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- Reviews: 391
Auguster's Home (Sweet House Macau): Guesthouse with the Most Hospitable Owners
Certainly lives up to its motto "Your friendly hostel in Macao". It is owned by the very friendly Richard and his Filipino wife Precy.
Ate Precy offered to pick us from the Kamloi bus stop after learning I lost my map of their place. In the end she good-naturedly went straight to the ferry terminal and looked for us there. Very kind lady.
Knows the place very well having lived there for so many years...they offer valuable advices on "where to go" "what to do". They will even give you their mobile phone numbers in case you find yourself lost or in some kind of difficulty. Their service is one of a kind....lots of personal touch.
Highly recommended for backpackers and young people. The rooms are a bit small but very clean. They have amenities for cooking and the owners let you use their PC to check you mails.
The place is located at the third floor of the building though so it is "not" recommended for people who has knee problems and those with heavy luggages.
The guesthouse is located at the heart of the city...within walking distance to most attractions like Leal Senado, Senado Square, Ruins of St. Paul, Casino Lisboa, Nam Van Lake, etc.
One of the cheapest accomodation you could find at HK$80 for a dormitory bunk, HK$150 for a private room for 2 and HK$ for a private room for 3.
- Reviews: 639
Augusters Lodge: Backpackers Haven
Augusters Lodge or formerly known as friendly guesthouse is managed by husband and wife -Richard and Precy (Ate Precy)
Richard, is very helpful to all their guests and very well versed about Macau. Map, tourist spots, buses, fare etc. Just ask them and they are very much willing to help you.
Augusters has 3 rooms which can accomodate upto 10 persons all in all.
Aircondition is available in all rooms and of course heater during winer months.
Room 1 : 4 persons - 2 double decker beds
Room 2 : 2 persons - 1 double decker bed (the space is too small)
Room 3 : 4 persons - 2 double decker beds
Common bathroom - towelletes are provided upon request but i would suggest to bring your own coz it will be more hygienic.
kitchen with complete utensils (you can cook your own food)
TV, Internet, Fax and Telephone Facilities are available. (for common used)
Location:The location perce' is great coz its only walking distance from the tourist spots like Senado Square, Ruins of St. Paul and St. Dominic Church.
You can email them for reservations.
The guesthouse is located on the third floor. No elevator! so dont expect an easy walk going up.
- 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: 391
Hotel Metropole: Small Cozy Hotel
I checked so many sites looking for a decent affordable hotel for Macau and somehow managed to trim my list into two....Hotel Metropole and Hotel Kou Va.
Hotel Metropole became my final choice as it is listed in most travel websites...where I do most of my room reservations. I did reserve a room using www.HotelTravel.com as they offer the lowest rate at USD76 for twin bed + extra bed (no breakfast).
As a whole, our stay in the hotel is comfortable. The location is very ideal...centrally located and within walking distance to most attractions like Leal Senado, Senado Square, Ruins of St. Paul, Cathedral, Nam Van Lake, Macau Tower (possible but a bit far) and Casino Lisboa.
- Reviews: 1973
Hotel Grandeur: HK440 for a superior room
Hotel Grandeur is conveniently situated in the heart of Macau.
It is just 5 mins by taxi rom Macau ferry terminal and 15 mins from Macau International Airport.
It is one of the hotel that does not has a casino or a night club thus giving you the peace and sense of security when you stay here.
The rooms are spacious, clean and the bed is very comfortable. It has an indoor heated swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam/sauna and gymnasium equipments. If you need a massage, they have a team of experienced therapists from China providing only traditional Chinese massage and remedial treatments at an affordable price.
Food can be found 24 hrs within a few steps from the hotel. The hotel also have their Portugues, Chinese and KTV. It also has a roof-top revolving function room at the highest level.
Booked the room through asiatravel at HKD440 per night per room for a superior room.
Like most hotels, they have catered a free shuttle bus which runs every half an hour between Hotel and the Macau Ferry Terminal.
no casino or nightclub within the hotel premises
- Reviews: 188
royal hotel macau: a royal accommodation
a local five star with a 3 star rate....that's royal hotel macau. located right in front of vasco de gama park, royal hotel may not be situated right smack at the center of everything but it's not too far away. it's about 20 minute walk from central square.
service is efficient with friendly mostly Filipino staff. never tried any of their facilities though. the only one i was interested in - the sauna - was for gentlemen only. wonder what's up with that.
the room i got was nice - with a spectacular view of the city.
- 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: 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: 653
Augusters Lodge (formerly Sweet House): Sweet home - more appropriate
This is a budget lodge for backpackers. A simple flat house on the 3rd floor, converted into a 3 rooms for let. Clean and Cheap. The 3 rooms are with bunker beds and with AC. There is a bathroom and a toilet for common use. Towels and toiletries are provided. There is a kitchen for light cooking if you wish.
I like it here because it is in the centre of the city and it is cheap, clean and safe.
- close to main road Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro
- 5minutes walk to Senado Square, Casino Lisboa
- close to money changers outlets
- free internet access (one hour coupon)
- laundry at a charge
- most of all, a friendly owner, Richard who speaks good Cantonese and English, is helpful and will be able to give you good tips on how to move about in Macau, Taipa and Coloane and even across the border of China
- you can arrange to leave your luggage here if you wish to move along to China without carrying the bulk of it.
- Reviews: 30
Kingsway Hotel: Cheap accommodation
Took a junior suite and 7 people squeezed in for 2 nights. Space of room was decent. But toilet sink leaked pretty bad. 2 TVs in the junior suite so there's no need to fight. Hotel opposite Sands Casino and near Fisherman's Wharf too.
- 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: 21
Grandview Hotel - Taipa: I Like It!
The service sucks BUT the rooms make up for it.
I believe the hotel's newly renovated, comfortable bed and pillows... it has an inhouse casino for less serious gambling as compared to the main casinos in the city area but nevertheless, it's a casino. Less crowded - the way I prefer it.
Breakfast that was included in our stay was just a couple of tiny pieces of bread, butter & jam- no kidding.
- Reviews: 117
Augusters Lodge: clean city hostel
We stayed for a night at the Augusters Lodge. Place is very clean, cheap, quiet and the location is excellent! It is very close to main street Avenida de Almeida Ribiero and a few minutes walk to the Senado Square and the St Paul Church.
The only prob is, they don't have an elevator so those with heavy luggage should stay out...
Price list (as of May 2007):
Room with 1 bed, total price HK$ 100 per night
Room with 2 beds, total price HK$ 150 per night
Room with 3 beds, total price HK$ 200 per night
Room with 4 beds, total price HK$ 250 per night
Room with 5 beds, total price HK$ 300 per night
Dormitory per bunk bed, total price HK$ 60 per night
And yes, don't forget to bring a copy of the printable map of their location which can be found in their website.
- Reviews: 30
Casa Real Hotel: Great for triple sharing
Great if you have 3 to a room. They give you 3 single beds and not the usual 2 single plus and extra foldable bed. The room is pretty spacious even with 3 rooms. Breakfast in hotel is good!!
- Reviews: 30
Golden Dragon Hotel: Good location
Location wise it's pretty good. It's a 5 minutes walk from ferry terminal, near New Yaohan, across Fisherman's Wharf and the Sands Casino. The bus stops are all just opposite the hotel, just depending on where you're headed. However, our rooms were in a separate tower from the reception. Just hated having to walk into air-con, out into the heat and then into air-con again. Rooms were pretty decent, but for triple sharing, do head to Casa Real Hotel just 2 minutes walk away.
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