Looking for a day out or short weekend getaway? Macau’s hotels offer plenty of luxurious pool offerings. Grab the kids and enjoy multiple pools, jacuzzis, water playgrounds and private cabanas for both in-house guests and the public. Plus, find fantastic poolside dining options for the ultimate lazy day out.
This gorgeous hotel pool comprises of areas made for relaxing and adventuring. Lounge chairs and cabanas line the pool and call for parents to come and chill out and gaze towards Aqua World, i.e. an aquatic heaven for their offspring. Little ones can slash around the wading pool and challenge themselves safely while the older rascals take advantage of water guns on the pirate ship and zip down the awesome waterslides. The hunger resulting from all the fun can be satisfied with a simple order from the poolside café whilst mum and dad satisfy their need for even more chill by sipping on a cocktail or two. Take a closer peek here!
Aqua World, Level 6, Parisian Macau Lote 3, Strip, SAR, P.R. China, Estr. do Istmo, Macau, +853 2882 883, www.parisianmacao.com
Hotel Pool opens from 7 am to 8 pm daily. Pass for Aqua World is MOP160 per person with a Family package (Buy 3 get 1 free) priced at MOP480 per day!
Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Estrada do Istmo. s/n, Cotai, Macau, China, +853 2880 2000, www.sheratonmacao.com
Open 7 am – 8.30 pm daily (March 26 to October 31, 2018). MOP158 per adult or MOP79 per child (under 12) on weekdays. Weekends are priced at MOP210 per adult and MOP158 per child.
Galaxy Resort Macau’s Grand Resort Deck is an unparalleled, 75,000-square-meter water wonderland boasting, and get this, the world’s longest Skytop Aquatic Adventure River Ride at 575 meters and the world’s largest Skytop Wave Pool. These are the highlights, but there’s more: Macau’s first and only waterslide mountain with 9-meter waterslides and a safe kids’ aquatic zone with spray loops, a splash tower, the splash mountain, aqua dome, foaming geysers and more features that inspire splashes and cuteness! Read in detail here.
Galaxy Macau, Avenida Marginal Flor de Lotus, Cotai, Macau, China, +852 8883 8833, www.galaxymacau.com/en/macau-relaxation/grand-resort-deck
Open 7am – 8.30pm daily (April 15-October 31, 2017). MOP158 per adult or MOP79 per child (under 12) on weekdays. Weekends are priced at MOP210 per adult and MOP158 per child.
Studio City’s cinematic aesthetic and focus on a diversity of content isn’t missing from their pool game. Their magnificent RiverScape takes you down three different adventure routes, underneath bridges and waterfalls, through caves and other passages as ancient tribal heads, alligator jaws, water spitting monkey walls and more make for unexpected company. RiverScape is connected to the more tranquil outdoor pool and also features a kids pool with three different slides so that those who are too young to adventure hard can test their sliding skills safely. Take a look here!
Studio City Macau, Estrada do Istmo, Macau, +853 8865 8888, www.studiocity-macau.com
RiverScape open 9:30am to 6:30pm, Outdoor Pool 8am to 7pm. A daily pass is MOP330 for adults and MOP130 for children below 1.2 meters or 12 years.
Swim around Macau’s only-guitar shaped pool! Chill out and enjoy the rocking beats and enjoy Wave Pool’s premium summer seafood and meat barbeque buffet and sweeten it up with French desserts. Goodness gathered from around the world and served to you at the poolside! The place is made to combine food and water in a more fun way than what you do every day at lunch. There’s plenty of salty and fruity snacks and liquids too.
The Countdown Hotel, Level 3, Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macau, +853 8868 6640, www.cityofdreamsmacau.com/en/dining/detail/wave
Adults pay MOP398 each, kids aged 6-12 MOP208 each while those under 6 enjoy for free.
For safety reasons, kids below 140cm are required to have swimming vest or swimming sleeves and be under parental supervision when playing in pools in Macau. Hotels offer a limited stock of swimming vests and swimming sleeves for lending it but might be best to bring them along for the little ones.
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