Macau prides in hosting the best hotels in the world. Below is a list of four of the grandest hotels in Macau.
Grand Hyatt Macau
If you are confused about where to stay in Macau, look no further than Grand Hyatt Macau. Grand Hyatt Macau is the most strategically located among all luxury hotels In Macau. Lying in the heart of the Cotai strip, Grand Hyatt Macau gives you the much-needed proximity to the city center. This magnificent hotel has over 750 spacious rooms and all manner of public spaces and lounges.
The most notable thing that instantly gets your attention about Grand Hyatt hotel is its exquisite design with high soaring ceilings, a shimmering gold and silver lobby, and a view of the city from almost all the rooms.
All rooms are luxuriously furnished with large windows and a minimum but exemplary décor. They are fitted with 42-inch flat screens, Espresso machines, 24-hour free Wi-Fi, safes, electric kettles, and minibars. The bathrooms are spacious with basin sinks, a separate bath, rain shower, and other bathroom amenities. For more fun, you can have a walk in the outdoor garden, enjoy spa services, relax in the steam room, and visit the gym, to mention but a few. Grand Hyatt Macau offers private poolside huts for anyone interested.
The hotel provides 24-hour room service, laundry, babysitting, among other five-star services. Upon request, you can be provided with business services. For booking, click here.
City of Dreams – Morpheus
The City of Dreams- Morpheus has a surreal architectural appearance making it stand out among luxury Hotels in Macau, Asia, and the whole world. It is the first free-form exoskeleton high-rise architectural sculpture ever built. On the 40th floor, there is a sky pool with the reflection of the exoskeleton. Morpheus has 772 guest rooms, suites, and villas.
At COD Morpheus, you enjoy using high-speed observation lifts, have panoramic views of Macau while dining at Sky Bridges restaurant, and feel fresh and new with every minute spent in the skylights. This is what it means to have a luxurious stay in Macau, or how else do you check out Macau’s Hotels to satisfy the hedonistic Bon Vivant. Guilty? We’re not.
Morpheus houses a fun, modern, and ever-changing collection of artwork from all corners of the world. All rooms in Morpheus have free internet access, an in-house guest with free parking, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a coffee machine, a fridge, bath and desk, and wardrobes.
Morpheus facilities include an ultramodern gym, spa, sauna, hot tub/Jacuzzi, outdoor pool, among others. Some of the essential services the hotel offers include laundry, housekeeping, dry cleaning, and a shoeshine. Breakfast is provided each morning, and there is an onsite restaurant for all international and Asian dishes. For more information, visit the website.
Legend Palace Hotel
Legend Palace Hotel is about 15 minutes by road from the airport and a walk from the main ferry terminal. It is among the best Hotels in Macau with over 200 beautiful rooms. Families often opt for the two-bedroom executive suite with a private garden. The most top-of-the-line, however, is the chairman or royal suite. The rooms here are spacious and equipped to entertain you.
Everything in Legend Palace Hotel is legendary, just as the name goes. Each space has unique room aesthetics. The whole building has free Wi-Fi. Each room in the hotel is exceptionally comfortable, air-conditioned, with a flat-screen TV, coffee machine, electric kettle, and a minibar. Legend Palace Hotel facilities include a fitness center, outdoor swimming pool, business center, conference room, and a health club. There is also a patio with a table and umbrella where you can relax and have a chat as you enjoy some fresh air.
The bathroom has a lovely tub, an adjustable showerhead, double sink basins, a television built into the mirror, among other luxuries. There is a 24 hour supply of Chinese and western cuisine from Infinite, Lounge on Eight, and other grand eateries. A night in Legend Palace Hotel’s superior room costs about $166.606 per person per night.
Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip.
The design of Four Seasons Hotel Macao is derived from a blend of Portuguese and Chinese style. The hotel is adorned with stunning antique furniture, hand-painted silks, and chandeliers. You are ushered into the lobby by a discreet cobbled courtyard with two grand staircases. All bars and restaurants are on the ground floor.
Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip, has several dining options, including Zi Yat Heen Restaurant, Belcanção, and Splash Café, which offer international cuisines. Some of the amenities that Four Seasons offers include a poolside cabana with flat-screen televisions, a whirlpool, sauna, and a welcome facility for children.
All rooms are air-conditioned with a spacious sitting area, minibar refrigerator, and flat-screen TV. The bathrooms have a marble finishing and are equipped with a tub and rain shower. Some of Four Seasons Hotel Macao’s signature treats include the cold stone facial massages and the honey body scrubs. Four Seasons Hotel Macao is a 5-minute drive from Macau international airport. A standard room costs $206.43 per person per night.