Macau has one of the world’s largest casinos as well as the most expensive hotel in the world. This is the reason it was recently listed as the globe’s third-most expensive city for accommodation, next to the only competitors New York City and St. Moritz, Switzerland.
I have rounded up a list of the top peek behind the curtains and see what amenities the world’s richest receive when they stay at one of Macau’s top suites.
1. Four Seasons (Presidential Suite)
Situated on the famed Cotai Strip, the Four Seasons Macau features five outdoor pools, two-floors, has three-bedroom suits, four beds and over 3,300 square feet of luxury.
It can accommodate up to eight guests easily and also features three marble bathrooms, a foyer, a living room, a dining room, and a private bar. Only some VIPs can bear its cost, but based on the cost of the hotel’s second-largest room it easily clears $2,000/night.
2. Altira (Villa)
The villas at the Altira Macau resort are so huge you would require a map to your way around this.
These villas at this casino and resort come with 24-hour butler service, a steam room, plasma TVs, and a fully stocked kitchen, all spread across the villa’s 2,750 square feet.
While leaving the room’s luxurious and private setting, you can enjoy live music at one of the resort’s two clubs or enjoy the floor-to-ceiling windows and underwater music at one of Forbes’ 10 best swimming pools in the world.
3. Wynn Macau (Grand Salon Suite)
Encore Tower is different from the Wynn Macau’s ‘regular’ deluxe rooms, which also features the lavish Grand Salon Suite. You’re greeted with vibrant golds and reds on just about every surface across the suite’s 2,000 square feet.
If you can manage the room’s mystery price tag, you’ll enjoy a 65-inch LCD TV, Egyptian-cotton on the king-sized bed, and a bathroom decked out in Italian marble and fitted with a whirlpool table and another LCD TV right in the wall. You get the peninsula view and views of the Macau Bay, and the only thing and the three Michelin-starred restaurants waiting below.
You may have to spend anywhere from $3,000-$4,000 per night on weekends.
4. Banyan Tree (Presidential Suite)
Banyan Tree Macau was the first resort of the city with private indoor pools in all 246 pools of suites, and also a presidential getaway.
Spread across 888 square feet, the suite spans two floors and comes with features like a steam room, kitchen, spa, jacuzzi, two dining areas, and a private casino gaming room.
5. The Venetian (Premio Bella Suite)
It has one of the world’s largest casinos with the world’s most luxurious rooms. The Venetian’s Italian motifs extend from the main floor’s gondola canals up and into the 755 square foot Premio Bella suites.
Costing $5,000 a night, this room is one of the most expensive suites. It comes with an indoor relaxation pool which looks out from the 31st floor.
6. The 13 (La Villa Du Comte Suite)
13 could be an unlucky number in many cultures, but The 13 is an extravagant La Villa Du Comte suite.
With nearly $7 million spent on each room, the (yet-to-open) 13 is considered as one of the most expensive hotels ever built. Spread across 2,000 square feet, the suites are planned to merely be the hotel casino’s entry-level room. You might expect to spend over $90,000 per night for a La Villa suite.
7. Mandarin Oriental (Presidential Suite)
At Mandarin Oriental‘s presidential suite, all that the eyes see is luxury. Outside, you are treated with a picturesque view of the Macau Tower, Nam Van Lake, and the rest of the Macanese peninsula.
You will see inside the soft lighting illuminate chic artifacts, plush carpet, and a 10-person dining table underneath a crystal chandelier. You can enjoy in-room dining and wash it all down with a cocktail from the private bar.
Although the 3,600+ square foot pad’s nightly price is kept a secret, based on the $18,000 charged for the same suite at the Mandarin Oriental New York, you may expect a similar budget per night to stay here.
These are the most luxurious suites in Macau that are well known but you need to be really a decent budget for it as not anyone can handle the charges.
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