The St. Regis Macao, Cotai Central

Feb 21, 2017

The 400 rooms and suites at this splashy downtown number sport enviable views of the city’s glittering skyline. While Macau hardly has a reputation as a relaxing destination, the spa and the eighth-floor pool ringed with cabanas for lounging invite guests to take a break from their fast-paced urban surroundings. The Manor restaurant spotlights luxe ingredients like Wagyu and lobster, while The Bar is just as glam as one might expect, thanks in part to a colorful installation by Portuguese artist Gil Araujo featuring LED screens and 8,000 individually painted pieces of glass.

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