Many people overlook Macau when looking for exciting places to visit in Asia. They normally visit the bustling metropolis of Hong Kong and discount the beautiful little city of Macau, only a one-hour ferry ride across the harbor away. Macau is a city of a wonderfully unique blend of both Chinese and Portuguese culture, providing a mix of cathedrals and paved streets similar to those found in Southern Europe, amongst the odd ancient Chinese Temple. The city is probably most well-known for his lavish and decadent Casinos and hotels (such as the Hotel Royal Macau) which line the Cotai Strip (rivaling even Las Vegas in extravagance). So, the next time you are planning to visit Asia, make sure you visit Macau first, as you will not be disappointed.
Hotel Royal Macau is the place to stay in Macau
Hotel Royal Macau is located near the centre of Macau, just at the base of the Colina da Guia, a 174-metre-high legendary landmark in the city, and at the base of the Guia Fortress, which was the first lighthouse on the Chinese coast. Hotel Royal Macau is perfect for both business and personal travelers, providing brilliance and decadence in the centre of one of Asia’s most amazing cities. The comfort and serenity that you will experience will rival those experiences of some of the most highly-regarded hotels in the world.
Hotel Royal Macau has everything that you need
The Hotel Royal Macau is situated across 19 floors, with 380 rooms and suites to choose from. Each room and suite is equipped with the finest furniture to ensure the highest standard of contemporary luxury. The hotel also has a fitness centre, swimming pool, and first-class dining to ensure that its guests are always well-catered for. From Portuguese to authentic Shanghai cuisine, food is delivered by award-winning chefs. If you are a business traveler, Hotel Royal Macau is able to host up to 200 people for business meetings and functions. The level of service that you and your guests will receive whilst hosting these business functions, set amongst the opulence and graceful furnishings, will always be first-class. Every detail and need will be catered for.
Whether it is to visit the extravagance of a Casino strip bigger than Las Vegas, to catch a wave on the rooftop of the Galaxy Macau resort, visit one of twenty-five World Heritage-listed sites, celebrate the Chinese New Year in style, jump from the highest bungy-jump in the world (233 meters above ground), or to simply take in the historical sites and treat yourself to authentic Chinese and Portuguese cuisine, Macau has everything that you could ever need and should be on the top of your Bucket List. Consider staying at the Hotel Royal Macau where all of your dreams will come true.
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