You get what you pay for. We got an upgrade to deluxe suite at check in, despite being still holiday season (arrived 6 Jan) and room was great! When you lay down on the bed you feel like it hugs you, ultra comfortable. Great facilities in and around the hotel.
Room was luxurious and spacious. The large bathroom has a full tub and separate shower. The entire property is beautiful, new, elegant and tasteful. It's across from the Venetian, next to City of Dreams and connected to the Conrad and a beautifully designed mall. We visited the Venetian, the Wynn, ...
Luxury from the moment you walk in. Lovely welcome from recpetion and they walked me through all of the facilities and then took me to my room. Room was huge! Two bathrooms, amazing bath, great view - I'm pretty sure I only booked the standard room too! I would recommend staying here - I really enjoyed ...
I stayed here for 2 nights. The location is good as it's close to the Port. But it is on the Macau side which isn't as popular. The room here is small. Its price is cheaper but there's not much going on around. I recommend staying over at Tampa for more fun. If you're into historic stuff then stay here.
We had a very nice stay in the old Macao n will recommend if gambling is not a priority.
There's a plaza across from the hotel with a nice fountain and it's quite relaxing especially to pick up some beers from the local 7-11 and just do Club 7-11 at the plaza. For those who are not expats living in Asia Club 7-11 means buying cheap beer in a convenience store and finding a park or other spot to sit and chill...it's legal. Please clean up your trash and don't ruin it for us who live here.
Room was luxurious and spacious. The large bathroom has a full tub and separate shower. The entire property is beautiful, new, elegant and tasteful. It's across from the Venetian, next to City of Dreams and connected to the Conrad and a beautifully designed mall. We visited the Venetian, the Wynn, MGM, Star World and the Galaxy, and I still like the Holiday Inn Macao best for gracious service, creative Asian-inspired design, and outstanding value.
Macau's gaming industry and cultural riches lure travelers to this island in the South China Sea. The Royal Hotel boats budget-friendly prices, while the Beverly Plaza is a great place for those with expensive tastes. Formerly a town of fishing refugees and a Portuguese protectorate, Macau is now largely independent, only assisted by China in matters of diplomacy and defense. Guests of Macau hotels often visit the A-Ma Temple to admire the patron goddess of fishermen.
The Macau Tower Convention and Entertainment Center enchants many Macau vacationers with its rotating eatery, vast views and transparent main floor and outdoor lookout levels.
Lord Stow's Bakery bakes up an original egg tart, now famous throughout Asia. Lord Stow's opens at 7 a.m. and is usually sold out of the English-influenced Portuguese confection by 5 p.m.
House of the Dancing Water attracts visitors with its romantic setting, colorful aquatic patterns, live acrobatic performances and motorcycle stunt showcases.
Close to the Ruins of St. Paul, both Rua dos Mercadores and Rotunda de Carlos da Maia give shoppers a chance to take home authentic Asian designs.
Auto-racing fans staying in hotels in Macaucan indulge in their passion as they watch Formula One racers speed through narrow twists and hairpin turns at the Macau Grand Prix. The Macau Motor Sports Club gives visitors a chance to sit behind the wheel and try their luck at go-kart racing.