A magnificent antique golden carriage and extraordinary pathway of pure gold bars greet guests as they enter this opulent casino hotel situated in the heart of Macau. Blending comfort and classic luxury, spacious guestrooms and lavish suites are decorated in rich colours, handcrafted furnishings and plush fabrics, creating a truly indulgent ambience. With six floors of outstanding gaming rooms, three sumptuous dining venues, a fully equipped fitness centre and lavish day spa, this remarkable hotel is sure to impress.
Why we recommend the Grand Emperor
- Grand and opulent hotel in central Macau
- Spacious and luxurious rooms and suites
- Six floors of onsite gaming entertainment
- Three impressive restaurants
- Fitness centre and indulgent day spa
Attractions near the Grand Emperor
A hotel fit for Royalty
They don't come much grander than the Grand Emperor Hotel, reminiscent of a palace. The Grand Emperor may be minutes away from the centre of Macau, but it's often a struggle to venture outside with so much on offer behind its walls.
Before you’re even shown to your luxurious room, you encounter the Golden Pathway, a thoroughfare made entirely of gold bars that demonstrates the hotel's extravagance. The multi-level gaming salon is more than enough to keep guests entertained, while a trip to the indulgent day spa can delight any stressed or tired travellers.
History in modern Macau
Just eight minutes’ walk from the hotel is one of the most popular sites in Macau. The World Heritage-listed facade of St. Lawrence’s Church is a contrast to the glittering modern city of Macau and is certainly worth a visit.
Originally constructed in the 16th Century, the Church was rebuilt several times after fire damage, before a typhoon finally destroyed it beyond repair. All that remains these days are the grand historic facade and a fascinating 17th-Century painting, which is housed in the nearby Museum of Sacred Art and Crypt.