There is no Marriott in Macau, but there is a hydrofoil from Hong Kong to Macao. The rates quoted are in Hong Kong Dollars ($1 HGD = $0.129 USD). Folks in Hong Kong go to Macau to gamble. It also sounds like they go there to golf, as part of premier service includes your golf bag and one suitcase.
If you want to stay in Macau, the TripAdvisor link below has a list with reviews. I am not familiar with most of them, but the Mandarin Oriental is always wonders, as is the 4 Seasons. There is also a Hyatt, Hilton, Holiday Inn if you want to go with standard US chain hotels.
I see this question was raised a few years ago, but as of 2015, there is now a JW Marriott Hotel in Macau, and it is incredible! The hotel is beautiful, the service is outstanding - connected to a very upscale mall and casino with awesome pool (with lazy river), great restaurants and concierge lounge. We were somewhat hesitant to take time to go see the tourist sites of Macau because that meant time away from the JW Marriott resort. I want to go back there!
The JW Marriott in Macau is a beautiful and amazing property. Everything about the hotel and its staff is incredible, especially the in room dining. I am here on a business trip. Working long hours, even on the weekend. I forget to take time to eat some days.Room service in this hotel is fantastic! If you are busy and do not want to take the time to go out for your meal, the room service here is better than any of the restaurants I have been to in Macau. The staff (e.g. Larie) is very professional and arranges the food beautifully when they deliver it. No need to go out when you stay here. Eat in and enjoy! Delicious!