Fortune Diamond (haven't rise up from fountain yet!)On my recent trip to Macau (3rd to 6th December 2011), I stayed at the Presidente Hotel on my first night (as Galaxy Macau was full!) and the next two nights at the Galaxy Macau and between the two hotels, my preference is obvious! Galaxy Macau is a 1,500 rooms hotel that opened on 15th May 2011 (still very new!) and houses the casino, restaurants, luxury stores and many more on the ground floor. The 410 rooms Hotel Okura and the 254 suites Banyan Tree Hotel are located at the adjacent building. There's a travel agency at the other end of the building (opposite the Wishing Crystals) where I bought my ferry ticket back to HongKong International Airport (HKIA) for my return flight to Brunei. Regular free shuttles ply between Galaxy Macau and the Venetian Macau and free shuttles are also available to Macau Ferry Terminal and Taipa Ferry Terminal. Both hotels (Presidente Hotel & Galaxy Macau) charged almost the same rate (B$300.00 per night) but the Galaxy Hotel offers a rebate of HK$300.00 on F&B consumption (you can charged your bills to your room from a wide choice of outlets including the pub inside the casino with live entertainment!), free mini bar, free wi-fi, complimentary breakfast, free ferry tickets to Hong Kong (but not to HKIA) plus a HK$500.00 casino voucher! For more photos of Galaxy Macau, click here.