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Hard Rock Macau at City of Dreams Photo Review

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Hard Rock Macau Tv

The desk looks like leftovers from the former Crown Taipa, with an extremely uncomfortable desk chair and other furnishings purchased from a 1960's Scandanavian Dental Supply Catalog. How. Incredibly. Ugly.

Hard Rock Macau Bed

The bed continues the wood veneer concept with more matching pleatherette from the dentist chair on the headboard. The bedspread is surely maroon, not even close to the spicy metallic red on the coffee table. Our props to the interior design crew for not even bothering to match the pantone colors on the furnishings. The guitar on the pillow case is a nice touch though.

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These photos all look just vaguely depressing. Maybe because of the framing of the writing, but still.

WOW! I have to say, I am REALLY unimpressed. They really need help. Roger Thomas, you're services are needed.... :)

Dramman' loves to smoke cigars... Original Cubans? ;-) Macau has really good places to smoke cigars, not only in the room.

My silence as more to do with a change in station. I am stuck in Cleveland now for three years for law school...sigh.

I will say that the place was a bit better than described by Chuck, however I am got in a bind as the room ended up comped. So I do not want to say anything too negitive or positive.

The whole COD complex at times was astounding, and at times a bit ho-hum. It did seemed hurried, and parts remain unfinished. I do not know what Chuck did with the other photos. Chuck?

MisterM> Of course they are Cubans! I am a bit insulted you have to ask. Best place to smoke cigars in Macau IMHO is any craps table. Other than that the center bar at the MGM Grand. Also if your staying there, the pool at the Ponte 16. Chuck I know has a hard-on for the roof top bar at the Crown/Altria (I found the clientel insipid, but with a friend I could change my mind).

The shops over there all pretty much have the same prices, they are all operated by Pacific Cigar in one way or another (the exclusive Habanos franchisee for East Asia). I recommed the Sheraton Hotel in HK before you go, small shop stocked to the gills and some odd, wonderful things rolling around the humididor. Macau side, the shop at the Wynn is pretty good.

One last note, HK has banned smoking in most public bulidings and businesses. Macau hasn't.

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