Situated in the heart of the gleaming metropolis, Ascott Macau is conveniently located among some of the city’s most iconic attractions and bustling central business district. It is a mere 5-minute drive from Macau Ferry Terminal, 8 minutes from China’s Border Gate, and 10 minutes from Taipa Ferry Terminal and Macau's International Airport.
Ascott Macau promises a luxurious experience for the global travellers, with elegantly furnished guestrooms and suites with integrated open kitchenette. There are five to choose from: deluxe room twin, deluxe room king, noble suite, executive suite and premier suite - each tastefully decorated with a slight Portuguese flair that ties together the city’s rich culture and historical links with the European country.
Built to satiate the lifestyle of the well-heeled, the property has a fully-equipped on-site gymnasium, a heated indoor swimming pool as well as an outdoor pool, a rejuvenating sauna room, various business conference rooms and a laid-back poolside bar.
A plethora of culture and entertainment spots pepper the vicinity such as the centrally-located UNESCO-inscribed St. Domingo's Church, Senado Square and Ruins of St. Paul. Further east lies the Grand Prix Museum and Macau’s Fisherman’s Wharf where guests can get to try some of the freshest catch of the day. For a taste of Macau’s second source of its rich culture, head southwest towards the base of the Penha Peninsula where the A-Ma Temple lies. Built in the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644), long before the Portuguese set foot onto Macau, the temple is dedicated to the sacred goddess who watches out for the Macau fishermen.
Food-wise, Ascott Macau plays host to some of the city’s best restaurants, including Shun Hin Seafood Restaurant, The Mix Western Restaurant and The Win Japanese Cuisine. Alternatively, guests can opt to grab a quick bite or unwind with chilled cocktail in hand at Heart Bar or Ascott’s Lobby Lounge. Ascott Macau is furnished to be your exclusive home away from home.