GRAND LISBOA HOTEL MACAU
INSIDE GRAND LISBOA
ONE OF THE HOTEL’S 400 LUXURIOUS ROOMS AND SUITS
BARBECUED PORK & ROASTED PORK BELLY AT THE 8 RESTAURANT
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FAMOUS NEAPOLITAN PUFF PASTRY SLICES STUFFED WITH CINNAMON AND WILD SOUR CHERRIES AT DON ALFONSO 1890
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BREAKFAST AT ROUND THE CLOCK COFFEE SHOP
TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED OUTDOOR SWIMMING POOL
THE FITNESS CENTER FULLY EQUIPPED WITH KINESIS EQUIPMENT
We recently visited Macau and had the pleasure of spending a night at the Grand Lisboa Hotel. If you have driven around Macau at night it is impossible to miss Grand Lisboa’s sparkling facade lighting up the city. We loved our gigantic room set inside this gold and opulent location. The facilities are abundant including a fully equipped gym, stunning swimming pool, plenty of Michelin starred restaurants, and incredibly helpful staff. We weren’t even phased by the rainy weather and opted to lounge in our comfortable room, sipping wine and watching the rain drop upon the spectacular view. Definitely a great spot if you are looking for a short escape from HK. Can you believe it’s only an hour ferry journey away?
The five-star deluxe Grand Lisboa Hotel is the latest flagship hotel by Sociedade de Jogos de Macau, S.A. (SJM), managed by The Lisboa Hotels. The iconic architecture, inspired by the lotus symbol of Macau, and the contemporary luxury interior décor by world-renowned designer Khuan Chew, reflect the history and heritage of the city of Macau. The Grand Lisboa Hotel offers one of Macau’s best spa facilities which are operated by CLARINS as well as a wide variety of restaurants, including the 3- Michelin-star restaurant, Robuchon au Dôme which is managed by the world’s most Michelin-starred chef Joël Robuchon. The Lisboa Hotels Complex offers an extensive wine collection of over 10,000 labels; it is also the first establishment in China to receive the “Grand Award” honour presented by Wine Spectator’s Magazine.
Grand Lisboa Hotel, Avenida de Lisboa, Macau
(853) 2828 3838