Overlooking the Outer Harbor, the Nam Van Lakes and the Macau Tower, this hotel’s rooms all have views and feature flat-screen TVs with in-house movies, free wi-fi, espresso machines and marble bathrooms with TVs. Suites on higher floors add features such as living rooms, dining rooms, and private bars. This hotel is part of the international hospitality group, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group.
Mandarin Oriental, Macau includes a series of food-related spots, such as Vida Rica Restaurant and a bar that specializes on handcrafted cocktails, Vida Rica Bar. There’s also a restaurant on the ground floor called Lobby Lounge. It serves different kinds of cuisines from breakfast to late afternoon and it’s busy during lunchtime. They also serve high quality brunch items and afternoon tea sets. It has a more relaxed vibe, while Vida Rica Restaurant also serves different gastronomies and overlooks the bridge and Nam Van area. They also sell freshly baked bread and other bakery items and sweet at The Mandarin Cake Shop, located beside Lobby Lounge.
The bar opens in the afternoon and it’s usually pretty busy from dinner till late, with the team crafting cocktails and doing themed events from time to time. Their spa is also a high end spot to head to when looking for specialized and personalized massage and body treatments. Book a treatment by calling or sending an email to The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Macau.
The Mandarin Oriental, Macau is one of the top tier hotels with full views of Macau and Taipa sides. This hotel is located in the same building as One Central Macau, along a walking area through which one can also access MGM Macau and Wynn Macau.
Opening hours: 24 hours
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