Lek Hang Group Announces Soft Opening of Hotel Central
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Lek Hang Group Announces Soft Opening of the Historic Hotel Central

Lek Hang Group Announces Soft Opening of Hotel Central Photo by Lek Hang Group

Property development company Lek Hang Group has officially announced the soft opening of its flagship hotel at the Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro, the historic Hotel Central.

The century-old hotel is opening its doors today, April 30, with a HK$2 billion investment by Lek Hang Group for its acquisition and revitalisation. It is situated beside some of Macau’s most iconic landmarks, like the Ruins of St. Paul's and The Senado Square.

Offering a total of 114 rooms, the revamped Hotel Central is intended to cater to the accommodation needs of different types of travellers. This includes six different types of rooms with different layouts and facilities.

Lek Hang Group's Hotel Central Interior Design Preview
Photo by Lek Hang Group

To pay homage to Macau’s vibrant culture and history, the hotel’s interior design, designed by Cheng Chung Design, is also incorporated with vintage objects personally handpicked by Lek Hang Group Chairman Simon Sio.

The hotel will also be home to the renowned restaurant Palace, which serves nostalgic Western fares, traditional dim sum, and many more.

In celebration of its soft opening, which coincides with the May Day holiday, Hotel Central is also offering a promotional package, with which guests can enjoy a two-night stay with complimentary breakfast for two and mini-bar access for as low as MOP788 per night.

To learn more about Hotel Central or book your stay, click here.

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