Sands China’s President, Wilfred Wong, said: “Our construction progress was not postponed, but has been even faster than expectations since there have been no tourists. The Londoner Macao will open in phases in 2020 and 2021 but the majority of construction has been completed.”
“Only the façade is still waiting for the government’s approval. We hope the pace (of The Londoner Macao’s opening) will have consistency with the government’s border reopening policies. Once we have enough visitors, we could open the Londoner Macao at any time,” Wong added.
Bringing together the very best of this iconic city, from spectacular recreations of world-famous landmarks to uniquely London-inspired public spaces, accommodation, restaurants, retail and entertainment, The Londoner Macao is a celebration of timeless British design. The experience begins with the exterior facade, modelled on the iconic Palace of Westminster and Houses of Parliament, complete with the 96-metre Elizabeth Tower and spectacular clock face.
As guests arrive, the grandeur of the glass canopied porte cochere with cobblestone paving recalls the capital’s most famous train station, Victoria. The grounds and gardens surrounding The Londoner Macao are modelled on the great London parks and gardens and were especially inspired by those at the royal residence of Kensington Palace.
The Londoner Macao features four world-class hotel brands in one location – The Londoner Hotel (luxury all-suites with 594 keys),The Londoner apart-hotel (368 apartments) adjacent to The St. Regis Macao, plus Conrad Macao (654 rooms), Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel (4,001 rooms) and The St. Regis Macao (400 rooms). This gives visitors to Cotai an expanded choice of luxury and mid-scale hotel offerings in one location, with over 6,000 hotel rooms to choose from.