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Pousada De Sao Tiago

Pousada De Sao Tiago

Located in Península de Macau, Pousada De Sao Tiago lies within the high-class residential area of Sai Van, Macau. Next to the downtown area, the hotel, in the shape of a fortress, is a Portuguese-style edifice that was renovated from Macau’s first ancient castle 371 years ago, brimming with the romantic ambience of the Eurasian landmass. The gorgeous and comfortable guest rooms, unique castle embellishments and the pleasant environment are rarely seen elsewhere in Macau. The hotel offers services and facilities of every kind, including bars, meeting rooms, tasteful dining halls, swimming pools and open-air teahouses. In an elegant dining hall of antique beauty, you might enjoy the Portuguese and Spanish cuisines, or quietly take a sip of the Portuguese-flavor vintage wines while relishing the landscapes of the inner harbor of Macau, or treat yourself to the local traditional-style afternoon tea. Whatever you choose to do, the dinning hall is an ideal place for you to have a little leisure from the clamor of life. Overlooking from the terrace of the guest room, you will be welcomed by the intoxicating sceneries of the inner harbor of Macau. Since the guest rooms are adorned with unique castle decorations with a cozy and elegant environment, accompanied by personalized services that will make you feel at home. Additionally, other places may also deserve your attention, particularly the authentic Spanish-style dinning hall, the Portuguese-style restaurant with a fame of 27 years, the exquisite and elegant lobby bar, the outdoor swimming pools by the seaside, the terrace of the suites facing seascape, St. James the Greater Chapel that has witnessed countless wedding ceremonies, and the open-air teahouse upon the forts. The deluxe suites, labeled with key words such as “luxury” and “fashion,” are designed by Ms. Khan Chew, who conceived the construction of the seven-star BurjAl-Arab. To be specific, the floor of a deluxe room has an area of over 800 feet is matted with leather; the room itself is equipped with two made-in-Denmark large-screen B&Q LCDs that are worth over 120,000 Hong Kong dollars, China’s biggest steamed shower, a massage bathtub imported from Japan, an invisible television built in the mirror of the bathroom, and Hermès bathing articles. A good selection of itineraries may surprise you as reservations can be made to charter a car (staffed with an English-speaking driver), rhythmic massage services (provided by professional masseuses), renting bicycles or small jeeps, renting DVDs (for free), professional photographic services and free access to WiFi.

Ambient environment: A-Ma Temple, The Maritime Museum