Hotels in Macau
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Reception staff was very helpful and kind, excellent rooms with good housekeeping, value for money hotel, location is very near to all the tourist attraction places, loved the stay, calm and homely ambience, perfect for couple and family traveler. Food quality is excellent.
Premal Patel | Sat, Jul 8, '17
Really awesome enjoyed a lot with family.. Hope will continue next year same time.. Helping by ground staff was simply amazing rooms were totally interested with ambiance style swimming pool not gym gives clear refresh for us.
Rajkumar | Fri, Mar 24, '17
We got a complimentary upgrade which was a surprise. The rooms are very spacious and had a great view of the city and harbour. I would strongly recommend this hotel for a short stay. Everything we need was there right down the hotel.
Vimal Carmel | Fri, Sep 8, '17
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Always great to be at Lisboa, it was fun and enjoyed be hospitality. Rooms were most comforting, interior of room is really royal feeling, jacuzzi, spa are something not found in other hotels. I will definitely recommend it to all my friends.
Jignesh Hodar | Fri, Jul 10, '15
Good location, service everything is good. Itz situated in city. Good conectivity. Nice experience very helpful, near by market is also there, they provide handy phone to carry with you and visit anywhere through GPS
vandana choudhary | Sat, Dec 23, '17
Our trip was for pre-wedding photoshooting. Disappointedly, the staff stopped us taking photos at the hotel lobby though we told him that we just wanted to take a few pictures. Instead, he requested us to pay HKD3500 dollars to join a 2-hour photoshooting package. This was totally unacceptable.
JAM | Wed, Mar 13, '13
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My husband and I recently stayed a couple of nights at the Four Seasons Macau. This was our first trip in 8 years without the children and to celebrate my husband's birthday and our 10yr wedding anniversary. We were personally escorted to our room with no check in hastles. We were thrilled to be upgraded and provided with additional treats in celebration. Eg cake, champagne and beautiful ammenities. The breakfast was amazing, the pools beautiful and excellent international 5 star service. We chose this hotel on its reputation and the fact that it's not connected to the casino (a plus for us). It was like our mini break resort holiday away from our holiday (in HK). We would highly recommend the Four Seasons for luxury, service and location. The only downside was that I left my phone and although they kindly had it couriered to our hotel in HK, we missed the courier due to a flight back to Australia.
SARAH | Sun, Nov 24, '13
We were planning a vacation for Macau and this hotel was suggested by one of our friend. We decided and booked it from Makemytrip. When we arrived at hotel we got surprised. Hotel was just awesome. Great location, Cleanliness and casino on the ground floor. Staff were very friendly and food was great. What else you except from a good hotel. Recommended hotel and must stay.
Ashish Kumar | Sat, Oct 1, '16
Very Good room, clean, humble staff. Connected with 2 other hotel, making them excellent, very good view, top class interior and extetior, top class amenities. Only missing thing we have not informed, what attraction to be seen in hotel and out side hotel. There are lot to see in hotel. We stayed one night, 2 days. Which was not fully sufficient.
GHANSHYAM TUWANI | Thu, May 10, '18
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I had gone for holiday trip to this hotel in December 2017. I have en counted worst service ever in my life. I spite of having confirmed reservation from MMT I was denied check in when I landed at 2 pm at hotel. Finally I checked in at 9 pm post continues follow up with reservation team. I would not recommend this hotel to any one travelling to Macau. Front desk staff was not co-operative at all. I request MMT to block this hotel from your website and take action against them for inconvenience caused.
Jayant Kulkarni | Sun, Dec 10, '17
Hotel is situated at a good central location giving easy access to a few places like Senado square and ruins of St Paul. Bus service from Macau ferry terminal is Not very frequent, so please keep in mind. Overall, I would suggest a stay here, if your expectations are not too high.
Hatim Electricwala | Tue, May 16, '17
The hotel is located at Cotai, Near Venetian and Wynn. But it's nowhere in ambience to both of them. Pricing is little higher in comparison to its peers. Rooms are ordinary, Service is OK. Working Breakfast with Limited Veg options.
Priyank Gupta | Sun, Mar 25, '18
It was very nice and good experience to stay. Location and view is very good and excellent. Food were also nice. Spa services is excellent and value for money. Hospitality is very nice and very clean and hygiene. Mall is also nice. Overall excellent.
Rahul Shah | Mon, Oct 26, '15
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About Hotels in Macau
- Macau is a self-ruling region of China, on the western side of the Pearl River estuary in East Asia. It is a combination of Eastern and Western ways of life, design and sustenance. Known for its gigantic clubhouse and gambling circuit, it boasts some famous attractions for sightseers.
- Macau comprises the Macau Peninsula itself and the islands of Taipa and Coloane, which are now connected via a landfill that forms the Cotai Strip. The best Macau Hotels can be booked from the MakeMyTrip website or mobile app.
- When it comes to luxury 5-star hotels, Macau is a lot more than just a gambling haven. Macau boasts of opulent lodging options for affluent travellers.
- Expediently connected with major attractions and shopping centers, many of the 5-star Hotels in Macau enjoy great locations.
- Most of these 5-star hotels are swamped with amenities such as business centers, swimming pools, world-class dining facilities and limo/car services.
- The ferry terminal and airport shuttles are also a vital part of the services luxury Macau hotels provide.
- The Venetian Macao Resort hotel, Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel and JW Marriott Hotel are few of the best 5-star hotels in Macau.
5 Star Macau Hotels
- 3-star Hotels in Macau are fabulously designed to cater to the needs of national and international visitors.
- With services such as free Internet access, cleaning/laundry, luggage storage and free self- parking, these 3-star hotels assure their guests of a comfortable stay.
- The luxury amenities such as casinos, restaurants, indoor or outdoor pools and fitness centers make these Macau hotels great value for money.
- Riviera Hotel Macau, Metropole Hotel, Guia Hotel and Emperor Hotel are some of the finest 3-star hotels in Macau.
3 Star Macau Hotels
- There is a good line up of budget hotels in Macau like Best Western Hotel Sun Sun, Towns Well Hotel and Hotel Beverly Plaza.
- These budget hotels in Macau ensure that you spend you money well, with all basic amenities on offer at affordable prices.
- Clean comfortable rooms, laundry, complimentary newspapers are few of the services that these hotels in Macau offer.
Budget Hotels in Macau
Best localities in Macau
- Coloane – It is one of the two primary islands of Macau. Formerly a haven for pirates who sought shelter in its numerous bays, it provides a wonderful break from the swarmed and occupied Macau Peninsula. It has two of Macau's best shorelines - Cheoc Van and Hac Sa. Several people from Macau approach Coloane to devour Macanese cuisine and seafood. MakeMyTrip offers great deals on the best hotels in Coloane.
- Taipa – Taipa was situated between Macau Peninsular and Coloane Island but is now joined with Coloane by the Cotai Strip which was reclaimed from the sea. Taipa used to be rural; however, post huge improvements towards the end of the 20th century, the island changed into an alternate city to the Peninsular. It brags of numerous inns, clubhouses shopping centres, and is home to the Macau Jockey Club racecourse.
Things to doIt is nicknamed the ‘Las Vegas of Asia’, and there are numerous places to explore and things to do in Macau. Here are some listed below:
- Venetian is one of the ten biggest structures on the planet and the largest casino in Macau. It contains about 3,000 lodging suites, a full-sized arena, an on-site medical and plastic surgery clinic and more than 5,00,000 sq ft of the gaming floor. Visit it for some memorable fun times.
- Visit the Church of St Paul - the most loved icon in Macau. However, the transcending exterior and stairway are all that remain of this early-17th-century Jesuit church. It used to be one of the best landmarks to Christianity in Asia, expected to enable the illiterate to comprehend the Passion of Christ and the lives of the holy people.
- The historical part of Taipa is best safeguarded in the Taipa Village. A mind-boggling warren of back streets hold conventional Chinese shops and some amazing eateries, while the broader main roads are punctuated by provincial manors, holy places and sanctuaries. It promises to make for a fascinating visit.
How to reach/Transportation hubs
- By Air – Located on Taipa Island, the Macau International Airport is 10 minutes from the main city. It acts as the nerve centre to all Southeast Asian countries and Mainland China and is served by about 20 airlines.
- By Road – Macau is served by two bus service companies - Transportes Urbanos Macau (Transmac) and Sociedade de Transportes Colectivos de Macau (TCM). It takes about three hours to reach Macau from Guangzhou.
- By Water – Macau can be reached by sea from Hong Kong and Mainland China through a network of ferry terminals that function throughout the week via many operators.
- Bus – Bus lines cover almost all the attractions, scenic spots, and hotels in Macau. The routes operate on a one-way circuit around the city. TRANSMAC and TCM are the two bus companies operating all public and mini buses in the city.
- Taxi –Taxi is a convenient option to travel around in Macau. The yellow cabs can accommodate four passengers while the white cabs can accommodate up to six passengers.
- A visa-on-arrival for 30 days is issued to Indian citizens.
- The traveller must possess a valid passport for at least six months upon arrival at Macau.
- Spring season – Macau is flocked with tourists during the spring season that starts from March up to April. Other than the intermittent foggy and stormy climate, the days are loaded with wonderful daylight, joined by mellow evening temperatures.
- Autumn season – The most comfortable time to visit Macau is autumn. After the hard summer, the extraordinary southwest breezes vanish, and the airstream from the northern mainland bring this region mild autumn with cool days from October to December.
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MakeMyTrip hotels in Macau are well equipped with all the basic amenities you would require during your stay. MakeMyTrip offers great deals while booking all kinds of hotels in Macau, ranging from cheap budget hotels to luxury suites.