Experience City of Dreams, a unique integrated resort that offers thrills in style combining electrifying entertainment, an amazing array of accommodation, regional and international dining, designer-brand shopping, internationally renowned art, iconic architecture, as well as a spacious and contemporary gaming experience. With The House of Dancing Water, the world’s largest water-based extravaganza; SOHO, an ultra-chic dining and entertainment district; Club CUBIC, one of the largest and most prestigious clubs in Macau; designer-brand shopping at The Boulevard, a chic lifestyle precinct encompassing entertainment, restaurants and boutiques, City of Dreams has established itself as a premier leisure and entertainment destination in Macau.
Pansy, who currently owns 29% of the MGM Macau and sits on the board of ferry and hotel operator Shun Tak Holdings, pulled down more than $1.5 billion when MGM China was taken public in an IPO on the Hong Kong stock exchange in 2011. However, Pansy has not been controversy free. Wynn Macau Ltd to raise US$766mln net from add-on notes. Dec 16, 2020 Newsdesk Latest News, Macau, Top of the deck. Macau casino operator Wynn Macau Ltd said in a Wednesday filing it expected to raise US$765.9 million net from an add-on issuance of senior unsecured notes valued at a principal amount of US$750.
In 2002, Macau started issuing new gaming licenses. Wynn and Adelson were the first in line. Ho still owns 18 of the region's 27 casinos, but the new players are eager to grab more market share.
City of Dreams offers a kaleidoscope of entertainment options for all visitors to enjoy. With a wide range of stylish bars and lounges, multimedia attractions and the most spectacular water-based show – The House of Dancing Water, City of Dreams is the ultimate entertainment hub. As part of the remarkable array of entertainment options, City of Dreams features a 448,000 square-foot casino with approximately 475 gaming tables and approximately 670 gaming machines. From exclusive private gaming salons to the dazzling atmosphere of the gaming floor, City of Dreams delivers a contemporary, total gaming experience.
The House of Dancing Water, an over HK$2 billion production, is the world’s largest water-based extravaganza, representing the live performance centerpiece of City of Dreams’ overall leisure and entertainment offerings. Housed in the 2,000-seat state-of-the-art Dancing Water Theater, it is one of the most spectacularly creative and imaginative productions to be staged anywhere in the world. The House of Dancing Water has created a truly phenomenal attraction in the eyes of the general public in Hong Kong and Macau as well as overseas visitors. It has not only earned plaudits from audiences and critics alike, but has also generated significant positive ripple effects throughout the business, including higher property visitations, hotel occupancies, restaurant covers and gaming spend.
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Club CUBIC, the largest and most prestigious nightclub in Macau, has set new standards for exciting nightlife in town. With approximately 30,000-square-foot of live entertainment space across two levels, the luxurious Club CUBIC features a custom-built dance floor, signature cocktail and champagne bars and private multi-functional VIP party rooms, all equipped with ultra-stylish lighting designs and professional state-of-the-art sound systems. Music lovers and clubbers can indulge themselves in exclusive signature cocktails and chilled champagne, as well as cutting-edge entertainment including spectacular live events and themed parties that feature hip music played by internationally renowned DJs.
The unique collection of hotels at City of Dreams meet the diverse tastes of the wide spectrum of visitors from Asia and around the world. From the Forbes Five-Star Hotel and Spa Award winner Nüwa to the world renowned Grand Hyatt Macau; the provocatively designed The Libertine that is soon to come to the iconic Morpheus with its exoskeleton steel frame designed by Dame Zaha Hadid, not a single detail has been spared; each of these properties offers the best-of-the-best amenities, bespoke furnishings, and an exceptional standard of service you’ll find nowhere else.
Morpheus is like no other property in Macau, or the world. This USD 1.1 billion iconic building is the world’s first ever free-form exoskeleton high-rise architectural structure, designed by legendary architect the late Dame Zaha Hadid. It represents another stunning world first contribution Melco has created in Macau, characterized by an unprecedented level of attention to detail and designed with the premium guest experience in mind. With a total of 772 guest rooms, suites and villas, an executive lounge, a sky pool situated 130 meters above ground, the world’s coolest brand options, an in-house Spa Butler concept, as well as VIP gaming and VIP villas on the top floors, Morpheus offers guests world-class experiences that exceed 5-star hotel standards.
Inspired by the eponymous heroine from Chinese mythology, NÜWA represents classic Asian refinement, seen in every considered detail that communicates Oriental aesthetics and luxury. Set to redefine the standards of accommodation, NÜWA features approximately 300 palatial guest rooms, offering an exclusive experience for those seeking refinement and sophistication in every aspect of their stay. All elaborately furnished with Asian touches, facilities include a main brasserie restaurant and lobby bar, private VIP gaming salons, the multiple award-winning spa, a fitness center and pool deck.
Centrally located, adjacent to the main entrance of City of Dreams, the boutique hotel features approximately 300 guest rooms in a number of configurations.
Grand Hyatt Macau’s two distinct towers is a stunning architectural statement at City of Dreams. Grand Hyatt Macau offers approximately 800 guest rooms, boasting contemporary designs and stylish interiors. Guests can also appreciate the easy and convenient access to the extensive meeting and banquet facilities, as well as restaurants and bars all located within the twin towers.
From fine dining to casual fare, City of Dreams offers a diverse range of world-class restaurants for every taste and occasion. It has over 30 food and beverage venues including the Michelin Three-Star Chinese culinary masterpiece Jade Dragon, and Two-Star contemporary French restaurants Alain Ducasse at Morpheus. At Morpheus, dining options include L’ATTITUDE, a more casual bistro concept and bar, and the Michelin starred gastronomic restaurant Alain Ducasse at Morpheus. Taste buds will also be awakened by Yí, which offers regional Chinese cuisine served in a daily changing non-menu style format. In addition, SOHO, a lifestyle entertainment and dining precinct located on the second floor of City of Dreams, revolutionized Macau’s dining scene with its kaleidoscope of worldwide cuisines, sophisticated bars and daily live performances. SOHO is the place in Macau to experience the chic, metropolitan lifestyle.
The resort is also home to some of the world’s most sought-after brands. From high-end fashion labels, streetwear, premium fashion and beauty brands, to exquisite jewelry and timepieces. City of Dreams is the gateway to retail fantasies for cosmopolitan shoppers.
Founded in 2000, the Franco Dragone Entertainment Group creates, produces and operates artistic productions on an international scale.
Its famous founder Mr. Franco Dragone directed several successful and outstanding shows in Las Vegas among which were “Le Reve”, “O” at the Bellagio and Celine Dion’s “A New Day”. He also directed “La Nouba” for Disney.
The Franco Dragone Entertainment Group has brought The House of Dancing Water, a world-class production that puts together its breathtaking imagination and spectacular creativity, to City of Dreams in Macau.
Republican mega donor Sheldon Adelson and his wife have given US$75 million to a new super PAC that is attacking Democratic nominee Joe Biden, an investment made amid Republican concern that President Donald Trump’s campaign is flailing and might not be able to correct course.
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Sheldon also owns casinos in Macau.
The money from Adelson has been the driving force behind a US$68 million attack campaign against Biden by the group Preserve America, which launched in August. It is run by Chris LaCivita, the strategist behind the 2004 Swift Boat Veterans for the Truth campaign, which helped tank then-Democratic nominee John Kerry’s bid with misleading ads that questioned his record in the Vietnam War.
The Adelsons’ role in Preserve America, as well as the amount of money both he and his wife, Miriam, contributed were unclear until Thursday, when the group filed its first mandatory disclosure with the Federal Election Commission.
The creation of the group is a sign that some Republican donors are worried by the approach taken by Trump’s campaign, as well as his officially sanctioned super political action committee, America First Action.
“America First made a series of tactical mistakes” and “peaked too early” while groups supporting Biden “hit the right buttons,” said Dan Eberhart, a Republican donor who has given over $190,000 to Trump’s election efforts, including $5,000 to America First Action.
A spokesperson for Adelson, who is the chair of the Sands casino corporation in Las Vegas, did not respond to a request for comment. Preserve America declined to comment.
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Preserve America came into existence at the end of a tumultuous summer in which Trump’s standing in the polls took a hit over his handling of the coronavirus and the resulting economic downturn.
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Trump’s campaign and America First Action collectively spent over US$247 million on TV and Facebook advertising between April and August, according to data collected by the ad tracking firm Kantar/CMAG. But the ads fell flat, did little to dent Biden’s lead in the polls and lacked a thematic approach to build a case against Biden.-AP