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. The moment you step into the lobby, you will discover an extraordinary replica of the “Window of Tomar”, an iconic symbol of Portuguese sea explorations. The hotel has also commissioned one of Macau’s most influential Macanese artists, Carlos Marreiros to design exclusive art pieces that depict scenes of Macau’s past and present.
Encounter his work of blue-and-white panels along the walls at our hotel reception. Entitled “The Happy People in Macau”, this art piece illustrates the cross-cultural landscape of Macau, where people of many cultures have lived happily together for centuries. You will also find his beautiful blue-and-white art pieces gracing the walls of your guest room. If you wish to venture beyond the resort to explore more art and culture, Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau is right at the doorstep to the city’s most significant UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The Leisure Area of Kun Iam Statue Waterfront takes up a total area of about 15,000 square metres and is equipped with children’s playground, walking trail, café, multi-functional court, fitness and leisure area, gateball court, roller skating rink and other leisure and recreational spaces.
One of Macau’s most beloved homegrown talents, Carlos Marreiros is a cultural icon in Macau. Virtually everywhere you look, you will see his artistic creations – at the Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau reception on arrival and even on the wall of your guestroom!