MGM China Holdings Ltd has unveiled plans to transform the once defunct junket rooms and a currently closed art space on the second level of MGM Macau, a prominent casino hotel in Macau. The aim is to create a brand-new area dedicated to meetings, incentives, and conferences, in line with the company’s strategy of infusing “art and cultural elements” into its properties, as mentioned by MGM China’s chairperson, Pansy Ho Chiu King, in late August.
The renovation project has already commenced on level two of MGM Macau, targeting a vast area of approximately 60,000 square feet (5,574 square meters) within one wing of the floor. This area includes the previously shut art space and some “ex-junket rooms,” which were previously used by various junket operators.
The reimagined space on MGM Macau’s level two will not affect the operations of the in-house VIP gaming space and some remaining junket operations housed in another wing on the same floor. This strategic move ensures that existing gaming activities continue uninterrupted.
MGM China aims to unveil the transformed space at MGM Macau, providing visitors with a fresh experience in the third quarter of 2024. The focus of this revamped area will be on meetings, incentives, and conferences, aligning with the company’s commitment to incorporating diverse cultural and artistic elements into its offerings. This venture represents a strategic shift in repurposing underutilized spaces to cater to evolving guest preferences and demands.
Original story by: GGRAsia
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