Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott hotels to open in Macau

Marriott International and Galaxy Entertainment Group signed long-term management agreements for more than 1,300 rooms, suites and floating villas at two landmark luxury hotels operated by Marriott International brands to anchor the second phase of the Galaxy Macau: The Ritz-Carlton, Macau and the JW Marriott Hotel Macau.

The two hotels are expected to be Marriott International’s first in Macau. The company expects to open one hotel per month in China over the next three years. At the end of the first quarter, Marriott’s pipeline of hotels either under or approved for construction in China was 54 hotels and 17,000 rooms.

Galaxy Macau offers three hotels and more than 55 restaurants, cafes, bars and lounges in Phase 1 of their Macau development. The addition of the first all-suite Ritz-Carlton hotel and what will be the world’s largest JW Marriott hotel when it opens in Phase 2 of Galaxy Macau.

Galaxy Macau's Banyan Tree Macau

 

The Ritz-Carlton, Macau will feature 250 one- and two-bedroom suites, including the The Ritz-Carlton suite. Designed in a traditional Ritz-Carlton style, the hotel will be located on the top floors of the Galaxy Macau. The hotel’s restaurants will include an all-private-dining Chinese restaurant, the lobby lounge and bar, a pool bar and the Ritz Bar with views over the Cotai skyline. The hotel will also feature an outdoor rooftop pool with Jacuzzi and eight private cabanas. A spa will also be offered.

The JW Marriott Hotel Macau will feature nearly 1,100 rooms and suites, including the Presidential Suite. The hotel’s signature restaurant will be Chinese and feature a selection of private dining rooms. In addition, the hotel will also offer a three-meal restaurant. The hotel will also feature a fully equipped fitness center, a pool, and a salon.

The Ritz-Carlton and JW hotels will also offer additional space for meetings, events and banquets - including individual ballrooms on the ground floor of each hotel - that will have a capacity to accommodate approximately 2,000 guests.

The projected 2015 opening of The Ritz-Carlton and JW hotels in Macau are part of Phase 2 of Galaxy Macau’s “World Class, Asian Heart” Macau development.

Galaxy Macau's Hotel Okura Macau

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