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Grandview Hotel Macau

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Don't drink the water. It's not complimentary. Feels like this hotel is trying to pretends it is more than it really is. It's fine for a night or two if you don't expect much.

Old hotel, wifi is on the lobby (free) or via ethernet cable (need pay), even no complimentary water. Shoud cous less $70 even in Macau.

English is very limited when it comes to taxi drivers, so finding the hotel was really the only issue.

Make sure you have at least 500 Macau dollars when checking in. When I first arrived I was told that I had to put down a deposit of 500 Macau dollars or use my credit card for the deposit. The front desk kindly informed me that the hold on my credit card would not be credited back for another 3-5 weeks. I didn't have enough Macau dollars on me so they allowed me to put down a deposit of 300 Macau dollars. But it would be wise to carry the 500 with you. Also, something to keep in mind is that most places like the Galaxy and Venetian do not accept Macau money, but only Hong Kong Dollars. Make sure you trade your Macau dollars back to Hong Kong dollars before departing Macau. I was not able to exchange the 300 Macau dollars back into Hong Kong Dollars once I arrived back in my country of residence. The location of the hotel wasn't ideal. Taxi's were few, but the bus stop is around the corner. Caution- if you are trying to get to Galaxy or Venetian area do not try to get a taxi. One taxi told me if I paid him 100 Macau dollars he would take me. The taxi ride from the Galaxy to the hotel was only 25 Macau dollars, so this guy was def. in the business of ripping off foreigners. Instead, hop on the free shuttle bus to the Ferry Terminal and from there take the free shuttle bus service to the Galaxy or Venetian. It's much easier getting a taxi back from either location, and it will cost you roughly 25 Macau dollars. My room was very cozy. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom was clean. Overall, I had a great stay here the only exception was the location. If you don't end up with a friendly staff person just a reminder that you should not drink the water in your room with the Watson label. It's not complimentary and they will charge you when you check out. I would recommend this hotel to travels looking to stay a night or two. If you are staying longer it would be wise to book a hotel at the Galaxy or across the bridge at MGM or The Sands. Happy travels to you!

Decent choice for Taiipa clean room supermarkets neaby shuttles to ferry etc but need wifi in room which it doesn't have.

Basically it alright but no wifi access. Easy to get around the area with public transport stop in front of the hotel. Nice view from hotel over jockey club where you can horse riding

This hotel is located in Taipa not far from the tourist trap Cunha street. The hotel only runs infrequent shuttle to Macau-HK pier, so it's not that convenient to China border or airport, although bus stops are nearby. The Venetian and Galaxy casinos are too far to walk to. In booking we were supposedly getting an upgrade premium room but the room was pretty spartan. The room was ok clean, ok sized, quiet but no view. Bed was comfortable. Closet was jammed and took a long time to open. Staff were impatient but helpful in giving directions. I tried to break a large bill for tipping in the room, but the cashier ladies pretended I was transparent. So sorry, no tips. Macau is getting pricy and the quality of food is way down from ten years ago.

We got the suite room, nice and clean with a good view of the race course.

I really enjoyed the rooms - we had a premium twin and the room was newly renovated, very clean and with very comfortable beds. I really was thrilled at the level of cleanliness. The hotel does have smoking floors so occasionally there was some smell of smoke, but other than that the rooms were impeccable. There was internet in the lobby but unfortunately it was very spotty, and kept booting me off every minute or so, making it very difficult to do any more than check a website or two. The internet was better on the 2nd floor restaurants though. While the staff at the reception desk were quite helpful, I did not find the same level of warmth and friendliness we had experienced at our hotel in HK. The doormen especially did not help with luggage and weren't particularly keen on opening doors either. On one occasion I was waiting in the cafe seating area because the official waiting area on the other side of the lobby was full, and I was promptly chased out for not buying anything - I tried to explain that the other seating area was full but to no avail. I would certainly recommend the hotel as excellent value for money, and the other amenities such as the gym and spa were quite ideal. I do feel that the human interactions left much to be desired.

GRANDVIEW is in an EXCELLENT location.....just across from the horse race track. The rooms, for the price, are by far the best deal in Macao. I prefer to go Sunday through Thursday as the hotel rate double and triples for the weekend tourists. There are many nice restaurants within walking distance of the hotel. The staff are very friendly as go the extra mile to help you.

We stayed at the hotel for a week while visiting Macau. The hotel is in a good location, within walking distance of the major casinos, Galaxy and Venetian.

The hotel is off the main site. So be prepare to take bus to tour. The room itself is spacious, clean and up-to-date. However, the staff is horrible, from front desk to bell boy. So don't expect much from them.

nice clean kind great location quite resonable price

The location is pretty good for people who wants to go to the casino or else it is far away from the main attractions (central area). But from the boarder gate to this hotel only cost $62.5 mop, which is a little less then $10 USD. The cheapest way to get there is to take free shuttle from other hotels, such as Galaxy Hotel and walk 10 to 15 minutes or take taxi ( beware if you can't speak Cantonese, taxi driver might take the long route, but pay no more then $20 mop). The staffs is nice and the room is clean. Beware if you are not a couple because of their glass window in the shower room, but they have a curtain.

The front desk was great, the room was large and clean. Newly renovated, true to the listing. In an area convenient to both the Taipa Village and the more upscale casinos (Galaxy, The Venetian, City of Dreams). Bus stop right around the corner to take you to the sights on the main peninsula. 5 minute-ish drive to airport by taxi. No airport shuttle, unfortunately. The best hotel I've stayed at in China, without question.

My husband and I, along with our daughter and son-in-law enjoyed our stay at the hotel. The rooms on the 17th floor were great. They were clean and spacious and the bathrooms were nice, although a bit small. The receptionists were very helpful. Across the hotel is the best tea bar. Try the different concoctions they have to offer. We tried a few and they were delicious! We walked to the food street, Rua de Cunha, which took 10-15 min. There were a variety of restaurants that offered Chinese-Portuguese dishes. The Venetian was only a HK$23.00 taxi ride. Overall our stay was great at the Grandview.

The hotel staff greeted us with a warm welcome. Our room on the 17th floor was ready when we arrived but had to wait for my daughter and son in law's room. Although the view was just an old building next door, the room was great! The bathroom was nice and modern. The room was very clean and spacious. An extra chair and a table would have been nice since there was none. The location is on Taipa island. It would have been better if it was on Macau island where most everything was. But taxi is cheap and the shuttle services were great. The hotel was near 2 grocery stores and right across the best tea bar called Come Buy. Try their various tea concoctions. They were delicious! We walked to the food street where various restaurants offered Chinese and Portuguese foods. Macau is a nice clean and safe place to go to. Food is great and the price is so reasonable. We enjoyed our stay at The Grandview Hotel and would recommend it! The Venetian Hotel Food Court offered a great variety of food choices. Take the Grandview shuttle to the Ferry and then get on the Venetian shuttle to their hotel. Visit Senado Square and enjoy walking through the streets en route to St. Paul's Ruins. Sample various cookies and dried beef along the way. That was fun!

one night stay. internet access is expensive.

We got a king size bed on the 17th floor, it was a nice size room, Bathroom is small(didn't really like), services were Excellent. thanks

Good stay - all hotels are expensive in Macau.

142, Estrada Gov. Albano de Oliveiera Taipa

Macau Olympic Complex is within a 5-minute walk of Grandview Hotel Macau while other popular sites like Cotai Strip are within a mile (2 km). This 438-room, 4-star hotel has a casino along with an outdoor pool and free in-room WiFi. Macau Tower and University of Macau are also near this Taipa hotel.


Dining

Continental breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All of Grandview Hotel Macau's 438 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and TVs with cable channels. Other standard amenities include hair dryers, safes, and phones.


Guests of Grandview Hotel Macau enjoy a casino, an outdoor pool, and a health club. Staff members are on hand to provide dry cleaning/laundry services and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a business center.

Property features

Room options

Premier deluxe room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Premier deluxe suite

Queen 1 | Sleeps 3

Executive Deluxe Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Grandview Hotel Macau

Everyone (1) Couples (5) Business (3) Family (4) Other (4) Friends (3)
3

decent location

Everyone

Don't drink the water. It's not complimentary. Feels like this hotel is trying to pretends it is more than it really is. It's fine for a night or two if you don't expect much.

By on Jan 20, 2017

3

so-so

Singles

Old hotel, wifi is on the lobby (free) or via ethernet cable (need pay), even no complimentary water. Shoud cous less $70 even in Macau.

By on Apr 6, 2015

5

american in macau

GetawayWithFriends

English is very limited when it comes to taxi drivers, so finding the hotel was really the only issue.

By on Dec 4, 2014

3

comfortable hotel room but bad location

Singles

Make sure you have at least 500 Macau dollars when checking in. When I first arrived I was told that I had to put down a deposit of 500 Macau dollars or use my credit card for the deposit. The front desk kindly informed me that the hold on my credit card would not be credited back for another 3-5 weeks. I didn't have enough Macau dollars on me so they allowed me to put down a deposit of 300 Macau dollars. But it would be wise to carry the 500 with you. Also, something to keep in mind is that most places like the Galaxy and Venetian do not accept Macau money, but only Hong Kong Dollars. Make sure you trade your Macau dollars back to Hong Kong dollars before departing Macau. I was not able to exchange the 300 Macau dollars back into Hong Kong Dollars once I arrived back in my country of residence. The location of the hotel wasn't ideal. Taxi's were few, but the bus stop is around the corner. Caution- if you are trying to get to Galaxy or Venetian area do not try to get a taxi. One taxi told me if I paid him 100 Macau dollars he would take me. The taxi ride from the Galaxy to the hotel was only 25 Macau dollars, so this guy was def. in the business of ripping off foreigners. Instead, hop on the free shuttle bus to the Ferry Terminal and from there take the free shuttle bus service to the Galaxy or Venetian. It's much easier getting a taxi back from either location, and it will cost you roughly 25 Macau dollars. My room was very cozy. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom was clean. Overall, I had a great stay here the only exception was the location. If you don't end up with a friendly staff person just a reminder that you should not drink the water in your room with the Watson label. It's not complimentary and they will charge you when you check out. I would recommend this hotel to travels looking to stay a night or two. If you are staying longer it would be wise to book a hotel at the Galaxy or across the bridge at MGM or The Sands. Happy travels to you!

By on Aug 21, 2014

4

decent choice

Couples

Decent choice for Taiipa clean room supermarkets neaby shuttles to ferry etc but need wifi in room which it doesn't have.

By on Jul 2, 2014

4

simple getaway

Families

Basically it alright but no wifi access. Easy to get around the area with public transport stop in front of the hotel. Nice view from hotel over jockey club where you can horse riding

By on Jun 23, 2014

3

ok hotel

BusinessTravelers

This hotel is located in Taipa not far from the tourist trap Cunha street. The hotel only runs infrequent shuttle to Macau-HK pier, so it's not that convenient to China border or airport, although bus stops are nearby. The Venetian and Galaxy casinos are too far to walk to. In booking we were supposedly getting an upgrade premium room but the room was pretty spartan. The room was ok clean, ok sized, quiet but no view. Bed was comfortable. Closet was jammed and took a long time to open. Staff were impatient but helpful in giving directions. I tried to break a large bill for tipping in the room, but the cashier ladies pretended I was transparent. So sorry, no tips. Macau is getting pricy and the quality of food is way down from ten years ago.

By on May 9, 2014

3

nice room but no free wifi :(

Couples

We got the suite room, nice and clean with a good view of the race course.

By on Mar 27, 2014

3

good value

Families

I really enjoyed the rooms - we had a premium twin and the room was newly renovated, very clean and with very comfortable beds. I really was thrilled at the level of cleanliness. The hotel does have smoking floors so occasionally there was some smell of smoke, but other than that the rooms were impeccable. There was internet in the lobby but unfortunately it was very spotty, and kept booting me off every minute or so, making it very difficult to do any more than check a website or two. The internet was better on the 2nd floor restaurants though. While the staff at the reception desk were quite helpful, I did not find the same level of warmth and friendliness we had experienced at our hotel in HK. The doormen especially did not help with luggage and weren't particularly keen on opening doors either. On one occasion I was waiting in the cafe seating area because the official waiting area on the other side of the lobby was full, and I was promptly chased out for not buying anything - I tried to explain that the other seating area was full but to no avail. I would certainly recommend the hotel as excellent value for money, and the other amenities such as the gym and spa were quite ideal. I do feel that the human interactions left much to be desired.

By on Dec 24, 2013

5

macao is a great destination......grandview is the best value

BusinessTravelers

GRANDVIEW is in an EXCELLENT location.....just across from the horse race track. The rooms, for the price, are by far the best deal in Macao. I prefer to go Sunday through Thursday as the hotel rate double and triples for the weekend tourists. There are many nice restaurants within walking distance of the hotel. The staff are very friendly as go the extra mile to help you.

By on Jun 20, 2013