The lavish 35-storey MGM casino resort cuts a striking wave-shaped glass-fronted beacon on the Macau skyline, overlooking the South China Sea. Set next to the Nam Van Lake, just a few minutes’ walk from the Casino Lisboa, and 2km form the Macau Tower Observation Building, the MGM is set in the heart of this amazing city, just 15 minutes’ from the international airport, and five minutes form the Macau Ferry Terminal.
The spacious elegant air-conditioned rooms range from studios to suites, all offering splendid panoramic views of the city or the South China Sea through floor-to-ceiling windows. Plush comfortable furnishings in neutral calm tones create a restful atmosphere – relax on your comfortable sofa with a drink from your well-stocked minibar and watch a film on the 46-inch flat screen TV with cable and movie channels. Villas are accessed by private entrance, and have one or two bedrooms, kitchenettes and even entertainment rooms with karaoke facilities, if that’s your thing. There is complimentary internet access too, Sumptuous bathrooms feature rain showers and separate soaking tubs and signature bath and body products.
The MGM is more of a town within a hotel than the other way round – in other words you don’t have to go anywhere else for your entertainment. For relaxing there is a rooftop pool complete with palm trees, where you can soak up the sun. Work out in the gym, or indulge yourself in the Tria spa with hamman, vitality pool, and a laconium with loungers, chairs and foot baths, and the extensive menu of facials on offer will ensure you are looking your best. You don’t even have to go far for some retail therapy, since MGM offers a selection of swanky boutiques, including Hublot, Rolex, Swarovski and Coach, as well as the 200,000 sq ft department store One Central, offering some of the most glamorous brands in the world. And of course MGM offers a team of experts to plan events for all occasions, from weddings to conferences. Meanwhile outside the whole glittering world of Macau awaits – and of course the hotel will help you plan trips and excursions.
MGM offers something to suit all tastes, from French cuisine and delicious afternoon tea at Aux Beaux Arts, Cantonese dishes at Imperial Court, and international buffet menus at Rossio – fish lovers should try the grilled swordfish or lobster. The MGM Pastry bar offers drinks and dreamy sweet treats, while the Aba bar is a cool spot to sip a glass of champagne - from a St Louis crystal flute of course, or chill out with a ciocktail and tapas.
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