Close — but not too close — to the bustling City of Dreams casino-dining-shopping complex
Franco Dragone's House of Dancing Water spectacular
Hefty snacks during happy hour on the new Club Level could double as dinner
Unlimited wine and terrace seating during mezza9's Sparkling Sunday champagne brunch
What To Know
Confirm your view: floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the Pearl River Delta or the Wynn's construction pit
Free shuttles loop between Macau's tourist sites and the ferry terminals
Slightly early check-out at 11am (most Macau hotels are noon)
Parking on site
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Business-friendly resort keeping it classy on the Cotai Strip with a spa, massive pool and interactive kids club
Two tasteful towers in the Cotai Strip's City of Dreams Complex provide a sophisticated respite when packs of mainlanders make good on the neighboring Hard Rock Hotel's name. Businessy auburn woods and forest-motif room decor wink toward pleasure with peek-a-boo glass walls into the marble rain showers and soaking tubs. The resort feels self-contained with a year-round salt-water infinity pool, spa, 24/7 fitness center and thumping nightclub. Two signature restaurants—Beijing Kitchen and mezza9, a Singapore show-kitchen—make this a foodie favorite. Suites include flourishes like croc leather wall coverings and Nespresso machines.
In the Area
449 years of Portuguese rule pack a lot of history (see: Macau Museum) into 11 square miles, but no UNESCO-protected cobblestone is as exciting as the resulting cuisine. Delicate egg tarts (natas) from Lord Stow's Bakery make a classic breakfast. Café Ou Mun offers heartier fare such as fried pork chop buns, coconut cakes and iced coffee sweetened with banana syrup. Dine beachside on suckling pig and baked clams at