Macau to Welcome City of Dreams in June


City of Dreams, an integrated entertainment resort set destination in Macau, today announced it will open June 1. It is being developed by Melco Crown Entertainment Limited.

"Our goal with City of Dreams, our flagship development in Macau, has been to set a new standard of gaming and entertainment experience in Asia," said Lawrence Ho, co-chairman and CEO of Melco Crown Entertainment.

The initial opening phase of City of Dreams will feature a 420,000-square-foot casino, a diverse range of accommodations including approximately 300 guest rooms in Crown Towers and The Hard Rock Hotel, over 20 restaurants and bars, an array of retail brands within the lifestyle precinct The Boulevard and an audio visual multimedia show in the dome-shaped The Bubble theatre.

The launch of City of Dreams on June 1 will be followed by opening of Grand Hyatt Macau, which will offer approximately 800 guest rooms and a Dragone inspired theatre production in the purpose-built Theatre of Dreams soon thereafter. The final planned phase of development at City of Dreams will feature a luxury apartment hotel consisting of approximately 800 units.


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