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Studio City Macau - The MacauTripping Review 2016

The Star Tower King

A few steps into the room is the bedroom... with floor to ceiling windows on both sides (almost.)

Studio City Macau Review Bedroom

A plush pillow top mattress is set against a padded headboard which in turn is framed to the ceiling with a similar padded material.

Studio City Macau Review Bed

The bed features four decorative pillows, and four sleeping pillows. Turn down service placed the decorative pillows in the valet before bed time.

Studio City Macau Review Bed Pillows

There is a lot of design deliciousness in the details here. Not only is this a fantastically usable night stand - switches, outlets, phone, note pad and remote all at arms length - it gorgeous, subtle and very well considered. I love the dual stripe design motif - peep the gold, double border, embroidered box on the pillow cases, the double border piping on the headboard, and both pairs of gold metal double inlays in the wall.

Studio City Macau Review Nightstand Right

The other side featured a clock radio with a bundled USB cable, more switches and outlets plus a tissue box. A reflective nightlight is mounted on the underside of both night stands.

Studio City Macau Review Bed Nightstand

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Definitely share the same thoughts on Studio City. The only thing that frustrated me between it and Crown was that they shared the same Antica Farmacista bath amenities. From what I've seen elsewhere, it looks like they're used in the Star Tower too. Antica makes great products, sure, but Melco could have added variety by using different scents at each property. Seemed ever-so-slightly PGP-ish to me.

John - I had a different take on the Antica Farmacista amenities. I felt that they were an upgrade for Studio City. Could be because I went to Crown first and Studio City next, whereas you did the opposite.

From this review, it seems like walk from the check-in desk to the elevator bank is a transportive one. From the elevator bank up to the hallway to the room, it looks like another planet from the ground floors. And holy shit, that is a lot of square-footage in the bathroom

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