Cheap Hotels in Macau
The hotel is at the heart of Saand Cotai Central – the integrated resort located in Macao's leisure, shopping, entertainment and event district. It provides guests with easy access to 600 of Asia's top retail outlets, restaurants and bars, as well as concert venues, exhibition and conference facilities. With a large amount of spacious and comfortable guestrooms and suites, the hotel offers business and leisure travellers dependability, friendly service and modern attractive facilities at an excellent value. The property features live entertainment, pools, fitness centre and a health club with fully equipped high-tech gymnasium, hot tub and sauna. Guests can also indulge in the hotel's Spa, offering renewal for body and soul with a range of skin, hair and massage treatments.
Near Venetian Macao Casino
This spectacular hotel is situated on the main street in Macau, close to New Ferry Terminal and Macau International Airport. Upon arrival guests will discover three canals, complete with Italian gondolas, singing gondoliers and dragon boats. This luxurious hotel offers 3,000 suites, all beautifully furnished and fully equipped with modern amenities. The standard suites in the hotel offer a spacious 70 square meters of living space. Guests will be spoilt for choice at this resort, with 350 retail shops at the Grand Canal Shoppes, excellent dining options and breath-taking surroundings. Whether travelling for business or leisure, this resort will cater for the guest's every need.
Near Venetian Macao Casino
Conrad Macao Cotai Strip offers personalized experiences in a world of smart luxury, contemporary style and connection. Located at Sands Cotai Central, in the heart of Macao’s entertainment, shopping and area, the hotel will be the new destination where guests have the luxury of being themselves. Just a five-minute drive from Macao International Airport, Conrad Macao, offers easy access to all parts of Macao with the added convenience of regular complimentary shuttle buses. Conrad Macao is also connected conveniently to ferry terminals and is a few minutes’ drive from all border crossing points. Macao’s cultural and heritage areas, fine restaurants and branded high-end boutiques are all in close proximity as wellConrad Macao offers spacious, stylishly appointed rooms and suites in a 39 floor tower overlooking the Cotai Strip. Underlined with modern smart luxury, all rooms feature high speed internet wireless access and sophisticated amenities. The dedicated Conrad Club Floors provide additional benefits for guests. There are also options of non-smoking floors and wheelchair accessible rooms.Sands Cotai Central offers over 10,000 square meters of meeting areas and ballrooms. Conrad Macao boasts a plethora of function spaces, comprising 48 separate conference, meeting and boardrooms with soundproofed partitions. All of them have state-of-the art equipment, including the latest audio-visual and technical facilities, satellite and video conferencing. A professional AV and Technical team as well as s simultaneous translation services are available for all exacting meeting needs. The Kashgar Grand Ballroom can be divided into 16 rooms and can hold up to 4000 people for events and functions.The hotel health club has a fully equipped high-tech gymnasium, whirlpool, as well as sauna and steam rooms. There is a Bodhi Spa for massage and other treatments, and a swimming pool. Macao is famed for its cuisine and Conrad Macao adds to these options with delightful selection of
Near Rua do Cunha
Studio City Hotel
Near Karting Track
Hotels in Macau
Once a colony of the Portuguese Empire, Macau is now a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China and one of the wealthiest cities in the world. It is home to many impressive colonial landmarks, numerous world-class casinos, and an incredibly diverse restaurant scene.
One of the most memorable sights in the city is undoubtedly the Senado Square, which is one of the city's largest public spaces and is part of the Historic Centre of Macau UNESCO World Heritage Site. The square, which is close to dozens of elegant Macau hotels, features the enchanting Holy House of Mercy, which dates back to the 16th century and was once an orphanage.
The Ruins of St Paul
This extraordinary landmark, which was completed in 1640, is a defining landmark of the city and comprises a striking facade that is the remnants of the former church. Often nicknamed Macao's very own 'Acropolis', the Ruins of St Paul contained the oldest Western university to be founded in East Asia, and are known for their unique Baroque features.
If you're looking for the best view of the city, head to the top of the Macau Tower, which is 338m high and provides outstanding panoramic views of the entire city. The tower was completed in 2001 and contains world-class shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, although the site is also popular with ambitious bungee jumpers.
Other attractions in the city
See the beautifully preserved Igreja da Sé cathedral, which was originally built in the 17th century but was redesigned in the 20th century. Another remarkable church is St. Joseph's Seminary and Church, which dates back to the early 18th century and, like Igreja da Sé, is part of the city's World Heritage Site. If you have time, you should also explore the splendid A-Ma Temple, which is more than 500 years and is a classic example of Taoist architecture.
If you're a big fan of classic Italian cuisine, head to the Portofino restaurant, or dine at the Vida Rica at Mandarin Oriental for other superb international dishes. The Belcancao restaurant, meanwhile, serves mouthwatering Portuguese, Chinese and international food, while the Golden Peacock is the place to be if you're looking for some vibrant Indian flavours.
One of the most exclusive hotels in the city is the Banyan Tree Macau, which offers outstanding hospitality and luxury five-star accommodation. Other reputed hotels include the Mandarin Oriental Macau and the Galaxy Hotel, while the stylish Grand Coloane Resort Macau and the Sheraton Macao Hotel Cotai Central provide excellent value for money. However, don't forget that there are many other fantastic accommodation establishments in Macau that can cater to all tastes and budgets.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Macau
What are the most booked hotels in Macau?Banyan Tree Macau, The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel and Conrad Macao are some of the popular hotels in Macau.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Macau?The cheapest price for a double room in Macau is £83, offered by JW Marriott Hotel Macau.
If I want to stay in the center of Macau, which hotels shall I consider?The best hotels near the center of Macau are The Ritz-Carlton, Macau, JW Marriott Hotel Macau and The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel.
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