Hotel Beverly Plaza, Macau, China

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sorry for haven't opened the curtain...outside is the well-known Grand Lisboa!
sorry for haven't opened the curtain...outside is the well-known Grand Lisboa!
Chic and exquisite furniture
Chic and exquisite furniture
the bathroom
the bathroom
Left view from the L shape windows
Left view from the L shape windows
the left glass window allows you to enjoy the delightful night view outside when bathing~
the left glass window allows you to enjoy the delightful night view outside when bathing~
Right view from the L shape windows
Right view from the L shape windows
Lisboa  Casino near Beverly Plaza Macau
Lisboa Casino near Beverly Plaza Macau
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MIddle view from the L shape windows
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Hotel Beverly Plaza, Macau China street/mailing addressAddress: No.70-106 Avenida Do Dr Rodrigo Rodrigues
4 star hotel in Macau
4
Average: 4 (10 votes)
Ranked #5 out of 32 in Macau
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Average price: $75

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01/30/2009
4

I got detail information from tripadvisor and it was really very much usefull to make my two days tripp wonderfull.

Hotel Beverly Plaza is a best hotel to stay in Macau as you need a city centre and tourist location near to Lisbo and other major Casinos . Evrything is awailable near the Hotel . Hotel also have everytype of entertainment for tourists ........everything !!!!!!!!! only bus is of poor quality which will pick up you from Airport or ferry which I think doesnt matter . Rooms are big and comertable .

Lisbo is best Casino I found to enjoy in all casinos in Macau . Taxi expensive . Do not go Venitian Casino if you are expecting something special as it is a biggest casino in world now...but nothing special .......

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01/09/2009
4
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10/29/2008
3

If you arrive via sea just catch the free shuttle bus its for the ritz hotel written on it as this stops at the beverly hotel.

rooms good. but has a strange window looking into bedroom from the bathroom.

The buffet breakfast was terrible, cold and very poor we went once then went to the wynn hotel for a much better breakfast (168 mop). The sands hotel had a great dinner buffet on which was well worth it. not much else to do except having a walk round the casino and in my case winning loads of money on the slots!

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10/21/2008
4
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06/16/2008
4

booked this hotel for 2 nights on the strength of the positive reviews given.

ROOM

hotel is clean and very comfortable. it is not quite next to Lisboa but a few minutes walk away.

as advised, booked the grand deluxe room for 3. the non-smoking floors are on the 12th, 13th and 15th floors. stayed on the 15th floor and had an excellent view of the lisboa and grand lisboa at night from the comfort of our room.

room also delivered on what was promised- renovated room and modern furnishings. for accurate room descriptions(renovated)- look at websites like macau.com to see the room.

the foot massager was a well-loved treat- for all of us after pounding pavements (in macau, taipa and zhuhai). the flush took a while to work, and water pressure was strong.

LOCATION

cut across the maze of shops and cross the road to reach the other big name casinos like Wynn and Starworld.

we also used the buses to town and to coloane.

Bus stop to border and other parts of town are on the right of the hotel.

after exiting the hotel, turn left to walk to Lisboa and take buses to coloane and taipa at the bus-stops in front of the Lisboa hotel. ( at the road circus)

FOOD

room didnt come with breakfast so cant comment on it.

just around the left of the hotel is a delicious herbal jelly shop for those who like 'cooling' drinks and traditional jellies.

when you turn right after exiting the hotel lobby

didnt try the area for food but there is a fook lam moon at the back of the hotel where hotel presidente is.

HOTEL SERVICE

check-in is relatively efficient but check out can be messy,

hotel staff fairly helpful but somewhat impersonal.

housekeeping- remember to call to remind staff about missing cups/ bathrobes/ towels...

Howevver housekeeping can be stubborn and inflexible- refused to give us more coffee cups as she claimed that we could use the tea mugs for provided ( there were 3 of us)

unsure whether housekeeping replaced our towels each day.

INTERESTING ANECDOTE

Steer clear of the 2nd and 3rd floor where the sauna and club are- the hotel bellboys told us in cantonese not to patronise that area- as it is for transactions of an illicit nature! :)

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06/15/2008
4

Though the antique homepage of the hotel may push you cross it out from your hotel list in a second, it is surprisingly pleasant!

We are staying in a Grand Deluxe Room in Building A which was newly refurnished part of the hotel. Comparing to Grand Waldo Hotel in Taipa, which I stayed in a month before, the decoration is plainer yet still cozy and very clean. The home feeling snuggery equipped with LCD TV, large working desk (good for business travelers), exquisite light-color furniture and large space! We 6 people enjoyed a “Twister “night and soccer match in this delight room!

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05/18/2008
4

We enjoyed our 3 nights at Beverly Plaza (if you take a cab, the chinese name is : Fu Hao). The superdeluxe rooms are non-smoking ones located on the 12th, 13th & 15th floor. We stayed on the 13th floor that had a good view of Hotel Lisboa & MGM Grand & the room is quiet.

The room was spacious & I particularly liked the following :-

1) Comfortable contour pillow

2) Complimentary foot massage machine (you need to ask for it)

3) A large writing desk with multiple plugs (so I didn't need to use my adaptor ) for charging your handphone, camera, camcorder all at the same time! (if need be)

The bathroom was pretty interesting as there was a glass screen so you could see your bed or even watch the TV from your bathtub. Of course, there is a screen that can be drawn for privacy.

Breakfast was nothing exciting but at least the coffee was strong & there was fresh fruits & yoghurt. Only hiccup that was our fault was during 1st day at breakfast. We handed 2 breakfast coupons to the waitress but took 1 that was for another day & the waitress refused to let 1 of us in. Not much arguing so we went to our room to get the correctly stamped date for the breakfast coupon.

Other than this, we have no problems with the hotel & would recommend staying there again in our next trip.

Location is good & fairly central. Turn right & you are at a 24-hr eatery that has a wide selection of food. Walk further up to a bus stop that has quite a number of buses that can bring you to most parts of Macau. Before you reach the 24-hr eatery, turn right after the overhead bridge, there is another bus-stop & also a minimart/supermarket.

Turn left & walk towards Hotel / Grand Lisboa or just listen to the music. That's where the casino & gambling starts....

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03/15/2008
4

This is a business hotel with the usual facilities. The room itself is spacious, good for even 3, which was my case. Clean and spacious bathroom, not smoky at all.

Best part of the hotel was its location. A short walk down the road gets you to the new and old Lisboa. Turn the other way and you'll be at Wynn, walk further and you'll get to MGM and Sands.

Nearby are some of the ubiquitous shops 'selling' watches. A convenience store located nearby for drinks and some snacks.

Breakfast was forgettable but edible.

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08/01/2007
4

I paid US-$80 for a weeknight. Room was exceptionally large and was equipped with minifridge, electric kettle, TV with remote, and FREE wired Internet (no wireless available).

My floor was exceptionally smoky, but my room didn't stink, and the in-room AC filter seems pretty powerful.

Tip: Book at the desk in the ferry building when you get off the ferry. The prices aren't inflated, they're cheaper than walk-in. It was $80 at the ferry building's hotel desk, but when I wanted to stay an extra night, the hotel charged US $100. When I asked about the difference, they openly offered that I might be able to get the $80 rate by going back to whatever agent originally booked me. For that matter, you can probably get a better deal on the Internet. When you walk-in, you pay the highest rates.

Also, do NOT book through Wotif.com. I tried to book a Hong Kong hotel through them but they canceled the reservation because they thought it was fraudulent for some reason. I didn't know about this until I tried to check in and found my res. had been canceled! Fortunately the hotel was kind enough to offer me the same rate. Further, Wotif.com refused to refund my money unless I filed a dispute with my credit card company, but if I did that then my credit card company would cancel my card and reissue a new one, and I'd be without a card while traveling.

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