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Macau Hotel Insider
Known as the “Monte Carlo of the Orient,” Macau is glitzy and garish, exciting and bustling, eclectic and multicultural. Exuding an oftentimes unusual blend of Chinese and Portugese (it’s a former Portugese colony) cuisines, culture, and social traditions, the city is steeped in history and religion. These days, its many casinos are the biggest draw, but the city’s other attractions like the Macau Grand Prix, International Music Festival in the fall, and the A-Ma Festival at the temple draw significant crowds as well. As such, Macau is full of hotels on seemingly every corner, from high-class, high-rise chains to smaller boutiques outside the city center.

Hotels in Macau
Macau has much in common with another big gambling city: Las Vegas. Three of Sin City’s favorite names, the Venetian, MGM Grand, and Wynn, all have a presence, while other brand name hotels like the Westin and the Grand Hyatt offer the same luxury, world-class service, and stunning panoramic views of the night scene down below. Sofitel at Ponte 16 is another fantastic luxury choice, somewhat out of the city center and the bustling madness. The renowned Hard Rock Hotel offers a fun, action-filled atmosphere, and the local Galaxy Macau is widely considered the best casino hotel in the city. However, more organic options like the Mandarin Oriental and Grand Lisboa are also smart choices for those interested in being in perfect proximity to the city’s many UNESCO World Heritage site attractions.

Despite the overwhelming variety of five-star luxury-class accommodations, Macau does have a smattering of boutiques and budget options, often outside the city hub. The Guia Hotel is a lovingly nostalgic hotel thrown back to the Victorian age; while the Pousada de Mong-Ha, run by hospitality-studying students, is a world-class, unbeatable deal with homestyle amenities, a French toast breakfast, and a tea service on the verandah. The fact that it is about 20 minutes outside the city is easily forgiven when visitors can step outside to parks, gardens, and peaceful foliage, offering a safe harbor from the glam of the casino strip.

Attractions & Environs
With over 33 casinos and an economy made up of more than 50 percent gambling, Macau is truly the Chinese Las Vegas. When you’re not rolling a pair of bones, check out the city’s non-hotel landmark: Macau Tower. This entertainment and convention center boasts an 1,100-foot-tall spire with stunning panoramas of the Pearl River Delta and even Hong Kong on a clear day. Almost any major hotel along the strip will service the Tower within walking distance.

The Ruins of St. Paul and St. Dominic’s Church are right down the street from each other, with neighboring Monte Fort as an oft-overlooked sight worth visiting for a tour and a picnic.

Senado Square is one of the older, quainter places to visit for shopping and nightlife, and The Grand Emperor Hotel, Golden Dragon, and slightly cheaper Metropark Hotel are all great places to hang your hat for the night in this area. You’ll also be a hop, skip, and a jump away from the City of Dreams Hotel, where you can catch House of Dancing Water, a phenomenal Cirque du Soleil-inspired theatrical performance at the hotel’s resident (and intimate) theater.
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