Hotel Beverly Plaza

Address: No.70-106 Avenida Do Dr Rodrigo Rodrigues, Macau Peninsula, Macau, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on No.70-106 Avenida Do Dr Rodrigo Rodrigues, Macau Peninsula, is near Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral, Monte Forte (Fortaleza do Monte), Pawn Shop Museum, and The Fire Services Museum.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Beverly Plaza Macau Peninsula

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Macau Peninsula

    Escaping China for a day

    A travel blog entry by greghahn on Apr 27, 2015

    6 photos

    ... long bridge. Macau has at least 3 bridges going over this water, the longest is 4.4 km long. We go over a shorter one in the centre. Our goal is the Venetian casino which makes Josh very uncomfortable. I just want to have a look at it as recommended by a lady at work just to see how they have replicated the city. Itbis amazing, canals, bridge of sighs, palace and campanile all faithfully recreated. Plenty of people wandering around ...

    Attraction2-Ruins of St. Paul's(Thomas)

    A travel blog entry by linhong_emperor on Mar 08, 2014

    3 photos

    As we all know, Ruins of St. Paul's is the most famous destination in Macau. It is also the important landmark of Macau, which attracts tens of thousands of tourists during these years. Therefore, I am very glad to introduce this attraction to you!
    Estimated visiting time: 40 minutes
    Estimated expense: For free
    How to get there: By bus ...

    On The Road with Rollie!

    A travel blog entry by baconcutter on Aug 02, 2013

    8 photos

    ... access to a 24 hour convenience store and other eateries. The first two days went well as I managed to
    recoup the equivalent of roundtrip
    Canada to China. But the thing with Macau games are they are very steep: it's been stated that they make 10x the
    revenue of Vegas, and true to that, the smallest game I could find were about
    4x larger than what I'm used to back home.
    A dealer was telling me a group of ...

    Reflections on the first couple of weeks

    A travel blog entry by orton on Jul 21, 2013

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... It's also been very funny. My favourite was after we sat at the top of a temple for half an hour, waiting to see the sunset, with the boys becoming increasingly impatient. Daniel insisted that he had seen hundreds of sunsets and couldn't we go back to the hotel? Then the sun began to set, and he rushed over to me - daddy, what's that orange circle above the trees? Now we're off to Australia, which will be very different but equally adventurous in other ways. Si and ...

    Fucking Macau!

    A travel blog entry by pringie22 on Aug 18, 2012

    9 photos

    ... 8230;..this meant there was no reason to leave. After about 7 hours at the table, 8 of us had made small fortunes. Even James who had otherwise just watched, turned 150 HKD into 800. Ali turned 340 into 4300 and as a group we made about 15,000 HKD profit. At 7 am, the tables were closed and the adrenalin stopped. Everyone immediately crashed and our trip back to Hong Kong was a zombie blur. We were walking at the slowest possible pace in the blazing sun. By 10 am it was about 30 C and ...