One of 15 JW hotels in China,
JW Marriott Macau opened in
2015, featuring 1,015 rooms and
suites. These include the stunning, 110-square-meter Retreat
Pool Suite and the palatial
Suite, each with a private plunge
pool on its patio.
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JW Marriott Macau offers
two swimming pools, one of
which is a dedicated kids pool.
It has also introduced the
concept of “edutainment” to
Macau via the world’s largest
JW Kids’ Club. Covering 800
square meters, the club offers a
wide range of activities for children, including arts and crafts,
cooking classes, science experiments and even K-pop dance
and yoga workshops. Children
can also get a new hairdo at
Macau’s first hair salon for kids,
where young patrons can sit on
carousel cars and watch their
while their trim is taking place.
When it comes to culinary
expertise, the hotel provides
innovative dining experiences in
each of its four restaurants. Enjoy
classic Cantonese cuisine in a
contemporary Chinese setting
at Man Ho; all-day dining with
international and regional cuisine
at Urban Kitchen; a relaxing meal
or snack at the JW Pool Bar, or
a sophisticated tea or cocktail in
The Lounge lobby bar.