Suite Life: Ritz-Carlton Macau

About the hotel

Ritz-Carlton Macau is an all-suite hotel with 254 guest suites decorated in a colour palette that matches the elegant interior design. The hotel has a huge range of entertainment facilities, including a casino, luxury shopping facilities, a water park, and a 10-screen, 3D Cineplex. Guests can also visit the state-of-the-art fitness centre and outdoor swimming pools.

Unique features

The exclusive club lounge is open 24 hours a day and provides highly personalised service including limousine drop-off service, five food and beverage presentations a day, complimentary pressing services on arrival, use of the library and boardroom, and in-room check-in. The Ritz-Carlton Macau also houses Ritz Kids, a kids’ club with fun and inspirational activities for younger guests. 


The hotel offers several dining options, including Lai Heen, serving handcrafted Cantonese dishes in five private dining rooms, for a more intimate experience. French cuisine and fresh seafood is served at The Ritz-Carlton café, while the Bar & Lounge offers à la carte breakfast and afternoon tea during the day, and Asian tapas in the evening. There’s also the Ritz-Carlton Pool Bar, which provides casual alfresco dining inside a white willow wood cabana, located on the pool deck.


Relaxation and privacy is ensured at the hotel’s spa, ESPA, which has 10 treatment rooms and three couples’ suites with vitality pools, steam rooms, ice-fountains and experience showers. It feels so far from everyone outside, dark and quiet and incredibly relaxing.


There is so much to do that its hard to be bored. For a family visiting, the pools will be a big hit. There are waterfalls and slides, with a current pool where you can grab an inter-tube floaty and just ride along. The restaurants are all fantastic with the Chinese options being a true experience and very authentic. The bar is a must-do experience for specialty drinks and entertainment.

Could do better 

A few more breakfast options in the club level would have been nice to have.

Insider tip 

Being such a large hotel, it’s best to upgrade to the club level as it will be far more private and quiet. Choose the Chinese restaurants on offer at the hotel, as they are truly authentic.

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