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Stay in Macau and earn credit for dining and shopping

If you’ve not yet taken advantage of Macau’s super-convenient location on Hong Kong’s doorstep, now is a great time to arrange a weekend getaway. There’s plenty to do there, from enjoying the Portuguese influence which permeates the place, to making the most of the entertainment and activities offered on the casino strip. But which of the hotels in Macau should you choose to make the most of your trip?

For sheer variety, it’s hard to go past Wynn Palace, which has a range of different rooms and suites, whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a family holiday, you’re on a business trip, or you even need a space to host an event. The good news is that, if you book now, Wynn Palace has a special offer on selected rooms and suites that will see you rewarded with credit to use at many of the hotel’s facilities and retail outlets.

Choose from one of these options:

#1 Palace Room

The Palace Room is a spacious 730 square feet and comes in two configurations, with either a king bed or two queen beds – these aren’t just any beds, though; they’re signature custom pillow-top Dream beds, with 507 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets. All rooms have a 65-inch HD television and floor-to- ceiling windows with views over Macau.

#2 Fountain Suite

Fountain Suites overlook Wynn’s famous Performance Lake, and when you’re not gazing at the view you can revel in the luxury of the 915-square- foot space. Each suite has a private living room and sitting area with a 65-inch HD television and offers configurations of one king bed or two queen beds.

#3 Executive Suite

These are ideal for the business traveller who needs a stylish space to host gatherings. The 960-square- foot suite has an expansive living room with marble-topped dining table for meetings or meals. Choose from Wynn Palace’s pillow menu to make sure you’re well rested for staying on top of your work schedule. The suite also has a walk-in closet so you can replicate your work wardrobe from home.

#4 Parlor Suite

The expansive Parlor Suites are 1,460 square feet in size, with huge living areas perfect for a family or large groups to unwind in – and, if you do choose to entertain, there’s even a guest powder room. Meanwhile, the suite’s bathroom will make you feel you have stepped into a spa, with sleek Italian marble throughout and a relaxing air jet soaking bathtub.

#5 Fountain Parlor Suite

The Fountain Parlor Suite is the most expansive of the Parlor Suites, and is a stately 1,830 square feet in size, with floor-to- ceiling views of Wynn Palace’s Performance Lake. This suite comes with a private space designed for massages and customised treatments making it the ultimate in a relaxing getaway.

hotels in Macau: Wynn Palace boasts award-winning restaurants
Wynn Palace boasts award-winning restaurants

Wine and Dine

There’s a huge range of cuisines at Wynn Palace, with as many as five fine-dining restaurants and seven casual eateries. Among the higher-end options traditional Chinese cuisine at Andrea’s; crispy tempura, savoury teppanyaki or sublime sushi at Japanese Mizumi; steak and seafood at the Las Vegas-inspired SW Steakhouse; or classic Cantonese at Wing Lei Palace. The casual eateries, meanwhile. offer a combination of cuisines and convenience, plus there’s the opulent Wing Lei Bar for enjoying a drink.

hotels in Macau: Earn credit with a stay at Wynn Palace
Earn credit with a stay at Wynn Palace

Special offer!

Book one of the rooms or suites listed above, with prices starting from HK$1,549 per night, and Wynn Palace will reward you with Resort Credit. Bookings for the Palace King and Palace Queens room will earn a resort credit of HK$388 per night, while suite bookings will earn a resort credit of HK$688 per night. This credit can be used at The Wynn Shop, The Gift Shop, Ferrari Store, The Spa, The Salon, and all food and beverage outlets (except Starbucks and in-room mini bars). Guests will also receive complimentary premium internet service, SkyCab access and late check-out at 2pm for Wynn Insiders and WeChat users. Book by 31 March for stays before 10 May 2018 (excluding three very short blackout periods: 29 March to 1 April, 5-7 April, and 29 April to 1 May). To book, go to

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