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Sheraton to Open 3,863-Room Hotel in Macau   February 28, 2012

Sheraton is gearing up to open its most epic property this fall with the debut of the Sheraton Macau Hotel, the largest hotel in Macau and Starwood's largest hotel in its portfolio.More>>

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PATA Releases International Visitors Results for September   December 8, 2011

The Pacific Asia Travel Association's report showed that there was an an 11 percent increase in international visitors to South Asia in September, while there was a much lower showing of visitors to the Pacific.More>>

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Macau to Welcome World's Largest Holiday Inn   August 9, 2011

InterContinental Hotels Group has signed a 1,224-room Holiday Inn franchise contract with Sands China.More>>

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Asia Rising: Travel Industry Bets Big on Asia-Pacific Market   June 9, 2011

PhoCusWright research offers analysis of Asia-Pacific market.More>>

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Galaxy Macau Opens With Record-Breaking Numbers   May 16, 2011

Galaxy Macau, Macau's eagerly anticipated mega-resort, opened its doors on May 15. More>>

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Galaxy Macau Appeals to Foodies    May 12, 2011

Massive Macanese resort will feature more than 50 restaurants when it opens next week, with more to come. More>>

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Galaxy Macau   April 5, 2011

A resort complex with three hotels, more than 50 dining venues and numerous gaming tables and machines will grace the “Vegas of the East” in May.More>>

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Hot New Hotels   March 2, 2011

“Hot” meant “boutique” in the West and “mega resorts” in the East but together they made up the noteworthy additions to the hotel industry last year.More>>

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Hot New Hotels   July 19, 2010

Here are the newest resorts you need to be telling your clients about now. Click through for exclusive video plus photo galleries and initial coverage by our editors.More>>

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Playboy Club Macau Debuted November 20   November 22, 2010

Taking after the original Playboy Club in Las Vegas, the Macau counterpart has been designed to reflect the latest Asian trends in high-end entertainment.More>>