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Conrad Macao Named Five-Star Hotel by Forbes Travel Guide in Official 2019 Star Ratings Announcement

Forbes Travel Guide has unveiled its annual Star Rating list, naming Conrad Macao, Cotai Central as a Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Hotel for the fifth year in a row. Conrad Macao also has the unique distinction of being the only Conrad Hotel in the world to achieve this status. Bodhi Spa at Conrad Macao was also awarded a Four-Star rating for the sixth consecutive year.

Conrad Macao is a stylish, award-winning hotel in the heart of Sands® Cotai Central. The hotel has 654 spacious guestrooms including 224 suites located in a 40-storey tower overlooking the Cotai Strip. Conrad Macao offers both business and leisure guests an array of international and local restaurants, more than 200 luxury designer and lifestyle stores, as well as a Pool Deck, Health Club and Bodhi Spa.

“To be recognized with a prestigious Forbes Five-Star rating for the fifth straight year is extremely gratifying for the hard-working and committed team here at Conrad Macao,” said Mao Miyazawa, General Manager of Conrad Macao. “Not only are we the only Conrad hotel in the world to achieve this accolade, the fact the awards are consecutive speaks volumes to the consistency and excellence of our workforce and how the hotel is valued by the many smart luxury travelers we welcome every day.”

“We are delighted to celebrate the 2019 Star Rating winners, an outstanding collection of hotels, restaurants and spas that demonstrate a strong culture of service,” said Filip Boyen, Chief Executive Officer of Forbes Travel Guide. “In a time of information overload and fake reviews online, Forbes Travel Guide is the ultimate trusted source in luxury travel. Our objective, data-driven Star Rating list features properties that have achieved an impeccable standard of excellence in hospitality. We congratulate everyone associated with the prestigious properties recognized today.”