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Unfortunately, guest rooms at Altira Macau do not have terraces, but this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel still has plenty of breezy outdoor spaces to enjoy.
The fine-dining Italian restaurant Aurora is connected to a lovely open-air patio, where you can indulge a decadent five-course menu with wine pairings in a romantic setting for HK$1,056 (US$136) per person. 38 Lounge, the hotel’s appropriately named rooftop bar, also has a wonderfully secluded outdoor space where you can sip any one of the 38 wines, 38 whiskies, 38 cognacs or 38 single malts available. The Japanese-fusion restaurant Kira offers outdoor seating as well.
You’ll also find a small sunning terrace just off the luxury Macau hotel's breathtaking indoor infinity pool, but if you’re looking for a bigger sunbathing spot, just head to sister property Crown Towers, where all Altira Macau guests can enjoy complimentary access to the hotel’s large outdoor pool.