MGM Cotai, regarded as one of the most gorgeous addresses in this part of the world, is no ordinary hotel.
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Opulence is the name of the game at MGM Cotai. While the unmistakable MGM Lion — it weighs 38 tons, is 33ft tall and is made from 32, sheets of carat gold foil — looms large in front, the hotel facade is a combination of nine glittering boxes stacked like jewellery boxes that make a great backdrop for pictures, especially when illuminated after sundown.
Built over 35 storeys and boasting 1, rooms, the MGM Cotai comes with the usual trappings and then some more of a super-luxe hotel. Nine plush restaurants serve cuisines from all over the world while an extensive retail section sprawled across several floors houses the choicest global brands. But the biggest differentiator for MGM Cotai from the other casino resorts present on the Cotai Strip is its enviable art collection.
Home to a unique collection of over pieces of contemporary art with a theme of bridging the East and West, the hotel has one of the largest permanent art collections in Macao. MGM Cotai may be a casino resort, but the casino only occupies 10 per cent of the hotel premises, with the view to making the hotel a holistic family destination. The hustle and bustle from the plus high-end gaming tables is confined to the casino resulting in a serene hotel atmosphere complemented by low lighting, endless vases of vivid red roses and floaty music.
There are also some tantalising dining options such as Japanese restaurant Tenmasa, which specialises in tempura and has a traditional charm thanks to its grey stone walls, romantic candle-lit walkways and tatami-style seating.
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The tranquil theme continues at the 6,sq m spa that includes a stunning infinity swimming pool and healthy juice bar. There are rooms including eight villas each with floor-to-ceiling windows. In-room features include a walk-in wardrobe, inch plasma TV, iPod dock, portable keyboard, complimentary Internet and minibar soft drinks only , posh teas, a long work desk separating the bedroom and lounge area, which includes a corner sofa, a circular Japanese-style bath and separate rain shower.
A useful option for lovers of contemporary style, good food and high-end gaming. Taipa Island has an increasing number of hotel choices. One older stalwart is the Regency Hotel , the former Hyatt Regency. The Regency is an oasis of calm for family or business stays surrounded by thrusting condominiums. The rooms are well appointed and attractive, several looking onto the bay. Flexing new muscle along the Cotai strip is Studio City Macau studiocity-macau. The hotel features two modern blocks - the Celebrity Tower and Star Tower with rooms in each.
Look out for Batman. Everything's possible here. From the party isle of Ibiza, Pacha Macau www. Guestrooms are fresh and chic, decorated in soft gold and dark rouge with a comfortable array of amenities, but no extra bells and whistles.
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The bedside clock that simply tells the time is actually quite refreshing. Several family guestrooms come with cool bunk beds and play areas for the kids. The Parisian Ballroom can host 2, guests for dinner with flexible spaces for all kinds of Macau conferences and corporate meetings from small to glitzy. Apres work or play, head to Le Spa'tique for a wellness workout.
There are also three restaurants, including signature Cantonese establishment Lotus Palace, plus a glittering casino and conferencing spaces. Parents will marvel at all the kid-friendly touches. Macau shopping has never been more fun - or distracting. Visitors can also take the express elevators to the top of the Eiffel Tower for views of Cotai, and selfies against the steel girders.
Next door to The Parisian is the shimmering and hard-to-miss Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel , which opened in late August and is set on The Venetian is a mega development and serves up one of the largest casinos in the world. Any Venetian Macao review involves acres of walking. We came heeled in sturdy rubber.
The Venetian has its sights firmly set on staying among the best Macau casino hotels around and is pulling no punches in the Cotai brawl. Expanding the empire was the Malo Clinic Spa , which got into its stride in The 85,sq ft integrated wellness centre comprises 58 spa suites, six operating theatres, 50 doctors, and an army of therapists. Now it is branching out into newer Chinese medicine of scientific bent. The ,sq ft gaming floor boasts about 6, slot machines and over tables making this one of the largest Macau casino hotels around.
The place is ranked among the best Macau conference hotels while doubling as a child-friendly escape. Pick from small meetings or large conventions. There's no end to versatile MICE venues. Bring your team across for inspiration or plan a wedding at the Venetian Macao. And don't forget to bring sturdy walking shoes.
The more the merrier in these oversized suites, so invite your mates. As a gaming and entertainment capital, The Venetian rates high though at busy holiday times the complex is totally overrun by Mainland Chinese visitors armed with wheelie suitcases and selfie sticks. At such times the lobby is closer to a railway station than the pinnacle of Italian refinement.
The Conrad Macao , the largest in the Conrad family, opened in March of and brings a classy elegance to the otherwise over-the-top neighbourhood. The rooms feel warm, with contrasting woods, cream furniture, amber and green granite and upholstered closets reminiscent of vintage travel luggage. In the sq m standard rooms, expect an iPod dock, complimentary Fiji water, large desk, Nespresso machine, spacious bathrooms, and, of course, a golden — not yellow — Conrad duck atop the tub. How fitting. Those in need of a rubdown will appreciate the Bodhi Spa and Health Club.
The Conrad is a chic, five-star Macau hotel option to note. Attached at the hip is the Holiday Inn Macao opened August Expect floor-to-ceiling windows, rain showers, free WiFi, ironing facilities, laptop-size safes, hairdryers, and a generous workstation with an ergonomic chair. As with the Conrad, the exterior of the Holiday Inn is not its strongest suit. Both got a ticket to this complex to replace a major chain that pulled out at a late stage where design recalibration was limited.
From head to toe, the tropical-themed resort is brimming with energy. At the special family check-in counters, kids can play on a touch-screen pad and munch on free popcorn while their parents take care of business. Outside, parents can lounge in a cabana while children shriek from pool to pool. Inside, the hotel hosts 33 family suites with bunk beds for kids, colourful bathroom amenities, mini closets and teensy bathrobes.
Grab your magic scroll and cape and engage with the interactive games as you race to save the fantasy kingdom. An entertaining option for kids and team building groups alike. If you need a break from the packed hallways, head up to the Shine spa and find tailored service and relaxing surrounds. Upon arrival, expect to be handed a personal interactive tablet. The spa menu then details options in these particular categories. Of course, if the evaluation is completely off-base, you can always go rogue and stick to your initial instincts.
While not pretending to be a luxury candidate, the middle path Sheraton is clearly an excellent child-friendly Macau hotel choice and can double as a conference hotels pick for mega events or small corporate meetings with zing. Not an easy feat. The hotels share a bustling casino and the blossoming Shoppes Cotai Centre. This is a busy Cotai shopping area within one of the newest Macau casino hotels complexes. Over the road, the City of Dreams COD complex wages war against the Cotai big boys with an army of dragons and tigers, plus a few million gallons of water.
The action takes place in and around a stage pool, which holds 3. Expect 90 minutes of spectacular high dives, frothing fountains, leather-clad hunks swinging from ropes, a token love story and some amazing but puzzlingly non-aquatic motorbike stunts. A scantily clad cast performs cabaret, flamenco, aerial contortions and other raunchy routines.
Discounts are available for those booking both COD shows. The degree multi-media experience will bring you face-to-face with mighty dragons as they breathe fire and smash through ice in pursuit of the auspicious pearl. The show regularly sells out so reserve your tickets in advance. Hotel guests can skip the queue by collecting a priority pass from reception. Strangely there is a distant lack of long hair, leather jackets and nose piercings — most guests appear to be cool-looking couples and respectable somethings possibly hoping to relive their misspent youth.
The overall feel is fun and funky with facilities including iPod docking stations, free Internet, cocktail kits, cool black and red slippers, tea and coffee facilities for the dreaded morning after and ironing equipment. The inch flatscreen TV has extra chunky speakers so you can crank up the Hard Rock music video channel and air-guitar till your fingers cramp. Grab your tie-dye sarong and check out the poolside weekend barbecues. This, as expected, is a top child friendly hotels pick. Elegant, contemporary and subtly stylish, it is a refined retreat from the chattering crowds, which pack the neighbouring casinos and shops.
Cool jazz wafts through the softly lit lobby dotted with original Asian art pieces, fresh flowers and ornate gold screens. There are guestrooms all of which offer floor-to-ceiling views of Cotai and include facilities such as complimentary Internet and minibar soft drinks only , walk-in wardrobe, inch plasma TV, iPod docking station, large safe, spacious square bath, rain shower, Vidal Sassoon hair dryer and electronic scales. For more pampering stroll to The Spa at Crown for a foot massage or for more carnivorous activities, head to Jade Dragon for Cantonese delicacies. There is also an outdoor heated swimming pool and a well-equipped fitness centre.
Last but not least is the Grand Hyatt Macau , which distinguishes itself from the Crown and Hard Rock by setting its sights firmly on business travellers and the MICE market in general. The entire second level is dedicated to event space with 15 individual function areas spanning almost 8, 9,sq m and a huge pillar-less ballroom covering 2,sq m and holding up to 2, people. This is among the top Macau conference hotels choices. The Grand Hyatt comprises two storey towers with rooms in the Grand Tower and rooms in the premium Grand Club Tower, each with dedicated check-in areas.
You may want to draw yourself a little map for those beer-goggle moments. Entry-level Grand Suites in the Grand Tower are 64sq m and sport a classic decor including wooden floors, leather chairs and a muted colour scheme with photos of Macau on the walls. In fact there are handy power sockets everywhere, plus free WiFi, and a flip-out control panel for transmitting iPod, camera and laptop data through the two inch LCD TVs. Storage is plentiful plus there is an iron and board, laptop-sized safe, a Nespresso machine and tins of Dragon Well and Iron Buddha tea.
All rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows with open views, in some directions marred somewhat by ongoing construction. The equivalent in the Grand Club Tower is the Club Deluxe room, which is smaller at only 52sq m but has the added bonus of a freestanding elliptical bath and a walk-in dressing room. An added perk for Club Tower guests is access to the Grand Club across the entire 37th floor. Opened in , this gorgeous lounge filled with contemporary Portuguese artworks offers opulent lounging areas, an open kitchen and a large rooftop terrace.
There are also three private dining suites for fancy-shmancy VIP dining. Linking all three hotels is ,sq ft of casino space with gaming tables and 1, gaming machines and an equally huge shopping mall with brands such as Gucci, Burberry and Cartier. Look out for digital mermaids dancing behind a real waterfall which gamers believe is good luck to touch. There are also more than 20 restaurants and bars ranging from the scrumptious Beijing Kitchen to Food Paradise and its array of treats. This is the very epicentre of the throbbing Macau casino scene.
The storey building is encased by a striking exoskeleton steel structure — the first in the world built in tower form. Along with guestrooms, suites and sky villas, there will be gaming rooms, restaurants, a spa and rooftop sky pool. It has a colonial Macanese feel with ochre walls, cream stone detailing, and hand-made tiles from the entrance through to the main lobby.
Feeling indulgent? A 1,sq m spa is on hand with treatments, saunas, ice showers, as well as yoga and Pilates. The hotel offers five pools two for kids and poolside cabanas come with LCD televisions. High-end designer brand Macau shopping is the name of the game here. Shoppers have three floors of spit-and-polish stores to explore at Shoppes at Four Seasons — ogle Dior, Chanel, Loewe, COACH, and the like — and after that big splurge, recover in one of the three restaurants.
At the head of the Cotai strip is the ,sq m Galaxy Macau megaresort opened May As soothing Thai music chimes in the background, settle in at the inviting tea lounge or indulge at the Banyan Tree Spa. The refuge offers graceful suites and villas in what it says is an exclusive "high-rise urban resort". Suites start at sq m and include relaxation pools overlooking the water or city, his and hers vanities, inch flat screen TVs, iPod docks, daily scent choices, rain showers, Jacuzzis, mood lighting and more.
There are also 10 villas each with private outdoor swimming pools. Meanwhile, the room Hotel Okura is covered in teak, bamboo, stone and sculptures. With its kimono-clad staff and minimalist feel, expect a Japanese-style experience in a classic yet modern environment. Unlike anything else in Macau, Okura aims to capture the essence of the Far East with natural details, simplicity, stone pathways, peaceful water features, signature paper cranes, an inviting sake bar and tea ceremonies in a one-of-a-kind rice-paper hut. Rooms are designed with subtle, earthy green, beige, brown and lightwood in horizontal lines that seem to stretch the already spacious 46sq m.
With windows seemingly dipped in gold and lobby furniture to match, the dazzling 1,room Galaxy Hotel offers an unabashed five-star escape with rooms — some with balconies — starting at 44sq m, with inch LCD televisions, complimentary minibar, Wi-Fi, "stone showers", and bathrooms with volume-controlled speakers.
Of the three sister properties, this is the most lavish choice in terms of design. As with all the grand behemoths lining this glittering strip, the JW Marriott Macau serves up both Muscle MICE - with 2,sq m of event space for conferences, incorporating meetings, banquets and weddings - and splendid family distractions. As you walk in from the quiet adjoining Ritz-Carlton, the pace picks up immediately in the cavernous but minimalist check-in area with lit-up alabaster counters and a soaring spac-eage staircase rising up towards a host of chandeliers, one like a cloud of tiny pink squares that catch the light.
The Lounge Bar just behind is quiter, set in a circle with grey velvet sofas and a low cluster chandelier. A 44sq m Double Deluxe serves up functional and neat surrounds with top-loading laptop safe, iron and ironing board, foffee-maker, large flat-screen TV, pval glass desk with two three-pin international sockets one more is positioned between both beds , plump beds, and a peekaboo glass partition bathroom with an on-off opacity switch. The bathtub faces the beds. And the potty is a Japanese style electric affair that does wondrous stuff at the press of a button.
A 96sq m Pool Suite moves pamperinhg up a notch or two with resorty wooden floors, two flat-screen TVs, a mini powder blue divan next to the bed and a powder desk with mirror, twin vanities, and an outdoor patio with a plunge pool. The JW Kids' Club blends education with entertainment to keep typhoon tykes occupied while parents head off for a spa workout or massage perhaps and, along with a kids' pool, offers access to Galaxy Macau's Skytop Adventure Rapids a m river ride and the wave pool.
Rooms are smart and textured with clean minimalist lines, pastel tones, large flat-screen televisions, and good use of lighting. This aims to be one of the top Macau conference hotels. Mark it down. The 53rd floor Club Lounge offers in-room check-in, round-the-clock limousine transfers, complimentary clothes pressing on arrival, personalized stationery if required , and flowing beverages and magic morsels five times a day - enough for the most hardboiled of travellers to relent and savour fine views, top dining, and the fabulous ESPA with 10 treatment rooms and three couples' suites.
Best of all, the pool is a huge Olympic size outdoor set-up that catches plenty of rays and breeze. This is a hotel with intimate spaces, almost all in textured white marble with a slab of heavenly blue marble in the hushed high-speed lifts and classic tall black iron grille doors to create a European touch. The lobby at the entrance is quiet and unassuming with a soaring chandelier.
The 51st floor Sky Lobby is equally understated, albeit with breathtaking views. Expect service on rails here from the moment you step in. Full marks to staff for attention to guests and speedy action, always with a smile. The fewer room keys certainly help and even at full stretch it is clear this is not a bustling railway station casino hotel affair. The pace is gentle and unhurried and there is time to savour the textures, artefacts, and black trim everywhere like a classy Dior. For CEOs in search of a classy chinwag, there's sq m of meeting space including a pillar-less ballroom for larger events.
In general, expect cream and pastel tones, with Euro flourishes and lounge chairs with stylish black piping. Rooms are classical with ornate marbled bathrooms, deep carpets, large sofas and tall floor-to-ceiling windows. There is more than ample space. Premier Suites start at a generous 48sq m while the Carlton Club Suites start at 98sq m. This is a posh address with low noise levels, great service, and fabulous decor - imagine yourself wandering about in a multi-layered vanilla cream cake with eye-popping garnish, and you get our drift.
The Ritz compares very well vs luxury competitors like The St Regis and Wynn, aided greatly by its small scale and grand views. For more entertainment, the new and neighbouring Broadway at Galaxy Macau showcases Asian and international cultural events at its 3,seat Broadway Theatre. Broadway Hotel serves up rooms with free WiFi and complimentary mini-bar for a one-time pillage. Pick a Deluxe or go up to a Broadway Suite with degree river views. This is a hotel decked out in bright hues - think gold, rose and woody pastels - with a touch of luxe as well as a roll-up-your-sleeves street hawker market.
Expect reassuring dollops of marble, a private spa salon, scalloped ceilings, Cotai white walls and cream decor with the signature gold hues. Also find three generously large televisions as well as one in the bathroom , a walk-in closet, Jacuzzi, power shower, and a small dresser with its own miniature faucet.
Step into this reflective pink glass escape to marvel at the dancing fountains above which a cable car does a lazy photogenic circuit , lobby ferris wheels with ornate floral decorations, prancing horse carousels, floral theme floor mosaics, and more extravagance. The casino is stylish, feminine, understated, and in cream tones. A creamy Palace Room weighs in at sq ft with Chinese motifs, patterned linen, invitingly plump white bed, touchscreen tablet for room controls, and data port with USB and two three-pin international electric plug sockets.
Also take in the inch flatscreen TV slathered across one wall, scented bathroom with twin vanities and Molton Brown toiletries for an evening's perk-up, soaking tub, and a warm potty to give your bottie the heavenly treatment. There is a power shower cubicle but no rain shower. Wynn Palace Cotai is a carefully crafted Macau casino hotel that is tastefully glitzy and not too over-the-top. Come here for fun with the family, with the boss for a bespoke meeting the Grand Theater accommodates 1, cocktail style or gawp at over designer brand stores in the ,sq ft Wynn Esplanade with everything from Italian shoes to tweed.
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Macau shopping for ladies is a doddle. Browse Prada, Cartier, Ferrari and more. This may seem a stretch with keys, yet guests are ensured a degree of pampering impossible at some of the other mega-complexes in the neighbourhood that run well over a thousand rooms. Conjoined at the hip - in a manner of speaking - with the impish and decidedly mid-level Holiday Inn, The St Regis turns its face away, looking towards the Grand Hyatt and the dark ruby bulk of the Wynn Palace further down the road. The St Regis serves up an oddly quiet entrance through a small cube of a lobby with its staircase angling up to reception under an array of undulating bronze-glass rods.
At the dimly-lit reception, legions of smiling staff will leap to your aid as you look up at yet another rippling 'cloud' chandelier that creates the disconcerting impression of peeking up a wedding dress. It's all rather surreal and in good taste, of course. At the same level is the darkly welcoming bar in heavily muted tones with pin points of light and clubby seating, everything focused on a series of glass panels behind the bar in hallucinogenic turquoise, crimson and saffron.
The hanging tiara-band lights are a classy touch, and look like illuminated bracelets. It is a comfortably private setting for sozzled corporate chinwags or an haute couture snuggle to the strains of flamenco or something more chilled out. Elevators are swift and quiet as one might expect and you debouch into broad, well-lit corridors with pale wood hues, not dark mahogany or black marble. There's a different feel to this place. It's light and airy. A sq m St Regis Suite opens onto a white marble foyer with a side powder room and valet box for quick laundry pick-ups.
This leads into a carpeted living room with the same pale wood walls, a round table and large square sofas facing a humungous flatscreen TV. Amid the dozy pastels you'll spot a coffee machine and wall art with flamboyant gold streaks. The bedroom features yet another huge television facing a plump white bed with a mother-of-pearl head wall. Expect Bluetooth speakers, an Android hookup, press-out reading lights, USB charger ports and a press button arrangement to dim or brighten all room lights. As in other St Regis hotels, mastering individual lights or setting your own moods is not the easiest of tasks, but it can be accomplished to some extent if you find the foot switches or dimmers for the individual lamps.
For a room of this size, there are surprisingly few electric plug points, just one three-pin 'international' at either side of the bed. Expect a top-loading laptop-friendly safe, bright dressing room mirror, and that de rigueur marble bathroom with an LCD screen in the mirror, power shower not rain shower , hand shower, soaking tub, and Remede Spa toiletries that are worth the wait for that oomph when shampooing your tresses. Some bathrooms have rear-up Japanese potties with all the electronics you could throw at any pampered derriere. It's worth a dawdle here.
Apres-work, head up to the 8th floor where a vast breezy pool deck awaits with Jacuzzi, cabanas, and grand views across Cotai. Also expect well trained butlers, the hotel's hallmark, a top floor Iridium Spa, a sq m ballroom to host up to and a smaller scale by-invitation Dragon's Palace casino for high rollers. Guests have access to child-friendly facilities like Dreamworks characters and events , shopping, dining and nightlife. Expect split-level luxury suites or 'villas' with stained glass marble bathrooms, Roman baths, vaulted ceilings, and baroque artefacts, each palatial hand-crafted residence with direct-entry lift access.
The well-equipped rooms have large balconies with outdoor furniture and vibrant colours. These are extraordinarily spacious at 66sq m and balconies, each large enough to manage a family of four. I liked is that their are some rooms that provide a nice view of the Eiffel Tower or the fountain. Location is excellent. Right opposite the venetian and the parisian. Hotel is extremely large. Probably too large for my comfort. Check-in took a staggering hour and a half due to the sheer number of guests.
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Very good rooms and facilities. Check in took a lot of time due to holiday rush. Great in house shopping centre and good casino. There is free tea, coffee and cold drinks for in-house guests. Overall a very good experience and I would definitely like to stay in Sheraton again on my next visit.
Great place, love the location. Housekeeping department needs improvement especially when it comes to the coffee-maker's cleanliness. Overall, an easy property.
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It was an excellent experience!! Totally loved it! Venetian was visible from the window and all the major shoppes and casinos were accessible from the Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central in walking distance. That was very helpful. Stayed there for 2 nights. Great location opposite to Parisian. Could see Eiffel Tower from the windows of my room. Casino is open through the night and an happening one. McDonalds is present in the shopping mall which one can avail for quick snack.
Hotel provides complimentary shuttle service to and fro Taipa Ferry. From the time of check in to 2 days stay everything was smooth and fantastic. Hotel has all the branded shops if you planning to do brand shopping, there's a reliable nanny service if you want to leave your child for few hours and try your luck at casino. The Front desk, room service, restaurant staff, everyone gave a fantastic service.
There's lot of Activities and fun things for kids as well. We had a lovely memorable stay. Excellent Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central very peaceful atmosphere staff are so excellent and Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central is near to everything what you need ans room are awesome all facilities are available. Could not have asked for anything better at this price.
The location was excellent as was in between very costly Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Centrals and the connectivity also was very good. Smooth check in and check out despite it being rush time. The staff was courteous and room cleanliness was impeccable. A real value for money. Nice location. This is a great advantage and time saver. The Dreamworks parade is too good to miss if you are with kids.
The parade is a daily affair. You can have affordable indian food on 3rd floor and McDonanld's at ground floor. Rooms were spacious and well attended. Location is very good. Casino is huge and fantastic. Service is good, but not ideal for vegetarians. Spacious rooms It becomes little hard to understand the place. Because of its ambience I have extended my stay for more 02 days. Thank you Sheraton for your hospitality and comfort. I have no words to describe the experience of my stay. It was great, I got standard room which has all amenities.
They have great swimming pool but unfortunately one was closed. If you are staying in Sheraton, please also take the buffet, they serve awesome food. I love the breakfast and food there. It was a luxurious stay at the she ton with big rooms, comfortable bed and large buffet breakfast with and an items included. Room was spacious, neat and clean. Location was superb. There were many casinos around all connected with a bridge. You can see many casinos walking.
All were decorated. Breakfast was very delicious. I will visit again. I stayed at this Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central during the 1st week of the year, the stay was great and the staff was courteous. The rooms were large and very comfortable, the only downside is that you don't have direct shuttles from the ferry and you need to get onto the one for Sands Cotai central.
Casinos are nice. It has food court also, Choose the room with cotai view. Bathrooms are very spacious. Will definitely visit again. Staff is very polite. Long queue for check in. Reception overcrowded. No navigator to guide. Charge deposit. No vegetarian food. Not as expensive as venetian, and same location with same amenities.. Late night pizzas are best. Easy connectivity with venetian as well. Highly recommended.