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Grandview Hotel Macau - Taipa Hotels

Grandview Hotel Macau

142, Estrada Gov. Albano de Oliveiera, Taipa - Map
3.7 out of 5 (879 reviews)
Located at the heart of Taipa Island, the Grandview Hotel Macau offers 407 spacious and serene guest rooms and distinct …More
Altira Macau - Taipa Hotels

Altira Macau

Avenida de Kwong Tung, Taipa - Map
4.8 out of 5 (8 reviews)
Hotel Taipa Square - Taipa Hotels

Hotel Taipa Square

Rua de Chaves, Taipa - Map
3.5 out of 5 (478 reviews)
Golden Crown China Hotel - Taipa Hotels

Golden Crown China Hotel

Opposite To The Macau International, Taipa - Map
3.5 out of 5 (229 reviews)
Regency Hotel Macau - Taipa Hotels

Regency Hotel Macau

2 Estrasa Almirante Marques, Taipa - Map
3.5 out of 5 (743 reviews)
A magnificent resort setting on 3 acres of lush grounds on Taipa Island. 10 minutes by car to the central business district …More
Inn Hotel Macau - Taipa Hotels

Inn Hotel Macau

Estrada Governador Nobre Carvalho, Taipa - Map
3.3 out of 5 (337 reviews)
This 17-story hotel is situated in the center of Taipa, 1 km (less than a mile) from the Rua da Cunha shopping area.Each …More

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    Accommodation In Taipa

    While casinos, hotels and skyscrapers are bursting up from the ground, Taipa is keeping some of the best parts of old-school Macau intact. Here you can gamble and live it up but also visit a real forest on the trails of the Taipa Hills or a slice of the colonial life at Taipa Houses Museum, a row of restored peppermint-coloured houses with shuttered windows and artefacts on display inside. A stay in our Taipa hotels are the way to go for a full picture of what Macau is, was and will be.

    Macau has been the gambling capital of the world since 2006, with casinos spread all over its two sections, peninsular Macau and its three islands. Taipa is the north island and connected to the Macau Peninsula. Cotai, just to the south of Taipa, has the Cotai Strip, which is giving the Las Vegas Strip a real run for its money with golf courses and some of the most mind-blowing casinos the world has ever seen.

    But unless all you are going to do is gamble, Taipa is a far better bet for travellers. You can cross one of the bridges to the Macau Peninsula and eat everything from steamy late-night Chinese noodle soup to Portuguese baked chicken (Macau used to be a Portuguese colony), or put your courage to the test with extreme activities at the top of spectacular Macau Tower, including a 233m bungee jump.

    Back on Taipa a hike or bike ride in and around the surprisingly dense and tranquil forested slopes of the Taipa Hills shows you a side of Macau that is often forgotten. The fascinating Museum of Taipa and Coloane History shows you more about what the Macau islands were about outside of gambling in the days when shipbuilding, agriculture and fishing brought in the money.

    But you can’t deny it: gambling is what Macau is all about and not many other places let you do it in so much class and glamour. You’ll feel a little like James Bond sliding into a cushioned seat at the card tables in Crown Macau Casino with bright lights dangling overheard. Those who like a crowd atmosphere can pick their lucky horse at the Macau Jockey Club.

    Don’t let the glitz and luxury of Macau’s skyrocketing casino scene blind you too much! It’s a lot of fun but the city has much more to say about itself than simple games. That is what our Taipa accommodation will help you discover. Find great room rates and flights to Macau here.

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