Our most memorable and gut busting meal in Macao was at Xin in Sands Cotai which was connected to our hotel, Sheraton Macao Hotel.
With so many dining options at Sands Cotai right next to Sheraton Macao Hotel we didn’t need to go anywhere else to eat.
Our stay in Sheraton Macao Hotel included breakfast buffet for two at their Club Lounge. I’ve experienced staying in hotel rooms with lounges a few times but I’ve never seen a lounge this big.
Sand’s Cotai Central is a mall with a food court and several restaurants. This mall is in the middle of Sheraton and Conrad hotels as well as Holiday Inn. All these hotels are connected to Cotai Central.
I’ve been to Macao a number of times and other than a stay at Wynn when it was new, The Venetian was where I always stay for the simple reason that they had the biggest rooms which were the best value for money. Last August I decided it was time for a new hotel soContinue reading “Hotel Review: Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central”
My first dinner in Cebu was in Ibiza Beach Club at Mövenpick Hotel Mactan. I was told we were having tapas and that’s always a good thing. A short stroll from the hotel lobby to the end of this lighted walkway was Ibiza Beach Club, my favorite place in the entire hotel. Ibiza Beach Club isContinue reading “Tapas at Ibiza Beach Club, Mövenpick Hotel Mactan”
There’s not much to do in Macao if you don’t gamble. Yes there’s good shopping and lots of fine restaurants but there’s only two major shows that run the whole year round. One is Zaia by Cirque Du Soleil at The Venetian and the other is The House of Dancing Water at the City ofContinue reading “The House of Dancing Water”
We were going to watch House of Dancing Water at the City of Dreams so we went there earlier to have dinner at Edo Japanese Restaurant. There’s a free shuttle from The Venetian to the City of Dreams. There’s a free shuttle to virtually every hotel in Macao. This was my first time to tryContinue reading “Dinner at Edo Japanese Restaurant”
I was done shopping in The Venetian’s more than 600 shops. I had more than enough siesta and I was bored silly so I did what any food blogger would do. I tested two Portuguese egg tarts for my very own showdown. First stop was the iconic Lord Stow’s Bakery located inside The Venetian. IContinue reading “Portuguese Egg Tart Showdown”
When I did research on places to eat in Macao the pork chop bun of Tai Lei Loi Kei kept coming up. Even though I’m not a fan of this unique pairing I decided to give it a try when I saw their outlet in the food court of The Venetian Hotel where I wasContinue reading “Restaurante Tai Lei Loi Kei at The Venetian Macao”