Now Open: Sands Cotai Central

Macau’s Cotai Strip continues to grow with the opening of the Special Administrative Region’s newest integrated resort, Sands Cotai Central. The 3-tower development was unveiled earlier today by executives of parent company Las Vegas Sands, government officials and invited guests at a glitzy launch party featuring a 5-meter tall God of Fortune statue, traditional lion dance and a performance by the China National Symphony Orchestra Choir, while sky walkers traversed a 518-meter high wire to sister resort The Venetian Macao.


3 Celebrated Hotels offering nearly 5,800 Rooms

Sands Cotai Central gathers the internationally-renowned Conrad, Holiday Inn and Sheraton brands to the Cotai Strip, occupying 3 architecturally-distinct towers within the resort.


Conrad Macao Cotai Central’s 636 spacious and elegantly-appointed guestrooms and suites overlook the streetscape and offer modern luxury for travellers. Neutral colours accentuate the urban retreat atmosphere, complemented by quality bedding, marble bathrooms and state-of-the-art technology.


With 1,224 attractive guestrooms and suites, the Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central holds the accolade of being the largest Holiday Inn-branded property in the world. True to its brand promise of a comfortable hotel to relax and be yourself, guests will find a stylish, Asian-inspired space with contemporary decor, bright colours and custom-designed furniture.


When it opens in September 2012, the Sheraton Macao Cotai Central will dwarf its peers in Macau with 3,863 guestrooms and suites. Offering the finest Sheraton comforts, including the signature Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed, guests will find themselves at the crossroads of the territory’s vibrant heritage and energetic future.


Culinary Extravaganza at the Centre of Macau

Diversity is on the menu at Sands Cotai Central, where a variety of food & beverage outlets present a multitude of cuisines and tastes. When fully-opened in the later part of 2012, the integrated resort will feature more than 20 dining options.


Authentic Macanese flavours can be found at Tastes and Grand Orbit, while the Pink Grill, Do Mar and Edo Japanese Restaurant offer international dishes. The aptly-named Yum Cha is ideal for spending the morning as the locals do, while Dynasty 8, North, Southern Kitchen and Xin present dishes from China’s varied regions and provinces. Rice Empire celebrates the pivotal role of rice in Asia and Southeast Asia’s hawker fare can be found at Lucky Express.


Pacific Coffee opens its 7th branch in Macau for coffee lovers. Alternatively, The Lounge at Conrad Macao Cotai Central and Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central’s Pool Cafe and Lobby Lounge provide comfortable spaces to catch up over drinks and light bites.


Meetings, Retail and Recreation

Spread across 2 levels, Sands Cotai Central’s more than 20,000 square meters of flexible meeting space caters to events of all sizes, ranging from private meetings to large-scale conventions and tradeshows. When business is done, guests can head to the Shoppes Cotai Central’s nearly 100 intimate boutiques and galleries for a spot of retail therapy.


For recreation, each hotel will also offer comprehensive spa and health club facilities. 2 world-class casinos, Himalaya and Pacifica, feature intricate themed decor and join Macau’s collection of gaming establishments.


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