Galaxy Hotel

An out-of-this-world Cotai Strip property
Located on the glamorous Cotai Strip, Galaxy Hotel is one of the three hotels in the Galaxy Macau entertainment complex. Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Galaxy Hotel aims to provide world-class service with a generous heart. Besides its 1,500 carefully decorated rooms and suites, Galaxy Hotel boasts a jaw-dropping Grand Resort Deck with the world’s largest skytop wave pool, a heated lap pool and outdoor Jacuzzis, private cabanas and a fully equipped gym.

After pampering yourself on the Grand Resort Deck or in the privacy of your suite, enjoy an Italian dinner at the signature restaurant Terrazza, perhaps followed by rare spirits at the first Macallan Whisky bar—such as the Scotch aged for 57 years presented in a sumptuous Lalique crystal decanter. Continue your night of extravagance and opulence at China Rouge, an exclusive 1930s Shanghai-inspired private club—it’s all possible at Galaxy Hotel.
Our Inspector's Highlights
• Galaxy Hotel is located on Taipa Island at the glitzy and glamorous Cotai Strip, which is arguably Macau’s most dynamic spot.

• The hotel is within the Galaxy Macau resort, while just a five-minute walk from more quiet Old Taipa village which houses several Chinese temples and other architectural examples of Macau’s rich Chinese-Portuguese blend.

• Galaxy Macau’s major draw is its casino floor with 600 gaming tables and 1,500 slot machines catering to everyone from the casual gamblers to the high-rolling players from mainland, Hong Kong and abroad.

• Besides gaming, the Grand Resort Deck offers guests a 4,000-square-meter wave pool, a 2,000-square-meter white sand beach, and five additional swimming pools across the three hotels: Galaxy, Okura and Banyan Tree.
Things to Know
• Galaxy Hotel is conveniently located a 10-minute drive by car or bus from Macau International Airport and Taipa Ferry Terminal and just 15 to 20 minutes from the Macau Ferry Terminal and heliport.

• Except for the casino floor, nearly all parts of the hotel welcome families. Expect to see a fair number of little ones running round the complex, especially in the summer when the outdoor water facilities are fully open.

• With a kids’ pool and Jacuzzi, and the Kids’ Island with the supervised Playzone and video arcade, parents don’t need to worry about how to entertain their brood as they enjoy the more grown-up hotel amenities.

• Although not in the Galaxy hotel proper, just across the building is the Banyan Tree spa with 21 beautifully appointed treatment rooms to soothe the psyche of even the most harried hotel guest. Expect Asian-inspired treatments to help you relax and revitalize.
The Rooms
• The spacious guest rooms at Galaxy Macau combine clean contemporary design with neutral colors and large windows that look over the beautifully lit Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel.

• The combination of golden and earth-toned accents on the bed and walls, with the sleek furniture selection, modern artwork and Asian décor details, all create a resort atmosphere that’s harmonious with the rest of the Galaxy hotel.

• Almost all the guest rooms in the hotel also feature walk-in stone showers and a separate deep baths that have a window looking onto the bedroom.

• When you hop out the bath or shower, a plush bathrobe and 100 percent cotton bath linens are waiting to swaddle you in comfort.

• The rooms are tech friendly: free Wi-Fi as well as fast in-room, plug-in connectivity, a 42-inch, LCD flat-screen TV with satellite channels and movies on demand, as well as an iPod dock next to the bed.
The Restaurants
• The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel's signature restaurant — Terrazza — is an open kitchen inspired by authentic Tuscan cuisine with some touches from southern coastal regions. Try the antipasti plates with cured meats and cheeses, the super crusty and thin pizzas and the creamy tiramisu for dessert.

• Festiva is an all-day buffet restaurant featuring a wide selection of Asian and international dishes.

• For those craving sweet creations, Cascades offers French-inspired cakes that can be enjoyed with a cup of delicious Chinese tea or coffee.

• Pak Lok offers Chiu Chow cuisine, while Myung Ga was specially created for Korean food lovers.

• Spice Garden specializes in flavors from Northern India and Lugang Café is a sleek combination of a Taiwanese dinner and dessert lounge.
Getting There
Galaxy Hotel, Galaxy Macau, Cotai, Macau
MFM (4-8 min)  
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