Macau has stolen the crown from London for the most Five-Star rated hotels, according to Forbes Travel Guide’s latest rankings.

In total, Macau garnered 22 top-rated properties, while also being ranked as the location with the most new Five-Star rated hotels in the world.

The new additions are the Galaxy Hotel, Grand Lisboa Palace, Karl Lagerfeld, Londoner Court and Londoner hotels.

Macau contributed 22 of the 360 total Five-Star hotel ratings, three Four-Star ratings (Conrad, Grand Hyatt and St. Regis) and two ‘Recommended’ hotels – Parisian and Venetian.

In total, Macau earned 63 Five-Star ratings for its venues. In addition to the 22 hotels, 25 restaurants and 16 spas received the top ranking.

Sands China, Melco, MGM China and Galaxy all received four Five-Star awards for hotels on their properties.

Sands China: The Londoner, Londoner Court, Grand Suites at Four Seasons, Four Seasons Hotel

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Grand Suites at Four Seasons

Melco: Altira, Morpheus, Nuwa, Star Tower at Studio City

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Melco’s Morpheus hotel at City of Dreams

MGM: MGM Macau, Mandarin Oriental, Skylofts at MGM COTAI, Emerald Tower at MGM Cotai

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MGM Cotai’s Emerald Tower

Galaxy: Hotel Okura, Galaxy Hotel, Banyan Tree Macau, The Ritz-Carlton

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Galaxy Macau’s Banyan Tree

SJM and Wynn Macau both received three Five-Star hotel awards.

SJM: Karl Lagerfeld, Grand Lisboa Palace Hotel, Grand Lisboa Hotel

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SJM’s Grand Lisboa Hotel

Wynn Macau: Wynn Palace, Wynn Macau, Encore Macau

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Wynn Macau

For non-hotel Five-Star awards, both Wynn Macau and Melco Resorts led in total accolades, with 12 each. Wynn Macau properties received 9 restaurant awards and 3 spa awards, while Melco received 7 restaurant awards and 5 spa awards.

SJM received 5 Five-Star ratings, for 3 restaurants and 2 spas.

MGM China properties received four such awards, for 2 restaurants and 2 spas.

Galaxy Macau received three ratings, for 2 restaurants and 1 spa.

Sands China received two such awards, for 1 restaurant and 1 spa.

Sands also received two Four-Star awards for its St. Regis spa and Iridium spa.

As part of the six operators’ new 10-year concessions, which came into effect on January 1st, the operators have pledged some $14.8 billion in investment, with non-gaming making up $13.4 billion of the pledge – including hotel, f&B, entertainment, MICE and other offerings.