JW Marriott Macau launched

Marriott International opened the JW Marriott Hotel Macau in the Special Administrative Region (S.A.R) of Macau in South China. The property is located within Galaxy Macau.

Marriott International currently operates 177 hotels in Asia Pacific and the JW Marriott Hotel Macau marks the region’s 29th JW Marriott property. By 2020, the JW Marriott brand is expected to have more than 50 properties in the Asia Pacific region.

JW Marriott Hotel Macau is located at Galaxy Macau, Phase II – Macau’s newest, fully integrated resort. Here, guests have access to multiple leisure and entertainment options, including shopping, dining, entertainment events and meeting spaces.


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JW Marriott Hotel Macau has 1,015 rooms and suites overlooking views of the Galaxy Macau’s Grand Resort Deck and Cotai Macau. It has four restaurants, including Bruno Correa, Urban Kitchen, JW Pool Bar and The Lounge.

JW Marriott Hotel Macau also has the world’s largest JW Kids’ Club, which has interactive activities for children. There is a dedicated kids’ pool for vacationing family guests and outdoor pool, in addition to access to Galaxy Macau’s Grand Resort Deck with gardens, the world’s largest Skytop Wave Pool, the world’s longest Skytop Rapids and a 350-ton white sand beach. The property also has the Retreat Studios and Pool Suites.

For events, JW Marriott Hotel Macau has a pillar-less Grand Ballroom with ground-level access and multi-purpose function rooms.

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