By The Nation
Offering an insider’s guide to hidden gems, Mark Chung, chief concierge at Sheraton Grand Macao and his team, are standing by to provide exclusive itineraries to help guests explore and learn about the city’s rich Portuguese and Chinese heritage.
“We are very pleased to have the opportunity to work with the local artists at Macau Creations who share the same goal of promoting Macau as we do here at Sheraton Grand Macao,” says Saurabh Bakshi, general manager of operations for Sheraton Grand Macao and The St. Regis Macao.
“My family and I were fortunate to discover more about Macau’s rich and colourful history with Mark Chang, chief concierge of Sheraton Grand Macao and Soda Panda leading the way. We hope our guests can also learn from all of the insights Mark and his Concierge team have to offer about Macao as a destination.”
Priced at HKD1,288 (Bt5,500), guests booking a stay in a Deluxe King or Twin room between now and February 15 can enjoy buffet breakfast or lunch for two at a designated restaurant, a Oneway Cotai Water Jet tickets (Cotai Class) for two (departing from Macao to Hong Kong or the Hong Kong International Airport) or MOP 200 (Bt830) credit redeemable at the hotel’s dining outlets and Shine Spa or admission to Planet J.
Guests will also receive a “Soda Panda” shopping bag and “Macau Choi Heong Yuen Bakery” almond cakes gift box voucher, exclusively designed by Macao Creations. Other benefits include additional MOP100 credit redeemable at the hotel’s dining outlets, Shine Spa or admission to Planet J.
The package is valid for stays from November 1 to February 15 and guests staying an extra night will receive an additional MOP300 credit redeemable at Shine Spa and the hotel’s dining outlets or Planet J Theme Park admission.
Find out more at SheratonGrandMacao.com/en/.