The Opening of Andaz Macau as Hyatt’s Vibrant Lifestyle Hotel Concept

At the intimate Andaz Bar, business and leisure guests can unwind while enjoying creative cocktails prepared by the hotel’s expert mixologists and beers produced by a local brewery, complemented by a selection of sophisticated hand-bites.

The design of Andaz Bar also pays homage to Macau’s distinctive European-style architecture, while splashes of teal and orange are a reminder of the city’s proud maritime history.

A Masterclass in Macau-inspired Design and Art Work

Paying homage to Macau’s traditional architecture and richly diverse culture, Andaz Macau’s design offers a contemporary and vibrant reinterpretation of the city’s unique heritage.

Inspiring visitors to discover the “real Macau”, interior architects have taken visual cues from some of the city’s most evocative motifs, from the UNESCO-recognized East-meets-West architecture and the distinctive forms of its old maritime harbor ships, to the rich traditions of local Chinese culture and the dynamic international lifestyle of modern Macau.

Imagined as the richly decorated residence of a knowledgeable antique dealer with a deep understanding of Macau’s multifaceted cultural heritage and a vast collection of antiques and art acquired over the years, guests at Andaz Macau will intuitively encounter these distinctive and varied pieces, offering a captivating visual journey that also provides the opportunity to learn about the city’s history and culture while they move through the hotel and explore the different spaces.

Upon arrival, guests encounter “Landscapes Interlaced”, a large wall installation featuring layered day and night photographs of the Macau skyline with natural elements indigenous to China and Macau.

Also on display are elegant sculptures made with hand-painted Portuguese tile patterns and mannequins dressed in intricately embroidered couture gowns with classic cheongsam collars. These art pieces capture Macau’s juxtaposition of East-West cultures and present a powerful introduction to the story of the real Macau as visitors enter the hotel.

“Juxtapose”, meanwhile, is a stunning series of steel sculptures by Malaysian artist Tang Mun Kian that pays tribute to the city’s historic architecture, iconic landmarks, and the insights of local residents.

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