Hotel Guia3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I was there last January when i spent Chinese new year in macau. this is not a luxury hotel but nice, quite and clean. Walking distance in some tourist attractions. Nice to sit in the rooftop and watch the city during night time. Note : this hotel is in macau terminal side.
Clean and tidy hotel with all the basic ammeneties provided. Helpful hotel staff and an hourly shuttle bus that drops off to the ferry terminal or border gate. Limited channels on the TV.. The location of the hotel is on a steepish hill and taxis will need a hotel card for directions.
I usually end up staying here when I'm in Macau. It's a bit quirky but charming. Definitely not a luxury hotel, but still very nice and a good value for the price. It's a bit away from everything which is nice since it's more quiet and everything in Macau is so close you're only ever a few minutes walk from the attractions. The hotel is close to some stores and restaurants so there's things within a few block. It's right on Guia hill so it's a bit of steep hike up the street to get there. My favorite thing is probably the roof-top area. The hotel is in a high point in Macau so you have a great view of the city. The roof-top area is usually empty so it's nice to get a bottle of wine, sit on the roof and watch the city. Lastly the internet is terrible. Just awful wifi and no ethernet in the rooms. Not a big deal for me since I'm usually out but something to be aware of.
This place isn't in the most convenient area, but it is a good hotel. We had a good stay in a clean and well kept room. It does make going up to the lighthouse very easy and isn't super far from the casinos on the peninsula. And the room prices were very reasonable compared to bigger properties in Macao.
Seems to have been recently renovated. Everything new and very clean. Located up a steep hill. 15 min walk to Grand Lisboa area. Hourly hotel shuttle to ferry outer harbour and Grand Lisboa. Quite good value.
... had to change room once, but still the smoking smell persists that I even had trouble sleeping. This despite them moving me twice to non-smoking rooms on non-smoking floors. The problem is that folks smoke indiscriminately regardless of where they are. In reality this is a hotel popular with Chinese tourists (because of the price?) and has not much else going for it.
It is a 30 minutes drive from the ferry terminal, on the same side of the island. Check-in was swift, was given a free upgrade. Rooms are clean, spacious and comfortable. Rooms are facing the road, so noise level is high. You need to take a bus/cab to the Venetian or galaxy hotel. Bus stop is 10 mins walk downhill, which means coming back uphill might be a tedious process. Bus to venetian takes around 25 minutes in moderate traffic. Staff is helpful. Most hotels in Macau are luxurious and have high standards. Would recommend only if short of options or budget.
I stayed here only for 1 night. This is a very economical hotel and is very centrally located. The Guia Lighthouse & St. pauls ruins are just a short walk away from here. The rooms are clean and color scheme is lively. The view from balcony is not that great. You really have to lean out to get a view of the city. But at the price, it has to be the best place to stay in Macau.
Recently stayed at the Guia Hotel and found this to be an ok accommodation option for visitors to Macau. Reservations were made through booking.com and price for a Sunday night stay was very affordable. In the end, hotel stay was decent but there are better options around the city to consider. What I liked: Hotel General 1.) Check-in & service staff speak fair English 2.) Check in was handled quickly 3.) Luggage storage and helpful concierge 4.) There is a nice rooftop terrace 5.) Hotel is found in a quiet location at the base of Guia Hill Hotel Room While a bit small compared to more modern and newer hotels in Macau, room was clean, decorated fairly and included a small outdoor balcony with chair, right over the track used for the Macau Grand Prix. TV, A/C worked fine and the room came with a safe. What I didn't like as much Location, while excellent if you are visiting for the Macau Grand Prix as the hotel sits right over the track at the Guia Hill bend, is too isolated and not ideal for sightseeing or dining. The hotel is around 15 minutes walk to the city centre area if you know where you are going. Taxi service can be called by the hotel but few pass this area on their own. Further, the hotel is located up a street with a noticeable incline so you will want to limit the number of times you return to the hotel by foot if you have any mobility problems. Room size is smaller than I like and beds were too hard, resulting in a less comfortable nights sleep. Bathroom shower pressure was weak and Wifi signal was very poor during my stay. I was disconnected repeatedly and found service speed to be extremely slow when I was connected. Overall, nothing terrible about Guia Hotel but a few too many negatives to make this a hotel of choice in Macau. With the exception of Macau Grand Prix weekend, there are better quality hotels that are much closer to the historic city centre. As such, unless rooms are on offer at much cheaper rates than similar category hotels, I'd suggest staying elsewhere.
This was a nice hotel, nothing special. Clean and tidy, rooms were well appointed. I felt it was a little overpriced but was otherwise an enjoyable experience. Macau is an interesting place with lots of places of historical interest. Seems to be in a state of constant development though (Macau, not the hotel)
- Walking distance to Guia Fortress and Fortaleza do Monte
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Hotel Guia places you next to Guia Fortress and a short stroll from other popular sights like Fortaleza do Monte. This 90-room, 3-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a nightclub. Centrally located in Macau, the hotel is also a short walk from Senado Square and Museum of Macau.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.
All 90 soundproofed rooms feature refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. Guests can expect free WiFi and LCD TVs with cable channels and pay movies. Beds sport premium bedding and down comforters, and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include free local calls and desks.
At Hotel Guia, guests have access to a nightclub, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas. Transportation is made easy with a free ferry terminal shuttle. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this boutique hotel include express check-in, laundry facilities, and a porter/bellhop.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
70% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 205 reviews