Andi’s Pick: Mandarin Oriental, Macau

May 9, 2012

Mandarin Oriental, Macau: Macau

 First Impression

The best thing about staying in a Mandarin Oriental property for the first time is that you already know you are guaranteed to leave a satisfied customer.  In fact, you will probably leave wanting to extend your stay.  My time at the Mandarin Oriental, Macau was no exception to this — I would have been happy to stay indefinitely.

Location

Located right on the picturesque waterfront, the hotel has a prime location, as it just minutes from the best casinos in the region and the historical center.

The Room

My spacious bedroom was decorated with the classic Mandarin Oriental decor; a luxurious mix of East meets West.  The hotel describes it as, “a dramatic contemporary design with an atmosphere of oriental calm.”

While I was smitten with how the room was decorated, the view of the South China Sea and the Macau Tower was undeniably the best part about it.

 The Bathroom

The ensuite bathroom perfectly compliments the glamorous room and has everything I could have possibly needed and more.

The Extras

While people who stay at the Mandarin Oriental, Macau fall hopelessly in love with their rooms, the hotel does offer an award-winning restaurant and spa on premise that will definitely compete for your attention.  There is also a stunning infinity pool that will beckon you to visit it from the moment you check in.

Why It Is Andi’s Pick

Every day I was left a little present in my room; everything from flowers to chocolate to fruit.  The hotel does this for every single guest and it definitely leaves the impression that they truly care.

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Categorized: Macau, Travel

About Andi's Pick

This hotel has been carefully selected and is highly recommended by Andi Perullo de Ledesma, the Editor-in-Chief and Creator of My Beautiful Adventures. She travels the world in search of the best in luxury accommodation. If your hotel would like to be reviewed for consideration of being added into the elite collection of “picks,” please contact Andi at: AndiPerullo@aol.com

129 thoughts on “Andi’s Pick: Mandarin Oriental, Macau

    1. Andi Perullo

      Awww don’t say that! That makes me so sad!!! I would have LOVED to have met you in Macau and shared an egg tart over what I’m sure wold have been awesome conversation. Hope you’re having the travels of your life!

      Reply
  1. Jay

    I love me a nice hotel! Generally, I prefer small boutique hotels but sometimes you just can’t beat the big ones. They know what they’re doing!

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    1. Andi Perullo

      I prefer small boutiques as well, but the MO will always have a special place in my heart. Did you see the places that I reviewed in Brasil? They were small boutique hotels. AMAZING!!!

      Reply
  2. Krista

    I love that they leave little gifts for you each day, Andi. That is really going the extra mile, and although it’s only little things, it leaves a big impression.

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  3. Wandergirl

    Taking a bubble bath with that view would be divine.

    It’s funny, because out of all these things – the beautiful room, the gorgeous view – I am most intrigued by the yellow chocolate! Haha – what is it?

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    1. Andi Perullo

      I believe it was some type of white chocolate? I wish I could remember exactly what it was. The MO, Macau actually has a famous chocolate shop in it. It’s incredible!!! I took several bubble baths in that tub…no words!

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  4. Blog Me Travel

    They always capitalise upon the city’s best views! I stayed in the Mandarin Oriental in KL, directly opposite the twin towers and have never been anywhere to match the luxury! However, I’m equally happy in youth hostels (bar the often paper thin walls!)

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  5. Hotels Turkey

    I had never visited Macau but after reading your post seeing some awesome photos, I feel that I have been there. I will try to visit Macau in next summer vacation at that time these information will useful to me.

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    1. Andi Perullo

      You have no idea how deeply it touches me that you could be that inspired from my photos and words, so much so, that you MUST make Macau happen, because i know you would LOVE IT!!!!!!

      Reply
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  8. Lamar

    My wife and i ended up being very thankful that we found your review, because we stayed there and LOVED it!

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  9. Sam

    Thank you so much for giving everyone such a breathtaking chance to read articles and blog posts! It’s always so excellent and jam-packed with a lot of fun for me personally!

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