Macau - Accommodation
Pousadade Sao Tiago
Considered by many as the landmark hotel in Macau, it’s certainly romantically built into the ruins of the 17th Century Barra Fort and something of the hospitality of a traditional Portuguese inn. The rooms are hewn from rock and not ultra modern with old, heavy hardwood furniture.
If you fancy a 1960s Macau experience replete with smoky gambling halls and odd characters, this is the best place to come. While much of the garish interiors were renovated some years back there is still plenty of raunch left in the Lisboa. Besides it’s more the location and the experience you come for.
Pousada de Colôane
This place with views of the sea is a good beachside vacation choice while still being close enough to enjoy the sights of Macau. It’s family owned and rather rustic but very relaxing. There’s an outdoor terrace with sunset views and the restaurant does a roaring trade for Sunday buffets.
Ole London Hotel
Located right in the historic centre just minutes from St Paul’s and A-Ma, this place is value plus for families and budget travellers. It was newly renovated in August 2008 with a cheery lounge serving breakfast and tasteful room features including wireless access, LCD TV and rainforest showerheads.
Auguster’s Lodge is a tiny guesthouse in the centre that is clean, tidy and friendly. There are three rooms only with bunk beds and a shared bathroom. But there’s also a TV to watch and friendly reception.
Hotel Ko Wah
Located in the oldest district of Macau, this place is of far better standard than most. It’s basic but it does have clean, tiled bathrooms – ask for a room with windows – but the location is really what sells it, right in the colourful part of town.
Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central
Sheraton Macao Hotel is a beautiful five star hotel which features 3 outdoor pools, a lovely spa facility, and a fitness centre where you can book a private trainer. Enjoy a refreshing cocktail at the pool side.
City of Dreams - Crown Towers
City of Dreams - Crown Towers is one of the most luxurious hotels in Macau. The hotel is a part of this great complex featuring a casino, many shops, a spa, pool and beautiful rooms with sealing to floor windows.
Hotel Golden Dragon
Hotel Golden Dragon is a modern four star hotel located only five minutes from Macau Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal. The hotel has a spa facility, a great restaurant offering many different Dim Sum dishes and the rooms are bright and spacious.
Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16
The beautiful, five star Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16 is located in the historic part of Macau. This luxurious hotel features a casino, outdoor pools and Superior and Luxury private bathrooms with Hermes designer toiletries. Luxury in every detail!
Emperor Hotel lies within walking distance to Guia Fortress, Senodo Square and Macau Museum. The rooms are decorated in natural colours and the hotel offers babysitting if you would like a child-free evening.
Hotel Sintra is located 10 minutes from Senado Square and they offer a free shuttle service from Macao Maritime Ferry Terminal. The rooms are traditionally decorated and include refrigerator and kettle service. The restaurant serves international cuisine and great Portuguese wine.
Grand Lapa Macau
Grand Lapa Macau is a five star luxury hotel, located only a 10 minutes’ drive from the airport. After a day of walking around in the city, enjoy a relaxing massage at the hotel´s spa or play a game of tennis.
Hotel Metropole is located a short walk from Senado Square. This is a three star hotel that will provide you with what you need for a lovely holiday in Macau. The rooms have air-condition, mini-bar, TV and coffee making facilities.
Holiday Inn Macau
This beautiful hotel has an on-sight casino, spa with an indoor pool and fitness centre. All of the rooms have air-condition, bathtub and a personal safe. Holiday Inn Macau has a restaurant in the complex if you do not feel like leaving the building.