Star Tower at Studio City Macau

Flashy cinematic flair in Macau
Studio City Macau made its debut in the fall of 2015 with a red carpet event that welcomed Hollywood movie stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro and director Martin Scorsese, and big-screen effects are exactly what this Cotai mega-resort is all about.

Unabashedly jutting up into Macau’s skyline, Studio City is a flashy, cinema-themed behemoth with just about any entertainment option you can think of — the luxurious Star Tower hotel, concert venues, magic shows, a 4D Batman ride, some 30 restaurants, a white-sand beach and pool, a sprawling spa and, believe it or not, a whole lot more.
Our Inspector's Highlights
• Designed by acclaimed architect Gary Goddard, the Macau hotel complex has three main entryways — each with its own dramatic facade.

• Between the hotel’s two towers is the iconic Golden Reel, a figure eight Ferris wheel that offers 360-degree views across the Cotai Strip and beyond.

• The 376,700-square-foot The Boulevard is sight to behold featuring international luxury labels such as Prada, Gucci, Valentino and Macau’s first Balmain all centered around Studio City’s own Times Square, complete with flashing neon signage and contemporary tunes to match.

• The enormous pool deck offers a RiverScape encircling two large pools, myriad Jacuzzis, private cabanas, a pool bar and even a white sand beach.

• Thrill seekers can check out the Batman Dark Flight 4D adventure, Golden Reel, Warner Bros. Fun Zone (designed for kiddos) and The House of Magic.
Things to Know
• The expansive Zensa Spa does indeed offer a quiet corner (on the third floor of the Star Tower) in the otherwise busy resort complex.

• Since this is Macau, there is a glitzy casino — decked in gold and red — where you can try your luck at gaming tables or high-tech slots.

• Pacha Macau is a large nightclub with visiting DJs, a dance floor and a large outdoor terrace. The enormous Studio City Event Center hosts international concerts and sporting events.
The Rooms
• Studio City has nearly 1,600 rooms across two distinct towers — the Celebrity Tower and the Star Tower — ranging from 452 to 1,991 square feet.

• The all-suite Star Tower is the more luxurious of the two, featuring spacious rooms (they start at over 600 square feet) marble bathrooms with walk-in rain showers, Nespresso machines, floor-to-ceiling windows, access to a private club lounge and a slew of complimentary perks.

• The look of the Star Tower rooms is thoroughly contemporary with a minimalistic vibe and lots of black, gray and white with pops of gold accents.

• Celebrity Tower rooms have a warmer vibe with muted reds, blues and warm-wood furniture; cinematic touches like film scrolls ensure you won’t forget where you are.
The Restaurants
• This larger-than-life address is home to more than 30 food and beverage outlets.

• Highlights include sophisticated Cantonese restaurant Pearl Dragon, innovative Shanghainese at playful Shanghai Magic and Japanese restaurant Hide Yamamoto.

• An indoor Macau Gourmet Walk is devoted to casual local staples and designed to mimic the region’s spiraling tile sidewalks with Old World Chinese accents throughout.

• If you can’t make up your mind, just make your way to Spotlight. This Art Deco, cinema-themed eatery serves elaborate buffets all day long offering an array of international cuisine, fresh seafood and delicate desserts.
Getting There
Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macau
MFM (6-8 min)   HKG  
Star Tower at Studio City Macau
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