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- Reviews: 602
An old Mandarin Oriental hotel: A little dissapointing exprience
Hotel is some 20 years old and some places it shows. Room was just fine, but there were some serious problems in restaurant.
A large resort are with a pool, a sauna, a gym etc., but you need to buy a packet with all of those features included.
- Reviews: 16
Mandarin Oriental Macau: An atypically typical hotel
A 5-star luxury hotel in the city centre - convenient
Service - good but could be better
City view is not strikingly good but for better views, you have to pay quite a bit higher. May not be worthwhile especially when you don't probably spend much time in your room.
- Reviews: 84
Hyatt Regency Macau: Hotel in Macau
honestly i didnt stay in this hotel since i live in macau and been here for more than 3 yrs now but hyatt hotel is just my neighbor and have seen it from afar..my friends always go here for swimming but of course you have to pay for the membership which is annually..anyway, i dont think i need to further introduce this hotel since hyatt hotel is known for it quality service and good accomodation.
- Reviews: 1409
Macau Hotels ...general: Macau Hotels ....general
Macau hotels are generally very quiet during the week, but Saturday night they are always packed out. The rates for Saturday night escalate dramatically. The chances of finding a last-minute Saturday night room are poor...even at full rack-rate. Book ahead if you are staying over on a Saturday!
- Reviews: 1409
Westin Resort Macau: Macau's only resort
Lying above the beach and the dripping foliage of Cloane's east cost, the Westin Resort Macau is Macau's only resort hotel, and the Macau Golf and Country Club is alongside the hotel. At upwards of HK$1000 per room per night, this is definitely at the top end of the scale in Macau. But for your money you get a classy, refined and relaxed atmosphere that I thought was vlue for money. The hotel is particularly firm on check-in (3pm) and check-out times (11am) because at the weekends because of the very high occupancy rates, and it will not discount room rates very much.
Te downside is that you are a long way from Macau town, with a taxi costing MOP55 each way, but an alternative is to get the free half-hourly hotel shuttle bus to the ferry terminal and catch a taxi or a bus or just walk into town from there.
Set in 60 hectares of gardens, it has all the leisure facilities you could possibly need. It also canily markets Kids Club weekends, and is well set up for younger travellers.
The golf course is behind the hotel.
- Reviews: 201
The Ritz, Macau: 5 star Hotel with a nice view
Situated nearly on top of the Penha Hill - it overlooks the Praia Grande Bay and the Macau Taipa Bridge.
Hotel Ritz accomplishes the best location in Macau which is next door to those popular spots like Penha Church, A-Ma Temple as well as the city centre.
- Reviews: 80
Hyatt Regency - Taipa: The first hotel we stayed when we were in Macau
This hotel was extremely comfortable and it was definitely a place for relaxation. The surrounding was peaceful and the pool and pool deck certainly were the place for peace and comfort. There is no casino at this hotel which could be the contributing factor to its peaceful setting.
There is no casino. There is an excellent spa and exercise gym for guests use. The pool is good. The restaurant is excellent serving authentic Portugese cuisine.
- Reviews: 80
New Century Hotel - Taipa: The second hotel we stayed while we were in Macau
We enjoyed our stay here at the New Century Hotel. The ambience of the hotel was quite western but somehow it was still very Chinese. The rooms were spacious and cost a lot less during week days. We had two rooms while we stayed there. Both rooms were quite large and connected by an interior door.
Although there was a casino at the hotel, we could not comment on it because we were not gamblers.
This hotel has a 5-star status. There are a total of 554 rooms at the hotel.
The hotel has a free shuttle service between the hotel and the HK-Macau Ferry Terminal. Even if you do not stay there, you can still use it to travel to Taipa, saving yourself some taxi money.
- Reviews: 189
Hyatt Regency Macau (Taipa Island)
Hyatt is located on the island of Taipa, and its a 5 star luxury resort hotel with an adjoining casino.
The lobby is not that grand, but the rooms are spacious, and got great amenites. The staff are very accommodating and courteous.
The resort got couple of restaurants, and all are very nice with great ambiance and even regarded as one of Macau's best restaurant. Flamingo is great.
What I really like about the resort is the adjoining Taipa Island Resort, it got a Mediterranean appeal and available for hotel guests.
This recreational facilities got fitness center, spa's for men and women, tennis courts and a beautiful swimming pool (its really lovely esp at night).
There is a regular shuttle from airport, ferry terminal and Lisboa to the hotel.
I really enjoy our stay there, and if I go back to Macau, Ill definitely stay there again.
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We were happy with our stay, and thus complete the feedback form of the hotel, surprisingly, in less than a week, the hotel manager send a fax, reply on our feedback.. It shows that they really take time to read all guests comments, simply great customer service.
- Reviews: 104
The Ritz Hotel: You can have the best view from Ritz
The Ritz situated at the breath-taking Penha Hill overlooking the Macau-Taipa Bridge
GREAT VIEW FROM THE TOP!
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