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The Macau hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:

Luxury (over HKD2,500)

Moderate (HKD750 to HKD2,500)

Cheap (up to HKD750)

These Macau hotel prices are for a double room per night and include all taxes and breakfast, unless otherwise indicated. Prices are listed in Hong Kong dollars (rather than Macau patacas), as that is how they are usually quoted.

Luxury

Grand Coloane Resort

Formerly the Westin Resort Macau, this five-star getaway overlooks gardens and a sandy beach on Coloane Island. It's long been favoured by visitors seeking a bit of peace and quiet in upscale surrounds. Each room has a sea or beach view, and there's an excellent spa and an adjoining golf course.

Address: Coloane, 1918 Estrada de Hac Sa, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2887 1111
Website: http://www.grandcoloane.com

Parisian Macao

Open on the Cotai Strip since mid-2016 (and echoing its Gallic namesake in Las Vegas), the Parisian Macao features a half-size replica Eiffel Tower, complete with observation decks and nightly light shows. The hotel itself has a mind-boggling 3,000 rooms and suites, all furnished to a high standard, and there are numerous dining, shopping and entertainment options.

Address: , Estrada do Istmo, Lote 3, Cotai Strip, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2882 8827
Website: http://www.parisianmacao.com

Pousada de São Tiago

Built into what was once a 17th-century fort that defended Macau against hostile invaders, this traditional Portuguese pousada is a romantic place to stay. It commands a splendid view of the Inner Harbour, and the interior décor, with its flagstones, wooden rafters and blue tiles, is a delight.

Address: Fortaleza Sao Tiago de Barra, Avenida da Republica, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2837 8111
Website: http://www.saotiago.com.mo

Moderate

Grand Emperor Hotel

With a gilded chariot at the entrance, doormen dressed as Buckingham Palace guards and myriad chandeliers, the Grand Emperor doesn't go in for subtlety. The rooms are more restrained, with wall-mounted plasma screen TVs and large bathrooms with walk-in rainforest shower. Facilities include a business centre, fitness centre and five floors of gaming.

Address: , 288 Avenida Comercial De Macau, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2888 9988
Website: http://www.grandemperor.com

Harbourview Hotel

Drawing rather incongruously on 18th-century Prague as a basis for its style and design, this 389-room hotel is nevertheless a smart, well-rated place to stay. Perks include a Jacuzzi and indoor pool, as well as a cocktail bar. It offers good value for money, and sits close to the Sands Macao.

Address: , Avenida Dr Sun Yat-Sen, Macau,
Telephone: +853 8799 6688
Website: http://www.harbourviewhotelmacau.com

Hotel Royal Macau

This newly renovated Macau hotel may be a little removed from the action, but it's all the more attractive for that reason. It's just up the hill from the wonderful Clube Militar de Macau restaurant and offers some good-value packages. It sits at the foot of Colina da Guia, Macau's landmark hill and the site of the historic Guia fort and lighthouse.

Address: , 2-4 Estrada da Vitoria, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2855 2222
Website: http://www.hotelroyal.com.mo

Cheap

Hotel Sintra

This good-value hotel has a strong location close to the heart of Macau's business and shopping districts – the Casino Lisboa is very close by. The 240 rooms have benefited from renovation and contain the usual mod cons, while the hotel restaurant serves a range of dim sum and Macanese dishes.

Address: , Avenida de Dom João IV, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2871 0111
Website: http://www.hotelsintra.com

Ole London Hotel

This very pink, six-storey block with 60 rooms near the Inner Harbour boasts smart and spotless (if small) rooms. All rooms have private bathroom with hair dryer, TVs and a mini bar. Breakfast is included. Given its location and rates, the Ole London Hotel offers one of the best deals in town.

Address: , 4-6 Praca de Ponte e Horta, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2893 7761
Website: http://www.olelondonhotel.com

San Va Hotel

This cheap traditional-style guesthouse has a decent location in downtown Macau on the historic Rua da Felicidade (Happiness Street). The rooms are simple but clean and comfortable, and some of the doubles and twins have en-suite shower and bathroom. It was established in 1873, and claims to be the oldest existing guesthouse in Macau.

Address: , Rua da Felicidade 65-67, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2857 3701
Website: http://www.sanvahotel.com

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Hotel Royal Macau

This newly renovated Macau hotel may be a little removed from the action, but it's all the more attractive for that reason. It's just up the hill from the wonderful Clube Militar de Macau restaurant and offers some good-value packages. It sits at the foot of Colina da Guia, Macau's landmark hill and the site of the historic Guia fort and lighthouse.

Ole London Hotel

This very pink, six-storey block with 60 rooms near the Inner Harbour boasts smart and spotless (if small) rooms. All rooms have private bathroom with hair dryer, TVs and a mini bar. Breakfast is included. Given its location and rates, the Ole London Hotel offers one of the best deals in town.

Parisian Macao

Open on the Cotai Strip since mid-2016 (and echoing its Gallic namesake in Las Vegas), the Parisian Macao features a half-size replica Eiffel Tower, complete with observation decks and nightly light shows. The hotel itself has a mind-boggling 3,000 rooms and suites, all furnished to a high standard, and there are numerous dining, shopping and entertainment options.

Grand Coloane Resort

Formerly the Westin Resort Macau, this five-star getaway overlooks gardens and a sandy beach on Coloane Island. It's long been favoured by visitors seeking a bit of peace and quiet in upscale surrounds. Each room has a sea or beach view, and there's an excellent spa and an adjoining golf course.

San Va Hotel

This cheap traditional-style guesthouse has a decent location in downtown Macau on the historic Rua da Felicidade (Happiness Street). The rooms are simple but clean and comfortable, and some of the doubles and twins have en-suite shower and bathroom. It was established in 1873, and claims to be the oldest existing guesthouse in Macau.

Pousada de São Tiago

Built into what was once a 17th-century fort that defended Macau against hostile invaders, this traditional Portuguese pousada is a romantic place to stay. It commands a splendid view of the Inner Harbour, and the interior décor, with its flagstones, wooden rafters and blue tiles, is a delight.