Experience the future at this newly-opened innovative Morpheus hotel, named after the Greek god of dreams. Designed by Zaha Hadid Architecture as the first free-form high building supported by a skeleton steel sculpture, it challenges the need for the clutter of internal walls. A bridge connects two towers, while high speed lifts whisk guests upwards for panoramas of both the interior and the skyline.
The Morpheus Macau lives up to its other title as the City of Dreams with high-class facilities that include an art collection, restaurants with top chefs, and a rooftop sky pool, plus rooms, suites, villas and upgrades offering every amenity.
Macau is very first “palace” opened last August and, at a whopping US$4.2 billion, it is Macau’s most expensive hotel resort to date. If you are looking for somewhere fancy to stay, this is it.
An eight-acre performance lake greets you on arrival at Wynn Palace, where a carefully choreographed display combining music, water and light takes place every 15 minutes. Guests can choose to enter the resort via air-conditioned SkyCabs (six guests per cab), which, using an aerial tram system, carry you at a height of 28 metres across the performance lake and into the heart of the resort.
Banyan Tree Macau
Banyan Tree Macau is part of Galaxy Macau TM, the latest fully integrated development in the dynamic Cotai city, the exclusive resort comprise of 227 suites, including the ultra-exclusive Presidential Suite and 29 villas, where 10 of them are pool villas amidst their own gardens complete with a private swimming pool.
Banyan Tree Macau is the first high-rise urban resort in Macau to feature private Relaxation Pools in all its expansive suites, and the only luxury hotel with full-sized resort villas. Dinning with dining experiences that do more than nourish the body, Banyan Tree Macau will change how you view your food.
This upmarket hotel bypasses rooms and offers suites providing all that guests would expect, such as a living-room with sofa, and Club upgrades giving access to a private lounge and complimentary breakfasts. Food and drink options include a ballroom, French café, afternoon tea and poolside bar, there are two outside pools and also a spa and fitness centre. Added bonus points are the superb views from its location at the top of Cotai’s Galaxy Macau entertainment complex, a shopping mall, ten-screen 3D Cineplex, and the closeness of the Ritz-Carlton Macau to essential sightseeing.
Tucked away in a more secluded part of Taipa, this five-star boutique hotel is truly a hidden gem. Standout highlights include its stunning infinity pool, which features floor-to-ceiling windows, exquisite views, and even underwater music. The hotel boasts 216 rooms, including 24 suites and four villas; complete with all the latest mod cons, they offer the epitome of luxury.
Guests are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining here, too. You can choose from the Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant, Ying, to award-winning Italian and Japanese restaurants, plus an ultra-stylish bar on the top floor of the hotel (38 Lounge), which features live music and unbeatable views of the city skyline.