Hotel Royal Macau Review

3 March, 2010

During our JetStar JetSaver Light Challenge, we stayed in the Hotel Royal Macau – a hotel located right in the heart of the Macau Peninsula. Unlike the luxurious, attention-grabbing, neon-light-flashing casino hotels e.g. Wynn, Sands, Venetian etc., Hotel Royal Macau was a quiet unassuming yet classy hotel – it does, however, have a 2-storey casino within its premises. 🙂

We stayed in the Deluxe Room which has two twin beds (can be combined to become a king-size bed), a spacious writing desk and a comfortable armchair, cable TV and unlimited high-speed Internet access (wired only – cable provided). You can also access free Wi-Fi at the lobby or at dining area – just obtain the password from the reception counter.

The full marble bathroom features a soaking tub as well as Aigner brand toiletries e.g. shampoo, conditioner, bodywash. The hotel also provided 2 complimentary bottles of water for each night of stay. One of the feature that got TY really excited was the Magnifying make-up mirror in the bathroom! 🙂

The hotel also boasts a classyVasco Da Gama restaurant which provides a great selection of food e.g. bacon, eggs, ham, noodles for its American Buffet Breakfast.

We rate Hotel Royal Macau:

  • Location (free shuttle bus to key places e.g. Grand Lisboa, ferry):  3.5/5
  • Facilities (free internet, Lift, comfortable beds, cable TV):                5/5
  • Staff (helpful and friendly):                                                                               4/5
  • Cleanliness:                                                                                                             5/5
  • Value (sponsored stay – so can’t comment :-)):                                        N/A

More information can be found on Hotel Royal Macau website.

Map of Hotel Royal Macau

Zhiqiang & Tingyi

Comments (2)

  • TamaraReply

    11 July, 2010 at 5:59 am

    Interesting post, thanks.


  • Jerry S.Reply

    11 June, 2014 at 1:08 pm

    Thanks for the post. Have this under consideration for an upcoming trip to Hong Kong / Macau in September.

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