Luxury tower apartment offers 360-degree views of the city of Macau

Written by By Sayyoung Cho, CNN Hong Kong Ever wanted to live the life of a global art collector? Now you can. You can rent out the place atop the 220-metre Macau Four Seasons…

Luxury tower apartment offers 360-degree views of the city of Macau

Written by By Sayyoung Cho, CNN Hong Kong

Ever wanted to live the life of a global art collector? Now you can.

You can rent out the place atop the 220-metre Macau Four Seasons Hotel for as much as $78,000 a month. The unit, which comes complete with a swimming pool, gym and bedroom, will remain available for bachelors and bachelorettes seeking the high life.

The Four Seasons Macau’s new penthouse comes equipped with a glass roof and is touted as one of the tallest floors in Asia. Credit: Courtesy Four Seasons Macau

When the Four Seasons Macau (in the Pearl River Delta, Macau’s main business hub) finished building its 168-room skyscraper, it also commissioned Bruno Santos, an architecture firm, to devise a unique suite and rooftop living experience for its clients, according to Four Seasons.

The conclusion was to create the Tower Penthouse Luxury Suites on the 23rd floor, a personal serviced residence that boasts 140 square meters of floor space.

Bruno Santos designed the tower penthouse to host 2nd and 3rd-level residents. Credit: Courtesy Four Seasons Macau

The Tower Penthouse also comes equipped with a glass roof and is touted as one of the tallest floors in Asia.

It is accessed by an elevator to enter the premises. The penthouse’s bathrooms are also integrated with sweeping panoramic views of Macau and the mainland.

Each penthouse suite was painted and conceptualized by Santos. Credit: Courtesy Four Seasons Macau

The parlor in the penthouse comprises a dark wood floor and a private dining area. There’s also a large atrium-style lounge that has great views of Macau’s Venetian Bay casino complex and the alluring Macau peninsula, with its world-famous nighttime scenes of boats and tall buildings.

Santos designed the penthouse to host 2nd and 3rd-level residents.

“We wanted each guest to feel relaxed and refined when they are housed here,” Santos said in a statement.

“Now, the tower penthouse is the first in Asia that combines luxury living, luxury service and luxury design for everyone. Each of the distinctive suites acts as an experience through which people can explore a sense of place and place of mind.”

Four Seasons’ managing director Richard Shu said that this was the first of its kind in the region.

No reservations are required to visit the Tower Penthouse Luxury Suites. Once they’ve arrived, however, you’ll need to be a Four Seasons member and have an International Club card.

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