Luxury hotel Galaxy Macau set to open early 2011

Hong Kong-headquartered Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) will open its newest luxury hotel, Galaxy Hotel, at its Galaxy Macau integrated destination resort in early 2011.
 
Galaxy Hotel features 1,500 rooms and suites with sweeping views and varying sizes from the Galaxy Room which features 35 square meters to the Premier Suite which offers 121 square meters.
 
The 550,000-square-meter Galaxy Macau is scheduled to open in early 2011 as the newest integrated destination resort in the Special Administrative Region’s Cotai entertainment area. With an investment of $14.9 billion, Galaxy Macau will feature a resort deck with a 4,000-square-meter man-made beach—350 tons of white sand deposited along a 150-meter-long shoreline frame the world’s largest rooftop wave pool with waves reaching as high as 1.5 meters.

It will also host Macau’s finest selection of Pan-Asian cuisine, including a wide range of Chinese ethnic cuisines, as well as bars, nightclubs and a retail boulevard for leisure travellers.
 
Owned and operated by GEG, Galaxy Macau is considered the world’s first “Asian” resort destination because of its focus on Asian hospitality, tastes, sensibilities and design influences, intended to attract visitors from around the region as well as international guests seeking an authentic Asian resort holiday experience.

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