This is my first time to stay in Macau. This hotel has been booked for me and it is perfect in terms of it’s central location, close to the airport and ferry port.
It is pouring with rain as I arrive at the entrance by taxi, and realise there is no cover so I get wet in between the taxi and the few metres to the glass entrance doors. The lobby is on the top floor of this 21-level building, housing both a hotel and, you guessed it, a casino.
Check-in is smooth, and I am given my key to a non-smoking King-sized room on the 19th floor. The room is basic, with large LCD TV, en-suite with combined shower/bath, and simple amenities. I call for an iron and board which comes within a few minutes.
Breakfast and dinner is served in the Chinese restaurant on the 3rd floor. I actually enjoy the breakfast which changes daily during the 3 days I am here, consisting mainly of Chinese Dim Sum with a few Western dishes.
There is an outdoor pool which is closed during the winter months, and a small gym which I use once.
Although I typically wouldn’t stay at a hotel like this, it suits my purpose and manage to sleep very well each night, despite the fact that there is no heating. I ring housekeeping for a blanket and heater, which again is promptly delivered.
An OK stay.