Located at the heart of the Cotai Strip, The Londoner Macao is an outstanding British-inspired integrated resort. It is comprised of five five-star hotels: The St. Regis Macao, Conrad Macao, Sheraton Grand Macao, Londoner Court, and The Londoner Hotel, its namesake all-suite accommodation. Exuding British luxury, the invitation-only Suites by David Beckham (Macau’s first celebrity-designed suites) boasts 14 super-luxe apartments located on the top two floors of The Londoner Hotel.
One of the property’s highlights is its main lobby, the Crystal Palace. Boasting a spectacular classic Victorian design, the atrium features a 33-meter-high stained-glass ceiling allowing sunlight in during the day. Right at the center of the Crystal Palace lies an imposing full-scale Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain with the Greek god Anteros atop. The Londoner Macao features yet another famous London landmark–Big Ben.
In addition, fun London-inspired installations and attractions are spread around the resort inviting guests to take a snap. These include an over five-meter high red telephone box where visitors are greeted by the Queen’s corgi Londi, a classic British black cab in which guests can join David Beckham in a virtual drive around the city, giant teacups where ladies dressed in fancy tea party fashion interact with visitors and finally the lively changing of the guard, a display of British pageantry performed several times a day by over 20 talented artists. Such attractions add to the property’s British feel and will surely dazzle both grownups and the little ones.
Furthermore, as far as dining is concerned, the offerings at The Londoner Macao are no less exciting and diverse. From Asian delights served at the famous dim sum restaurant Tim Ho Wan and North Palace specializing in Northern Chinese flavors to Western gourmet fare at Churchill’s Table and Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, there’s something to satisfy all cravings. The Huaiyang Garden, specializing in Huaiyang cuisine with a refined menu by chef Zhou Xiaoyan, was awarded one Michelin star in the Michelin Guide Hong Kong & Macau 2023 within its first year of opening.