Regency Hotel Macau : A 5 Stars Hotel?

On the Agoda website, Regency Hotel Macau is actually rated as a 5 stars hotel. However, our experience during our recent stay was not up to the 5 stars standard. But then again, it could have been due to the winter season.

 Regency Hotel Macau
Regency Hotel Macau

 Regency Hotel Macau Hotel Lobby during Christmas period
Regency Hotel Macau Hotel Lobby during Christmas period

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Overview of the Regency Hotel Macau

Room at Regency Hotel Macau

 King Sized Bed
King Sized Bed

 TV with cable and HK channels
TV with cable and HK channels

 Toilet with bathtub
Toilet with bathtub

 View overlooking Macau City MGM from Regency
View overlooking Macau City MGM from Regency

Regency Hotel Macau Facilities

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Swimming pool of Regency Hotel Macau

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Garden area leading to the spa facilities

Breakfast at Regency Hotel Macau

The breakfast at Regency Hotel was quite normal, in fact, it was a little disappointing. Although the spread looked good, the taste had ALOT of room for improvement…

 Breakfast spread at Regency Hotel Macau
Breakfast spread at Regency Hotel Macau

 Cereals corner
Cereals corner

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Breakfast looking good but tasted bad

Although the picture above looked nice, the food was quite bad. The noodles was bland. Even for a noodle person like myself, I found it quite difficult to go for a 2nd mouth (not 2nd round). The bun had a VERY THICK skin and the filling inside was VERY LITTLE. To put the “icing on the cake”, the coffee was really just water with colouring – one of the worst coffee we’ve had in a while.

Well, to enjoy a breakfast here, you will have to go for eggs, sausage with milk or orange. Cant really go wrong with this combination.

How to get to Regency Hotel Macau

Regency Hotel Macau is located at 2 Estrada Almirante Marques Esparterio, Taipa Island, Macau. We took Bus No. 28A from the ferry terminal and it took about 20 minutes or so. The bus drivers are quite friendly just that they may not have change for notes. So remember to bring sufficient loose change.

Regency Hotel Macau
Regency Hotel Macau

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All in all, it was a great stay. A great base to also check out Macau. There are also shuttle buses from 9am to 8pm to these hotels

Hotel Sintra
Grand Lisboa Hotel
Hotel Lisboa
Macau Ferry Terminal
Return to Regency Hotel

However, our stay at the Regency Hotel Macau would have been even better during the summer months. Have you stayed here during the summer months? Tell us about it in the comments section below!

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Hong Kong Trip Day 2 : The Attractions of Tsuen Wan
Hong Kong Trip Day 3 : Ocean Park and New Year’s Eve Countdown
Hong Kong Trip Day 4 – Side Trip to Macau
Hong Kong Trip Day 5 – Continuing Our Travels in Macao
Hong Kong Trip Day 6 – Rounding up Macao and Returning to HK
Day 7 Hong Kong Trip : Side Trip to Shen Zhen & Debunking Recommendations
Day 8 Hong Kong Trip : What we did in Central 中環 Hong Kong
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Hotels We Stayed in Macau

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Regency Hotel Macau : A 5 Stars Hotel?

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Macao Maritime Museum : Great Price Good Exhibits
Historic Centre of Macao : Ruins of Saint Paul’s, Mount Fortress & More
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