Concelho de Macau Hotels

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The Westin Resort: Peaceful, relaxing location.

We stayed in the Westin Resort, Macau for one night. We got there by taking their free shuttle from the Macau Ferry Terminal. To access the hotel shuttles, exit the ferry terminal and go into the tunnel that will take you under the road to the bus stands for hotels shuttles and casinos. Casino buses are to the right, hotel shuttles to the left. The shuttle stopped to pick people up on Taipa and outside the Venetian Hotel on the Cotai Strip on the way.

Check in was efficient and friendly. Our room was large, comfortable and clean. It had a huge balcony with a beautiful ocean view. On the balcony there was a table and two chairs. We bought ourselves sandwiches before reaching the hotel and ate them for breakfast on the balcony the next day. Our room had two double beds which were very comfortable, a fridge with minibar and four free bottles of water. We had a kettle, two coffee bags, a cafetiere, lots of tea-bags. Our room had an in-room safe, a hairdryer and an iron and ironing board.

The bathroom had a bath and shower, though the water was lukewarm when I took a bath. Free toothbrushes, shampoo, conditioner and shower gel were provided.

There is no free wifi in the room, though it is available in the lobby.

The hotel has an indoor and an outdoor swimming pool. Unfortunately the outdoor pool was closed for cleaning during our visit, which was a shame as it looked lovely. There was a children's pool and a whirlpool outdoors, too. There was also a play area for children.

The indoor pool was very warm and pleasant. It stayed open till 10pm at night. There was also a well equiped gym and in the changing rooms there was a sauna and a steamroom.

We did not eat in the hotel.

The hotel is quiet and peaceful, but is not near many other things. Next door to it there is a golf course. On the other side you can walk along the Hac Sa - black sands beach into Hac Sa Village. There is a restaurant called the Miramar very close to the hotel and near the beach. We walked into Hac Sa in around 10 - 15 minutes and ate in the Hac Sa Park Restaurant which is very good. Next door to the Hac Sa Park restaurant is the famous Fernando's Restaurant.

The hotel provides a free shuttle to the Venetian and the Macau ferry terminal every half hour. You must book the return shuttle in advance to get on.

Our hotel package was supposed to include a free plate of fruit and a free half bottle of wine. We had to ask for this in order to get it, which always annoys me. Free offers should be given without you having to ask in my view.

The hotel has a driving range and putting green. The grounds of the hotel are pretty.

Check out involved a bit of a queue but was accurate and efficient, just busy.

Check-in time is 3pm and check-out is midday. We had a lovely, relaxing, comfortable and enjoyable sty here and would happily stay here again. All the hotel staff were very pleasant and polite.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Food and Dining, Family Travel, Spa and Resort
  • Written April 1, 2014
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  • IreneMcKay profile photo IreneMcKay
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The Metropark Hotel: Good Central Location

We stayed in the Metropark Hotel for two nights. We know the area it is located in well as we have stayed many times in the nearby Holiday Inn.

The Metropark does have a shuttle from the ferry, but we did not wait for it and just walked from the ferry terminal.

Check-in was quick and efficient, though the girl was a bit brisk - language difficulty, I would guess. The man working on reception was much more pleasant and gave us a free map of Macau. We could have swiped our credit card for expenses but the girl kept saying the bank would hold the money for a month. We were not really sure what she meant but we ended up giving her HK$500 in cash instead of swiping the card. We got a receipt and had no problem getting our money back when we left.

The hotel was decorated for Chinese New Year though it looked Christmasy to me and the corridors looked pretty. The room was good. It was clean and had everything we needed: a very large double bed which was very comfortable, a kettle with four tea bags, no coffee, an in-room safe, a fridge, a TV.

The bathroom had a shower and a bath. They provided toothbrushes, combs, shampoo, no conditioner.

Our next door neighbours came home around 4am on the first night and put their TV on at high volume which was annoying. The next night it was very quiet and we slept really well.

On the third floor of the hotel there is a swimming pool, long and thin, not that big but each time we went we had it to ourselves so it was great. There was also a jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and a gym. The swimming pool stayed open till 10pm, which was also great. We were very pleased with these facilities.

The hotel has a revolving restaurant on its roof but this is only for special pre-booked functions. On the second floor there is a Chinese restaurant on the third floor there is Ciao Restaurant. Food there is more local than Italian. On our last day we had the lunch buffet there. The food was plentiful and tasty and very cheap at MOP58 plus 10%. It was MOP28 for a bottle of Macau beer. At check-in we had been given a MOP50 discount voucher if we spent MOP200 or above in the restaurants. We had to drink lots of beer (all right just 3) to get the price up enough to get the discount. No hardship there. I was very impressed with the buffet which had a salad bar, caldo verde soup, bread rolls, main courses, dessert - the creme caramel was delicious, tea, coffee.

The location of the hotel is very good. There is a 7-eleven straight across the road, from which we purchased breakfast each day. It's a short walk to casinos if that is your thing; it is a short walk to the Largo do Senado and Macau's historical centre. There are lots of restaurants around. Exit the hotel, go left, walk past the park and there are lots of restaurants in this area plus a supermarket.

There are good bus transport links to everywhere.

Room prices on the hotel site are high. We got a much better rate than they advertise. I would not stay here at the full rate, but then I remember Macau when it used to be cheap. If we find a deal again, we would love to go back.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Family Travel, Food and Dining
  • Written April 1, 2014
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  • Avieira67 profile photo Avieira67
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Vila Ka Meng: Good quality Guest House

I was looking for a hostel to stay 11 days with some comfort, this means airconditiong, Tv, private bathroom and telephone. This was the best place I have found for the cheapest price. The single room without private bath was small.
The first night I stayed in a room with private bath, then I moved to a single without private bath.

Rooms are very clean, towels are changed every day, sheets were changed every 2 days, tooth paste and brush is given every day as well shampoo, local calls for mobile and land lines are for free, staff is very kind and honest.
This hostel is located in a quite narrow street parallel to the Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro, the main avenue in the city.

Fare per night: from 230 Patacas (MOP).
Check-in: 12:00
Check-out: 12:00

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written June 4, 2012
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  • TSTsussie profile photo TSTsussie
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Grand Lisbao 2CATS (Macau Fan Club): Nice little new budget hostel in Macao (Macau)

I have stayed in a newly opened hostel call Grand Lisbao 2CATS hosted by an organization called Macau Fan Club (according to their site). Facility is MEMBERS ONLY but you can join membership free of charge. Nice little flat with three ensuite rooms (private bathroom) with shared living room. I took the Triple room (1 x double bed + 1 x single bed)which is quite cheap, HKD480 per night. I find the place very very clean and very convenient to move around town. I booked this room online with credit card payment. Try visit their site here:

http://www.179.hk/Cusac_Macau_Hostel_Fan_Club_Eng.html

Very Clean
VERY convenient
double room
family room (sleeps four pax)
air-con room
private bathroom
fridge
TV
FREE WIFI internet
common living room

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written July 6, 2010
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Macau Macao cheap triple twin room in 2CATS

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  • snuggie profile photo snuggie
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Casa Real Hotel: Feel like home

Spacious elite room for 3 person.
Service is great at the hotel and feel like home.

Free broadband services in their rooms.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Women's Travel, Casino and Gambling
  • Written July 5, 2010
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  • fatsam profile photo fatsam
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Macau Fan Club: Budget Guest House in Macau (Macao)

Last week, I stayed in a newly opened guest house in centro area which is pretty cool. the place is clean, tidy, convenient and cheap!! Double room is just HKD380 a night with private bathroom ensuite room similar to hotel rooms (just smaller). here is their website and you can book online with credit card:

www.macaufanclub.org

(choose the RED english button for english version)

or try this

http://www.179.hk/Cusac_Macau_Hostel_Fan_Club_Eng.html

I highly recommend this place to any budget travellers!!

Double room, triple room and family room
ensuite room
private bathroom
air-conditioned room
Fridge
TV
FREE WiFi internet
great convenient location

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Budget Travel, Family Travel
  • Written July 1, 2010
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  • hash09 profile photo hash09
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Double Decker bed: Auguster Lodge

I love staying here, the place is not like 2 star hotel but the room, the toilet was super clean, and the owner was so friendly, always had something to talk about.. and then sharing some fruits too.. hehehe

At Auguster Lodge, they allow guest using their computer for emailing purposes. and if you are using more than 15mins, they might have to charge you. They also have wifi incase if u bring your own lap top.

I was staying there for 3 nights when i first arrived, planned to stay 2 nights but make a few friends and they have the visit itenerary, so i joint them and stayed one more extra night. then after come back from shenzhen i return to this place without any booking. When i press the bell and they open the door and saw me again.. they were so happy and was like... "heeeyy u coming back" they so happy to see me again.

It was so nice of them

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Backpacking
  • Written February 23, 2010

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  • worknplay profile photo worknplay
  • Reviews: 14

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Holiday Inn Macau: Filipinos Make a Difference in Holiday Inn

My husband and I had an excellent time in this hotel. Many thanks to David, one of the Filipino staff, for his warm hospitality. It was our first trip to Macau and he made suggestions on the best places to visit and tour. He taught us how to take advantage of the free shuttle buses and told us exactly where to get on and off those buses.

Our room was quite spacious and we had a king-sized bed. Overall, it was very clean. Checking in and out was also a breeze. The hotel's location was also very convenient. It was just a 15-minute walk to the Senado Square plus another 5-minute walk to the Ruins of St. Paul Cathedral.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written February 13, 2010
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Sintra Hotel: Right in downtown

Our room was quite spacious given its price (USD 83/night). Breakfast is not included with the room but we didn't mind as we got to eat somewhere nearby for half the price listed on their menu. Service was OK though there wasn't much interaction with any of the staff as I had no complaints anyway. Concierge was very helpful with our bags when we left them for storage after we checked out.

It does not have a pool or gym but that's OK. Unlike other hotels in Macau, the Sintra does not have its own casino so it's quieter, no cigarette odors and child-friendly. It is a few blocks away from Senado Square, and across the street from the New Yaohan department store. And if you do want to gamble, the Casino Lisboa and Grand Lisboa are a block away. A free shuttle service to/from the ferry terminal is available every 15 mins.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Arts and Culture, Family Travel, Casino and Gambling
  • Written May 18, 2009

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  • Jannoo profile photo Jannoo
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Sintra Hotel @ Macau

Stayed at Sintra Hotel in Feb 2009. Service is good. Front desk is helpful and friendly. The bell staff are great. Overal satisfied with the service. Sintra provide half hourly shuttle to ferry which is convinient. Bus stand is walking distance...2 mins. Great location

Location is great. For mall, you have Yaohan opposite the hotel. 2 streets away from Lisboa. Convinient public transportation.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Casino and Gambling
  • Written April 21, 2009

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  • malakingtete profile photo malakingtete
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hotel royal: 2nd best alternative

since a 4 night stay at venetian would empty our pockets, we advancely booked the last 2 days of our stay in macau here at hoteloyale. if you prefer a calmer & unrowdy hotel with less activities, hotel royale should be your choice. we were lucky that one of the receptionists was a filipino & he was very helpful & kind to upgrade our room to a superior one. the room is expectedly to be of the standard sized but what was a big bonus of our stay was the buffet breakfast & snacks that comes with the room. it was also relaxing that there's a pianist (also a filipino, even the bellboys are filipinos. galing noh, kabayan!) playing at the lobby because the music he played soothened our very active minds. he he he he... anyways, the accommodation may be 2nd great but the hospitality & service rendered if not at par is better than the one we had at venetian (dahilan yan sa mga filipinong natural na mababait & very hospitable!) hi hi hi...

check out their promos & special offers on advanced booking accommodations. i booked our stay i think 3 mos in advance and i was happy i did that because i wouldn't have to worry anymore about paying it after our stay since i have paid for it already in advance in my credit card!

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written April 19, 2009
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Venetian Macao: the grandest of them all!

It was a good choice that we decided to stay at Venetian for two days. There are only two words that would be synonymous to the place-Grandeur & Opulence. The hotel in itself is comparable to a unique city worth discovering every corner. Though the rate is kindda pricey, every penny is worth the pay. the room is huge & very well decorated. truly adherent to the theme of venetian. every amenities that may be needed by guests are also readily available so there's really nothing you can't ask for. what's cool also since i'm a smoker is that you'll be passing the casino before your reach your room at south wing so you can smoke while walking and get as many bottled waters for free! he he he.... at the reception upon check out, we were offerred a big discount for further stay, unfortunately we have already booked & paid another 2 days at hotel royal. if only we haven't, we wouldn't think twice taking the offer. so far, that was the best accommodation i've ever had at any place. would surely be coming back after saving 2 or more months salary for it. :)

the hotel has its own mall & golf course!

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, Casino and Gambling, Architecture
  • Written April 19, 2009
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  • limledi profile photo limledi
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Venetian Macau Resort Hotel: Macau's Luxurious Hotel

Venetian Macau Resort Hotel is a very famous hotel in Macau. Most of my friends keep proding me to stay here even for just a night considering the expensive rates they're offering. It is said that a day is not enough to roam the entire area due to its enormous size. Plenty of shops with brand names to choose from. Entertainment in St. Mark Square from classical artists. Food choices in the food court area. Gondola ride in the canal with singing gondolier. And of course, their huge casino which is their main selling point as with other hotels in Macau.
With regards to the semi-suite room, it is very nice. The bathroom is luxurious & I especially like it. It also has a living area. 2 TVs in the room. The nice bed is very comfortable. The room can only have maximum of 4 people to sleep comfortably. I booked thru their website for HK$1596.20 room only without breakfast.

Gondola & Grand Canal Shoppes

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Road Trip, Architecture, Family Travel
  • Written March 1, 2009
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  • limledi profile photo limledi
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Kowah Hotel: Macau's Budget Hotel

I find Kowah Hotel ok. The only downside is the receptionist can't speak English so there's a problem with regards to communication aspect. The hotel is clean, good price & centrally located just couple of minutes walk to Senado Square. It is a 2-star hotel with a small lift. Nice to find the famous Koi Kei Bakery selling almond cookies & peanut candies just across the hotel. Very handy for souvenirs back home. A single room has a double bed that can accommodate 2 people. Same with their triple room having 3 double beds that can have 6 pax. The hotel only allowed 4 pax for their triple room. Better schedule your trip on weekdays coz weekends tend to have higher rates. Same goes for other hotels. Weekday rates: triple room HK$450; double $350; single $300. Weekend rates (Fri/Sat.): triple $550; double $400; single $380.

Centrally located 5 minutes walk to Senado Square & bus stop.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Family Travel, Architecture
  • Written February 24, 2009
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  • TeresaLim profile photo TeresaLim
  • Reviews: 4

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Grand View Hotel, Taipa: Hotel Recommendation

I feel that stayed in Taipa is more relaxing. This hotel is not bad overall.

If you have budget, the best is to stay at Venetion Hotel because there are lots of shops, food and etc that you can enjoy for the night after visitng the tourist spots without worrying no transport back to hotel.

All hotel have shutter bus and it is free of charge. Make use of it to save your travelling cost.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written February 17, 2009

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