The Mandarin Oriental Macau
The Mandarin Oriental Macau, situated on the well known Dr Sumn Yat Sen Avenue, is the only 5 star hotel on the peninsula that doesn’t have a casino. However, we are featuring this hotel because it’s one of the most popular in Macau. Its contemporary design, very sophisticated decor and its many luxurious attractions make it a flagship of Macau’s luxury hotel industry.
History and description of The Mandarin Oriental Macau
The Mandarin Oriental Macau is one of several hotels in the Oriental Hotel Group (MOHG) which was founded in Hong Kong in 1963 and itself is part of the Jardine Matheson Group. It operates in Asia, America and Europe it offers travellers top of the range hotels, apartments and leisure centres. The winner of many awards, MOHG quickly expanded its business by constructing its second hotel complex in Bangkok, Thailand. Several other complexes followed all over the world bringing to just over 40 the number of establishments in the world’s major capitals with the Mandarin Oriental brand.
The Mandarin Oriental Macau is a magnificent complex with 186 luxury rooms and 27 luxury suites all of which have bay windows giving superb views of the Nam Van lake, the bay and the island of Taipa. The rooms also have cable TV and an iPad docking station. The Mandarin Oriental Macau is ideally situated on the peninsula for access to the business and entertainment areas, the international airport and also the Hong Kong- Macau ferry port so it comes as no surprise that it is very popular with visitors to Macau.
The Mandarin Oriental Macau’s services and attractions
This luxurious and comfortable 5 star hotel offers its clients many services. The complexes main restaurant, The Vida Rica, offers clients Asian cuisine and a bar serving cocktails, coffee and snacks. Light meals and tea are available in The Lobby Lounge and delicious cakes in the Mandarin Oriental Cake Shop. The complex has a 25 metre swimming pool and a magnificent spa with 8 treatment areas and an Oriental Spa suite where one can have various beauty and relaxation treatments. There is also a very modern gym for clients. The Mandarin Oriental Macau has a magnificently decorated reception room which can hold up to 300 people for meetings and events. It also has an adjoining room with sea views, two meeting rooms, a conference room and a well equipped business centre. The Mandarin Oriental Macau is linked to One Central Macau, the peninsula’s prestigious shopping gallery so its clients can easily find any luxury products that they desire. The centre has the top designer shops ( Louis Vuitton, Hermès, fendi, Gucci, dolce & Gabbana, Christian Dior etc). There are often shows and ballets on within the complex.
The Mandarin Oriental Macau Casino
Unfortunately, The Mandarin Oriental Macau does not have a casino. However, given the hotel’s central situation gamblers can easily access the well known MGM Grand Macau or the Wynn Macau casinos.