The Ritz-Carlton, Macau opened last month is the Ritz-Carlton group’s 11th luxury hotel in China and also luxury hotel chain’s first ever all-suite hotel in the world. Located on top floors of Cotai’s Galaxy Macau entertainment and resort complex, it has 254 suites including three Villa Suites. Last year over 31 million tourists visited Macau with the majority coming from mainland China, this bodes well for the newly opened hotel that offer everything from fine dining to world-class entertainment, incredibly luxurious amenities and a full-service spa.
Everything starts when you check-in at the lobby on the 51st floor (in-suite check-in also available). Each suite averages at least 96 square-meters and offer breathtaking views of the Cotai and rest of the city. The suites feature elegant decorations including rich carpeting, a comforting color palette and spacious baths with a deep soaking tub and luxurious amenities. Hotel decorations include Azulejo tiles, a form of Portuguese or Spanish ceramic tile, a part of colonial heritage décor found in Macau today.
Also located on the 51st floor is Lai Heen restaurant with five private dining rooms and a cigar room. They offer high-end Cantonese cuisine hand-crafted by skillful staff led by Chef Fu Man Piu. Head over to the French brasserie style Ritz-Carlton Café located on the ground floor to enjoy pastries, fresh seafood and traditional afternoon pastries. The Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lounge is the place to be if you want to enjoy everything from a la carte breakfast to afternoon teas to cocktails and tapas in the evening.
The ESPA Spa bring guests the relaxation and privacy they seek from all the activity and noise surrounding the busy resort. Guests can experience therapeutic massages at one of the ten stylish treatment rooms and three couple’s rooms. Spa interiors feature natural materials such as dark timber, oak and onyx, with design elements borrowed from traditional Chinese and Portuguese architecture. Vitality pools, steam rooms, saunas, ice-fountains, experience showers and relaxation areas are located nearby for easy access.
There are plenty of family activities as well. The hotel offers access to Grand Resort Deck with the Skytop Adventure Rapids waterpark, shopping at the Promenade and a 10-screen 3D Cineplex. Exploring Macau is just as easy – everything is just a 20 minute ride, including the UNESCO World Heritage Historic Centre.
Other amenities and features include a state of the art fitness center and an outdoor swimming pool. Its pillar-less Grand Ballroom with flexible function space can accommodate up to 400 guests for weddings and other occasions. There are two smaller additional spaces – suitable for intimate events and presentations.
Source: Galaxy Macau