Grand Lisboa Hotel

Glitz and glam in Macau

Grand Lisboa Hotel is visible from miles away — the striking facade, known for its flower-like shape, towers above Macau’s skyline in the heart of the city. Just a short walk from the historic district of Senado Square, part of the UNESCO-listed historic center of Macau, the property sits in a prime location with panoramic views from nearly every room.

A destination in itself, the stunning stay boasts 430 rooms, an art gallery in the lobby, a temperature-controlled outdoor pool, a two-story spa and a collection of some of Macau’s most celebrated restaurants. Choose from exquisite dim sum at The Eight to French fine dining at Robuchon au Dôme, where one of the best views in the city awaits from its perch on the 43rd floor.

Every guest room reflects the opulent atmosphere — expect gold accents, large windows and plush bedding — as well as spacious walk-in showers with jets, deep bathtubs and luxurious amenities to help you relax after a long day on the city’s famed gaming floors.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • The lobby is much more than a place to check in. A stroll through this ground-floor destination rewards you with a look at rare Chinese jade sculptures, silk screens and precious gemstones.
  • The Macau hotel is home to several top restaurants, including The Eight, where you’ll find impeccable Cantonese cuisine. In addition to offering a wide array of international flavors, the dining venues at Grand Lisboa share a jaw-dropping wine cellar stocked with more than 16,800 labels.
  • A mainstay on the Macau entertainment circuit for the past 40 years, Crazy Paris Show promises an eclectic evening out. Held each night at the Grand Lisboa, the mesmerizing performance offers French cancan, pole dancing, Indian dances and more.
  • Be sure to set aside an afternoon to indulge at the spa. This urban sanctuary stretches across 10,000 square feet — and two dedicated floors — with 11 treatment rooms, beautiful white gold mosaic walls and special Vichy shower experiences.
  • Surrounded by Roman columns, the high-end hotel’s outdoor pool is another perk — you can swim among skyscrapers year-round in the temperature-controlled water.

Things to Know

  • There’s a free shuttle between the Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal and the hotel every 15 to 20 minutes. Should you be looking to splurge, the Grand Lisboa also offers private transfers in a Jaguar or Bentley — not to mention guided private tours around town in these swanky rides, too.
  • Some of the rooms allow smoking, so be sure to request accommodations according to your personal preference.
  • Thanks to the property’s central location, you can explore many of Macau’s historic highlights — from the Ruins of St Paul’s to the Guia Fortress — on foot.

The Rooms

  • Among the most spacious in Macau, the rooms at the Grand Lisboa start at 516 square feet, while the premier corner rooms offer a palatial 3,670 square feet of space.
  • Instead of cookie-cutter designs, each room category has its own style. The Lake View Rooms, for example, feature pops of bright red, regal wrap-around headboards and soothing shades of gold and brown.
  • The sumptuous spa-inspired bathrooms each include a Turkish steam bath, a spacious rain shower, a Jacuzzi and built-in-mirror TVs that you can watch from the comfort of your tub.
  • To get the most out of your stay, book one of the luxury hotel’s exclusive corner rooms or suites that come decked out with private saunas and garden terraces.

The Restaurants

  • Hidden down a serene hallway and outfitted with fortuitous details such as lucky goldfish silk screens and a figure-eight-inspired seating arrangement, The Eight offers a sublime take on contemporary Cantonese cuisine. While dinner is always spectacular, lunch is the real showstopper, when more than 40 kinds of dim sum on offer.
  • For classic French fare in an opulent environment, take the elevator up to the 43rd floor to indulge in Robuchon au Dôme — it’s situated inside the hotel’s crowning glass ceiling. By day, you’ll enjoy sweeping views over the entire peninsula, but come sundown this is a perfect date night spot thanks to sparkling Swarovski chandeliers, Riedel glassware and platinum-rimmed plates.
  • More casual bites can be found at Casa Don Alfonso, a homey Italian restaurant that serves up authentic Neapolitan-style pizza, enormous salami calzones and excellent Negronis to boot.
  • If you’re craving a juicy steak, The Kitchen will please with amazing cuts from around the world — from Japan wagyu to U.S. prime beef.

24-hour room service
Babysitting services
Fitness classes
House car
Indoor pool
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Getting There
Avenida de Lisboa, Macau, CN
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