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Regency Art Hotel Macau

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The room is very big.. Also, clean and beautiful.. But some of furniture are old.. Have a beautiful view.. The staff are very nice.. Have bus station beside the hotel.. Also, have shuttle bus.. At that time.. Can't use swimming pool, because under maintenance..

Let's start with something positive: the hotel has great WiFi throughout. Okay, now that that's out of the way we can get into it. Other reviewers mention the fabulous location but I can only assume they were referring to some other, better hotel. There is literally nothing in walking distance (except we ended up walking to quite a few places... more on that later). There are some apartment blocks, a reasonably large casino, and nothing else worth mentioning. Maybe if you have friends living there the location is great but make no mistake, this is a residential area. The room itself wasn't quite what we imagined it would be. Obviously we knew it wasn't going to be spectacular. Macau is an expensive place and the Regency Art Hotel is relatively cheap in comparison to some. Anyway, the room smelled of mildew. The carpet appeared to have cigarette burns in it and the bathroom was like something from a 70s museum. No, not hip and fancy; it was dire. More like something you would discover in a reclusive elderly relative's house after they've passed away. The shower didn't work. The little knob you have to pull to change the flow of water from the bath tap to the shower just came off when pulled. Oh yeah, and the anti-slip mat thing in the bath had black patches on it, plus there was mould around the sealant on the sink. Not pleasant. Breakfast was cold and unappealing. You wouldn't imagine baked beans could be messed up but you learn something new every day, I suppose. We were advised by hotel staff that travelling by local bus was the best choice. Getting on a local bus proved rather difficult, however, since they were all completely full and the drivers just waved without stopping. We were at the stop for a whole hour and none of the buses stopped for us. The guy working at the door of the hotel laughed at our predicament and talked us out of getting a taxi. "The drivers will mug you," he said. He just meant they'd overcharge us, but still, we decided to walk the 45 minutes to the City of Dreams instead. We had a nice time there watching the House of Dancing Water show. Spectacular!

Regency Art Hotels website was well made. The pictures made me decide to book here for my moms birthday trip. It's about a 6-minute uber ride from Macau Airport. The lobby is modern and stylish and the art gallery on the side added to the pluses. But when we got to our floor, 11th, and seeing the carpeting in the hallways, I started to worry. Upon entering the room, there was a musty smell that permeated. And I could feel the dust from the carpet. The bathroom is very old with scratches and molds in the sink, old tap with layer upon layer of sealant, old style WC with no bidet, the bathtub was old too and the shower was also full of sealant. I was so disappointed as it was a treat to my mom and my choice of hotel was not up to her standards. Pros: Friendly and helpful security Shuttle service available Cold aircon NEW and clean beddings Cons: Room service attendants need more training Not enough restaurants around hotel within walking distance

Our stay was awful! The hotel is old and in desperate need of a refurbishment. The bathrooms are very dated. The bed linen is old and the rooms smell of damp and mould. The harbour view rooms overlook a dump site. Breakfast is a set menu so if you stay for a few days it can get very boring. We couldn't charge our phones or laptops as the electricity in our room kept tripping and we were left in darkness.

Nice hotel at this expensive city at low price. Hotel is near to some nice shops and walk around places. Overall nice stay with good ambient. They have both smoking and non smoking rooms. Only thing is the hotel service (food) is bit expensive and advice to go around and have nice taste from outside. We had good experience in this wonderful hotel.

Stayed here for one night before running the Macau half-marathon (the hotel is a convenient 5 minute walk from the start/finish). I would recommend this race - much more scenic than the Hong Kong half. The hotel room was ok and spacious but dated, with the bed on the firm side of comfortable. The location of the hotel isn't brilliant (unless you're running the marathon), not really being walking distance to anything of any note in Macau, but taxis seemed pretty easy to get. The view out over Macau and the Macau tower from the hotel room was pleasant, to be fair. Check in and out was efficient.

Good location in Macau right by the bridge to go to the peninsula. Affordable price. Facilities could look better, kinda old to be honest. The room was good. Lobby is cool. Staff speaks english and there is good customer service

Fantastic stay. The staff was great with good English skills. We stayed in a renovated room on the 5th floor with a harbor view. Room was comparable to the pictures on the website. Gym was better than expected. Solid 3.5 star hotel. Accessing the hotel was super easy with bus stops 100 meters or so from the hotel. Airport, Macau Island casinos and Senado Square were about 10 minutes ride and 4.2 HKD/per person! Buses offer free wifi. Taxi cost 50 HKD. They also have a free shuttle to Macau City destinations. Food & stores 5 minute walk away. The area is quite and you don't have to deal with the tourist crowds. The hotel casino! Small, clean and perfect for the casual gambler. They have 100 HKD blackjack and baccarat! The big casinos have 300/500 HKD minimums. The staff was delightful and taught us the table etiquette for playing blackjack and using the slots. We also got 76 HKD for free when we signed up for the player cards. Will definitely stay here again.

Hello everyone... Thanks to all the staff at hotel regency hampi which is very good hotel at affordable rate. The service is very good, all the staff is always very polite and ready to help anytime. The food is awesome, we enjoyed the the complementary breakfast the most. Keep it up.

The Regency Art Hotel, as they are now called, is a medium range hotel in Taipa, on the shore road across from Macau city. We were there in early October. We were able to watch the last night of fireworks from our room, which was right across from the convention centre. Room numbers 26 to 35 face the base of the hill in the nearby park and part of the shore road. Room numbers 36 and 37 and 1 to 11 face the street and the eastern part of Macau. The other rooms would face the pool, except that the central part of the building away from the street obscures the view. We were in a room numbered 26, at the end of the hall, a nice private spot. The hotel is relatively new, and is on major bus routes. An easy guide to buses is available at the front desk, and it is quite useful. I commend them for this small but handy gesture. The staff are all friendly and helpful. The breakfast buffet changes every day, but some staples are there every day: beans, scrambled eggs, a toaster (the slow kind) with bread, rice, steamed bread, etc. Other dishes change every day. The restaurant has regular evening dinners. When we were there, they hosted a week-long celebration of Malaysian cuisine. We ate there twice. It was pricey but good and plentiful. We also had a couple of light meals at the Greenhouse Cafe, across from the main restaurant. It is down some stairs and is along the windows looking onto a green space and the street. The food wasn't anything gourmet, but it didn't pretend to be. We also ate twice at the Flamingo, which is attached to the spa. The restaurant is run separately from the hotel, so you cant charge any meals to the room. We tried different dishes but especially enjoyed the breaded shrimp with dipping sauce. I had the Macanese fish stew. Meals come with warm bread and butter, a nice touch. We would stay again. We had a great time. It isn't right in the city centre, nor is it right beside the new casino strip in Cotai, so there was not much noise or commotion.

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Macau Olympic Complex is within a mile (2 km) of Regency Art Hotel Macau, and other popular sites like Cotai Strip are within a couple of miles (3 km). This 326-room, 4-star resort welcomes guests with a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. Macau Tower and A-Ma Temple are also nearby.


Dining

Enjoy a bite to eat at the resort's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.


Rooms

Regency Art Hotel Macau's 326 rooms are air-conditioned and provide refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. Guests can expect WiFi and TVs. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include free newspapers, free local calls, and free bottled water.


Property features

Guests of Regency Art Hotel Macau have access to an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna. Self parking is available for USD HKD 100 per day. Helpful staff can provide dry cleaning/laundry services, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas and laundry facilities.

Room options

Superior Double Room (With Breakfast)

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Superior Twin Room (With Breakfast)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Double Room (With Breakfast)

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Twin Room (With Breakfast)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

52% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 408 reviews