The St. Regis Macao, Cotai Central eyes Q3 2015 opening

Sands China topped out The St. Regis Macao, Cotai Central, bringing the construction of Sands Cotai Central's fourth and final hotel to its highest structural point.

At 38-stories, The St. Regis Macao, Cotai Central is a 400-key luxury hotel opening in the third quarter of 2015. It is part of the Sands Cotai Central integrated resort, whose three existing towers house hotels by Conrad, Sheraton and Holiday Inn.

In addition to the accommodation offering, Sands Cotai Central currently has 1.2 million square feet of retail, entertainment and dining facilities; meetings and convention space; two spas; and three health clubs.


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Sands Cotai Central and its interconnected sister properties -- The Venetian Macao and The Plaza Macao, including Four Seasons Hotel Macao -- together offer visitors to Cotai business, leisure and entertainment offerings under one roof. In total, there are 9,000 rooms and suites, 600 duty-free shops, international dining, entertainment and Macao's most comprehensive MICE facilities. 

Sands China is a Cayman Islands registered company and is listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited. Sands China is the largest operator of integrated resorts in Macao. The company's Cotai properties are The Venetian Macao, The Plaza Macao, and Sands Cotai Central. The company also owns and operates Sands Macao on the Macao peninsula. Sands China is a subsidiary of global resort developer Las Vegas Sands Corp.

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