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Hotels in Macau near Macau (MFM-Macau Intl.)

Macau (MFM-Macau Intl.) Hotels

With its runway floating on the water, flying into Macau International Airport (MFM) provides one of the more dramatic entrances to China. This is no provincial airport – large passenger aircraft arrive from all over East Asia, skimming into this tiny, former Portuguese island. The terminal boasts Duty Free shopping and a couple of restaurants, and there are excellent transport links to central Macau and into mainland China.

Hotels in Macau (MFM-Macau Intl.)

Encompassing an array of glittering 5-star palaces, the hotels near Macau Airport are set to impress. These hotels take indulgence to indulgent extremes, with facilities ranging from multiple swimming pools and refined restaurants, to onsite casinos and spas. Rooms are furnished to the highest of standards, with many offering superb city views. A few budget hotels are available too, offering comfortable rooms kitted out with TVs and WiFi.

Where to stay

For the hedonistic pleasures of Macau’s dazzling casinos and entertainment emporiums, stay close to the airport on the island of Taipa. Once a small fishing village, it’s now known as the Las Vegas of the East, although the casinos are counterbalanced by the beauty of the landscape. Looking for historic culture? Head over the bridge to central Macau, where Portuguese churches and museums adorn the streets.

How to get to Macau (MFM-Macau Intl.)

Macau Airport receives direct flights from major Asian hubs, such as Beijing and Singapore. For passengers traveling through Macau to or from Hong Kong, Express Link immigration will help to speed you through your journey. Within Macau, buses, taxis, and shuttle services serve the airport. Journey times across Macau are rarely longer than 15 minutes.

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