Integrated Resorts
City of Dreams, Macau

City of Dreams is an integrated entertainment resort like no other. It is the premier leisure and entertainment destination in Macau, setting new standards of excellence and innovation. Situated in the heart of Cotai, it offers all things to all people, including electrifying entertainment, a wide array of accommodations, regional and international dining, designer brand shopping and a spacious and contemporary casino.

As Melco’s flagship property in Macau, City of Dreams brings together the world’s most respected brands, including NÜWA, Grand Hyatt and Franco Dragone to create exceptional integrated resort and entertainment experiences that appeal to the broadest spectrum of visitors from around Asia and the world.

Alongside its impeccable, personalized service, City of Dreams offers a kaleidoscope of entertainment options for all visitors to enjoy. It is home to the world’s largest water-based extravaganza “The House of Dancing Water”, an iconic and spectacular audio visual multimedia experience; SOHO, an ultra-chic dining and entertainment district; Club CUBIC, one of the largest and most prestigious clubs in Macau; and The Boulevard, a chic lifestyle precinct encompassing entertainment, restaurants and boutiques. City of Dreams has established itself as a premier leisure and entertainment destination in Macau.

City of Dreams continues to receive wide acclaim for its innovative and diverse entertainment offerings and award-winning resort facilities. City of Dreams’ NÜWA is the first integrated resort operator in Macau to complete Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star achievement for all of its facilities, including the hotel, restaurants and spa. Melco is leading the luxury travel ratings across Macau by holding nine Forbes Five-Star Awards and one Four-Star Award in 2017.

City of Dreams also stands out for having the most Michelin Star restaurants in Cotai and once again succeeded in achieving its rating in “Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2017”. Its restaurants that have received this prestigious recognition include the Michelin Two-Star Chinese culinary masterpiece Jade Dragon and contemporary French restaurant The Tasting Room, and Michelin One-Star sushi restaurant Shinji by Kanesaka - Sushi Maestro Shinji Kanesaka’s first Greater China outlet.

Unsurprisingly, City of Dreams, with its many unique offerings and features, has helped reshape Macau’s tourism landscape. For decades, Macau was regarded as a localized, gaming-centric destination. The opening of City of Dreams in June 2009 changed everything, endowing the enclave with a diverse array of entertainment offerings that has since helped it become Asia’s premier travel hotspot. The innovative and quality entertainment offerings have captured opportunities created by an emerging new middle class in Asia that possesses significant spending power and interest in travel and leisure. Their patronage of City of Dreams has in turn enabled Macau to benefit from many social and economic benefits.

While City of Dreams has been leading the way the premium segment of the gaming and entertainment market in Macau, it has never grown complacent. As part of the Phase 3 development of City of Dreams, Morpheus is expected to open in 2018. Designed by the late legendary architect, the “Queen of the Curve” in architecture Dame Zaha Hadid, Morpheus, is sure to become an iconic landmark in Cotai, and Macau as a whole, owing to its distinctive design – the world’s first free-form exoskeleton architectural composition incorporating a number of architectural and technological breakthroughs. Morpheus perfectly complements City of Dreams’ already world-class gaming and non-gaming attractions, and signifies the beginning of a new wave of opulent hospitality experience in Macau that has the potential to attract visitors from global destinations.

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