Four Seasons Hotel Macau: 2D1N Stay for 2 People in Double Room

The deal

Double Room (king-sized)

  • (Sun - Thu) Stay for 2 for $1,588 (rrp. $2,488)

Double Room (twin)

  • (Sun - Thu) Stay for 2 for $1,788 (rrp. $2,688)

Hotel at a glance

Rising from the electric Cotai Strip, the neo-classical architecture, dappled with Portuguese and Oriental influences, of the hotel sets it apart from the glitzy hotels and casinos it shares a space with. Cream and pastel blue walls rise from a pebbled entrance framed by intricately carved fountains and lush tropical plants. Guests enter under the amber glow of the outdoor chandelier to a capacious lobby of towering alabaster walls surrounding a grand staircase that winds its way around twin pillars before meeting at the floor above. Continuing extravagant appearances, the hotel’s 360 rooms and suites sport high ceilings and large windows that looks out to pool or city views, and are equipped with down bedding and pillows, complimentary Wi-Fi, marbled bathrooms, and more. Below, guests potter down to one of the five pools dotted throughout the grounds before swapping swimsuits for dry clothes and wandering within The Shoppes for an afternoon of shopping. Adventures continue with an epicurean journey through the hotel’s restaurants with authentic Cantonese dishes at Zi Yat Heen, English-style teas at Windows, and extensive international buffets at Belcanção, before visiting Bar Azul for a drink or two from their selection of fine wines, champagne, and liqueurs.

Double Room

  • King-sized or twin bedding
  • Max. occupancy: 2 guests per room

Hotel facilities

  • Outdoor swimming pools
  • Restaurant and bar
  • Fitness centre
  • Massage and spa
  • Casino
  • Airport transfer
  • Shuttle service
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

Macau: What to see and do

Macau stands in a humble corner south of Zhuhai, nestled in its seaward inclination as an extension of Zhuhai’s southern frontier while still forming an islet of its own - with Taipa and Coloane adjoining Macau in its administrative region. The lotus city was formerly developed under the purview of Portuguese colonial forces from the mid-16th century until 1999, during which the city was granted autonomous prerogative over its native affairs with the exception of foreign affairs and defense systems - which were relegated under the jurisdiction of China.

Having been subjected to the moulding of Portuguese influence, the city of Macau proffers a unique portion of locales in comparison to the rest of the Red Dragon nation - with colonial cuisine and culture believed to have found middle ground with local flavours during the settlement of traders and European missionaries throughout 1750 to 1840. Owing to this melange of different strokes, one can find vestiges of Portugal’s past endeavours in the Macau coast’s Mediterranean-tinged vibe, apparent in remnants like the Fortaleza do Monte - a military fort erected in efforts to repel show-stealing Dutch forces, which now stands boldly surrounding a public park and heritage museum while yielding sprawling views of Macau City. Perhaps most telling of the remaining marks of old-time Macau’s colonial upbringing would be the ruins of St. Paul - a facade of the Church of Mater Dei, built in the 1600s by Jesuit missionaries in their oriental pursuit of disseminating Christianity - which now stands suspended from the rest of its former foundation, making for a hauntingly serene yet symbolic display of interweaving cultures. Meanwhile, demarcating the centre of past annals of international trade between China and the West is the Senado Square, a thriving core of public revelries and celebrations that lays in a panoramic circumvention of neo-classical structures. Inducted into UNESCO’s Heritage Sites in 2005, the Mediterranean-styled square houses a touristic cornucopia of fashion outlets, restaurants, and snacking haunts; while select occasions bring with them a festive tableau of lion dances, fireworks, and parading revelries.

While Macau’s romantic Euro-inclinations hold sway among the region’s established charm, its oriental disposition nevertheless shines through, with famous landmarks signifying folksy idolatry of the China republic’s founder Sun-Yat Sen just as visibly as one can find a sculpted homage to the Portuguese explorer Vasco de Gama. The legacy of traditional Chinese figures remain similarly intact with the preservation of heritage sites like the Mandarin’s House. The former residential complex of famed literary mover and catalyst of change Zheng Guanyin, the abode contrasts the European aesthetics of the neighbouring Portuguese-styled piazzas, with oriental wooden inlays furnishing vacant concaves throughout the sprawling 43,000-foot domicile. Further established within Macau’s roots is the A-Ma Temple, a hallowed sanctum of worship where the town’s past fishermen and merchants were believed to have converged to replenish while offering praise to A-Ma, or the Goddess of the Sea - from whom the city derives its name, as it held refuge for the fishing folk of yore as A-Ma Gau or the “Bay of A-Ma”. Tucked behind a scarlet gated pavilion, the temple’s dedication to various deities makes for a personification of the culminating cultures ingrained in Chinese tradition, owing its spiritual potpourri to a mix of Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism, and a spectrum of folklore.

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  • Cotai Strip hotel located a 5-minute drive from the Macau International Airport, the Macau Taipa Ferry Terminal, and the Maritime Ferry Terminal.
  • Facilities include 5 outdoor pools, fitness centre, marble bathroom, and more.
  • Awarded TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence.
  • Visit the Plaza Casino, Skywalk X, the world’s highest bungy jump platform at Macau Tower, and Macau Giant Panda Pavilion.


Book By Date: Sep 28, 2016.

Travel Period: Jul 3, 2016 - Sep 30, 2016 (Valid for stays from Sun - Thu only).

Includes (for 2 people):

  • 1 night accommodation in Double Room at Four Seasons Hotel Macao.

  • Complimentary wifi in the room.

  • Taxes and service charges.

Does Not Include:

  • Transportation to Macau.

  • Airport transfer.

  • All meals not specified.

  • Travel insurance.

  • Items of a personal nature, porterage and tipping and sightseeing not mentioned.


  • Valid for stays from Sun - Thu only.

  • Passports must have a min. validity of 6 months from expiry date on date of travel.

  • Visa application (where applicable) and personal travel documents are the sole responsibility of travellers.

  • Printed Groupon voucher required for check-in.

  • Rate is inclusive of applicable taxes and service charges.

  • Please see the Universal Fine Print


  • No refund, cancellations or amendments allowed upon confirmation of bookings.

  • No-shows forfeit Groupon.


  • The Travel Industry Council of Hong Kong advises customers to purchase travel insurance packages before departure

  • To ensure your own safety, travellers should consider whether the Security Bureau has issued a travel alert for the destination before purchase

  • Please prepare travel documents with more than 6 months validity (count from the date of return)

  • Please check all the notes and remarks in your travel documents

  • Please contact Pioneer Travel for details


  • All bookings must be made by Sep 28, 2016 and at least 7 days prior to check-in.

  • Call 2511 2239 / Email with:

    - English name(s) (same as passport)

    - Gender

    - Date of birth

    - Preferred date(s) of departure

    - Contact number

    - Passport number with expiration date

    - Groupon voucher code

    - Groupon security code

    - Groupon PDF


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