Ritz-Carlton, Macau & JW Marriott Hotel Macau

C&IT Venue of the Week is the new Ritz-Carlton, Macau & JW Marriott Hotel Macau, both of which opened in May as part of the second phase of China's enormous Galaxy Macau development.

Ritz-Carlton Macau hotel
Ritz-Carlton Macau hotel
In May, luxury resort destination Galaxy Macau announced the completion of the second phase in its enormous development, which doubled its size to more than 1.1m square metres. As well as increasing dining outlets to more than 120, eight of which are Michelin standard, and a new 200-shop retail precinct, three hotels were added. Most notable are the all-suite Ritz-Carlton, Macau and the JW Marriott Macau, the largest in the chain's Asian portfolio.

The JW Marriot property consists of 1,015 rooms and suites, in nine categories. The accommodation portfolio starts with the Deluxe rooms, advances to the Retreat Pool Suite, where guests can enjoy a private patio, plunge pool and living area, and peaks with the Presidential Suite. As well as complimentary food and beverages, this suite comes with 249m2 of outdoor space and a separate living room.

A pillar-less ballroom can host more than 1,600 delegates, and there are a variety of multi-purpose function rooms, ideal for groups of ten to 84.

The Ritz-Carlton, Macau, sister property to the JW Marriott, is much more understated. Consisting entirely of suites - 250 in total - the property includes additional meeting space for up to 400 delegates, and the highest Chinese restaurant in Macau on the 51st floor to complement two further fine-dining venues, a spa and an outdoor pool.

The pinnacle of luxury at the Ritz-Carlton, Macau are the Carlton Two Bedroom Suites, which are located between the 32nd and 52nd floors, where the views over the southern China city are spectacular.

Wi-fi: free throughout

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