The Royal Hotel in Macau is a building that can be best described as classical. Rather than having something in common with the big resort destinations of the city that have lights flashing all over the place, the façade of the Royal Hotel in Macau is very traditional. The skyscraper tower is essentially a large rectangular prism with windows and balconies to the different rooms laid out in a standard grid format that makes the entire hotel building look like a large advent calendar. There are many hotels in western parts of the world that were constructed in this manner a few decades ago and it is from these plain and effective creations that the Royal Hotel in Macau has drawn its main inspiration.
There are 380 rooms in total inside the Royal Hotel Macau distributed evenly across the many floors that comprise the tower section of the hotel. Each room has a bed or beds depending on the particular size of the room you booked as well as a desk, chairs and other pieces of furniture that one would expect a hotel room to have. Overall, the rooms in the Royal Hotel are designed not just for sleeping but also for accommodating large groups of people hanging out and talking in the same room. The Royal Hotel in Macau is therefore ideal for a large group of people travelling that would like to book separate rooms for the night but still have one room large enough to accommodate them all during the day. This is just the standard room at the Royal Hotel as the premier room offers all of this and even more as far as luxury, contentment and functionality are concerned.
Another good thing about the Royal Hotel in Macau is its location. It is right next to the Guia Lighthouse which happens to be one of the most interesting historical spots in the city of Macau and therefore a great place to start a vacation during which you would like to visit the city and learn about the local culture as much as possible. In addition to this however there are also easy paths to walk to get to delicious restaurants, amazing entertainment venues and the best gambling that is available in the entire area. If you want to just sit and smell the roses for a bit at any point in time all you need to do is cross the street and you will end up in Vasco de Gama Park which will give you the opportunity to just sit down and admire this beautiful piece of nature. You can even take pictures if you want to remember exactly what it looks like after you have gone back home.
All in all, the amenities that are available at the Royal Hotel Macau show how excellent it is as a hotel establishment in Macau . You can certainly enjoy your time there even if you get the cheapest room they have. While it is not an all-inclusive building that you can spend your entire vacation in, you can still use it as a good base of operations to branch out and experience everything that the city of Macau has to offer.