City of Dreams Macau

City of Dreams
City of Dreams

City of Dreams Macau is multifaceted to say the least. Opened in 2009, this podium-style complex features hotels, shops, theaters, a lively nightclub, and a variety of other attractions that cater largely to tourists and anyone else who is looking to be entertained. Being that Macau is such a gambling hotspot, a large casino is among the other notable City of Dreams attractions, and serving as a complement is another smaller hotel casino where visitors can also try their gaming luck.

The renowned Cotai Strip is where you will find the City of Dreams complex. That puts the mega-sized property in the heart of Macau’s casino and tourism district. In other words, those who choose to stay at one of the City of Dreams hotels should have little trouble finding ways to stay entertained. In addition to gambling and shopping, it is possible to check out a virtual aquarium, take in a mesmerizing show at one of the resident theaters, or dance the night away at Club Cubic. Numerous eateries are also on hand to take care of visitors’ food and beverage needs, and families with kids are sure to appreciate the Kid’s City facilities. As for the City of Dreams hotels, they occupy the complex’s four main towers and understandably figure among the most popular hotels in Macau.

Hard Rock Hotel Macau

Hard Rock Hotel Macau
Hard Rock Hotel Macau

Trendy and stylish are two words that could be used to describe the Hard Rock Hotel Macau. One of the three hotels that can be found at City of Dreams, this chic boutique hotel certainly has a hip rock n’ roll edge to it. That’s not all that guests enjoy, however. The facilities include a splendid outdoor pool that is open both night and day, an oft-lively bar, a rejuvenating spa, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a shop that sells Hard Rock gear. Also available for Hard Rock Hotel Macau guests is a gaming area that features 26 tables and nearly 200 slot machines. As for the accommodations, they come in the form of rooms and suites that are sophisticated and full of welcoming amenities.

Crown Towers Hotel

Crown Towers Hotel
Crown Towers Hotel

Giving the Hard Rock a run for its money in the stylish and chic departments is the Crown Towers Hotel. Guests should also find that the amenities and service are quite favorable at this upscale boutique hotel. The Spa at Crown caters to those who like to be pampered, and the signature restaurant is known for its savory European cuisine and its collection of French wines. Also a highlight among the Crown Towers facilities is the dazzling lobby lounge, and the 286 guest units feature such delights as iPod docking stations, a plasma TVs, and high quality theater systems. That’s just the start when it comes to the in-room amenities at the Crown Towers Macau, and when you add it all up, it becomes clear that this can make for a wonderful China vacation base.

Grand Hyatt Macau

Grand Hyatt Macau
Grand Hyatt Macau

Rounding out the hotel choices at the City of Dreams Macau complex is the Grand Hyatt Macau. A 5 star hotel par excellence, this upscale retreat occupies two of the four City of Dreams towers and is ideal for both business and leisure travelers. There are 791 total guest units, and they include both rooms and suites. Wonderful views of the Cotai area and the Pearl River can be enjoyed from these rooms and suites, and the available amenities include a large flat screen TV, free Wi-Fi, individual climate control, a mini bar, and cozy robes. As you might expect in a luxury hotel, the Grand Hyatt Macau makes room service available around the clock, and guests can store valuables in private safes while they are out taking area tours or something the like.

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