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Macau hotels

Macau hotels

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Low season May
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  Average price (weekend night): $381

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Top tips for finding the perfect Macau hotel

If you want to experience the glitz and glamour of Macau, the Vegas of Asia, The St. Regis Macao hotel located in Cotai Central is a great option. Being one of the most centrally located Hotels in Macau, it is within walking distance to a myriad of dining options, over 600 exclusive shops, nightlife and 24-hour entertainment like Cirque du Soleil or Mariah Carey live.
For the business tourist who doesn’t want to be far from the hustle and the bustle of the city either, The Four Seasons hotel Macao on the Cotai Strip is the perfect fit. They have meeting rooms to accommodate anywhere from 60 to 400 people and they tailor your conferences for you to the minutest detail.
The Venetian Macao Resort hotel, also on the Cotai Strip, boasts one of the largest casinos in the world. As soon as you enter the hotel lobby, you are hit by splendour. Another popular casino hotel in Macau is the Broadway hotel in Cotai. Both these hotels have on-site casinos.
If you are more interested in exploring the history and culture of Macau and are on a budget, then The Emperor hotel in the Macau Peninsula, also called the entertainment district, is right for you. It’s no more than 20 minutes walking distance to Senado Square, Ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Museum of Macau and many more tourist attractions. It offers free parking too.
The foodies out there should consider staying at the Landmark hotel, also in the Macau Peninsula. It is surrounded by restaurants and cafes, ranging from casual to formal, and serves cuisines from all over the world. Rua do Cunha, a narrow street where you can try all the local delicacies is only a 13-minute walk away. This street is also well-known for its Portuguese restaurants.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Macau

Which are the most popular neighbourhoods to stay in Macau?
Hotels in Macau Peninsula, Cotai and Taipa have the most searches on KAYAK. For more information about Macau's different neighborhoods, check out our Macau's City Guide.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
Which hotels in Macau have spas?
The Banyan Tree, located on the Cotai Strip, has award-winning, world-renowned spa services as well as healthcare products. It is set in a tropical garden that oozes serenity. The Grand Hyatt, Macau, in the heart of the Cotai Strip within the City of Dreams, is well known for its spacious spa-suites. You can relax in whirlpools, steam rooms, under rain showers and in relaxation lounges, separate for men and women.
Which hotels are close to the Macau International Airport?
There are a lot of hotels in Macau that are no more than a 5-minute drive from the International Airport and provide free shuttle service. The Sheraton Grand Macau Hotel in Central Cotai, The Wynn Palace in Cotai and MGM Cotai are among the hotels that are about 2.4 kilometres to the airport and offer free shuttle service. They are no more than 2.7 kilometres to the Ferry Terminal too, in case you would like to be ferried to Hong Kong for a day.
Are there any child-friendly hotels in Macau?
There’s plenty to keep the little ones busy in Macau. Holiday Inn, Cotai, has an indoor as well as an outdoor pool for kids. They arrange a lot of children’s activities in summer. The Countdown Hotel in Cotai has Macau’s largest indoor playroom. Studio City, also in Cotai, offers an experience like no other, with flight simulation rides to the world’s highest Ferris wheel, a 4D Batman show, and a House of Magic.
Are there hotels in Macau that offer a breakfast buffet?
A big breakfast buffet with a variety of options if offered at Café Bela Vista at the Grand Lapa hotel in Macau, located on the outer harbour where you can enjoy waterfront views. Le Buffet at the Parisian hotel, located in Central Cotai, serves delicious treats from all over the world in its breakfast buffet. Their excellent service is also worth mentioning.

Where to stay in Macau?

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Best Macau hotels

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Mandarin Oriental, Macau - Macau - Building
9.5 Excellent (4,059 reviews)
The Ritz-Carlton Macau - Macau - Bedroom
9.5 Excellent (951 reviews)
L'arc Macau - Macau - Bedroom
9.4 Excellent (2,032 reviews)
The St. Regis Macao, Cotai Central - Macau - Building
9.4 Excellent (1,920 reviews)
Four Seasons Hotel Macao At Cotai Strip - Macau - Building
9.4 Excellent (1,575 reviews)
Wynn Palace - Macau - Building
9.3 Excellent (13,357 reviews)
Banyan Tree Macau - Macau - Building
9.3 Excellent (2,488 reviews)
Crown Towers - Macau - Bedroom
9.3 Excellent (513 reviews)
Grand Hyatt Macau - Macau - Building
9.2 Excellent (8,849 reviews)
Conrad Macao, Cotai Central - Macau - Bedroom
9.2 Excellent (2,781 reviews)
Legend Palace Hotel - Macau - Building
9.2 Excellent (2,114 reviews)
Altira Macau - Macau - Building
9.2 Excellent (1,766 reviews)
Galaxy Hotel - Macau - Building
9.1 Excellent (20,082 reviews)
Hotel Okura Macau - Macau - Building
9.1 Excellent (5,706 reviews)
Metropark Hotel Macau - Macau - Bedroom
9.1 Excellent (5,224 reviews)

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Hotel Royal Macau - Macau - Bedroom
8.6 Excellent (4,713 reviews)
Metropole Hotel - Macau - Building
8.4 Excellent (2,611 reviews)
Ole Tai Sam Un Hotel - Macau - Building
8.3 Excellent (1,992 reviews)
Holiday Hotel - Macau - Front desk
7.2 Good (284 reviews)