Grand Coloane Resort
Macao, China, Pearl River Delta, Coloane Island
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The Resort at Grand Coloane
Grand Coloane Resort is situated on Coloane Island in Macau, a former Portuguese colony that is now a Special Administrative Region of China. Macau is located just off the Chinese mainland, opposite the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong. Macau’s subtropical climate, rich colonial heritage, unusual blend of cultures and rising reputation as a gambling Mecca, makes it a popular destination. The resort is only 20 minutes away from the Macau Ferry Terminal, 10 minutes from the Macau International Airport and 5 minutes away from the newly developed Cotai Strip.
Grand Coloane Resort enjoys a beautiful secluded location overlooking the South China Sea and the unspoiled Hac Sa Beach. This grand complex built in tiers on the hillside is topped by the Macau Golf & Country Club's fairways, right on its very rooftop! Mediterranean in style and atmosphere, the hotel is spacious and airy; all accommodation boasts a terrace with uninterrupted views of the sea. The resort offers fine Cantonese and international cuisine and a range of bars. The Club features a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities, while Hac Sa Beach and Coloane National Park are just steps away. On this tiny territory half the size of Manhattan, Macau's attractions are all within easy reach with the resort's shuttle service.
Golfer guests at Grand Coloane Resort enjoy club privileges at Macau Golf & Country Club, conveniently accessed from the resort’s top floor. Home to the Macau Open, Macau Golf & Country Club is an exclusive private member's club with a stunning a 18-hole championship golf course built over the hills dominating the sea, affording sweeping views over the Pearl River Delta. The layout ranges from flat to undulating, with strategically placed bunkers and lakes, narrow, undulating fairways and well protected greens. An abundance of flora adds seasonal colour to the golf course, creating a truly memorable playing experience.
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Grand Coloane Resort
Grand Coloane Resort enjoys a beautiful secluded location overlooking the South China Sea and the unspoiled Hac Sa Beach. This grand complex built in tiers on the hillside is topped by the soft rolling green expanse of Macau Golf & Country Club's fairways, right on its very rooftop! Mediterranean in style and atmosphere, the hotel is spacious and airy, and features over two hundred and eight guestrooms, each designed with sliding bay windows opening up onto a large terracotta terrace with uninterrupted views of the sea.
The resort offers fine Cantonese cuisine specializing in dim-sum and homemade dishes at the Chinese restaurant Kwun Hoi Heen. It has two private rooms where diners are served with an uninterrupted sea view.
Diners can also enjoy a wide variety of local, Portuguese, Indian, Asian-inspired and international cuisine at Café Panorama, which features both indoor and outdoor seating. The partially sheltered open-air Café Terrace and The Fire Place offer daily BBQ specialties with unique natural surroundings and garden setting.
The tastefully decorated Panorama Lounge, Porto Bar and opened Poolside Bar serve a great selection of liquors and beverages in a relaxed-yet-stylish setting
The Club offers a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities, while Hac Sa Beach and Coloane National Park are just steps away.
208 Rooms & Suites • Spacious Rooms (42 sqm. + 24 sqm. terrace), Deluxe Suites & Presidential Suite
All guest rooms are refurbished with vibrant, modern décor with A/C • IID phone, broadband internet access, satellite TV and in-house movies • Minibar, coffee/tea makers, and safe • Large bathrooms with separate bath-tub and shower stall with hairdryer and vanity mirror
24-hour room service • Laundry service • Concierge • Ferry transfers • Shuttle service to city centre • Gift Shop • Baby sitting
Garden Marquee • Garden Lawn • 2 Boardrooms • 6 Meeting rooms • Garden court • Grand Ballroom (188 sqm./dividable in 3 function rooms) • 24 hour Business Centre
Kwun Hoi Heen (Fine dining Cantonese restaurant) • Café Panorama (Local & international cuisine) • Panorama Lounge • Porto Bar • Poolside Bar
Tennis courts • One multi-purpose court • Outdoor pool, children's pool and Jacuzzi • Game Centre • Kids Club
Heated indoor pool & Jacuzzi • Sauna & Steam Room • Spa • Fitness Studio
Macau's attractions are all within easy reach with the resort's shuttle service
Hac Sa Beach • Coloane National Park • Macau Historic Centre (UNESCO World Heritage Site) • Cotai Strip (Asia's top casinos) • Coloane Village • A-ma cultural village • Hong Kong (60 min. by fast ferry)
Macau Golf & Country Club
• Championship Course
Hiroshi Ikeda, (1993) 18 holes - 6,624 yds - Par 71
Home to the Macau Open, Macau Golf & Country Club is an exclusive private member's club with a stunning layout built over the hills dominating the sea, affording sweeping views over the Pearl River Delta. The layout ranges from flat to undulating, with strategically placed bunkers and lakes, narrow, undulating fairways and well protected greens. An abundance of flora adds seasonal colour to the golf course, creating a truly memorable playing experience.
Ocean Driving Range + Short game practice facilities
Luxury locker rooms & massage rooms. Proshop. Spa (Sauna, steam bath and whirlpool). Outdoor pool and Pool Bar, Golfers' Grill
Pearl River Delta Golf
From Macau to Hong Kong and Guangdong on the Chinese mainland, the Pearl River Delta has turned into a new golfing Mecca, with an impressive range of premium golf courses designed by world renown architects. All are within an hour drive or easily accessible by the fast ferry service crisscrossing the delta and operating round the clock to Macau.
• Guangdong Golf
With so many layouts to play at Mission Hills, the world's largest resort with 12 signature courses, it is difficult to find time to try some other courses in the province of Guangdong. Yet there are plenty of other good faciities around and in particular Shenzen Golf Club, one of China's oldest club. Designed back in 1985 by the legendary Japanese player Isao Aoki, the original layout was revamped by Robin Nelson and Neil Haworth in 2000, adding an extra nine. A ten minute drive from the Hong Kong border, the course unwind in parkland surroundings with the scenic backdrop of the city downtown's skyscrapers. Shenzen played host to the 2006 China Open.
• Honk Kong Golf
A trading port in the 19th century, Hong Kong has developed into a leading financial centre and the British heritage has left a great passion for the game. The territory boasts five golf clubs totalling seven 18-hole and two 9-hole courses. The oldest one is The Hong Kong Golf Club, former "Royal" and featuring four courses at two different locations; the original nine holler built in 1898 on Hong Kong Island, and three 18-hole courses at Fanling in the New Territories, where the club extended in 1911.
The Jockey Club is another vintage institution, founded in 1884 to promote horse racing. Under colonial rule, the club also enjoyed royal patronage and today it has been selected to stage equestrian competitions for the 2008 Olympic Games. The golf section of the club dates back to 1996, when the Kau Sai Chau golf facility was created to meet the growing demand for golf in Hong Kong. Located along a the rugged coastline of the Sai Kung Peninsula, the club boast three championship courses.
Macau & Pearl Delta
The mouth of the Pearl River forms a large bay knwon as Pearl Delta. This bay separates Macau from Hong Kong and Shenzhen, while the historic town of Canton lies at the head of the delta.It is one of the most densely urbanised regions in the world and one of the main hubs of China's economic growth.
Situated on Coloane Island, Macau is a former Portuguese colony that is now a Special Administrative Region of China. Macau is located just off the Chinese mainland, opposite the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong. Macau’s subtropical climate, rich colonial heritage, unusual blend of cultures and rising reputation as a gambling Mecca, make it a popular destination. On this tiny territory half the size of Manhattan, Macau's attractions are all within easy reach. Flagship attractions are the Cotai Strip and Macau Historic Centre, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its unique blend of Chinese and Portuguese cultures.
A former British colony, Hong Kong is now one of the two special administrative regions (SAR) of the People's Republic of China. About the size of New York City, the territory lies on the eastern side of the Pearl River Delta, opposite from Macau. Bordering the Guangdong Chinese province to the north, the territory is bathed by the South China Sea dotted with 235 islands, the main one being Hong Kong island itself.
In 20 short years, Shenzhen has been transformed from a fishing village to a fast-track metropolis of over 10 million people. Burgeoning high-tech manufacturing, logistics and financial services industries have helped Shenzhen achieve the highest per capita GDP in mainland China. And yet, the environment has not been left behind, as Shenzhen was recently named an International Garden City and was also awarded the Global 500 Environmental Award.
Known historically as Canton, Guangzhou is the third largest city in China and southern China's largest city. For thousands of years, the sub-tropical metropolis of Canton has attracted visitors and rulers to the Pearl River delta. Known variously as the Flower City, Canton and the Southern Gate of China, this evergreen City has served as the capital for three Chinese dynasties. In ancient times, travelers came here to trade for exquisite silks. Today, Guangzhou is a leading commercial and manufacturing region - a cultural center with several universities, and is noted both for its valuable embroidery crafts and extraordinary Cantonese cuisine
Address & Contact
Grand Coloane Resort
1918 Estrada de Hac Sa
Coloane Island, Macau
Macau International Airport (MFM): Daily flights to China, Taipei, Singapore and Bangkok
Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)
Ferry Terminal to Hong Kong (60 min./round the clock fast ferry service)
Shenzhen International Airport (SZX)
Ferry Terminal to Shenzen, China (60 min.)
All year (Hotel & Golf)
Subtropical, with temperate winters and hot, humid summers