W Hotels, part of Marriott’s Bonvoy, has opened W Macau – Studio City on the city’s Cotai Strip, marking the debut of the W Hotels brand in Macau.

Designed by world-renowned Zaha Hadid Architects, the hotel says it takes inspiration from the glamour of 1950s Hollywood, with rich detailing, geometries and contemporary representations of Macau’s unique East-meets-West culture and history.

The design of the hotel’s 557 guestrooms and suites takes its cue from classical cinema as well as Macau’s maritime history.

Ranging in size from 37 to 258 sqm, all 430 rooms and 127 suites offer views of Cotai Strip or the city.

All rooms feature a Bluetooth sound system, so guests can enjoy their favorite playlists as they craft drinks at their signature in-room W Mix Bar.

On the 38th floor, the two-bedroom Extreme WOW Suite (W’s take on the Presidential) offers 270-degree floor-to-ceiling windows, a circular bed, and a generous dining area complete with a kitchenette featuring Portuguese-style ceramic tiles.

Four distinctive restaurants and bars at W Macau – Studio City invite guests to sample the the city’s fusion-forward cuisine.

Day-to-night coffee and cocktail bar Living Room serves up niche coffees and creative cocktails alongside Chinese-Portuguese-inspired pastries and baked goods. A.P.D. (A Perfect Dose), the speakeasy extension of Living Room, is an intimate space with a menu of beverages based on the theme of infusion and smoke.

Hawker Hawker, the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant, incorporates influences from a busy local marketplace, with live kitchens and a menu of international and local flavours.

On the 40th floor, specialty restaurant DIVA offers contemporary Cantonese fine dining paired with Te Jiu (tea-infused cocktails) in an Art Deco setting. Adjacent to the restaurant is the hotel’s destination bar Blind Tiger, which overlooks the city and features an apothecary-inspired bar counter.

Other amenities include a gym, a spa, and the hotel’s 16m indoor pool area, WET, which features a jacuzzi, a cool-down pool, swing beds and a communal steam and sauna room.

“W Macau – Studio City celebrates the glamor of nostalgic cinema as well as Macau’s very unique cultural heritage,” said Adrian Chan, general manager, W Macau – Studio City. “We are looking forward to welcoming guests and hosting locals who seek to push boundaries and explore this amazing city through the unmistakable lens of W.”