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Want to top off your treatment at Altira Spa with a bite to eat? You’ll have six different spots to choose from right at the Altira Macau hotel, home to this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star spa.
The best might be Aurora, where you’ll enjoy sophisticated award-winning Italian cuisine from executive chef Michelle dell’ Aquila in a stylish setting. Five-course menus cost HK$774, or HK$1,056 with optional wine pairings.
Altira Macau’s Japanese restaurant Tenmasa also has set dinners (HK$388) and serves some of the best tempura in town, while the menu at Kira features a variety of pan-Asian dishes and includes a buffet-style spread for HK$570 that includes bottomless pours of beer, wine and sake. Ying serves traditional Chinese cuisine – the dim sum is highly recommended – while Monsoon is the hotel’s 24-hour diner at the casino.
Finally, if light bites and cocktails after a luxurious body massage sounds appealing, head upstairs to swanky 38 Lounge, one of our favorite rooftop locales in Macau.
With five restaurants at Altira Macau — ranging from casual dining to fine dining — you don’t have to go far from Altira Spa to satisfy your appetite. In addition to Aurora, our signature Italian fine dining restaurant, you can chose from Kira, Tenmasa, Ying and Monsoon, each with its own unique cuisine.