Does Altira Macau offer in-room DVD players or video game systems?

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If you should desire a DVD player during your stay at Altira Macau, you won’t be disappointed — the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel offers DVD players upon request. You’ll probably want to bring your favorite movies (or your children’s favorite movies), though. Every room at the luxury Macau hotel has at least one 42-inch flat screen plasma television with 52 channels. Rooms are cozy and well-designed to the extent that you certainly will feel like you are at home and might feel a tug to stay in, order room service and curl up to a good movie. However, who needs a TV and DVD player when you have uninterrupted views of the South China Sea, gorgeous restaurants and an award-winning spa at your fingertips?

Traveling with a family can be tiresome, especially when you have younger kids running around. If they’re not worn out after a long day of sightseeing, you can call down to the concierge and request a DVD player or video game system. Planting the kids in front of a screen isn’t always a bad thing, especially if you’re trying to rush and get ready for dinner. But to be fair, DVD players and video game systems aren’t solely for kids — we understand that adults might want to play a quick game in the room before seeing friends for dinner or heading out to a business meeting. Whether you’re a kid or an adult, we’ll be happy to send additional technology up to your room.

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