A Slice of France at The Parisian Macao


A weekend in Paris might be one of those fancy dream vacation that everyone has been longing for. Ever since i was a little girl, I've listed Europe, especially Paris on my bucket list of places to visit before I die and I am no way letting go of that dream. Since it would require a fortune to travel to Paris with my entire family, I've set it aside for a while. But just recently i realized that at a fraction of the time and cost, i can actually turn this fantasy into a tempting reality by visiting the newest attraction in Macau, The Parisian.

If you have read my blog about our recent honeymoon trip, I've mentioned The Parisian as one of the places to visit when travelling to Macau and it's actually one of the highlights of our tour. I just thought of sharing some of our photos taken at this luxurious resort and why its a must-visit place when in Macau.

Located at the glistening Cotai Strip, the lavish Parisian Macao boasts 3,000 rooms with comprehensive, facilities and amenities that made it an ideal destination for family holidays. It is equipped with a themed water park and a 21,000 sq ft kids’ club. It also has a rejuvenating spa center and a 1,200-seat theater. While Paris is a fabulous destination for shopping too, The Parisian Macao beautifully recreates the mini Paris vibe in this part of the country with approximately 170 boutiques in an iconic Parisian setting. In a nutshell, think about the whole Paris experience in a place which is just a ferry ride away from Hong Kong or a two-hour plane ride from the Philippines! 

What fascinates me the whole time we were at The Parisian was the grandest and realistic replica of the Eiffel Tower and the well designed Parisian architecture charmed with modern elegance.

Upon entering the main lobby of The Parisian, i was overwhelmed by the dramatic replica of Place de la Concorde's Fontaine de Mers. I immediately fell in love with its changing of colors, and while looking up the ceiling dome, i was amazed by the massive mural resembling Versailles.

Every corner is just so impressive and flamboyant. The lobby itself is so majestic that i felt like i was being transported from the millennial back to the old-world century. Stepping into this ornately decorated hotel was like a royalty with all the bright red and golden fixtures, and the many 17th century crystal chandeliers around. 

The Eiffel Tower replica is approximately half the size of the original one in Paris with a view deck on the highest floor. Admission tickets are available if you wanted to go up and marvel at the whole city from over the top. This part of The Parisian also comes to life every night, with a light show that dazzles the eye and celebrates the spirit of the city. We've only stayed there for like 2 hours and headed back to our hotel after taking a lot of photographs. I believe that one day wouldn't be enough to cover all the places and the shoppes that this 5,200 sqm. integrated resort has to offer to guests.

The Parisian Macao is truly a stunning sight to behold. Owned by The Sands, this 2.7 billion slice of French life in the heart of the city of Macau remains to be an option that is not to be missed with its almost complete representation of an authentic Parisian experience. 

Given another chance to visit Macau, i would love to experience a night in one of their rooms and experience more of Paris in this side of the world. Surely, with all its impressive amenities, it is going to be a highly enticing and memorable experience. 

What do you think about The Parisian Macao?

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