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Estrada Governador Albano de Oliveira No 142
Taipa, Macau.
Tel: (853) 2883 7788
Fax: (853) 2883 7777


No of Rooms and Suites: 425
Tables Games: 19
Slot Machines: 120

(Last updated: September 6, 2017)





Fairly comprehensive four star hotel located minutes away from Galaxy and Taipa Village.




Grandview Hotel is a sister hotel to Casa Real on the old Peninsula, with both entities falling under the umbrella of Hong Kong’s Golden Resorts Group.  I’ve always been a fan of both places, seeing how well they’ve been maintained and managed through the years.  Believe me, in terms of older four star hotels in Macau, you could certainly do a lot worse.

Given its close proximity to the horse track, Grandview’s casino is also known as the Jockey Club casino.  Run on the SJM license through a third party operator, it’s a low stakes Baccarat Hall that offers surprisingly good promotions for the budget gambler.


exterior of Hotel Grandview in MacauCASINO GAMES

Baccarat - Minimum bet is $300. 

Commission Free Baccarat - Minimum bet is $100.

Sic Bo - 5 different bets are available.  Minimum bet is only $50.

Slot Machines - Around 120 machines with minimums of 0.02 to 0.20.  Also has $20 and $50 Live Baccarat and electronic versions of Roulette ($30) and Sic Bo ($50).


Three Card Baccarat - 1 table, minimum bet is $100.



Promotional chip customers receive the following deals:

1. Buy ins over $30000 return 1% cash back (immediately), or 1.15% if you play in the VIP room.
2. Buy ins under $30000 return 0.95% monthly (0.85% cash and 0.10% in hotel coupons).
3. Buy ins under $30000 return 0.8% cash back (immediate settlement).                                        

For free rooms, they require the following buy ins:




Grandview Hotel may be 25 years old, but it's aged pretty well and remains a very good budget option in this part of Taipa.  Although the rooms are somewhat dated, they're still fairly large and perfectly acceptable for the price you pay.  I've always been pleased with my stays there.  


Premier Room at Grandview Hotel Macau Twin beds inside Premier Room at Grandview Hotel Macau Premier Room bathroom at Hotel Grandview Macau view from the bathroom into Premier Room in Hotel Grandview Macau  

Rates are in Hong Kong dollars inclusive of all taxes and fees.


If you want Internet access in your room, the price is $100 for 24 hours.  Free Wifi is also available in the lobby.


Grandview's outdoor swimming pool is pretty large for a 4 star hotel, measuring 7 by 14 meters.  Unheated, it's closes down every year between November and March. 


outdoor swimming pool at Hotel Grandview in Macau deck with chairs at outdoor swimming pool at Hotel Grandview Macau

There’s also a small Pool Bar, which offers juice ($38), tea ($30), beers ($25) and cocktails ($28 to $40).            

The pool is located on the 2nd floor and keeps hours daily between 8 am and 8 pm. 

Kuan I Hin - Also known as "Grandview Chinese Restaurant", Kuan I Hin serves Cantonese fare, with appetizers $38 to $78, barbecue $58 to $98, vegetables $68 to $88 and poultry $98 to $198.  Abalone, bird's nest and shark's fin are expectedly pricy, running up to $2380, while seafood is $150 to $580, and Chef’s Recommendations $58 to $680.

Kuan I Hin can be found on the 2nd floor in the South Wing and keeps hours from 11 am to 3 pm and 6 pm to 11 pm.  On weekends, it opens an hour earlier in the morning. 

-  Staff told me they have some of the lowest prices in Macau and they weren't wrong.  This Western restaurant does main course meals like African chicken, beef tenderloin and lamb chops for only $98 to $138 while Macanese food is $68 to $78 and seafood only $138.  Appetizers ($58), soup ($38 to $58), and salad ($48 to $58) are also very reasonably priced.  Breakfast costs $98 for in house guests while dinner is $110. 

Valencia is also located on the second floor and is open daily from 7 am to 10:30 pm.



Cherrie's Corner - Warm little lobby bar offers beer that starts from $33 while harder fare is around $32 to $42.  Cocktails stay in that range too, only $40, while brandy is a little pricier, $45 to $85.  Fruit juice, coffee and tea are also available for $28 to $38.  The food menu consists of fast food, like chicken wings, deep fried shrimp, french fries and fish, for $35 to $78.  Set noodle meals, finally, are $32. 


Cherrie's Corner lobby bar at Hotel Grandview in Macau seating and tables at Cherrie's Corner at Grandview Macau


Cherrie's Corner keeps gambler's time, and stays open 24/7.


Grandview's gym is a little on the small side, but they have enough machines to get the job done.  In addition to a treadmill, there's also a couple of steppers and some free weights.  Located on the 2nd floor, the gym keeps hours daily from 9 am to 11 pm.  


Both the men's and women's change rooms also have saunas that guests can use free of charge.  



Much like Taipa Square, Grandview is a decent choice for those who plan to spend a lot of time on the Cotai Strip, but don't want to pay Cotai Strip prices.  Where you should stay probably hinges on how much rooms cost at the Holiday Inn at Sands Cotai Central.  If the rates are similar, Grandview becomes rather redundant; however, if the Holiday Inn is $200 or $300 more, then Grandview slides back into the picture.  It all boils down to how tight your purse strings are.



Grandview Hotel is located right beside the Macau Jockey Club in Taipa, about a 10 minute walk from Galaxy and the Cotai Strip.