Metropole Hotel: For a Decent Stay in Macau
Updated Thursday December 11, 2014 - 4:15pm

Macau is not only a heaven-in-earth for Asian gamblers, but also a tourist-friendly special administrative region.

If you want to enjoy Macau and are looking for a decent yet budget-friendly place to stay, try to consider staying at Metropole Hotel.

The team of was welcomely received by Metropole Hotel for two days for their coverage of the Manny Pacquiao and Chris Algieri bout last month.

A cozy Deluxe European Style room served as the barracks of the team composed of writer and photographer who were treated nicely by the staff.

The stylish room has twin bed, flat screen TV, mini bar, refrigerator, techy iPod docking station with radio alarm clock.

It offers free wifi, but you might just want to roam around the city instead because of its slow connection.

The location of Metropole Hotel is strategic that you can walk to attractions that Macau has. If you want to go shopping it is a walking distance to the shopping stores in Senado Square.

Few more steps will lead you to the pasalubong strip that offers premium jerkys (unlimited free taste), before heading to the famous Ruins of St. Paul.

Cab fares are expensive in Macau so to reach Metropole Hotel from the airport, you can ride the shuttle going to the reclaimed area of Cotai Strip and from there transfer to another shuttle going to San Malo.


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