What You Need To Know:
Hotel Fortuna is a busy and well kept hotel in the downtown peninsula district. The Fortuna casino is a densely packed, multi-floor casino that caters primarily to hard core middle tier gamblers from the Chinese mainland. The The hotel is a good choice for those looking to get a no-frills basic Macau experience. Fortuna Hotel is a great choice for people who want to explore but not pay for experiences at the new casino resorts in Macau like StarWorld, Grand Lisboa, Wynn Macau or MGM Macau.
Fortuna Hotel is located in the western edge of downtown Macau two blocks north of Avenida de Amizade and 2 blocks east of Hotel Lisboa and Grand Lisboa, right next door to Louvre Casino, Arabian Nights Casino and Casino Kam Pek.
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A Little History:
Casino Fortuna was at one time a waterfront property. With the steady reclamation of land in Macau, the Fortuna is now about 5 blocks inland.
Fortuna Hotel News:
Fortuna Hotel is a three star hotel that features clean rooms at a good value. Amenities include mini bar, internet access, workout room, swimming pool.
Hotel Fortuna offers three dining and drinkin' options including: Abalone Ah Yat (Chinese seafood), Fortuna Court (Chinese and some international dishes) Fortuna Lounge (bar, snacks).
Restaurants, Bars & Nightlife:
Dining guide listings are coming soon.
Fortuna Hotel offers guests a swimming pool as well as the Supreme Sauna - steam rooms, pools, jacuzzi tubs and private massage packages available 24 hours per day.
Attractions and Things To Do:
Attractions listings are coming soon.
There are two casinos inside of the Fortuna Casino - the mass market casino on the ground floor and the slightly more exclusive (not really) Fortuna Casino on the 5th floor. Like most of the middle-aged casinos in Macau, Casino Fortuna is essentially a hotel floor that has had its rooms removed and replaced with a ton of casino tables. The ceilings are a little bit higher, so they obviously planned to make it a casino. The dealers are friendly and the crowd is one of the more rambunctious and vocal than at most joints in downtown Macau.
Table limits range from HK$50 on up, with the average being HK$100 for the most popular game - Baccarat.
The real show here is on the sidewalk outside of the casino on the weekends. There are bunch of real characters outside, possibly Chinese gangsters and loan sharks - quite a raucous bunch.
Casino Games Offered:
Baccarat, Blackjack, Sic Bo, Video Slots, Three Card Baccarat, Big-Small
Comps & Perks:
Fortuna is owned by Stanley Ho's SJM / SDTM and uses their eCard to track play and comps.