Macau's Hotel Lisboa is home to one of Macau's most historical and best-known casinos. Located in the center of the city; it is just 15 minutes from the airport and 5 minutes from the Macau Ferry Terminal.<br><br>All of the Hotel Lisboa's comfortably designed guestrooms and deluxe suites are outfitted with Jacuzzis, massage showers, free broadband Internet access, mini bar and complimentary local phone calls. Many rooms and suites also offer great views of the South China Sea and some of Macau's top scenic spots.<br><br>This iconic hotel boasts 18 restaurants. The Guincho a Galera Restaurant brings the Michelin-starred cuisine of Portugal's Fortaleza do Guincho to Macau; at the Noite e Dia Coffee Shop guests can enjoy Chinese and International favorites any time, night or day; and the Gallery Lounge offers a nice venue to relax with a glass of wine or a cocktail and company. Cantonese, Japanese and Western restaurant options are also available.<br><br>Guests travelling on business can easily work while staying in this Macau hotel. There are many meeting rooms available for any function, whether it be a conference, a banquet, or a party, and have the standard facilities for any event.<br><br>Recreational facilities include the Lisboa Spa by Clarins, an oasis of relaxation in dynamic Macau, a fitness center and a shopping arcade and of course, the Lisboa Casino with its vast array of slot machines, blackjack tables and roulette wheels.
Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16
Located on Macau's inner harbor waterfront, the Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16 is centrally located close to Ruins of St. Paul's Church, A- Ma Temple, Macau Tower, the Macau Passenger Terminal and Macau International Airport. All of the Superior Rooms and Luxury Rooms in this Macau Sofitel are come with 37" LCD TVs, DVD players, high-speed internet access, separate baths and showers, and L'Occitane luxury bathroom products. Restaurants and bars on the premises provide the perfect setting for relaxing and socializing, serving refined French cuisine with the latest in fusion dishes from around the world. Travelers on business are well served by the Sofitel's unique riverfront location. Conference facilities feature state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, sunset river views, creative theme dinners and an expansive parking lot, all which create the recipe for successful events. Macau is all about gaming and the Sofitel is well positioned to offer access to Macau's best casinos, but with in-room casinos, modern exercise equipment and a pool, guests will find plenty to do without leaving the hotel.
Grand Emperor Hotel
Located in the heart of Macau just minutes from the ferry and airport, the Grand Emperor Hotel is decorated in grand style reminiscent of a European palace. Each guestroom in this Macau hotel is appointed with high-speed broadband Internet access, in-room safes, 37" plasma TVs and fully-stocked mini-bars. Decorated in the same grand style as the rest of the casino, seven floors of lavish gaming rooms include a full range of tables and an entire floor dedicated to a variety of slot machines. To recharge, guests can head to the hotel's fitness center, which features the latest cardio-vascular and weight training equipment. Rounding out the hotel's list of amenities is a business center, designed for the travelers seeking to mix business with pleasure.
New Orient Landmark Hotel
<br/><a target="_blank" href="http://www.chinatravel.net/china-destinations/macau/cityintroduction-56.html">Macau</a>'s five-star Landmark Hotel is situated downtown, and enjoys convenient proximity to both transportation hubs, and vibrant shopping and business areas. Guests are welcome to venture into Pharaoh's Palace Casino, a 24-hour gaming facility, and access round-the-clock room service, providing Chinese, Japanese and Shanghaiese specialty dishes. Additional amenities include a shopping mall, beauty salon, laundry service, banquet and meeting rooms, a business center, travel services, mail services, luxurious limousine services, baby sitting services, a foreign exchange, parking, a swimming pool as well as an indoor golf course.
Grand Lisboa Macau
With its unmistakeable design, the Grand Lisboa Macau is a prime Macau attraction and one of the city's most distinctive landmarks. <br><br>The crown jewel in Stanley Ho's casino empire, the Grand Lisboa is an inspired oddity. Though strangely alluring from the outside, once indoors all doubts about the Lisboa's dedication to luxury vanish. Guests will find ultra-luxurious rooms and suites furnished with high-tech in-room facilities, such as a Turkish steam baths, 60-centimeter rain showers and Jacuzzis.<br><br>Guests can dine on Chinese, Japanese or Western cuisine, stop in for a drink at the coffee shop or bar or lounge or order 24-hour in-room dining. <br><br>Meeting facilities, laundry service and airport pickup are also offered from the Grand Lisboa Macau.<br><br>This Macau hotel has plenty to do in terms of relaxing. Guests can use the spa, indoor or outdoor swimming pool and fitness facilities.<br>
The L'Arc Macau is located a short distance from Casino Lisboa, Macau's oldest and most storied casino, in the NAPE district. Macau International Airport is just 20 minutes away by car and the Macau Ferry Terminal and Border Gate are 10 minutes away.<br><br>Dining at this Macau hotel includes a variety of Cantonese cuisine as well as Shanghai and Japanese dishes.<br><br>Make sure to try your luck in the hotel casino or entertain friends in the hotel's Club 9 Nightclub and Karaoke. For something more relaxing, unwind in the Victoria Sauna, where you can also get pampered with a body massage, or dive into the outdoor swimming pool.
Macau has multiple luxury hotel resorts clustered in the Cotai Strip and the most complete Western-style ancient buildings in the region. Macau consists of the Macau Peninsula, Taipa, Coloane, and Cotai. The Macau Peninsula is located at the northernmost point of Macau and is mainly residential area. Many of Macau’s attractions are in this area, such as the Ruins of St. Paul's, the Macau Tower, and Casino Lisboa. Taipa is located on the southern part of Macau Peninsula, and it buildings feature Portuguese style architecture. The main attractions in this area include Rua do Cunha, University of Macau, and the Macau Jockey Club. Coloane Island is located at the southernmost point of Macau. The terrain on the island is uneven and preserves most of the natural scenery of Macau. The Hac Sa Beach in the southeast of the island is the largest natural sea bath in Macau which attracts many visitors at any given time. Cotai is located between Taipa Island and Coloane and was originally part of the ocean. Later, land reclamation allowed the area to become the way it is now. Cotai has multiple hotels and resorts in Macau that brings together famous entertainment facilities such as the Venetian Macau, the City of Dreams, Sands Cotai Central and, Galaxy Macau.
Macau is a small city with limited land. Visitors can usually cover Macau's monuments, resorts, and outlying islands in a matter of a few days. The historic area of Macau has been listed as a World Cultural Heritage site by the UNESCO. This area is made up of 22 buildings and eight adjacent foregrounds. It retains the oldest Western-style buildings in the region, including the Ruins of St. Paul's, the Leal Senado Building, A-Ma Temple, and St. Dominic's Church. Macau was colonized by Portugal for many years and this is reflected in the Portuguese and Cantonese cuisine frequently seen in the area.
Although Macau is not a big place, a variety of pastries, noodle diners, desserts and Portuguese cuisine have attracted many visitors. The famous food are Margaret egg tarts, mok yei kei jelly, dom galo Portuguese food, jook-sing noodles, etc. On the Macau Tower which is 233 meters above the ground, visitors can participate in a variety of exciting activities, the most daring of which is bungee jumping at a speed faster than 200 kilometers an hour. Another activity is called “one hundred steps to the sky” and involves climbing 100 meters up the tower for a panoramic view of Macau. A less extreme option is simply ascending the elevator to the sky deck.
Macau is surrounded by sea on three sides and has lots of beaches. The most famous one is Hac Sa Beach in the southeast of Coloane. It’s about one kilometer wide, there is fine and smooth, black sands cover the beach. In addition, the relatively quiet Bamboo Bay Beach can be found at the southwest part of Hac Sa Beach.
Macau has a subtropical monsoon climate with an average annual temperature of about 22°C. It’s foggy in spring, hot and humid in summer; the weather in autumn and winter is mild, and the best time to travel in Macau is from October through February. There may be typhoons in summer, and when there are, flights as well as ferries between Hong Kong and Macau may be cancelled. For this reason, weather conditions need to be checked from May to September prior to traveling. However, it is a good time to go to the Hac Sa Beach to enjoy the waves, barbecue, enjoy the sea breeze, or camp. There are designated campsites and guards on patrol, so the security can be assured. The humidity in Macau is heavier. The most suitable travel time during the months of October and November because the temperature is cool and the chance of rain is relatively small. Spring is a transitional season, with temperatures gradually rising and shorter in a time.
Although the size of the region is not large, luxury hotels and resorts in Macau are constantly opening. The main accommodation areas in Macau are in the southern part of the Macau Peninsula and Cotai. The Macao Peninsula is close to major attractions, and it is recommended for those who want to experience how Macau was in the past. Cotai, built from land reclamation, represents the ever-changing new Macau and is a paradise for entertainment, shows, and shopping. No matter where you want to stay, there are always great hotels in Macau to choose from.