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At Altira Macau, the room design is more like a modern, urban cabin than a standard hotel guest room. The earth-tone color scheme and the generally cozy ambiance will suck you in and make you want to stay inside during your trip to the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel. In the room, amid the hardwoods and natural hues, you’ll see a gold velvet couch on a cushy chocolate carpet facing the floor-to-ceiling view of the South China Sea. Even though you’ll feel the need to sit down and take in the vista immediately, we recommend checking out the amazing bathroom, with the deep, circular Japanese-style tub, stone walls and the walk-in closet. California-based designer Peter Remedios gets credit for the sleek space; he’s a veteran in creating beautiful hotel and resort interiors, including the Four Seasons New York and the Landmark Oriental.
Elsewhere in the luxury Macau hotel, the spa, lobby and restaurants carry the same naturally modern style. From the outside, the walls incorporate a special architectural light feature, which creates a jaw-dropping show. The 38th-floor lobby is also a unique design choice, and it offers breathtaking views. You’ll have a hard time deciding whether to stay here and take in the vistas or see them from your own luxe room.
At Altira Macau, the style is all in the detail. Created by the world-renowned interior designer Peter Remédios (whose work includes The Landmark Mandarin Oriental in Hong Kong, Grand Hyatt Tokyo and Four Seasons Hotel New York), our luxury hotel combines comfort with a contemporary style. Our guestrooms are scattered with various Asian touches, such as the giant Japanese-style circular bathtub and minimalist feel. Featuring sleek furnishings and warm, welcoming color palettes, our hotel gives guests the ultimate luxury in a spacious and elegant environment. The views at the hotel are the focal point � we made sure that all of the rooms and public spaces feature enough window space to show you impeccable views of the Macau peninsula and the South China Sea. Whether you’re dining in one of our restaurants or getting ready in your room, you can’t miss the sight to be seen outside.