We stayed here for two nights in March 2012. The hotel has good rooms, clean, nice old worldly charm, great bathroom toiletries (really nice, worth mentioning separately) and quite courteous service (whoever could speak English, that is).
we did not try the food so we dont know. however, since prostitution is legal in Macau, this lobby of the hotel is full of women propositioning men most of the time,and while I am not passing a value judgement, one does feel awkward passing through, specially if you also happen to be another woman.
The hotel has its own casino and is situated centrally. In any case all hotels in Macau have their own transport to and from the ferry stations so transport is not a problem.
It is a good hotel, provided you dont mind the ambience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Established in 1970, Hotel Lisboa is a fixture in the Macau skyline and has the longest and richest presence in Macau's hospitality history. The hotel features a lavish mix of Portuguese and Chinese interior décors, and also houses Dr. Stanley Ho's extensive private collection of priceless art pieces. Hotel Lisboa offers approximately 1,000 luxurious rooms and suites, gourmet dining experiences with an extensive wine collection of over 16,700 labels, share between 13 restaurants and lounges in Lisboa Hotels Complex. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lisboa Hotel Macau