Macau’s most extravagant and expensive hotel, The 13 is the epitome of ultra-luxury with an exceptional approach to design. The well-known and successful Peter Marino Architects was assigned both as the architect and interior design firm. The exterior is rather modern and minimalistic, while the interior is lush and abundant as the design inspired by the golden age.
With the smallest one being 28 square meters, the 200 palatial multi-level villas–all uniquely designed–are equipped with a private elevator lobby and have 24-hour butler service from the team of highly-trained professionals.
The 13 features a selection of fine dining restaurants with Japanese (Tokugawa), French fusion (Le Grand Plaisir), and Chinese (Chinoiserie) cuisines; a bar with its own gin and a collection of Japanese whiskeys; a spa, and a well-equipped gym. Their pool called Le Bassin d’Or deserves a special mention. A 25-meter outdoor pool is decorated with a golden mosaic, the world’s largest indoor botanical wall, nine giant golden angels, and the highest 48-meter indoor waterfall. The 13 Hotel’s spa is equipped with the very first sauna in Macau built with Himalayan salt bricks.
The fleet of two gold Rolls-Royce Phantoms gives guests the opportunity to travel around the city in style and comfort.