THE AMAZING INTERIORS OF THE GALAXY RESORT MACAU!!!

The amazing interiors of the Galaxy Resort Macau are even more elaborate and spectacular than the exterior design.   Shown above is the magnificent view from my room overlooking all of Cotai, Taipa Village and the China Sea in the distance!!   Each room and suite of the Galaxy Macau offers spacious luxurious accommodations with spectacular views and every amenity and modern convenience possible!!

The view is equally as spectacular from the Bath as it is from the bedroom and/or sitting area.  Each room including the Bath offers state of the art technology including open speaker telephones, IPAD Television Screens, and tons of thoughtful amenities for the traveler to be pampered with!!

I just love this self making automated pancake maker: I did see this before at The Royal Garden Hotel in Kowloon, Hong Kong.  The breakfast room at the Galaxy Macau which is called FESTIVA offers every Western breakfast item imaginable together with classic Asian tastes from all over Asia: Thai, Malay, Japan, Chinese, local Macau, India, etc.  A spectacular buffet in an attractive setting; one of the best I have ever experienced!!

The Wishing Crystals: There is a Lobby devoted to this entire formation of colorful rock crystals!!   The Galaxy Macau is located over a legendary well of “good fortune.”  As you walk across the three bridges over the well; reach out to the nine groups of colorful crystals and wave your hands.  They will sense your movement and send back a response.   They say it will bring great luck and fortune!!

Another amazing interior design.  This modern web of sculpted metal and steel leads you through to the dining establishments of the adjacent Okura Hotel Macau which again is all part of the triple partnership: Galaxy Macau, Banyan Tree & Spa and Hotel Okura.   Okura offers ultra modern design with zen-like public rooms and incredible Japanese restaurants such as the very lovely Terrace restaurant which offers indoor/outdoor seating.

 

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