If downtown Macau is where you want to be, this modestly priced member of the Lisboa hotel group is a short walk away from Senado Square and the other World Heritage sites that make up the Historic Centre of Macau. Although its 1975 construction renders it an old-timer, you can't tell its age due to renovations. Standard rooms are large and perfectly fine, but surrounding buildings have eclipsed views. If you book directly with the hotel, you might find yourself upgraded to a bigger, higher-priced room on a higher floor if it's available. I've always found hotel staff welcoming and eager to please, and I also like the hotel's coffee shop, open 24 hours and providing free Wi-Fi to those who dine here.