5footway.inn Project Ponte 162.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
My family stayed here for a night. It is the cheapest I could find in Macau. The place is nice and adequate. The only bad thing is that there is no elevator and our room is located at the 5th floor. I was with my senior citizen parents. It was tiring to go up and down.
Not too far from city centre, at walking distance this hotel offers affordable rate in (very) expensive Macau City hotel setting. Easy to find, location in front of Sofitel Hotel, as long as visitor mention Ponte 16 Sofitel Hotel to taxi driver, or use free bus from Ferry Terminal to this Sofitel Ponte 16 hotel. Room and toilet were clean, quiet at night, with complimentary free coffee and tea at the kitchen, and free computer at the ground floor. Receptionist helpful and friendly, gave some information how to use public bus in Macau. The only cons, is this hotel has NO lift, so prepare yourself if you get 4th floor level, you need to use stair up to the 4th floor.
Good location with walking distance to Ruins of St Paul's and infront of Sofitel hotel where you can take shuttle by Sofitel from custom free of charge...even the room is small but it is good enough to have good rest ...there is no lift but i'm ok to carry my tiny luggage up without any issue...
great location within 15 mins walk of St Michaels and the old square with all of the other associated sites close-by. Other sites and shopping malls approx. 30 mins walk away. Sofitel is across the road and has a great day spa and lower priced but also decent Foot and other Massage option. Supermarket 10 mins walk away, lots of convenience stores and LOADS of great restaurants everywhere you turn. Hotel itself was decent.. Great sized rooms. No elevator which is a little tough with a large suitcase. Tea and coffee available in a guest "kitchen" on the ground floor. Maps and touristy pamphlets available which is handy. Room was spacious and clean and the bed quite large and comfortable by Asian standards. hotel is quite a way from the HK ferry terminal but the Sofitel bus is free and leaves from across the road. Line up and jump on, no issues and also works for the return trip.
Found the hotel staff to be quite friendly although they didn't speak much English so that proved quite difficult when they told me my card was declined. Please note that they don't accept Amex and don't advise you of this just say it's not working. One expensive call to Amex to find that the transaction hadn't been attempted, luckily had another card on me. They require a 100MOP deposit on arrival in cash which could also be an issue for others as it was for me.... I hadn't yet been to an ATM so had none. The room was small and basic with a tv and a few English language channels which is good. The bathroom was clean and shower good. The toilet pan wasn't fixed to the ground so wobbled when you moved 😳. The room was "cleaned" daily. This mainly meant making the bed, emptying bin and fresh towels. The floor was not vacuumed or swept. The hotel is next to a very busy road with lots of traffic beeping all night. Took me a couple of nights to get used to this as it is very noisy. Budget hotel for here even though I paid about £60 a night. Good location though with bus stops just down the road and lots places to eat/walk around in walking distance. Wouldn't recommend this hotel to be honest though. I found no bars nearby, I thought maybe there would be a few. I would not stay in the area again if I came but would stay in Taipa area. Also at the moment there is a large building site next door and they start fairly early in the morning
This is a good budget place to stay. Clean and neat, walking distance to the main street, eatery places and some free shuttle bus. No lift in this building, so we have to climb the staircases to our room at level 5 (as we took the quad sharing room).
Do not stay in this hotel. A new tower is being built directly opposite it and It is a long way off being completed. The building work starts at 7:30am until 6pm. It is very loud with constant banging and construction, forget any chance of a lay in bed. I think that maybe 50% of the rooms in this hotel are directly facing the construction or will be affected by the noise. There are also no lifts in the hotel so I had to carry 4 heavy bags up 3 flights of stairs (there are 5 flights of stairs in total if you're on the top level). Once in the room there is NO free water; so forget a nice drink once you've just carried your heavy bags up, because this hotel doesn't provide any. There is s kettle in the room and two mugs but NO coffee, milk or sugar. How can a hotel charging $500HK a night not provide free water and coffee?? For what you get I think this hotel is way over priced and we were forced out of bed at 7:30am due to the noise. Lastly, there is also nowhere to hang your clothes as there is no wardrobe, so you'll be living out of your suit case. Simply not good enough for the money
This is a very basic hotel, with clean facilities. The room is relatively small. The location of the hotel is good, close to the old area. Which makes it easier for those new to Macau. Not pier shuttle, so you need to take the bus (3) or taxi to the hotel.
The budget hotel's only perk, is that the location is great. Minutes from Senado square. It was easy to find good and shopping from the hotel. The room was small, considering it is a budget hotel. From the lobby, the hotel seemed ok but the room we were in was in bad shape. The beds were hard and they looked old and needed change. The toilet cupboard was broken and was just taped up by masking tape! They had basic shower gel and shampoo but the condition of the room was bad. The TV reception was hazy for all channels. We stayed on the 4th floor and since I already read that there was no lift, I was ok with going up the steps. When I arrived, the kettle adaptor didn't even fit the socket! I had to request for an adapter! That is just so strange! The hotel staff was this young lady who was ok with me but was very rude to other guests. To be honest, if you are just going there to sleep .. it will be a suitable hotel. No need for expectations of service or comfort, which I felt I received none. Btw, the hotel is opposite Sofitel, so guests can actually take the free shuttle bus from Sofitel to the harbour or the zhuhai immgration. Honestly, I wouldn't recommend this place.
This place is just opposite of sofitel hotel. It provides your basic necessities and is close to many eateries. It is well linked via shuttle bus and is close to sernado square. If you walk along the inner paths, there are local eateries which are slightly cheaper than what you will get in the more touristy areas
- Walking distance to Senado Square and Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Laundry facilities
- 24-hour front desk
5footway.inn Project Ponte 16 places you within a 10-minute stroll of popular attractions such as Senado Square and Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral. This 24-room hostel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, coffee/tea in a common area, and a computer station. Centrally located in Macau, the hostel is also a short walk from Fortaleza do Monte and Leal Senado.
5footway.inn Project Ponte 16's 24 air-conditioned rooms provide free local calls, safes, and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and 24-inch flat-screen TVs. Beds sport down comforters and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries.
Renovated in 2013, 5footway.inn Project Ponte 16 offers free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and a computer station. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a terrace and laundry facilities.
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64.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 160 reviews