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Where to Stay in Macau

You'll find an abundance of Macau hotels near the airport as well as hotels in Macau's surrounding Taipa and harbour regions. This puts you in close proximity to popular attractions like the Ruins of St. Paul, Macau Tower and Senado Square.

Macau Harbour

Featuring popular sites like Fisherman's Wharf, Lotus Square, Macau Tower Convention and Entertainment Centre, and A-Ma Temple, Macau Harbour is also host to numerous hotels suitable for a range of travel budgets.

1. Rocks Hotel Macau

Rocks Hotel Macau may be one of the cheap hotels in Macau's harbour, but it still offers stylish and sophisticated accommodations in a Victorian-era building. This combination makes it a prime choice among last-minute hotels in Macau. Rooms have French windows and wood furnishings. There's also a restaurant, rooftop lounge and fitness centre.

2. Grand Lapa Hotel

Grand Lapa Hotel is a stately hotel in close proximity to Fisherman's Wharf. The rooms are homey and accommodating with minibars and flatscreen TVs. The facilities include an on-site casino, tennis court and cafe.

3. Mandarin Oriental Macau

Mandarin Oriental Macau is a boutique hotel on Macau's harbour point. It's an unmistakable glass tower with views from all rooms. Accommodations also feature TVs with in-house films and marble bathrooms. The hotel hosts a Western restaurant, a cake shop and a Chinese restaurant.


The Taipa neighbourhood is located just outside the airport region and south of Macau's downtown harbour region. The Taipa neighbourhood boasts many of Macau's finest casinos and the Cotai Strip entertainment section.

1. Grandview Hotel Macau

Grandview Hotel Macau is one of the cheap hotels in Macau's Taipa region in terms of price, but it's no less sophisticated an establishment. Rooms are posh and cosy with minibars, safes and free Wi-Fi.

2. Inn Hotel

Inn Hotel is a modern high-rise hotel conveniently located near the Taipa Houses-Museum's pastel villas. It offers clean, functional rooms with desks and mini-fridges. A bar, cafe and outdoor pool are available to guests.

3. Banyan Tree

Banyan Tree is a boutique hotel in Macau offering panoramic views and a stylish setting. Elegant suites and villas offer views of the city and include minibars. On the grounds are two high-end restaurants and extensive spa facilities.

Macau Airport Hotels

Macau International Airport (MFM) is the airport serving this region. Hotels near the airport make ideal last-minute hotels in Macau.

Macau International Airport Hotels

1. Golden Crown China Hotel

Golden Crown China Hotel is one of the cheap hotels in Macau's airport region, conveniently located directed across the road from the airport. It has two restaurants.

2. Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central

Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central is located on a street lined with palm trees. It offers regal accommodations in a facility with a tapas bar in the lobby.

3. Grand Hyatt Macau

Grand Hyatt Macau offers elegant, modern accommodations near Taipa Island and several top casinos. It has Thai and Chinese restaurants on the grounds.

Whether you wish to stay near the bustling harbour point or near the casinos of Taipa, Skyscanner's search features will help you find the hotels in Macau that suit you best.

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Kathleen Tan
Kathleen TanMalaysia

Macau is good for casino hopping.. Food wise ok, nice for staycation for few days.

Leow Cheng Lam
Leow Cheng LamKlang

Macau is very near to Hong Kong, we arrived here by ferry. Macau is famous of its 'Egg'tart' and many famous spot to visit. There are many many Casinos here and here always very crowded especially Chinese from China came here very often.

Yvonne Brett
Yvonne BrettSan Diego

After spending three weeks traveling all around China, our trip was to end in Hong Kong, but first we made a stopover in Macau. Now if you are a gambler, this place would be very exciting. I felt like we were plopped down into Vegas, with the MGM and other casinos to visit. They were very beautiful and looked almost like the ones in Vegas. There are much more interesting things in Macau though. Go to the old town area to see the historic fort and the Portuguese inspired buildings that are there. Among the throngs of people you will get a better idea of this Asian-Portuguese fusion area of China. Be prepared to go through customs coming and going, even though you are still technically in China. Wasted a few hours there for no apparent reason.

RichardLos Angeles

Las Vegas of China, a lot of casinos of all shape and size. It is the most population density area in the world, nearly all the space is been use. Public Transportation is terrible and not great to live here, but good to visit.


The least expensive month is June, with an average of £88 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Macau is March, with an average price of £158 per night.
The average price of a hotel in April last year was £104 per night. This is 17% less than the average nightly price of £123 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Macau, the expected average temperature in April is 22.9°C/73.1°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 30.9°C/87.6°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 13.6°C/56.5°F.
The nearest airport to Macau is Macau (MFM) (2.55 miles). Other nearby airports include: Zhuhai (16.54 miles) Hong Kong International (25.43 miles) Shenzhen Bao'an International (36.66 miles) Hong Kong H K Heliport (42.60 miles)

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