I like exploring different Hotels and I sleep way better than at my apartment in HK side. Half of my budget per month is probably spent on Hotels. This time around and thanks to Skyscape Magazine for helping to organize, we secured a Grand Suite Room at the Grand Hyatt Macau to stay. The weekday room rate is surprisingly affordable – just under MOP $2,000 at $1,788 this time of the year. Weekends command a slightly higher price closer to the $3,000 – $4,000 mark. But for the large room size which can easily fit in 3-4 people, it is to me still a bargain and the rooms are relatively clean compared to some competition.
Such a large Bed and Room -
I can finally relax here
A Nespresso Capsule Machine with Chinese Tea Leaves -
Good for relaxing the soul..
Sofa and Lounge is so Huge here -
I should invite more guests next time.
The 37th Club Lounge area -
Exclusive to certain levels of Hotel patrons
Interesting. Traditional Cantonese Dim Sum Cart here -
The Conpoy Sticky rice and the Chives Prawn Dumplings were good, so were the Aged Tangerine Peel Beef Balls.
Croissant, Spring Rolls, Cheung Fan with XO Sauce, Salted Duck Egg -
I think I am being too well-fed after just waking up. Good thing is this breakfast lasts until 11am, slightly later than the norm of 10am.
Peking Duck beneath at Beijing Kitchen -
Don’t miss out dining at Beijing Kitchen below… Probably one of the best Beijing style kitchens outside of Beijing itself I have visited. I literally dream about coming back here every week, but that is my secret wish un be known to others. Actually, I will be back here again soon due to Family Pressure : ) See my most recent Review too as to why, if you are interested ( http://www.hkepicurus.com/2015/12/beijing-kitchen-peking-food-and-date.html )
The Poolside Area. With Heated Pool -
I wonder if I can still float after a couple of big meals!
Hotel & Breakfast Food: ♕♕♕♕ 1/2 to ♕♕♕♕♕
Address: 路氹城連貫公路新濠天地澳門君悅酒店 37 樓
37/F, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Cotai, Macau
Ph: +853 8868 1930