The Londoner Macau Reopens on May 25 with Grand Celebration
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The Londoner Macau’s Grand Reopening on May 25 Marks Luxury Return

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Sands China Limited is set to reopen The Londoner Macau, a rebranded integrated resort, with a grand celebration on May 25. The celebration will be attended by former English footballplayer David Beckham, a Sands Resorts Macau global ambassador.

The resort, which comprises five luxurious hotels with nearly 6,000 rooms in total, has been undergoing a spectacular rebranding process since 2021 and will exude a wow factor in a city already known for superlatives.  

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The US$2 billion luxury renovation features British design aesthetics that convey both prestige and playfulness, inspired by various aspects of English style – from historic architecture and gentleman’s clubs to royal tradition and the Cool Britannia chic of a global Britain.

The resort boasts a glass-covered porte-cochère, a life-size replica of London’s iconic Elizabeth Tower, a palatial Crystal Palace atrium, and a “Changing of the Guard” inspired by the daily ceremony at Buckingham Palace, among other British-themed details.  

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The resort has several exciting new features, including Suites by David Beckham, Macau’s first celebrity-designed suites. The 14 super-luxe apartments range in size from 113 to 298 square metres and are located on the top two floors of The Londoner Hotel. Through the ‘Be My Guest’ programme, visitors can enjoy Beckham’s favourite dishes and his handpicked cigars, whiskeys and cocktails at select restaurants.    

Guests staying at The Londoner Hotel will enjoy exclusive access to The Residence, a private club with themed rooms inspired by historic British figures, royalty and the arts. They can also look forward to the Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, which brings a convivial atmosphere and classic British cuisine to Macau, The Mews, which offers a menu of Thai delicacies in a nod to a cuisine that has become hugely popular in multicultural Britain, and recently awarded Michelin Star restaurant, The Huaiyang Garden. 

With its state-of-the-art conference facilities, including the new 6,000-seat The Londoner Arena, The Londoner Macau is set to become a destination for international sporting fixtures, corporate conferences, high-profile concerts, and long-running shows.

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