Hotel is located right opposite Macau international airport which is good but not so good if you want to be in centre of town.. There are other hotel shuttle buses that service between airport and the respective hotels.. Hotel provided breakfast which was poor and quite inedible as it did not cater ...
Location and transportation inroom amenities a bit lacking overall still good though
Although there was long queue, receptionists were efficient and we didn't wait too long. We had remarked to have extra bed during booking but staff told us they run out of it but luckily the long sofa can serve as extra bed for my daughter and it was comfortable. Suggested Grand Hyatt to notify guest ...
Nice hotel with shops and casinos. Very accommodating and underatanding
Transportation to various part of Macau is very convenient and quick. Centrally located at Cotai and within reached of all Casinos within Cotai area in 20 min.
Pool closed without prior notice. I sent an enquiry on pool temperature two weeks ago and the reply had no mention of pool closing date. Just told me the temperature will be kept at 30.
Modern, novel, perfect service, French restaurant is great, great value for money
The sheer quality stood out in the cleanliness and first class comfort, but it was the quality of the staff that was truly outstanding, with everyone truly concerned about your comfort, taking an active interest in your activities and making suggestions whenever possible. I felt at home at the Conrad, ...
I like the hotel overall, but I think the quality of the breakfast buffet can be better.
Opened in 1995, Macau International Airport has fast evolved into a busy airport that handles upwards of five million passengers a year. It serves airlines flying from Southeast Asian cities including Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Manila as well as numerous airports in mainland China. Macau International Airport sits right beside the Zhujiang River and passengers get great views all the way across to Hong Kong when they land here.Don’t Miss
Macau International Airport is on the Taipa Island sector of this Special Administrative Region of China. Taipa is home to several of Macau’s premium draws. Taipa Houses Museum is made up of 100-year-old houses painted green and containing exhibits connected to Portuguese history. A lake with attractive gardens, colourful statues plus Our Lady Of Carmel Church are beside the museum.
The Coloane and Taipa History Museum is another great visitor destination and home to religious items, old tools and pieces unearthed from archaeological sites on the southern Macao islands. The Taoist Pak Tai God Temple is a highlight of the old Chinese religious buildings on Taipa.
The Macau Jockey Club track at Taipa is one of the top racing venues in this part of the world. Macau Olympic Complex is the home ground of the local football team and also the setting for any major sports events staged in Macau. Casino Greek Mythology is in Taipa, while the Cotai Strip is south and home to, among others, the Las Vegas Sands Venetian Casino.Restaurants and Bars
Eating options are pretty good in Taipa. Restaurants serve both Portuguese and Chinese food with popular menu items duck-rice, dim sum and salted fish all available. There are also ethnic establishments serving other foods such as Indian. The Old Taipa Tavern is a nice spot to spend an evening with a cold beer and tasty snacks. The casinos also have bars so that gamblers do not get too thirsty.Shopping
Shopping opportunities are limited on Taipa. Rua do Cunha is the main street through the old village. It is narrow and no cars are allowed. It is a popular destination for souvenir hunters as the shops that line it sell peanut candy-bars, egg rolls and almond cakes. Cunha Bazaar is at the top end of the street and stocks lots of unique gifts. Other Rua do Cunha stores sell handbags, clothes and most of the items that holidaymakers need.