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About this property
Located in the heart of the metropolis, Ascott Macau is a skip away from many local attractions and a mere few minutes’ drive from the Macau Ferry Terminal, International Airport and Taipa Island.
Ascott Macau promises a luxurious experience for every stay - the 110 elegantly and stylishly furnished suites are catered to the needs of global travellers. An integrated home entertainment system and well-defined, functional areas are all inspired by Portuguese influences and design, allowing you to bask in the unique culture the diverse city brings, in the comfort of your room.
You can enjoy amenities like the gymnasium, swimming pool, sauna room and a poolside bar. In the vicinity, you can indulge in many entertainment, shopping, cultural and heritage activities. This is a place where you can start everyday rejuvenated, in your home away from home.
The property has five food and beverage outlets that offer the best international cuisines by world-renowned chefs, including Shun Hin Seafood Restaurant, The Mix Western Restaurant and The Win Japanese Cuisine. Guests can unwind and have a quick bite or enjoy a cocktail at Heart Bar or Ascott’s Lobby Lounge.
About Macau, China
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Lying 40 miles to the west of Hong Kong, Macau is a city of contradictions. Its fortresses, churches and the culinary traditions of its Portuguese colonial masters bring a distinctive Mediterranean style to the China coast, which are mixed with the customs, temples and shrines of its Chinese heritage. On the other hand, the Special Administrative Region of Macau makes it a Las Vegas-style place, the only city in China where gambling is legal.