Family-Friendly Morpheus Hotel At City Of Dreams Macau

Zaha Hadid-Designed Hotel In Macau

Morpheus Hotel Macau

Like something from the future, Morpheus is an unmissable addition to the Macau skyline. The newest hotel from Melco Resorts & Entertainment is the world’s first high-rise building supported by a free-form exoskeleton and was designed by the late Dame Zaha Hadid. Architecturally striking both inside and out, the building was inspired by jade artifacts and is sculpture-like in its appearance.

Part of the City of Dreams, Morpheus is home to approximately 770 guest rooms, as well as three villas with interior private pools and six duplex villas. As well as retail and gaming, there is an executive lounge and, on the 40th floor at a height of 130 meters, an infinity pool. The building can be scaled in one of the view-enabling lifts, while dining options are available on the sky bridges, offering stunning panoramic vistas and skylights.

For the kids, Kids’ City currently operated in the City of Dreams is a must!  Explore this 17,000 square-foot mega playroom with four distinct zones EXPLORE, EXCITE, CREATE, and DREAM.

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

A site to see for the whole family, Morpheus is open in Macau!

Who It's Perfect For:

Design fans, architecture lovers and frequent visitors to Macao looking for something different.

What Else:​

Morpheus opened this month and is the first of the new hotel brand created and developed by Melco International Development Limited to focus on an offering that is contemporary, premium, sophisticated and thoughtful.

Additional Info:​


City of Dreams, Estrada do Istmo, Macau

+853 8868 6688 

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