British-themed The Londoner Macao to open from 2020-2021

From 2020 to 2021, Las Vegas Sands and Sands China will progressively open The Londoner Macao, a reimagining of the company’s existing Sands Cotai Central Cotai Strip integrated resort.

Joining The Venetian Macao and The Parisian Macao at the Cotai Strip, The Londoner Macao will incorporate four hotel brands: the new The Londoner Hotel (previously Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central), alongside existing properties Conrad Macao, Cotai Central, Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central and The St. Regis Macao, Cotai Central.

The Londoner Macao will be Sands’ latest collaboration with David Beckham, who will work with the interior design team to bring his vision and style to the top floor suites of The Londoner Hotel, representing his first foray into design. 

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The Londoner Macao will have authentic recreations of classic British landmarks, with an exterior facade modelled on the Palace of Westminster and Houses of Parliament, complete with 96-meter Elizabeth Tower and iconic clock face.

Interiors will combine British design extending to the Crystal Palace atrium centerpiece, restaurants, retail offerings and entertainment. These will include more than 20 dining options, with several new restaurant concepts including a British style gastropub by Gordon Ramsay and The Mews, a new Thai restaurant.

The property will also have 200 stores at Shoppes at The Londoner (previously Shoppes at Cotai Central), 34,300 square meters (369,202 square feet) of meeting and convention space, three spas and four health clubs.

When fully completed, the integrated resort will also have a new 6,000 seat arena.

Photo credit: The Londoner Macao

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