Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip

The Cotai Strip's urban oasis
In a city of glitz and glam, Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip is a breath of elegant, subdued relief. Instead of flashing lights, casino noise and gold plated everything, you’ll find a light, airy sprawling hotel whose décor is a sophisticated blend of Portuguese old-world refinement dotted with Asian antiques culled directly from Macau.

The spacious rooms at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel are beyond comfortable and stocked with luxe amenities. Dining options run from traditional Cantonese (Zi Yat Heen) to Portuguese/Macanese (Belcancao).

If you’re in Macau to gamble, you do so at the adjacent casino. Otherwise, spend the day shopping at the upscale Shoppes at Four Seasons, or retreat to the lushly landscaped pool or the expansive spa.
Our Inspector's Highlights
• The Four Seasons offers a quiet refuge from the bustling Macao nightlife, but just steps away you’ll find the Venetian Macao, Cotai Strip, which features 1,000,000 square feet of shopping at the Grand Canal Shoppes, plus Cirque du Soleil and access to gondola rides.

• Sun worshippers, rejoice: the Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip offers five outdoor pools, including two shallow family pools and one lagoon.

• The family-friendly hotel offers a host of pint-sized amentities for little ones. They’ll enjoy special welcome gifts, kid-sized bathrobes, children’s menus and dedicated activities throughout your stay.

• Opt for an exclusive Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip spa experience with a signature ritual using crushed diamonds and ylang-ylang oil to rejuvenate your body and mind.
Things to Know
• A special kid’s spa menu allows little ones to be pampered too with fruity facials and gentle massages.

• Need to grab a workout? The Macao hotel’s 24-hour gym offers a wide variety of cardio equipment, free weights and a yoga/Pilates studio.

• The property is conveniently located near many of the area's major ports of entry: Hengqin Lotus Border Gate (eight minutes); Taipa Ferry Terminal (10 minutes); Macau Ferry Terminal (15-20 minutes); and Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (50 minutes).
The Rooms
• Bright and airy guest rooms feature high ceilings and city or pool views, so you never feel cramped.

• Neutral tones of ivory and cram with chestnut brown accents create a feeling of elegance and comfort.

• Enjoy a 55-inch LED TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, a private refrigerated bar as well as coffee and tea making facilities.

• Pamper yourself in your comfortable marble bathroom with double vanity, deep soaking tub, separate walk-in rain shower and LCD television.
The Restaurants
• Zi Yat Heen, which is open daily for lunch and dinner, serves traditional Cantonese cuisine like dim sum and teas, with an emphasis on fresh seafood.

• The Five-Star hotel also celebrates Macau’s Portuguese past with special Macanese dishes at Belcanção, a buffet with a central open kitchen and live cooking stations, plus a special treat-heavy kid’s section.

• If you're looking for a more casual spot, head to Splash, where you can dine on salads, fish and grilled meats for lunch inside or out.

• A delightful afternoon tea is served at Windows, a lounge styled as a Victorian-era European living room. Kids can enjoy this affair as well with child-friendly food and drink options.
Getting There
Estrada da BaÍa de N. Senhora da Esperança, S/N, Taipa, Macau
MFM (4-6 min)  
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