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|November||Cheapest month to stay with an average 16% drop in price.|
|January||Most expensive month to stay with an average 17% rise in price.|
Average price (weeknight)
|S$ 259||Average Sun - Thu price over the last 2 weeks.|
Average price (weekend night)
|S$ 340||Average Fri & Sat price over the last 2 weeks.|
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- If you want to experience the glitz and glamour of Macau, the Vegas of Asia, The St. Regis Macao hotel located in Cotai Central is a great option. Being one of the most centrally located Hotels in Macau, it is within walking distance to a myriad of dining options, over 600 exclusive shops, nightlife and 24-hour entertainment like Cirque du Soleil or Mariah Carey live.
- For the business tourist who doesn’t want to be far from the hustle and the bustle of the city either, The Four Seasons hotel Macao on the Cotai Strip is the perfect fit. They have meeting rooms to accommodate anywhere from 60 to 400 people and they tailor your conferences for you to the minutest detail.
- The Venetian Macao Resort hotel, also on the Cotai Strip, boasts one of the largest casinos in the world. As soon as you enter the hotel lobby, you are hit by splendour. Another popular casino hotel in Macau is the Broadway hotel in Cotai. Both these hotels have on-site casinos.
- If you are more interested in exploring the history and culture of Macau and are on a budget, then The Emperor hotel in the Macau Peninsula, also called the entertainment district, is right for you. It’s no more than 20 minutes walking distance to Senado Square, Ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Museum of Macau and many more tourist attractions. It offers free parking too.
- The foodies out there should consider staying at the Landmark hotel, also in the Macau Peninsula. It is surrounded by restaurants and cafes, ranging from casual to formal, and serves cuisines from all over the world. Rua do Cunha, a narrow street where you can try all the local delicacies is only a 13-minute walk away. This street is also well-known for its Portuguese restaurants.
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