Holiday Inn Macau
Travel Blogs from Macau Peninsula
... we saw all the large casinos coming into view, it was not quite as awe inspiring as the Vegas strip but it was still quite grand to look at. The most impressive hotel was The Galaxy, which was huge and towered over our small hotel that was opposite, leaving ours looking a bit lost and completely overshadowed! Our hotel was fine for us though, and as they say you get what you pay for. However we knew that we would be able to ...
... customs. Because of this we missed our chance of getting a ferry across the harbour to see the laser light show that happens everynight. :(
To make up for it we went in search of food. However we didn't count on it being xmas eve (xmas seems like a holiday for couples and not really a holiday for families in Hong Kong) and so we couldn't find a table anywhere. Hong Kong is the world's capital for queues. Waiting times ...
... Chapel of St Francis Xavier and its picturesque Portuguese style square, with busy cafes under shelter of the arcades.
The Museum of Taipa & Coloane History
With its twentieth century architectural style, this Neo-Classical building echoes the classical architectures of Rome, complete with pediment. Local people once called the building ‘Yamen’. The upper floor ...
... for clearing out pirate’s endemic to the area, they were allowed to establish a tiny enclave here. As trade with China grew, so did Macau, which became the principal meeting point between China and the West. However, after the Opium Wars between the Chinese and the British and the subsequent ...
... was made to look like various regions of the world. There was louisana architecture, amsterdam, and dutch carribbean styles. Many of these were restaurants and shops with a grand hotel at the end, and babylon casino.
I knew there were free shuttles back to the terminal so I wouldnt have to walk ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Macau Macau Peninsula
Suite Room 3362
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