Royal Macau Hotel

Address: No.2-4 Estrada da Vitoria , Macau Peninsula, Macau, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on No.2-4 Estrada da Vitoria , Macau Peninsula, is near Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral, Monte Forte (Fortaleza do Monte), Zhuhai Seaside Park, and Pawn Shop Museum.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Macau Hotel Macau Peninsula

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Macau Peninsula

    Macau; the final destination

    A travel blog entry by barnicko on Sep 25, 2014

    11 photos

    ... balance, the minimums were 45 per bet, so we just watched!!

    With our final sleep over, it was time to head to the airport, via Hong Kong again, and home! A long journey lies ahead, but we are all incredibly excited to be back amongst friends and family.

    This trip has truly lived up to, and exceeded, every expectation I had set, and will be 10 weeks that I will forever remember.

    First stop------Shing Kee (Keita)

    A travel blog entry by big_eaters on Feb 16, 2013

    3 photos

    ... made in traditional ways. I especially like the punget turnip cakes. We finish the food quickly because they are very delicious. They make us to recall some memories in our children time. We talk about the happiness things which are about our children time.

    Our traveling has't finished! Remember to visit our blog everytime you can. We are still going to more places and tell you more about Macau!

    Vegas in China

    A travel blog entry by ryan_and_vicks on Sep 05, 2012

    27 photos

    ... with lots of windows in it in their reception. Upon closer inspection we realised it was a butterfly enclosure and you could go in and have a look.

    We carried on walking around for a while although failed to find a place to eat that wasn't serving up what looked like gruel or going to require us to reportage our houses to eat and would let us in in our shorts and T-shirts.



    A travel blog entry by daniellerossi on Apr 27, 2012

    ... they accept HKD and although some people speak Mandarin, I don’t see why they bother maintaining a border! The huge misconception I had with Macau is assuming or comparing it to Las Vegas. In reality, there is no comparison with Vegas, none whatsoever. Yeah Macau has casinos and lots of flashing lights, but the feeling you get in Vegas is just unrivaled! ...

    Macau - Las Vegas in Asia!

    A travel blog entry by ulka on Dec 25, 2011

    61 photos

    ... chair and putting 200 thousand HKD on the table to play with. Split second. The banker took the money. The young guy who just lost 200 thousand HKD (small flat in a small place in Poland, big flat in Thailand, a house in India) - without even blinking his eye, took his cigarettes and money and went to the next table. Happy, relaxed, indifferent.

    OK - lets talk about Macao (or Macau)...