Macau Fisherman’s Wharf has been a pretty popular spot in the city for locals and frequent travelers for many years. Its seaside collection of restaurants, entertainment venues and picturesque alleyways provide a pleasant contrast to the bright lights and unrelenting action of nearby NAPE or the gaming hub of Cotai. But beyond entertainment, the Fisherman’s Wharf complex also harbors the largest facilities for meetings and banquets on the Macau peninsula.
The Convention and Exhibition Centre of Macau Fisherman’s Wharf has a total of 5,260 square meters of space with 10 separate rooms and capacity for 3,000 people. The venue features three exhibition halls, five multi-function rooms, two VIP rooms and a hall foyer ready for a variety of meetings.
The center can also host conventions and exhibitions over a single area spanning 2,740 square meters with a capacity of over 200 booths. The MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions) offer is complemented by a wide range of banquet options including indoor and outdoor facilities, the latter comprising two terraces and offering Western and Chinese cuisine alternatives.
An outdoor 3,500 square meter amphitheater modeled on ancient Rome offers an additional multi-purpose stage and capacity for an audience of up to 2,000 people.
The hospitality offering at Macau Fisherman’s Wharf has expanded over the past few years with the opening of Legend Palace and Harbourview Hotel Macau. Monte Carlo-inspired Legend Palace Hotel has 223 five-star deluxe guestrooms and suites and offers views over the Pearl River, while Harbourview Hotel is reminiscent of 18th Century Prague. Harbourview has 389 guestrooms and 55 suites, a jacuzzi, gymnasium and all-season indoor swimming pool.
The Fisherman’s Wharf complex provides a full ecosystem combining shopping, food and beverage, art, entertainment, hotels and MICE facilities all a stone’s throw from the Outer Macau Ferry Terminal and conveniently close to the historical downtown of the city, the airport and the border gate.