Wellness haven at Sheraton Macao

MACAU  Shine Spa, the newly opened Sheraton Macau’s 1,700sqm wellness haven, offers to restore the glow to executives wearied by too much brainstorming.

Its Beauty Zone with six multifunctional beds can accommodate small groups – if bigger, participants can come in waves – and be treated to foot massage as well as manicures and pedicures. Whether all male or female, or even a gang of three couples, these sessions with prior notice to the chef can be spiced up by snacks and champagne for a more indulgent experience. 

The biggest Sheraton property in the Starwood Hotels & Resorts stable, with 3,896 guestrooms, Sheraton Macao has purposely been positioned for the meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions market, especially of the type and range seen in Las Vegas such as leading computer expo COMDEX. Ed Tracy, chief executive of Sands China, which bankrolled the hotel, remarked on the sidelines of Sheraton Macao’s opening yesterday: “Previously, we couldn’t attract big events to Macau, because we didn’t have the room inventory, but now we do.”

Of interest to organisers in Sheraton Macau’s venue arsenal will be:

• Kashgar Ballroom – pillarless and measuring 4,891sqm and able to accommodate over 5,000 guests theatre style. It can be further broken down into 16 individual spaces.

• Six junior ballrooms – representing 15,000sqm of space with access to another three junior ballrooms in the adjacent Conrad Hotel

• Restaurants in the adjoining Cotai Central Mall – Cuisines served include Chinese such as the fine-dining hot pot Xin and Italian, including the Tuscany-centred Bene, which has a bar area that can be closed off for small groups.

For more details visit www.sheraton.com/macao

Margie T Logarta


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