Located next to the hotel lobby, RendezVous Lobby Bar envelops you in the glamorous atmosphere of a retro French café in Macau. Sink into a floral banquette between meetings and peruse an all-day menu filled with eclectic Western and Asian options. Golden chandeliers hang from the ceilings, and in the evening their light is reflected by gleaming bottles on the mirrored bar. Choose from over 30 different vodkas, or opt for signature Sofitel cocktails like the Ponte 16 or Rosemary Martini.
Rendezvous Lobby Bar
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- Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16 Rua das Lorchas e Rua do Visconde Paço de Arcos, Macau
- +853 8861 7213
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