Over recent decades casinos world over have transformed into state-of-the-art complexes with multi-purposes, they not only offer a casino complex for entertainment they also offer much more like accommodation, spas and much more. Some new casinos that have and will open during 2016 will be expensive integrated resorts for some popular gambling destinations.
The Wynn Palace Casino Resort
This is the second Macau-based integrated resort/casino opened their doors in June 2016 featuring a 1,700 room hotel, retail stores, food halls, spa, meeting places and a spacious casino with a range of gambling options.
Located on the Cotai Strip, which is known to be the Macau equivalent of the Las Vegas Strip. The Wynn Palace is partly surrounded by a ‘performance lake’, visitors to the resort are transported to the premises via unique SkyCabs that travel across the 8-acre lake.
An amount of $4.1 billion was spent on the construction of this luxury complex.
The Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino
The Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino is an $373 million Asian themed boutique hotel and casino located that is located on the Las Vegas Strip. They began welcoming visitors and gambling Players during August 2016. PENTA Building Group the developer made a promise that the Lucky Dragon would be able to offer “an authentic Asian cultural and gaming experience.”
The complex feature 9 story hotel boasting over 200 rooms, a spa, a number of restaurants that offer both traditional and modern Asian cuisine, plus a separate 19,000 square foot casino building that has various gambling options.
This the first major casino development that has been launched on the Las Vegas Strip for a number of years.
The Parisian Macao
Gambling Giant Las Vegas Sands and their Macau based subsidiary Sands China are launching the French themed, Parisian Macao Hotel and Casino complex based on the Cotai Strip, the signature attraction of this resort is the replica of the Eiffel Tower. The $2,7 billion venue will have a total of 3,000 luxury hotel rooms, the casino will feature many traditional and exclusive casino games, a theater, themed water park, spa, a meeting, convention, incentive and exhibition space plus many other amenities. Other attractions is the roof top terrace that resembles the Versailles Gardens, and a Champs-Élysées retail centre.
The MGM Cotai
This $3 billion complex - MGM Cotai is planned to open in the second quarter of 2017. it is considered that it will be the next architectural masterpiece on the Macau’s skyline.
This is the MGM Resorts International’s second property within the gambling mecca and is expected to be completed and launched during the second quarter of the year.
This masterpiece has been called the ‘Jewelry Box’ of the Macau Cotai Strip. Designed by the American architecture company, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates.
When its fully operational, the MGM Cotai will feature 1,500 hotel rooms and suites, a full fledged casino, a spa, and many food and beverage outlets, a spacious meeting space, as well as the first dynamic theater in Asia.
MGM China is a subsidiary of the MGM Resorts, stated that the integrated resort will be bringing a more diverse and innovative form of entertainment and aims at attracting the mass-market of gambling customers rather than focusing on the high rollers from Mainland China.