Four Seasons Hotel Macao Cotai Strip

Aug 21, 2009

Amid stellar entertainment and duty-free shopping, hide away one of Cotai Strip’s top hotels. Discover cuisine inspired by Macau’s Portuguese and Chinese heritage. Lounge beside your choice of five swimming pools. Or indulge in a private spa suite with a vitality pool. The 360-room property is lavish without going over-the-top; muted gold and burgundy tones and ample use of velvet and brocades.

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