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Hotel Lisboa
Macau City,Macau City - View on map
"this is the best hotel i've ever stayed and i'll definitely return. the hotel staff were really courteous and keep a smile always on their faces. despite i saw one staff facing difficult customers, he was able to control the situation and the customers left with a smile. they were also good in providing bus and walking directions. the room was also nicely decorated. and the things they provide, from cups to bathroom amenities to even the shoe mittens, everything was nicely packed and looked so high-class. they also provide free drinks in the refrigerator as long as one leaves the empty containers at the bar counter. the steam bath was also good to play with and enjoyable. there's also a 24-hr cafe on the 2nd floor (same floor as hotel lobby) which serves delicious food around the clock and the waitress made good recommendations. hotel was also quite centralised in macau city, near the historical site (abt 15-20 mins walk) and near other casinos such as wynn, starworld, mgm etc. no regrets about this hotel and i suggest u guys give it a try too! =)"
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8.4

Excellent

16075 reviews

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$ 146
Harbourview Hotel
Macau City,Macau City - View on map
"I booked a 1 night stay at Harbourview Hotel, Macau on March 22-23, 2019 to celebrate my birthday. Indeed, we had the best stay in Macau and the most unforgettable birthday salubong. The hotel is very nice and clean. Not to mention that the location is also very strategically located around the tourists distinations so very easy to go around the city. The staff are very accommodating to us. We were given the best service from toiletress to water to coffee. Especial thanks to the following staff: John Arnaiz, Jeffrey, Jed, Walter and Ms. Hannah from housekeeping for the warm hospitality. Iba talaga ang alagang pinoy! Until our next stay, Harbourview! "
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8.5

Excellent

4616 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 104
Metropole Hotel
Macau City,Macau City - View on map
"The location of the hotel was an amazing surprise to me. I had been looking for a good inexpensive hotel in Macau and i found one on agoda. Even then I was sceptical of the price and where the hotel is located. Sometimes what is advertised is not what it really is. However, it wasnt the case here.Getting to the hotel after 9pm and discovering how central the location of the hotel is a surprise to us. Then upon checking into the room, we were pleased that the room was clean and newly decorated, on the 9th floor. It was great to have such a nice room after a day of travelling. The locality of this hotel enables us to make it a focal point of our walks around the area. we were able to explore the whole area and enjoy the tasty foods available. The hotel being in the central area, is always busy and it enables me and my partner to walk around in the wee hours of the morning, with no worries on when the last bus to the hotel is, as all is within walking distance. The staff were also very helpful with directions and other information. It was a very very memorable trip to Macau and of the stay at Metropole Hotel. Moreover, October 1st was my birthday, and being able to celebrate it for the 1st time in China in conjunction with its 60th anniversary, and being in Macau for the fireworks competition between Hunan and Austria on that same day, was a real treat for me. We are planning our trip back to Macau and to this same hotel for 2010 !! "
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7.8

Very good

2054 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 102
Hotel Royal Macau
Macau City,Macau City - View on map
"Has always been Our first choice of hotel in macau city coz we have smaller kids with us. We prefer tgis one coz it has distance from the crowd but not too far too. Local market nearby, 7-11 across the road (which is very convenient breakfast choice for my american nephew fiuh....). Walking distance to some good restaurant and a bus stop across the hotel. Has always been our fave :)"
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8.1

Excellent

22134 reviews

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$ 102
Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16 Hotel
Macau City,Macau City - View on map
"My girlfriend and I enjoyed a lovely stay at the Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16. We were over to see The House of Dancing Water (which was excellent - though beware, we saw the 5pm show and it's nigh impossible to get a taxi afterwards at the City of Dreams. We waited an hour) and decided that we wanted to stay away from the Cotai strip as we have no interest in gambling. The Sofitel’s rooms looked gorgeous and fell into a reasonable price bracket so having booked it the night before, we made our way over after the show. Upon check-in, we were surprised and delighted to have our room upgraded when the staff learned that the trip was a late birthday present for my girlfriend, and our suite on the 17th floor was nothing short of superb. All we wanted was a room with a comfortable bed and a bath big enough for the two of us to unwind in after a long day, and our upgraded digs ticked both boxes off - and then some. Fantastic views from up high, as well. Having missed our dinner reservations at Fernando's (due to the hour-long taxi wait at the City of Dreams), we decided to instead dine at the hotel's Mistral restaurant, treating ourselves to the buffet spread - which was excellent. As the hotel is located conveniently in town, near the western shore of Macau's northern part, we decided to walk into Macau's historic town the next day and see the sights such as the Ruins of St Paul's and the historic fortress on the hill (which also contains the history museum and offers a gorgeous view of the surrounds, including the Sofitel's striking building) before heading home to Hong Kong in the afternoon. All in all, we had a lovely short stay in Macau - in no small part due to our plush room and the great service we enjoyed from all of the hotel staff - and would definitely choose to stay again at the Sofitel Macau on Ponte 16."
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8.4

Excellent

5871 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 267

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Macau City is on the mainland peninsula, and it’s the most developed stretch of land in the area. This is where international tourists in Macau spend nearly all of their time, whether enjoying the entertainment scene, admiring colonial architecture or dining out.

Macau City was the first colonial outpost in China, and it remained under foreign control the longest. Famous Portuguese architecture includes the ruins of St Paul’s Church and the Jesuit Mount Fortress.

Most of Macau’s famous casinos are in this district. Among these are Casino Wynn, MGM Grand Macau, Casino Rio, Casino Lisboa, Casino Sands and a host of others. Most of the casinos operate hotels in Macau City, and they’re mostly located near the southeast waterfront coastline of the peninsula.

There are dozens of museums here. The Museum of Sacred Art at St Dominic’s Church displays hundreds of artifacts; while the Museum of the Holy House of Mercy explains the charitable work this organization accomplished in the 16th century. Other popular museums include Handover Gifts Museum of Macao, Macao Museum of Art, the Communications Museum, Lin Zexu Memorial Museum and the Gramophone Museum.

UNESCO praises Macau for its ability to blend Eastern and Western culture and architecture. Sam Kai Vui Kun Temple, by the Chinese Bazaar, is one of the best examples of this. It’s joined by Leal Senado Building (Loyal Senate). There are many other Chinese temples and mansions to balance the colonial architecture. The best of these are Na Tcha Temple, Mandarin’s House, A-Ma Temple and Kun Iam Temple. The Moorish Barracks, built to house an Indian regiment in the 19th century, introduce another unique dynamic.

Aside from hotels around the casinos, some of the most luxurious hotels in Macau City are on the outer edge of the islands. The best upmarket options are around Macau Fisherman’s Wharf and Lilau Square, a residential area with Mediterranean-style houses.


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