Once a Portuguese colony, Macao is rich with both culture and history. Macao was named by Lonely Planet as one of the “Top 10” regions to visit in 2015. One of our top picks to stay is the luxurious Sheraton Macao Hotel – Cotai Central.
In China, Macao continues to become a popular leisure destination and the offers visitors a chance to view several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. With its booming gambling industry and luxury casinos, Macao has been called the “Las Vegas of Asia.”
Located across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong, Macao bustles as an exhilarating entertainment center in Asia, with beautiful vacation spots to enjoy a luxury vacation.
The Sheraton Macao Hotel also is an appealing, luxury property for families who desire a VIP experience. The luxury hotel is offering various family-friendly packages this summer. Here is a summary:
· Junior Hotelier Program – Sheraton Macao Hotel gives kids a unique chance to learn about running a luxury hotel while also having fun. while having fun. This existing program has been so popular, the Sheraton Macao Hotel is extending it throughout this summer.
· Suites and Meals – Sheraton Macao Hotel offers it family guests the DreamWorks-themed family suites. Great for all ages. Enjoy breakfast with Shrekfast. It’s a truly entertaining morning meal for kids who get to meet their favorite Shrek movie characters.
· Planet J – Known as the world’s largest indoor theme park, Planet J opens this summer. The luxury theme park is a beautifully decorated 100,000 square-foot indoor fantasy world. Take a magical journey through the Magic Stone Kingdom. Each guest uses their own “magic scroll” smart phone that comes loaded with Planet J apps for a terrific interactive, experience. Now that’s having fun – VIP style.
Ready for a great family experience and to visit Macao for your next vacation? Contact The Life of Luxury and we can book all your travel plans including a stay at the luxury Sheraton Macao Hotel in China. Read this luxury blog to learn about other luxury travel packages.
Photo: Sheraton Macao Hotel – Cotai Central