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- Reviews: 32
Presidente Hotel Macau
Big Room, Clean, good location.
But the hotel does not provide designated bus shuttle from Ferry terminal to Hotel.
However, travellers can hop into any shuttle bus such as Wynn Hotel Bus shuttle (red bus), then get off at Wynn Hotel and walk across to Presidente Hotel. All shuttle bus service are free.
Note: All shuttle bus counter are station at the left side of ferry terminal
Great Views and location.
enjoy Wynn's musical fountain from hotel room
- Reviews: 141
East Asia Hotel: Hotel at a low cost
we stayed at East Asia Hotel for 2 nights (sept 12-13 '08). We made reservation by calling their number +853-28922433. No payment for the reservation but we confirmed it by calling once again when we arrived in Hong Kong. The room will be reserved for you until 5pm otherwise it will be considered as available for others. We have a twin size bed at affordable cost. Usually cheaper on weekdays than on weekends (as other hotels too). The room is big with bathroom and tub. Towels are available. The room is cleaned everyday. Staff are not that friendly but they are helpful when you asked for it.
Near Senado Square and Ruins of St. Paul
- Reviews: 26
Hotel Royal: Decent hotel near Guia Hill
Hotel Royal is a decent well run 3 star hotel located in a relatively quieter part of Macau at the foot of Guia Hill. It's price is reasonable and the rooms are clean and comfortable except a bit on the small side. It has only got a small casino with some slot machines. The Grand Lisboa and Grand Waldo are about 15 mins walk away, but taxis are abundant and relatively cheap in Macau for times when you don't feel like walking. Breakfast is mostly unspectacular local food and after 2 days, we ventured off to a nearby hotel for dim sum which was much better.
Walking distance to Guia Hill, which is very picturesque and very nice for a morning stroll.
- Reviews: 23
Lisbao Hotel: Luxury Lisbao
Hotel Lisbao is an old hotel in Macau by Stanley Ho. Opposite is the Grand Lisbao which is newer and more expensive.
If you are travelling with kids, try to avoid the ground floor as there are many pros looking for business. They will hold your man's hand right infront of you! Just stayed on Level 1 is safe enough.
First few nights was good till our last night, terrible loud shouting from the pros and her male client along the walk way outside our room. Sound proof was bad. Would not recommend for family with kids.
Hotel room was decorated in European style. Wash room was fantastic with electronic controlled bath system, comes with steam bath, foot reflexlogy & radio system.
Its convenient, walking distance to Senado Sq, St Paul Ruins. Hotel provide shuttle service to the pier, close to New Yaohan, Fisherman's Whaft.
- Reviews: 1
Clean budget family accommodation: Hotels more expensive during weekends
Hi! Hotel Guia is nice, but just make sure that if you're here during the weekend you set aside more budget, cos the prices go up then up to 30-50%
Since you have a small chil, i don't recommend the more scungy places like Central or Augustus Lodge. Hotel Royal, Guia, (nice) Sintra and Metropark (budget, but clean and safe), should fit your budget during the weekdays.
Can check www.macau.com for rates, which should be cheaper than calling the hotels direct, since these are local chains.
- Reviews: 332
East Asia Hotel: Please do not jump out of window...
I stayed at this hotel for one night in April, 2008. I paid $310Macau (approx $40USD) total for a room with TV, A/C. Room was fairly clean, furnishings extremely old and tired looking, bathroom was old and in very poor shape.
When I first arrived at this hotel it felt very stuffy in the room. I could not open the window and when I enquired about opening it at the front desk they refused to unlock it. I asked to speak to the manager and told him I needed the window open as I needed the fresh air. He told me all the windows in the hotel were locked so that people could not jump out of them. When I told him I would not stay if the window could not be opened, he promptly unlocked it.
I promised not to jump out.
Hotel has a lift and restaurant on premises. Located at the edge of the old town area.
This hotel is highly touted in various travel pages, including Frommers as a three star hotel. I find this very hard to understand. Further, the description of it on Asiarooms.com is so over the top as to be completely, rediculously, false. I paid significantly less than the $62USD advertised at Asiarooms.com but still did not find it worthy of their rating. This hotel is FAR from being a three star. It isnt even a two star by Asian standards. Granted, when you do a internet search on hotel rooms in Macau, it comes up as one of the cheapest. That hardly warrants its high rating though.
- Reviews: 66
Institute for Tourism Studies (Pousada de Mong-Ha): Macau's Cozy Stay
The IFT is located on a hill (Mong-Ha Hill) and part of the campus for tourism studies. "Pusada" means a place of rest and welcome. Staying at IFT is pleasant - away from Casinos & smoke but nearer to greenery and birds. When u wake up in the morning, you can hear chirpings of birds too!
The facilities are good - LCD TV, water shower with massaging facilities, clean and spacious room. IFT has service pledges - making sure u are served within certain service standards.
The students help to manage IFT - staying there really make me recall campus life too!
- Morning walk up to peak of Mong-Ha Hill for fresh air.
- 5 min walk up slope to guesthouse helps digest the heavy stomach with food
- Reviews: 243
Victoria Hotel: Inexpensive, Clean, Close to border
It has to be the cheapest in town.
It is no frills. But the beds are clean and the bathroom good. A little small for some.
It's got kettle and teabags, so bring your own 3-in-1 coffee sachets.
Unfortunately there is no strictly non-smoking floors.
And don't expect a view - you most likely get a roof-top view.
You live among the locals.
There are fruit stalls just opposite the road, and nice take-away BBQ duck, chicken, pork, with rice and soup for a mere MOP15.
You get to try so many things local.
You get authentic local yum cha downstairs.
You walk casually for 10 min through a street full of happenings: food, shopping, banks, etc etc and you get to the border. On your left are the free shuttle bus terminal, take your pick, and go into town, make one round through the casino and off you go to do your sight-seeing in town on foot, and on your right (access via the elevator on the square towards the border, good signs so no worries) the bus terminal that has bus AP1 that takes you to the airport.
This place is better than downtown because you can access downtown easily without having to pay for mediocre food at exorbitant prices.
- Reviews: 94
Hotel Sintra: Good Location, Good Hotel
A reasonable mid-range hotel which is close enough to walk to the main historical sites of Macau (about 10-15 mins stroll from Largo do Senado and about 20-25 mins to the ruins of St Pauls). We booked deluxe rooms and were very pleased with them - clean, comfortable, good shower, well equipt with everything you would probably require.
Rooms facing the Grand Emperor Hotel had a view of a massive TV screen which seemed to be on 24 hours a day (reminded me of Blade Runner), but the hotel has good blackout curtains and the view wasn't a problem as we were only sleeping there.
Breakfast was a buffet if you book in advance but you could pay separately and have A la Carte.
This hotel has no pool, nor does it have a bar (just restaurants), so it wouldn't be great for someone who likes to stay on site or perhaps for people with children, but for those who want a decent room for a few nights, it is a good choice.
The price was about HK$ 1074 per night but this was over the weekend - prices are much lower mid-week.
- Reviews: 106
Hotel Sintra: Comfortable and easily accessible
I had a one night stay in this hotel and found it not only clean and comfortable, it's easily accesssible to the major tourist attractions and dinning places. And, their staffs are very customer friendly.
Although not very near, it is still within walking distance to Da San Ba. The reason I mentioned it's easily accessible to many places is bcos there is a bus stop near the hotel where they are many buses. In addition, there are many eateries just across the road from the hotel and restaurants just few streets away. The popular St Margaret cafe that sells portuguese egg tarts is also a few streets away across the road.
Nearest Casino is Lisboa Casino.
I paid $660 for a room in the mth of Apr.
- Reviews: 69
Casa Real: Hotel near to harbour
I chose this hotel because of its proximity to the harbour and Sands. Walking distant to the harbour and Sands is about 10-15mins. We took a ferry to Hong Kong. The room is medium sized and comfortable. Price is reasonable too. We took a cab from the airport to the hotel. There is a casino in the hotel. Remember to print the Chinese name. The driver did not understand hotel's English name.
- Reviews: 253
Grand Waldo: Casino Galore
We booked this hotel through hrs.de for 76 Euros including breakfast. We chose this hotel as it appeared to look like a good hotel and close to the airport (we only arrived late at night and had to catch a plane the next morning). The hotel is out of Macao city centre basically on a deserted piece of land where a lot of casino construction is going on. So, not a place to have a nice evening stroll. However, the taxi's in Macao are cheap and Macao is small, so even though a hotel in the centre is preferred, the Grand Waldo is doable. The lobby is really nice, the rooms are good, nothing extravaganza or special, but just good decent clean rooms. The breakfast is a real let down, compared to the "status" of the hotel. The do have sufficient food, but you'd expect a lot more from such a hotel. Grand Waldo's casino is nothing exciting. Am sure there are better ones and you can't compare it to Vegas. All in all, for the Asian region, 76 Euros is not cheap, but for the Waldo, 76 Euros a night was a fair deal.
- Reviews: 34
The Venetian Macao: Macao's Luxury Suites
Stayed at 170sqm Rialto Suite with separate living, dining and bedroom, huge bathroom, sophisticated coffeemaker machine, European style furniture and 2 sets of 42" LCD TV.
The resort has wonderful spa at its 5 level, the basic massage costs about MOP980 onwards.
The grand canal shops at level 2 has the most satisfying shopping experience during our stays in Macao.
- Reviews: 92
Macau Masters Hotel: Macau Masters Hotel
Room Type: Deluxe Triple Room
Location: Macau City, very near to the A-Ma Temple (oldest one) and around 10mins walking distance to the Senado Square
Facilities: Not much, a minimalistic hotel. The so-called business center is simply a table and chair where you can use the internet by the minutes. There don't seems to be any restaurant in the hotel.
Additional Info: There's a bus-stop (with a good number of services) right at the door step of the hotel.
This is an oldish hotel, with furnishing reminding of the 1980s.
Our triple room was very spacious. It accommodates 3 single beds with well spaced aisle between each beds and a seating area with sofa and coffee table. Bathroom comes with a bath tub. I love the pillow which is not flat like what most hotel provides. However the bed is described as rock-hard by one of my friends.
Despite requesting for a non-smoking room, our room smelt of very strong cigarette smell as the previous occupant smoked in the room. As the hotel was fully booked, we are unable to change room, therefore we had to open the windows to air the room and spray plenty of air freshener on the walls, carpets, etc, provided by the house-keeping According to the house-keeping, to finally get rid of the smell. The house-keeper apologized profusely for the lingering cigarette smell and explained that they have already been airing the room since the previous guest check- out the day before. Generally the hotel staffs are polite and helpful with tourist inquiries and assistance.
For USD80 (without breakfast) that we paid for a triple room, we felt it was value for money except the cigarette smell was really bad.
- Reviews: 833
Case Real: Casa Real
Case Real seems a popular hotel amongst the Travel Agents, as most travel agents in Singapore had this hotel in their offers.
Staff was very friendly and helpful. If you need directions, just ask them. They are very friendly. The rooms are allright, not outstanding, though. Our view was into the courtyard....
Breakfast buffet was also allright and offered the usual stuff.
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