At Mandarin Oriental we have created one of the most exclusive hotels in Macau. Occupying a premier position on the Nape waterfront guests have serene views over the sea and lake and are connected directly with world class boutiques and entertainment. With style and our legendary service we promise relaxation in discreet luxury. At Mandarin Oriental, Macau our rooms and suites combine dramatic contemporary design with an atmosphere of oriental calm. Service is attentive and sincere; technology is unobtrusive when desired and a touch away when needed. Above all our location is superb with restful views over the tranquillity of Nam Van Lake and Macau Bay. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Macau offers an escape from the ordinary to a healing sanctuary with soothing views over the sea. Following a professional consultation we prescribe therapy, either Traditional Chinese Medicine or our renowned holistic treatments; each is the path to equilibrium in your body, mind and spirit. For every guest relaxation begins in our heat and water oasis, dissolving stress and soothing aching muscles.
Hotel Address:Location SummaryMacau is fast becoming the entertainment capital of Asia, with a strip of modern casinos and staging world class shows. Situated on the south east coast of China, Macau is just one hour from Hong Kong, reached by a fast and frequent ferry service, landing on the Macau Peninsula. Direct flights from key Asian hubs make this an accessible international destination. Mandarin Oriental, Macau is located on the Peninsula, where alongside the major entertainment district, visitors can discover pockets of colonial character reflecting Macau’s Portuguese past; the centre of town is a World Heritage site. Here you can meander through black and white tiled streets, past yellow pastel facades of 17th century churches and browse the many antique shops. Nearby is the 16th century A Ma Chinese temple dedicated to the seafarers' goddess.
- Mandarin Oriental Macau
- Avenida Dr Sun Yat Sen
Directions to Hotel
SeaExpress operates daily between Hong Kong International Airport and Macau. The journey takes approximately 45 minutes direct ride to the Macau ferry terminal. Sky Shuttle Helicopters Limited (Sky Shuttle) operates aircraft between the helipads on the Macau and Hong Kong Ferry terminals. Each flight takes only approximately 16 minutes. Macau to Hong Kong service operates from 9am to 10:30pm. Hong Kong to Macau service operates from 9:30am to 10:59pm. There are three companies operating between Macau and Hong Kong. TurboJET - Between Hong Kong Island and Macau, sailing every 15 minutes and journey time is approximately 60 minutes. CotaiJET: Between Hong Kong Island and Taipa, sailing every 30 minutes and journey time is approximately 60 minutes. First Ferry: Between Kowloon Peninsula and Macau, sailing every 30 minutes and journey time is approximately 75 minutes.
Banquets & Meetings
Our three function rooms are conveniently located on the same floor; our main space is a sleek modern design with expansive sea views.
Fine Dining on Site
Vida Rica Restaurant and Bar are spectacularly chic venues with panoramic views of the South China Sea and Nam Van lake.
25 metre heated outdoor pool.
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental is a healing sanctuary with soothing views over the sea.
International casinos are minutes walk from our hotel.
Macau is a highly popular golfing destination in the region and facilities are first class. Our Concierge has excellent Golf recommendations.
Hotel is connected directly to the prestigious One Central, home to the chicest boutiques.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Meeting Space
- - Disabled Access
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Child Programs
- - Pool, Outdoor
- - Spa Facility
- - Casino Gambling
- - Golf Driving Range
- - Golfing
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
Karl Lagerfeld and Tommy Hilfiger Have Designs on Hotels
Karl Lagerfeld and Tommy Hilfiger Have Designs on HotelsRead more >>
Image of the Day: Venetian Macao Resort Hotel
Image of the Day: Venetian Macao Resort HotelRead more >>