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A Guide to Land-Based Casinos in Macau

September 14, 2022 Macau iGaming & Gambling

Macau is now the new gambling capital of the world. It is where gambling enthusiasts from all over the world would go if they are in search of the best casino experience. We have previously listed some must-visit casinos in the Philippines. Now, let us hop on an imaginary plane and travel to another part of Asia and discover some of the biggest and most popular land-based casinos are found there.

Is a gambling trip to Macau in your future plans? We have compiled a list of its most popular casinos for your consideration.

The Venetian Macau

Owned by American hotel and casino operator Las Vegas Sands, The Venetian Macao is a 39-story building on Macau’s Cotai Strip based on its Las Vegas counterpart, The Venetian. It has a total floor area of 10,500,000 square feet (980,000 square meters), making it the seventh largest building in the world in terms of floor area.

The resort’s main hotel tower was completed in July 2007, and it opened to the public on August 28, 2007. It has 3,000 suites, 1,210,000 square feet (110,000 square meters) of convention space, 1,600,000 square feet (150,000 square meters) of retail space, 550,000 square feet (51,000 square meters) of casino space that features 3,400 slot machines and 800 gambling tables), and the 15,000-seat Cotai Arena for entertainment and sports events.

Sands Macao

Sands Macao, which is in Sé, Macau, has a casino that spans 229,000 square feet (21300.0 square meters). Designed by Steelman Partners, LLP and owned and operated by the Las Vegas Sands Corporation, it opened on May 18th, 2004 at an estimated cost of $240 million. An addition was finished in 2006, bringing the total square footage of the casino from 165,000 square feet (15,300 square meters) to 229,000 square feet (70,000 square meters). Then, late in 2007, a brand-new hotel tower was added, raising the total number of rooms at the establishment to 289.

The Parisian Macao

On Macau’s Cotai Strip, The Parisian Macao boasts a half-scale, 525-foot Eiffel Tower. Aside from this distinguishing and eye-catching feature, there are over 2,700 hotel rooms, 170 stores, and 56,000 square feet of conference space. The resort also has a 1,200-seat theater, which hosted Thriller Live for the first month the hotel was open. It also anticipates bringing in more Broadway and West End productions in the future. Inside, you will see a big fountain and atrium that evokes modern France. There are also 150 gaming tables, as well as an extensive retail area.

MGM Macau

The MGM Macau, formerly known as MGM Grand Macau, is a casino resort with 600 rooms and 35 stories located in Sé, Macau.

The first phase of the casino features a gaming area with a total square footage of 222,000 (20,620 square meters) spread out across two stories and around the Grande Praça. The hotel’s conference space totals 1,452 square meters (15,630 square feet), with an 807-square-meter ballroom for weddings, galas, and other special occasions. Additionally, the hotel collaborates with Six Senses Spa to provide a 2,720-square-meter spa with 12 individual treatment rooms.

The MGM Macau complex also has a wide selection of dining options, as well as pubs and lounges. In total, you may choose from one of 12 restaurants or bars.

MGM Macau made an expansion that will increase the size of the casino’s second floor by 4,400 square meters (47,000 square feet). There will be room for 70 extra tables and 240 more slot machines thanks to the expansion.

Wynn Macau

Operated by international resort developer Wynn Resorts, Wynn Macau is a luxury hotel and casino resort in the Macau Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. The resort features over 59,000 square feet (5,500 square meters) of retail space, eight casual and fine dining establishments, two spas, a salon, and a pool.

Similar to Encore Las Vegas, the all-suite boutique hotel Encore at Wynn Macau opened on April 21, 2010 and is fully integrated into the current activities at Wynn Macau. The total number of rooms in Wynn Macau is 1,008; Encore Macau alone houses 410 suites, 41 of which are Grand Salon Suites.

Grand Lisboa

The Grand Lisboa is a 47-story, 261-meter-tall hotel in Sé, Macau, making it Macau’s tallest building and the most prominent feature of its skyline. Its casino and restaurants opened to the public on February 11, 2007, and the hotel a year after. There are 800 gaming tables and 1,000 slot machines in the casino. There are 430 hotel rooms and suites in the property.


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