These hotels in Macau deliver on service, design and amenities. It’s time to settle in and dial up room service, y’all
For those who are planning a weekend getaway from Hong Kong, Macau is undoubtedly one of our top choices. Aside from its fabulous Portuguese food and casinos, there are also loads to check out in The 853 including art galleries, vegetarian restaurants and cafes. If you’re wondering where to stay in Macau (and looking for more than just the gaudy hotels), we’ve found some of our favourites to recommend to you.
Where to stay in Macau
Grand Coloane Resort
With lush green acres surrounded by the beautiful South China Sea, Grand Coloane Beach Resort is the only resort situated on Macau’s secluded Hac Sa Beach. Their newly renovated guest rooms and suites embrace the ‘East Meets West’ design, each featuring a private balcony with stunning views. The resort also provides a selection of international cuisine, as well as health clubs with state-of-the-art equipment and meeting rooms, while the gorgeous Garden Marquee is perfect for weddings and product launches.
Grand Coloane Resort, Estrada de Hac Sa 1918, Coloane, Ilhas, Macau, p. +853 2887 1111, 澳門黑沙馬路1918號
Wondering where to stay in Macau? One of the newest properties on the scene, and designed by Zaha Hadid Architects no less, the futuristic Morpheus Hotel will transcend your hotel experience. With its cutting edge design and premium furnishing, Morpheus promises an ultra-luxe stay. You can take in the stunning views of Macau when dining at Chinese restaurant, Yi, situated on the 21/F Sky Bridge, as well as checking out its serene spa to the rooftop sky pool and high-tech fitness club. Not to mention its indoor high-speed panoramic lifts are just amazing!
Morpheus Hotel, City of Dreams, Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macau, p. +853 8868 6688, 澳門路氹連貫公路
Macau Roosevelt Hotel
A contemporary five star hotel in the heart of Taipa, Macau, Macau Roosevelt Hotel is one of our favourite spots to relax and unwind. Macau Roosevelt Hotel offers two types of rooms featuring the Macau Jockey Club/sea view and a private rooftop deck. With a variety of leisure facilities such as its fitness centre, outdoor restaurant and the infinity swimming pool, Macau Roosevelt Hotel guarantees a comfortable and sophisticated stay for everyone.
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Macau Roosevelt Hotel, Avenida dos Jogos da asia Oriental, Taipa, Macau, p. +853 2882 0100, 澳門東亞運大馬路
Blending elegance with contemporary twists, Four Seasons properties never disappoint, and the Macau location is no exception. Whether you’re looking to treat yourself to a relaxing spa treatment or to sample an indulge afternoon tea in the lounge, Four Seasons will manage to curate the best hotel experience for you. The hotel has a selection of suites with some offering panoramic city views from floor-to-ceiling windows. Connected to the hotel, the Plaza Casino is where you can find world-class entertainment and have a great gaming experience. And if you’re looking for more reasons why we love it, the Michelin-star dining and superb outdoor pools help make it a fave.
Four Seasons, Estrada da Baia de Nossa Senhora da Esperanca, Macau, p. +853 2881 8888, 澳門氹仔望德聖母灣大馬路
If wondering where to stay in Macau that gives great value for money, then this is your spot. Located just two minutes away from the Macau Ferry Terminal, Grand Lapa Hotel is close to the centre of the city and entertainment institutions such as Sand Casino and Fisherman’s Wharf. The hotel features a wide range of facilities to pamper you needs, including a gorgeous spa with dry sauna and steam rooms, a fitness centre, swimming pools, acclaimed dining restaurants (serving Cantonese cuisine, Thai cuisine, French patisseries and cocktails), a fully-equipped children’s centre, outdoor tennis courts and more. You’ll definitely be amazed by the resort atmosphere that Grand Lapa delivers.
Grand Lapa, 956-1110 Avenida Da Amizade, Macau, p. +853 2856 7888, 澳門友誼大馬路956-1110號
Know where to stay in Macau and looking to check out other parts of Hong Kong? Explore these beautiful islands from Hong Kong, read our guide to Cheung Chau or conquer these famous hiking trails in town.