If you are looking for insider information as to the best places to stay in Macau, look no further! This article outlines the most excellent places available and all provide continuous casino action, restaurants featuring Michelin stars, extraordinary indoor and outdoor pools, and almost instant access to designer shopping if that’s what you are looking for.
Wynn Palace, Cotai
Wynn Palace cost an eye-watering US$4 billion to build, and it will be obvious why before you even enter the premises. Located on the east of the Cotai Strip, it has seriously augmented the 5-star scene in Macau.
You will be able to enjoy an enormous man-made lake, replete with fountains spurting and trilling from 12:00 pm until 12:00 am, and this vista will welcome you into the warm and inviting space this hotel casino provides.
Wynn Palace is filled with various pieces of art and sculpture, which helps to raise the tone far beyond that of the usual casino hotel scene, and the seafood and steak options available at the SW restaurant are incredible. Yuki Onishi, the Michelin-starred Tokyo chef, drew up Hanami’s ramen menu.
The Four Seasons Hotel Macao
This hotel offers you the feeling of having reached an oasis, largely thanks to the 5 outdoor pools it offers you the chance to enjoy two regular-sized pools, one lagoon, and two which have been set aside for children, with these bodies of water edged by cabanas.
You will also be able to make use of a spa to meet your pampering needs, a fitness centre to keep your heart healthy, and three floors of shops filled with designer clothing options to make sure you look as good as you feel. There is also a casino on the one side of the Four Seasons Hotel Macao, which will allow you to put your real money online slots experience to use!
The staff is precisely what you would expect from a Four Seasons hotel, and will heighten the enjoyment of your stay with professional, engaging, discreet and hospitable attitudes and services.
The beautiful cobbled courtyard leads you up into the lobby and the sweeping double staircase will take your breath away! You will be surrounded by antique furniture, chandeliers and a variety of hand-painted silk as you unwind and relax in these luxurious surroundings.
The Altira Macau
This hotel bears a Chinese name, Xin Hao Feng, which translates to cutting edge – a fair description of the services provided by this place to stay.
There is an indoor infinity pool that bears a definite resemblance to some kind of spacecraft afloat in the beautiful surroundings, and the water slaps up against the window, providing music whenever you submerge, adding an extra element to the phenomenal views you will be experiencing.
While the casino which Xin Hao Feng makes available to those who are staying at the hotel is definitely aimed at high rollers, the staff which ensure it runs as smoothly as possible work to ensure that everyone feels respected and welcomed at all points of play.
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