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JW Marriott Macau & Ritz Carlton [Master Thread]

JW Marriott Macau & Ritz Carlton [Master Thread]

Old Apr 26, 18, 12:28 am
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Does RC do upgrades for Platinum?
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Old Feb 5, 19, 9:29 pm
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Just had my first stay at Ritz Carlton Macau and i definitely want to return. I think the food in the lounge was great and I enjoyed the a la carte service. My only complaint about the lounge is that it is not accessible 24 hours like at RC Hong Kong.

Rooms on 52 are scheduled to open later this month. Should be a total of 9 rooms/suites on this floor.
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Old Feb 14, 19, 5:24 am
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Has anyone tried all 4 Marriott properties (JW, RC, St. Regis, Sheraton)? I'm looking to make my first visit to Macau and they all happen to be the same price so is there a clear cut winner for a Plat family with an 11yo (who is very mature and well behaved)?

Edit: Prices are grossly different and apparently I discovered a bug on their website. But, I'll let the question stand.
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Old Mar 13, 19, 7:00 am
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Post deleted as I missed this thread comparing the Sheraton to the JW Marriott: Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central, Macau [Master Thread]

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Old May 9, 19, 7:50 am
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Just had a 2 night award stay at the Ritz Carlton Macau.
Very impressed with the hard product. All rooms are suites and the service by housekeeping is amazing.
Checked out the JW Marriott lobby next door as well and it was nice, but too many people everywhere at all times.

Blows all the Ritz Carltons Iíve stayed in in the US out of the water, but admittedly I havenít stayed at many.
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Old May 29, 19, 7:38 pm
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Anyone stayed at the RC as a Plat on points? What's the cash price to get access to the club lounge? How much for breakfast?

Thanks.
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Old May 29, 19, 8:08 pm
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Originally Posted by zzap View Post
Anyone stayed at the RC as a Plat on points? What's the cash price to get access to the club lounge? How much for breakfast?

Thanks.
it's $1500 + 15% service charge on weekdays and $2400 + 15% service charge on weekends
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Old May 29, 19, 8:11 pm
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Wonderful, thank you!
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Old Jun 1, 19, 6:12 pm
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I have a points reservation at the Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central, for later this month. However, I just noticed that although the paid price difference is significant the points cost is not much of a difference for the Ritz Carlton Macau.

This is for a Ritz Carlton Macau premiere suite that apparently does not include lounge access if I correctly understand the room description. I would prefer a less crowded hotel than the Sheraton, but is there some drawback to the Ritz Carlton Macau that I should consider?
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Old Jun 27, 19, 6:59 pm
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Originally Posted by Xeno View Post
I have a points reservation at the Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central, for later this month. However, I just noticed that although the paid price difference is significant the points cost is not much of a difference for the Ritz Carlton Macau.

This is for a Ritz Carlton Macau premiere suite that apparently does not include lounge access if I correctly understand the room description. I would prefer a less crowded hotel than the Sheraton, but is there some drawback to the Ritz Carlton Macau that I should consider?
good luck getting a points reservation at RC Macau. it's my understanding that there are no points reservations available the rest of 2019.
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Old Jun 28, 19, 4:16 am
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Originally Posted by hawaiiansports View Post
good luck getting a points reservation at RC Macau. it's my understanding that there are no points reservations available the rest of 2019.
RC was available for my dates but I stuck with the Sheraton which was a good choice for me.
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