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enjoys an enviable location within walking distance of Macau's best-loved attractions. It is close to the city centre and Macau's downtown shopping and business district, home to several casinos including the renowned Casino Lisboa, one of the oldest in Asia.
Hotel Royal Macau sits at the foot of Colina da Guia, Macau's landmark hill, site of the historic Guia fort and lighthouse, the first of its kind on the Chinese coast. One of Macau's must-see attractions is the summit of Colina da Guia, the highest point in Macau, which is reached by cable car. Here visitors are greeted by a panorama of the entire Pearl River Delta region downstream toward China's Guangdong Province.
Macau is a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China and has grown today into one of Asia's most exciting cities. Hong Kong is only an hour away from Macau, and the Chinese border gate at Zhuhai is a 15-minute drive.
Hotel Royal Macau is a good base from which to explore the heritage that dates from the time when East first met West. On the doorstep of the hotel are the ruins of St Paul's - a Christian church dating from 1607 - and the prized monument to Vasco da Gama, whose influence can be admired in the Portuguese mosaics of the prominent Macau landmark of Senado Square and its surrounding architecture.
From Hong Kong: A 60-minute journey on TurboJET to Macau, then a five-minute ride on our shuttle bus to the hotel.
From Zhuhai: A 15-minute ride from the Chinese border gate at Zhuhai to Hotel Royal Macau.
From Jun 1st, 2015 onwards, the shuttle bus from Hotel Royal to Macau Ferry Terminal, or vice versa, departs every 30 minutes, passengers may request drop off at Grand Lisboa and Sands
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Every trip from Hotel Royal Macau to Venetian Macao (West Wing) will stop at New Yaohan Macau Tower Galaxy Venetian and City of Dreams.
|Hotel Royal Macau to Venetian Macao (West Wing)