Macau located on the western bank of the Pearl River Delta in southern Guangdong Province, People's Republic of China - adjoins the Mainland city of Zhuhai and lies some 60 kilometres to the west of Hong Kong. The Portuguese arrived and settled in Macao in the mid 16th Century. Thus, the city’s architecture, art, religion, traditions, food and community reflect the integration of Chinese, Western and Portuguese cultures. Macau comprises Macau Peninsula, Taipa and Coloane. Macau is one of the great cities to visit in Asia provides a wealth of activities for our guests to experience, including spa, outdoor activicites, dazzling smorgasbord of shows, over 20 ancient monuments and urban squares interwoven in the heart of the city.
The hotel features a 40-metre (430-foot) aqua green-tiled, temperature-controlled outdoor swimming pool.
Open 24 hours, the spacious, light-filled fitness centre in Grand Hyatt Macau features a free weights section and the latest cardio and resistance machines and personalised LCD screens.
Outdoor Hot tub
Rejuvenate your body and mind, experience our outdoor Hot Tub that helps you retreat into the green.
Local Attractions in Macau
Macau has plenty of attractions to offer, some traditional and some brand-new. Just come and enjoy Macau!
The Historic Centre of Macau
The historic district is collectively known as "The Historic Centre of Macao" and inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2005.
Annual Events in Macau
Macao boasts a unique festival culture, including such traditional Chinese celebrations as Lunar New Year, as well as the important Western festivals of Easter and Christmas.