of Dreams,
- Eiffel Tower that stands at 50% in height, of the original at The Parisian Macao,
But, if a bit of pampering is your holiday style, Macao is home to many local and internationally recognised day spas, at all major hotels and resorts.
Remember, not all is new, large and ritzy, as Macao has its share of boutique style budget accommodation of heritage significance, some establishments taking guests back to the colourful bygone days through their charming colonial features.
“Macao may be a relatively small destination in size, but it definitely offers a great variety of places to stay and things to see and do, so consider staying longer”
Suggested hotels . . .
- Galaxy Hotel Tel: (853) 2888 0888 No. of rooms: 1449
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: galaxymacau.com
- Sofitel Macau @ Ponte 16 Tel: (853) 8861 0016 No. of rooms: 408
Email: email@example.com Website: ponte16.com.mo
- Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel Cotai Central of rooms: 3894
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.sandscotaicentral.com
- Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central Tel: (853) 2828 2228 No. of rooms: 1224
- Grand Emperor Hotel Tel: (853) 2888 9988 No. of rooms: 307
Email: email@example.com Website: www.grandemperor.com
- Studio City Macau Tel: +853 8865 8888 of rooms: 1598
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.studiocity-macau.com
- JW Marriott Macau Tel: (853) 8886 6888 No. of rooms: 1015
Email: email@example.com Website: www.galaxymacau.com/en/jw-marriott-macau
- The Parisian Macao Tel: (853) 2882 8833 No. of rooms: 2741
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.parisianmacao.com
Coming soon to Macao: Roosevelt Hotel, Louis XIII, MGM Cotai, Palazzo Versace and a property specially designed by Mr Karl Lagerfeld.
For more information on Macao’s hotels and resorts: http://en.macaotourism.gov.mo/plan/hotels.php
Experience Macao – Your Own Style as you are truly spoilt for choice.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON MACAO visit www.macaotourism.gov.mo or for answers to any questions you or a traveller may have please contact or local representatives;
Macao Government Tourism Office – Australia
To order Guide Books, Maps and Itineraries OR for more information contact our office on +61 (2) 9264 1488 or email: email@example.com
Macao Government Tourism Office – New Zealand
To order Guide Books, Maps and Itineraries go to www.travelexpress.co.nz
OR for more information contact our office on +64 (0) 21 750944 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org