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Although Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central technically doesn’t have any proper restaurants of its own, it does offer the Pool Café and the Holiday Inn Lobby Lounge. Open from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., the lounge provides a full menu of items, such as wild mushroom soup, penne and grilled vegetable pasta, warm apple pie and more. From 3 to 6 p.m., a choice of Spanish or English afternoon tea is served with items such as Spanish crumble cakes and Scottish shortbread, respectively. The tea selection includes oolong, green, black, red and white. And while there are tons of cocktails, try the Holiday Inn’s signature mocktail — the Rose Punch. It’s a tasty blend of orange, mango, pineapple and guava juices with Sprite and grenadine.
Since the Macau hotel is located within the Sands Cotai Central Complex, you also can choose to eat at several other restaurants, such as Dynasty 8 (Conrad Macao, Cotai Central’s signature Chinese eatery) and Bene (Sheraton Macao Hotel Cotai Central’s Italian spot). A special perk for Holiday Inn guests is that they are able to charge restaurant bills from the Sands Cotai Central complex to their rooms.