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Altira or Crown Macau is a high-end casino that is a favourite spot of many serious gamers. Compared to other casinos in Macau, it is modest in size. Among the different options available at the casino, you will find 220 gaming tables and 500 slot machines. There are a number of VIP lounges for people with memberships at the casino. The Crown Macau casino started for the public on May 12, 2007. However, when it started out, it still had several portions under construction and this did not go down well with the visitors who came in initially. The estimated cost of Crown Macau when it was finally completed was $586 million. In 2009, the name Crown Macau was altered to Altira.

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Located on the northern edge of Taipa Island, Crown Macau is close to two other famous casinos, the Greek Mythology and Casino Taipa. The Cotai Strip and the Taipa Bridge also lie in the vicinity. The Macau racetrack and the famous Macau Club for Jockeys are within a short walking distance from Altira.

The Crown Macau hotel is a six star-rated hotel. It is slightly on the expensive side and is more suited for the higher class. However, it does make for a memorable staying experience.

The Crown Macau hotel is a 36-storey building with a total of 216 standard rooms and 24 suites. For more spacious and luxurious room seekers there are eight villas in the hotel. A standard room costs about $350-$500 for a single night. The rates are liable to change during the weekends when more guests come in.

Crown Macau has an array of fine-dining joints, which serve cuisines of varying tastes. Two famous chefs, Hiroshi Kagata and Tam Kwok Fung, work at two restaurants here. The Ying restaurant serves Cantonese dishes. Kira is famous for its ethnic Japanese food. Both the restaurants are great options to dine at especially if you are looking for some great dining experience. Restaurant Aurora is a delight for French items and French food lovers. There is also another restaurant called the Tenmasa, which is famous for a typical Tokyo setting.

In addition, a Monsoon Noodle Bar serves traditional Chinese dishes like barbeque dishes, rice of different flavours, dim sums, and noodles. If you are looking for a Pan Asian assortment of dishes then there is Bai Wei restaurant that you can try. Besides these, if you are craving for a quick bite or a tea or coffee and some pastries, then you can check out the Lago café or the Spray café.

Two bars at the hotel have a huge selection of beverages. The Flow Bar or the Casino bar offers tea and coffee along with soft drinks and cocktails as well as a variety of juices. For alcohol lovers there is a bar called the Lumina café.

The selection of food and drinks at this hotel is huge. No matter what kind of meal you are looking for, you will find it here. Moreover, the dining experience at Crown Macau is something to really look forward to.

Of the different facilities, that Crown Macau offers the following are some that the guests must enjoy; a beauty and hair salon, a room for workouts, a spa that offers complete spa treatments, Jacuzzis, and an indoor swimming pool.
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