We chose this hotel because we wanted to experience the chinese/portugese Macau and not the new Vegas style resorts. The lobby is filled with gorgeous Chinese artifacts and the rooms are very comfortable and clean. The complementary soft drinks in the mini bar and generous bathroom toiletries are a welcome touch. But if you need your morning cup of coffee,carry some sachets with you. The beverage maker only has different varieties of tea on offer! Check in was painless and the staff are very courteous and helpful.The Hotel is huge - so prepare to get lost a lot. Fortunately there are staff around to guide you. Language can be a bit of a problem - particularly in the dining areas. We wound up paying HK $100 extra each for the buffet dinner due to lack of proper communication.
I must particularly commend the speed and efficiency with which the Hotel couriered some items I had left behind by mistake. to me.
The central location and frequent shuttle bus services make it very convenient to get around .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Established in 1970, Hotel Lisboa is a fixture in the Macau skyline and has the longest and richest presence in Macau's hospitality history. The hotel features a lavish mix of Portuguese and Chinese interior décors, and also houses Dr. Stanley Ho's extensive private collection of priceless art pieces. Hotel Lisboa offers approximately 1,000 luxurious rooms and suites, gourmet dining experiences with an extensive wine collection of over 16,700 labels, share between 13 restaurants and lounges in Lisboa Hotels Complex. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lisboa Hotel Macau
- Hotel Lisboa Macau