What are the bathrooms like at Altira Macau?

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The designer bathrooms in Altira Macau’s guest rooms are a big part of what make stays at this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel such a relaxing experience.
 
We loved the rain shower, but the huge, stone Japanese-style tub is the inviting centerpiece. It’s plenty big enough for stretching out and indulging a long, luxurious salt or bubble bath. Well-positioned LCD televisions built into the bathroom mirror can be easily seen and heard from both the shower and the tub. The toilet is located in a separate room, and a double vanity allows you and your companion to freshen up at the same time. Twice-daily housekeeping keeps the bathroom stocked with high-quality Etienne Aigner bath products.
 
Suite and villa bathrooms at this luxury Macau hotel seem to stretch on for miles, with a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, spacious double vanity, gigantic soaking tub and separate walk-in shower. Villa bathrooms, which come with Acqua di Parma bath products, are practically mini-gyms, with a steam room, Jacuzzi and, yes, personal treadmill. You can also personalize your experience by requesting special toiletries or even monogrammed towels and robes in advance.

Altira Macau Premier Suite Bathroom© The Five Star Travel Corporation

Take one step into the bathrooms at Altira Macau and you will be instantly transported into a calming environment filled with sleek wood finishes, white stone and undeniable luxury. Our bathrooms come fully equipped with a show-stopping circular soaking Japanese-style tub, making it easy to slip in and immerse yourself in the serenity that surrounds you. If you prefer an in-and-out bathing experience, try the rain shower with a contemporary wood floor. Both the tub and the shower are behind the same enclosed glass, and we’ve included a flat-screen TV mounted into the vanity, which you can see and listen to while you’re washing off. The toilets are also in a separate room, creating a sense of privacy during your stay.

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