|Most expensive month:||September|
|Average price in Macau:||£175/night|
|Cheapest price found:||£15/night|
|Most expensive day:||Monday|
Golden Crown China Hotel
Opposite To The Macau International, Macau
Best prices found by HotelsCombined users in the past 24 hours.
While Macau is famous for its world-class casinos, venturing beyond the slot machines rewards visitors with a rich history, culture and a tantalising local food scene. Get lost in colourful fishing villages, peer into centuries-old churches and discover the city’s rich Portuguese heritage.
Macau lives up to its reputation as the “Vegas of China”, with dozens of neon-lit casinos to discover. Most are located on Cotai, a glamourous pocket of the Macau Peninsula where you’ll find iconic establishments like The Parisian, The Venetian and MGM Cotai. Gaze up at a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower, make a splash in the indoor water park and dress up for a night of dazzling live entertainment.
Macau was ruled by the Portuguese for more than three centuries and has retained much of its European charm. Strolling around the UNESCO World Heritage city, you’ll see handsome colonial architecture, colourful mosaic tiles and bakeries selling mouth-watering Portuguese egg tarts.
Venture south and you’ll find the pocket-sized island of Taipa. You can wander around the picturesque streets and admire the beautifully restored Macanese houses. Nearby, the laid-back island of Coloane is anchored by a charming village laced with cobbled alleyways.
Food is a highlight in most Asian countries and Macau doesn’t disappoint. Save your appetite for crispy pork buns, spicy chicken curry and “minchi” ground beef stir fry served with diced potatoes, onions and soy sauce. For dessert, indulge in “serradura” pudding made with whipped cream and crushed biscuits.
From Baroque gems to Jesuit masterpieces, Macau is dotted with beautiful historic buildings. The Ruins of the Church of St Paul date back to the 17th century and feature evocative stone carvings and statues. Head up to Guia Fortress & Chapel to explore the ancient stronghold and for sweeping views over the city.
Much of Macau is easy to get around on foot while metered taxis are a good way to get from A to B. You can also ride local buses or hail a pedicab tricycle. Flights arrive at Macau International Airport on the island of Taipa.
Cotai, Macau Peninsula, and Taipa are some of the most favoured places to stay in Macau.
One of the most popular hotels in Macau is Sheraton Grand Macao, which has been reviewed by 2,922 users and currently has a rating of 8.4/10. Other top-rated locations include Grand Hyatt Macau and Conrad Macao, which have received 9.0/10 and 9.2/10 ratings from our users, respectively.
Sheraton Grand Macao is a popular hotel near Cotai Strip that is highly recommended, with a score of 8.4 across 2,922 reviews.
Sheraton Grand Macao is a hotel near Venetian Macao Casino that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.4 from 2,922 reviews.
A good hotel near Nobre de Carvalho Bridge is Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau, which has been rated 8.8/10 by 1,767 HotelsCombined user reviews.
Hotels in Macau cost an average of £75/night according to HotelsCombined data in the last 72 hours. A 4- or 5-star hotel in Macau had higher average prices of £61/night and £135/night, respectively.
Prices for Macau hotels have been found for as low as £10/night over the last 3 days.
Users have found prices for hotels in Macau tonight starting as low as £10, rising to an average cost of £75, based on searches in the last 72 hours. Prices start from £19 for a 4-star hotel in Macau for tonight.