Set in the heart of Macau, near stunning UNESCO world heritage sites, upscale lifestyle hotel Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau offers a window into the city’s culturally rich heritage. The name “Grand Lapa” draws inspiration from the prestigious neighbourhoods of Lapa in Lisbon where celebrities reside and as a truly homegrown brand, the hotel celebrates Macau’s remarkable heritage.
Discover fascinating tales of Macau’s vibrant past through the art, culture, cuisine and architecture at our resort. Encounter a replica of the Window of Tomar from Portugal and curated works of art by a local Macanese artisan. Dine on innovative culinary dishes at our restaurants serving Portuguese, Macanese, Chinese and Thai cuisines, and savour eclectic cocktails at our bar. Listen to captivating stories from our hoteliers and enjoy an authentic Macau experience all throughout your journey.
Artfully designed with Sino Portuguese influences, every room features an exquisite blue-and-white art piece that pays tribute to Macau’s Portuguese heritage and is hand-crafted by renowned Macanese artist, Carlos Marreiros.
This ultimate luxurious suite also enjoys a prime position at the highest floors of the hotel, and is enhanced with a tasteful mix of exotic fabrics and elegant teak furnishings. In celebration of Sino Portuguese culture, the suite is decorated with elegant Portuguese fabrics, beautiful Chinese teak furnishings and Macanese art pieces.
Macau’s vibrant art and culture are at the very heart of the Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau experience. Throughout your stay, you will have an opportunity to witness Macau’s past and present through the artwork on display at our resort.
Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau pays homage to the Portuguese explorers who traversed the seas centuries ago and introduced Macau to an array of intriguing spices that remain at the heart of local Macanese and Chinese cuisines today.
Café Bela Vista
Café Bela Vista, with its sunlit archways, mosaic floors, whirling ceiling fans and white wicker chairs, is a beautiful tribute to one of Macau’s most iconic landmarks – the “Bela Vista”.
Vasco – Bar and Lounge
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Our Vasco – Bar and Lounge is named in honour of Vasco da Gama, the Portuguese explorer who set out to do what no man had ever done before – open a trade route from Portugal to the East.