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From the moment guests set foot in any of Hotel Okura Macau’s 488 guest rooms, they see the principles of minimalist Japanese design at work. Accents like Japanese screens, bamboo-inspired hand-tufted rugs and warm soji-paper lighting are combined with design features like simple modern lines, light wood, silk and stone fixtures. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel's rooms are built to let light flow in, creating a comfortable and serene atmosphere, and well-planned bathrooms highlight the hotel’s attention to detail.
The inviting natural stone, glass and wood bathroom is one of the most spacious areas of the guest room, and the majority of bathrooms in the rooms integrate modern technology like 17-inch LCD TVs and include separate deep tub and rain shower. In the suites, bathrooms also offer in-room sauna, Jacuzzi and steam room, along with the popular heated toilet.
You’ll find that each of the 488 rooms at Hotel Okura Macau is an opulent blend of traditional Asian motifs and materials and modern amenities. Rooms are all done in neutral tones and have a harmonious and well-designed floor plans. Bathrooms are swathed in stone and feature LCD TV screens, separate tubs and rain showers If you stay in one of the 59 suites at Hotel Okura Macau, you’ll find that some suites come with their own saunas and steam room. Suite guests will also enjoy Yukata night robes, which are Japanese pajamas, state-of-the-art Japanese Washlet heated toilets, special pillows, shoe shine and nightly turndown service with origami goodnight wish.
All the rooms are designed with a calming allure given by exquisitely elegant sculptures and paintings. Beds are swathed in 400-thread-count cotton sheets and silk bed covers that add a sense of luxe and refinement to your sleep time.