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“Pleasant Stay”
Review of The Landmark Macau

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The Landmark Macau
Ranked #31 of 94 Hotels in Macau
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 26 April 2012

Competition for hotel guests is very high in Macau due to the boom in casino's and theme hotels. Against this competition of brand new and modern hotels, the Landmark is not new but I would not hesitate to recommend it to family and friends. Efficient and polite reception staff gave us an excellent room on the 19th floor which was nicely decorated and clean which had all the accessories a 5 star hotel can provide.
We booked this hotel at the ferry terminal on the same day. Breakfast was included in the price which has Chinese and western food. This fare may not be to everybodys liking but I thought it was acceptable quality and quantity.

Room Tip: Be polite to the reception staff and ask for a high floor.
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 4 March 2012

The Hotel is old. I'm a frequent traveler all over the world, but I never saw such a poor breakfast. Moast of the staff don't speek english. I tooked an upgreat to a delux room, old TV, no wireless, lan was not working. I called 5 times to get an internet connection after long discussinons and finally they gave me a wireless router for 500 HKD deposit! The bed is good. I wood not recommend it to stay here, there are many other nice Hotels.

The business center is good and the lady was very helpfull and friendly!

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 27 February 2012

5 star hotel in the 90's but of you pay less than HKD800, you got a bargain. Plenty of big size full suits personel to greet you when arrive, casino is on 3rd floor and hotel rooms is beyond 6th floor. Guest have to interchange lift to reach their rooms. (troublesome). Hotel has a gym and swimming pool (both free for guest). Room size wise is perfect, netiher too big nor too small. Huge toilet that can store two big beds.... Bed is soft and comfy, 35 tv channels and counting and just walk across the street to starworld to catch a free ride to the jetty. Breakfast is ok....sausages, bacon, ham, fried noodles, timsum baked beans, plenty of breads, plenty of fruit juice and chinese porridge. Besides the hotel is Emperor Hotel and 1 min walk to Metropark Hotel and 5 min walk to Lisboa Hotel.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 19 December 2011

I think the hotel should have shown better days. Today is a bit missed in the middle of the new establishments that have opened in Macau the last 10 years.

Rooms are good but show many signals of age. Location is great for the ones interested in the modern part of the city. Breakfast is average with low variety and average quality.

Staff is exceptionally friendly and helpful though and this is probably the best point of the hotel. Especially the two Filippino ladies in the customers' relation desk have made our stay there unique. Very attentive and always eager to help and satisfy all our requests.

  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 September 2011

Landmark hotel is my preferable choice when I visit Macau. This time I stay at west wing which the room is smaller than the other side. Receptions though are not fluent in speaking English but capable enough to answer and service with smile. Breakfast are quite ok.
Few things I like the most for this hotel: spacious room & bathroom, free in-room internet, free daily minibar, The Salute program to accrue your point and give you free stay back and of course good location.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 21 August 2011

There is no shower curtain with the bath tub. So, unless you sit still in the tub and soak in the pool of water, you will flood the marble floor and slip yourself to death. Hence, in the bath tub, you can't wash your hair unless you walk across the toilet to the shower room.
The shower is fixed high up in the shower room. On 20th floor, you will still find the water pressure so high that you'll find water dashing to your head as if you are standing in a waterfall. Your sensitive body parts, say your cheek, your eyes and your chest will feel painful by the jet of water. After applying soap, or shampoo, you will have to adjust the temperature of water again! You will find that you have to turn the cold water and hot water knobs in different directions to turn them on or off. For example, turn it clockwise, you will turn on the cold water but turn the hot water tap off, and vice versa.
The glasses in the toilets are too slippery and heavy for children under 12. When they brush their teeth, you'd better stand by their side or they may slip and drop the glasses. If you are unlucky, they may cut themselves and slip on the floor after spilling the water on the floor.
You may find the room previously occupied by smokers by the smell of the blankets and carpet if you are allergic. The caretakers may spray deodorant in your room before asking you for permission. If anyone has respiratory problems, it may make matters worse.

Room Tip: Book the bigger and more expensive rooms earlier.
  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 9 August 2011

We stayed here for one night to get away from fresh paint fumes at home. There were only trainees at the reception counter at first, three of them. One of them had to frequently consult another to do things. I wasn't too comfortable handing over my passport and credit card to someone like that. As a queue began to form, a manager stepped in as well. We were allocated a room on a smoking floor without being asked, but luckily we spoke up and realized that, so the room got changed before we moved off. In my short stay, I found that the staff spoke English well enough.

The room gave us quite a good feeling. The lighting was inadequate for nighttime reading, though. The bed was quite comfortable, with a mattress that effectively coaxed my muscles to give up their tension. I had a good night's sleep. The doorbell rang once in the middle of my sleep (possibly the world's oldest profession calling) and I could hear some noises in the hallway after that, but it was otherwise rather quiet. I should clarify that the hotel did not feel sleazy, and felt safe for all kinds of travellers.

The bathroom was roomy, with gold-plated fittings and black marble floor tiles. It had a separate shower stall and a bathtub. I found it slightly annoying that the cold water tap was turned anti-clockwise while the warm water tap was the opposite--had a bit of hot water shock at the end of my shower thanks to that!

The bathrobes were slightly damp and we realized later that the room was slightly damp. It was not musty to any uncomfortable extent, just a little damp and most people would probably not notice it.

There was no sitting area on the ground floor. The lobby sofas were on the 6th floor, the floor on which you switch elevators. But that turned out to be much better for a quiet sit-down or a chat as it was more secluded and less chaotic than the ground floor.

We made the booking in a hurry and the reception staff did not make it clear to us that breakfast was provided. But it was raining in the morning, so I went to the breakfast restaurant to try my luck. My room number was on their list, which was convenient. I only tried one food item and one juice, so I won't comment on breakfast.

Overall, the stay was a pleasant experience. Most staff members were friendly, but you may across some who don't smile or look you in the eye.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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Additional Information about The Landmark Macau

Address: No.555 Avenida da Amizade, Macau, China
Region: China > Macau
Amenities:
Business Centre with Internet Access Casino and Gambling Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#17 Casino Hotel in Macau
#19 Spa Hotel in Macau
#29 Luxury Hotel in Macau
Price Range: £82 - £227 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4.5 star — The Landmark Macau 4.5*
Number of rooms: 439
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