In a recently held conference, Las Vegas Sands and Sands China Ltd. along with Sands global ambassador David Beckham revealed new details about The Londoner Macao — a British-inspired reinterpretation of the brand’s existing Sands Cotai Central Cotai Strip integrated resort.
The Londoner Macao will feature stunning recreations of iconic British structures such as Palace of Westminster, Houses of Parliament, Elizabeth Tower and clock face. The interiors will reflect a classic combination of elegance and grandeur.
The Londoner Macao will offer four luxurious hotel brands in one location including The Londoner Hotel (luxury all-suites with 594 keys) and The Londoner apart-hotel (368 apartments). Two floors at The Londoner Hotel will be dedicated to bespoke suites designed in collaboration with Beckham.
There will be 20 dining offerings to choose from. These include The Mews, Thai restaurant & bar; Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill; Churchill’s Table; and special restaurant for Dongbei and Sichuan cuisine.
Guests can shop from around 200 stores at Shoppes at The Londoner or enjoy recreational amenities at three spas and four health clubs. Furthermore, The Londoner Macao will offer a 34,300 sqm meeting space for organising large and small events.
For entertainment, there is live virtual reality experience and British-themed Streetmosphere shows among others.
Expressing his views on the development of The Londoner Macao, Robert Goldstein Las Vegas Sands President and Chief Operating Officer said, “Sands has invested heavily here because we believe wholeheartedly that Macao’s complete arrival as one of the world’s greatest tourism and business destinations is just on the horizon.
The Venetian and The Parisian have each become “must-see” destinations on the Cotai Strip and we have every confidence that The Londoner will be every bit their equal. The power of these three iconic integrated resorts working in tandem will create a combination of leisure and business tourism amenities unrivalled in Asia and Europe and on par with the success of Las Vegas.”
Londoner Macao will open progressively over 2020 and 2021.