Altira Macau

The Altira Macau is a 5 star luxury hotel that calls Taipa Island home. Formerly known as the Crown Macau, it underwent a name change when the Crown Towers Macau opened in 2009 as part of the renowned City of Dreams entertainment complex. The Altira Macau itself opened in 2007, and it didn’t take very long for it to start gaining high honors. Suffice it to say that those who wish to indulge in luxurious accommodations during their Macau visit will want to keep the Altira Hotel in mind.

Altira Macau Lobby
Altira Macau Lobby

Among the things that the former Crown Macau is known for are its spa and its general health facilities. Health facility highlights include an immaculate infinity-edge pool that is housed in a room with floor-to-ceiling windows. The views of the Macau peninsula that can be enjoyed by swimmers are nothing short of spectacular. Other features of the general pool facility include a bar and an outdoor terrace. As for the Altira Macau spa, it prides itself on using natural ingredients and aims to both replenish and invigorate its guests. Spa facilities include vitality pools, steam rooms, an ice fountain, saunas, and Rasul and experience showers. Complementing the spa and the infinity-edge pool at the Altira Macau is a state-of-the-art fitness center that is staffed with expert trainers who can help guests make the most of their workouts.

Altira Macau Couples Massage
Altira Macau Couples Massage

As is true of other top rated Macau hotels, the Altira offers a variety of facilities that guests can take advantage of when they aren’t relaxing in their well-outfitted rooms. These facilities include four restaurants, a chic lounge, and two bars. Being that Macau is a major Southeast Asia gambling hot spot, the Altira Hotel also provides its guests with gaming facilities. The onsite casino is open 24 hours a day and boasts a healthy collection of gaming tables to go with its numerous gaming machines.

Those who choose to include a stay at the Altira Macau in their China tours can expect to enjoy what amounts to some of the best accommodations in all of Asia. In each of the 216 units, a chic and modern decor awaits. In relation to standard in-room amenities, they include large plasma TVs, floor-to-ceiling windows, stocked mini fridges, and spacious bathrooms that feature such things as LCD TVs, special Japanese-style showers, and stone-crafted tubs. Suites are available at the Altira Macau for those who desire added space, as are amazing villa rooms that take things even further. The villas offer either one or two bedrooms and feature such added delights as a jetted tub, a steam room, a well-equipped kitchenette, and a state-of-the-art sound system.

While booking a stay, future Altira Macau guests are encouraged to keep the hotel’s special offers in mind. These package deals come in different forms and can serve to help guests maximize their overall lodging experience. Among the things that are commonly included in the Altira Macau lodging packages are breakfast, complimentary internet service, and limousine service.

As for those travelers who might be wondering how to get to the Altira Macau Hotel, it is only ten minutes from the Macau Airport and the Macau Ferry Terminal. Also within a ten-minute trip is the Macau Lotus Bridge Border and Taipa Ferry Terminal, and it is only fifteen minutes to the Border Gate. Guests who don’t end up booking a package deal that includes a limousine transfer can pay extra for such transfers.

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