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.
The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel is the sister resort to The Venetian in Las Vegas and owned by Las Vegas Sands Company in America. It is Asia’s largest single hotel building and by floor area the seventh-largest in the world. It opened its doors in August 2007 with 3,000 rooms and 550,000 square feet of casino space.
Tourists, visitors and gamblers have an abundance of world-class shopping, dining and gambling all in opulent décor. This is a mini city that gives you the opportunity to enjoy theatre, gambling and fine dining. Guests that tear themselves away from the casino can choose from an astounding 20 restaurants that satisfy any palate from Asian International to Western, Chinese, Macanese, Mediterranean, Italian and more. A popular choice that late night gamblers love is the Brazilian steakhouse where they carve meat directly from the skewer in a relaxed and casual ambience.
The casino floor is divided into four themed areas, the Phoenix, Red Dragon, Imperial House and Golden Fish. Here gamblers have a diverse selection of over 800 gambling tables and more than 6,000 slot machines. Consider that you are in one of the world’s largest casinos, even when you are a non-gambler, it is worth strolling through the casino with its magnificent décor and atmosphere.