The City of Dreams is a one-of-a-kind new breed of casino resorts in Macau featuring high-end hotels, around the clock entertainment and gourmet restaurants. Since opening its doors in 2009, it attracts global tourists and thrill-seeking gamblers.
It offers 42,000 square feet of gambling, unrivalled dining and opulent accommodations. It features four towers where the luxury hotels are located, the mega-casino, more than 200 exclusive shopping facilities and over 20 bars and restaurants. The resort itself is a magnificent combination of artistic, sweeping interiors, contemporary furnishings and bold lighting. The casino offers 1,350 casino slot machines and 520 tables.
The City of Dreams features a unique and action-packed water-based show in the House of Dancing Water as well as a Dragon’s Treasure sound and light show. Other entertainment includes adult-themed lounges and when you peel yourself away from the casino floor, there is an abundance of excellent dining options. The emphasis is placed on fine dining with signature restaurants featuring sleek interiors and jaw-droppingly stylish where dressing up is expected.
Signature attractions besides the casino include the Aquarium and the Bubble fountain. Accommodation is unrivalled too where sheikhs feel at home in the Crown Towers or Hard Rock Hotel as well as the Mandarin Oriental.
Foxwoods Resort Casino is located in the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe Reservation and opened in 1986. It has a gaming space of 344,000 square feet and the hotel offers luxury accommodation in its 2,266 rooms. The entire resort covers a large 9,000,000 square feet.
Foxwoods is a popular international destination with nine airports in close proximity. T.F. Green Airport and Bradley International are the two closest under fifty miles away. It is in addition, less than fifty minutes’ drive from Hartford and Providence while Boston is less than two hours’ drive.
The casino has more than 5,500 slot machines and over 250 gambling tables for poker, roulette, craps and blackjack.
Foxwoods has a massive Race Book with 50-foot digital projection screens. It also has a dedicated casino for mini-baccarat and blackjack called the Rainmaker Stadium that doubles as an online casino within a land-based casino. The technological appeal of this casino is that players interact with their dealers via massive, high definition screens.
In addition to gambling, there are live shows and entertainment, various luxury and speciality shopping and world-class dining. A variety of nightlife options and drinks include the Play Bar, High Rollers Luxury Lanes, Hard Rock café, Live@Atrium Bar and Lounge and Centrale Fox tower.