£35 - £99
|CHEAPEST NEIGHBOURHOOD IN MACAU||Macau Peninsula||40% cheaper||Hotels in Macau Peninsula are the cheapest in Macau at just £35 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBOURHOOD IN MACAU||Cotai||42% more expensive||Cotai has the highest priced hotels in Macau with rooms averaging £99 per night|
|MOST POPULAR NEIGHBOURHOOD IN MACAU||Cotai||45% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Cotai than any other neighbourhood in Macau|
Below are the 11 user recommended hotels in the area of Macau that is closest to Cotai Strip. The average price near Cotai Strip is £104/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Cotai Strip are typically 43% more expensive than the average hotel in Macau, which is £58.
|Low season||May||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||February||most expensive time to stay|
|77%||expected price decrease|
|60%||expected price increase|
£33 - £351
|Highest day of week||Thursday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Tuesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|£151||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|£8||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
Lowest Hotel Price
Most Popular Hotel (5-star)
|Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16|
Hotels Near Airport
Average Length of Stay
Hotels in Macau are well connected to public transport, which is mostly comprised of buses and taxis. TCM and Transmac operate Macau’s inexpensive and frequent bus services, which link the Macau peninsula with the areas of Taipa, Cotai and Coloane. Many Macau hotels of four stars or more, such as City of Dreams Macau - Nüwa Macau, City of Dreams Morpheus, Grand Hyatt Macau or the St Regis Macao Cotai Strip also operate a free shuttle service between hotels and the Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal as well as Macau’s border with China.
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Macau forms part of the Pearl River Delta, which is a large megalopolis with over 100 million people and includes Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Dongguan, Guangzhou and Foshan. So, if you’re feeling adventurous, you should take a look at these other cities. The Macau hotel closest to the border with China is the Crowne Plaza Macau in the Nossa Senhora de Fátima Parish. Be aware that China has visa requirements that are different from Macau. At the very least, get to Hong Kong, on the other side of the Pearl River Estuary. If you’re looking to travel in style, then take a helicopter to Hong Kong, departing from the Macau Maritime Terminal 2 in the St Lazarus’ Parish district. The closest upscale hotel is the New Orient Landmark Hotel. If you’re on a budget, then transport by ship is an economical and popular option. The ferries to Hong Kong leave from the Macau Maritime Ferry Terminal in the same vicinity as the helicopters. Cheap hotels in Macau nearby include Hotel Golden Dragon, Casa Real Hotel and Hotel Beverly Plaza. Tickets for the ferry can be bought at Hotel Lisboa, which is also a great Macau hotel for gamblers.
Gambling is one primary reason why people book hotels in Macau. Although it is known as the Vegas of the East, Macau’s gambling industry is significantly bigger than that of Las Vegas, and it is a large employer in Macau. The Venetian Macau Resort in the Taipa area is one of the largest casino complexes in Macau. You can also stay at the hotel. Casino Babylon Macau is in the Fisherman’s Wharf area, with the Harbourview Hotel Macau is close by. The Macau Tower Convention and Entertainment Center offers a revolving restaurant close to the Mandarin Oriental Macau Hotel. Senado Square in the Central District is a shopping and dining area close to the Grand Emperor Hotel. The wharf, tower and square are on the Macau peninsula, which is small enough to navigate on foot.
Both the Macau Peninsula and the Taipa neighbourhood have great options. While Hong Kong was a British Colony, Macau was a Portuguese one, and this culture comes through very strongly in Macau, particularly with the food. Macau hotels and restaurants serve delights that are Cantonese and Portuguese in flavour, but because of the relative proximity of both India and Malaysia, there are also Indian and Malay influences. The Golden Peacock in the Venetian Macau Resort near Taipa Old Village does Indian food. Man Ho Chinese Restaurant at the JW Marriott Hotel in the same area does lunches and dinners, and consistently gets good marks for Cantonese food. Take bus 26A to get from Macau Peninsula on the mainland to Taipa Old Village on the island. Guincho a Galera at the Lisboa Hotel near the Ferry Terminal in the Sé Parish/Zone does highly recommended Portuguese fare. Hotel Lisboa offers a bus shuttle service from the Macau Outer Harbor Ferry Terminal on the Macau Peninsula, from the Macau Taipa Ferry Terminal in Taipa and Macau International Airport.
Chinese New Year is as big in Macau as it is in Hong Kong, China and other parts of Asia. Events are spread all over the city, but a particular highlight is the fireworks display at Macau Tower, which can be viewed from the base of the tower or the Taipa waterfront area. Take buses 9A, 23 and 32 from the bus stop right close to Hotel Lisboa. A good hotel to see the fireworks from is the Mandarin Oriental Macau (also a good Macau hotel option for couples), which runs a shuttle to the ferry. The Dragon Boat Festival in June is held at Lago Nam Van (Nam Van Lake). Hotel Lisboa is nearby, and it is a lovely area to walk rather than taking the bus if you're on the Macau Peninsula. From Taipa and Cotai, use buses 26, 26A and 36.
4 nights is the typical length of stay for people visiting Macau.
The cost of a hotel room in Macau will vary according to demand, location and star rating. On average, rooms will cost around £104 per night.
May is the cheapest month to book a hotel in Macau. Prices can be 77% lower than other, busier months, so this is a great time to get a good deal.
At the moment the cheapest day to stay in a hotel in Macau is Monday, with Wednesday being the most expensive.
Macau hostels and hotels with a 2 star rating and below charge around £24 for a bed per person. This will be around £80 under the cost of a typical Macau hotel.
Booking hotels in Macau Peninsula, Taipa, Cotai and Coloane is common when visiting Macau.
While temperatures are typically very high in Macau during July, there is a higher chance for rainfall as the average for the month is about 272 mm. Taking into account the higher potential for rain in July, those staying at a hotel in Macau should plan to visit popular indoor attractions such as Sentosa, Orchard Road, and Jersey Museum.
No. 51 Rua De Xangai, Macau
Avenida De D. João Iv, N.ºs 58, 60 E 62, Macau
Legend Palace Hotel
Macau Fisherman's Wharf, Macau
Avenida Dr. Sun Yat Sen, Macau
Fu Hua Hotel
No. 98-102 Rua Francisco Xavier Pereira, Macau
Metropark Hotel Macau
Rua De Pequim No 199, Macau
Grand Harbour Hotel
Travessa Lam Mau, no. 8, Macau
San Tung Fong Commercial Inn South Wing
488 Av. De Alemida Ribeiro, Macau
City of Dreams Nuwa Macau
1 Estrada Do Istmo, Macau
Ole Tai Sam Un Hotel
Rua Da Caldeira, No. 43-45, Macau
Rua do Guimaraes 96-126, Macau
Hotel Presidente Macau
355 Avenida Da Amizade, Macau
Royal Dragon Hotel
Rua de Goa No.61-77, Macau, Macau
Waldo Hotel Macao
1071 Avenida da Amizade, Macau
Happy Family Hotel
Travessa da Praia Grande No 4, Macau
Hou Kong Hotel
Travessa Das Virtudes No. 1, Macau
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