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Though you can sip spirits at any of the Altira Macau hotel’s four signature restaurants, if you’d like to cap off your visit to Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Altira Spa with a cocktail or glass of wine we recommend heading upstairs to chic 38 Lounge.
You’ll enjoy sweeping views of the Macau Peninsula from this rooftop bar, which features beautifully designed indoor and outdoor spaces and live music some nights of the week. A two-for-one happy hour is offered on weekdays, and light tapas bites such as a smoked salmon roll and broiled scallops with soy are also available. We also love that, true to its name, the lounge’s menu has 38 different single malts, 38 cognacs, 38 whiskies and 38 wines by the glass.
Post-Gold Treatment or a Rebalance massage, take an extended break and head to one of the various bars for a drink around Altira Spa. There are two major areas that are populated with bars: the stretch on Avenida Sun Yat Sen close to the Kum Iam Statue and the Fisherman’s Wharf on the Outer Harbor. Avenida Sun Yat Sen draws crowds where you can drink, eat and watch live performances. The Fisherman’s Wharf is a unique themed boutique casino only a five-minute walk from the Macau-HK Ferry Terminal. When you want to spend your night sipping drinks at an upscale lounge, try the swanky Veuve Clicquot Lounge in the MGM Grand Macau. With low lighting and limited edition “Love” seats designed by Karim Rashid, experience the “Champagne lifestyle” as you drink your glass of bubbly.