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List all Hotel & Casino from Cotai

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Nuwa

Nüwa, formerly known as Crown Towers, is located at the northern entrance of the Cotai Strip in Macau. It is one of the hotels within the City of Dreams complex and opened on June 1, 2009. Yat Yuen is Macau's first elliptical-shaped building.

Grand Hyatt

Grand Hyatt Macau is located at the northern entrance of the Cotai Strip in Macau. It is one of the hotels within the City of Dreams complex and opened on September 29, 2009. However, the room section was only available for check-in on November 1, 2009. Grand Hyatt Macau primarily caters to leisure and business travelers. The hotel's distinctive twin towers provide a total of 791 rooms and suites for City of Dreams.

City of Dreams

City of Dreams (Chinese: 新濠天地, Portuguese: Cidade dos Sonhos) is a casino resort in Cotai, Macau, SAR of People's Republic of China. Built, owned and managed by Melco Resorts & Entertainment, the resort, also known as CoD or CoD Macau, opened on 1 June 2009. Described as a "mega-casino" by The Guardian, in 2020 City of Dreams was the third-largest casino in the world. In total the property comprises three separate casinos, four hotels, five hotel towers, around 2,270 total hotel rooms, around 30 restaurants and bars, and 175,000 square feet (16,300 m2) of retail space.

Wynn Palace

Wynn Palace (Chinese: 永利皇宮, Portuguese: Palácio Wynn) is the second luxury integrated resort from international resort developer Wynn Resorts in the Macau Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, following the launch of Wynn Macau. Located in Cotai, it features a 28-story hotel with 1,706 rooms, suites and villas, meeting facilities, over 106,000 square feet (9,800 m2) of luxury retail, 13 casual and fine dining restaurants, Macau's largest spa, a salon, a pool and approximately 424,000 square feet (39,400 m2) of casino space. The resort also features a variety of entertainment experiences, including the 8-acre Performance Lake with a choreographed display of water, music and light, the unique SkyCab, spectacular, large-scale floral displays by renowned designer Preston Bailey and an extensive collection of art works by some of the world's leading artists.Wynn Resorts is the recipient of more Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Awards than any other independent hotel company in the world. Wynn Palace is the first and only resort in the world with more than one thousand rooms to receive Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Awards. As of 2020, Wynn Palace now has more Forbes Five-Star restaurants than any other individual resort in the world, including Sichuan Moon which holds the distinction as "Restaurant of the Year." Wynn Palace opened on August 22, 2016.

The Countdown

The Countdown Hotel, formerly known as Hard Rock Hotel, is located at the northern entrance of the Cotai Strip in Macau. It is one of the hotels within the City of Dreams complex and opened on June 1, 2009. It is Macau's first circular-shaped building. On April 5, 2018, Melco International Development, the parent company of Studio City, announced that the Hard Rock Hotel under City of Dreams would operate under the new brand name "The Countdown" from July 2018 to the end of March 2019.

MGM Cotai

MGM Cotai is a casino resort in Cotai, Macau. Opened on 13 February 2018, it is MGM Resorts International's second property in Macau, after the MGM Macau.

Grand Lisboa Palace

The Grand Lisboa Palace is an integrated hotel resort constructed by Sociedade de Jogos de Macau, S.A. (referred to as "SJM") in Cotai, with an investment of 30 billion Hong Kong dollars. Due to the global spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2019, its original opening in 2020 was postponed. On July 30, 2021, the first phase of the Grand Lisboa Palace was unveiled.

Londoner (formerly Sands Cotai Central)

The Londoner Macao (Chinese: 澳門倫敦人) is a casino resort on the Cotai Strip, Macau. On 5 August 2011, Sands China announced that the $4 billion property, long referred to as parcels five and six, would be officially named Sands Cotai Central (Chinese: 金沙城中心). The first portion of the resort opened on 11 April 2012. The resort was rebranded as The Londoner Macao in 2021. The resort's redesign was completed in May 2023.

Venetian

The Venetian Macao (Chinese: 澳門威尼斯人, Portuguese: Macau Veneziano) is a hotel and casino resort in Macau, China owned by the American Las Vegas Sands company. The 39-story structure on Macau's Cotai Strip has 10,500,000-square-foot (980,000 m2) of floor space, and is modeled on its sister casino resort The Venetian Las Vegas. It is the second-largest casino in the world, the largest single structure hotel in Asia, and the tenth-largest building in the world by floor area.

Galaxy

Galaxy Macau (Chinese: 澳門銀河綜合渡假城, Portuguese: Galáxia Macau) is a casino resort located in Cotai, Macau, SAR of People's Republic of China. Construction on the Cotai project began in 2002. Its opening was rescheduled several times. Its developer, Galaxy Entertainment Group, announced on the 10th of March 2011 that the HKD 14.9 billion (US$1.9 billion) resort would officially open on 15 May 2011. The resort was designed by Gary Goddard. The resort currently consists of five different hotels, each with its own 'theme', Galaxy Macau, Banyan Tree, Hotel Okura, The Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott.

Lisboeta Macau

Lisboeta Macau, also known as The Lisboeta, is an integrated resort hotel operated by Macau Theme Park and Resort Limited, located in Cotai, Macau. It is situated near the Macau East Asian Games Dome and Grand Lisboa. The hotel spans a land area of 106,015 square meters, with a total construction area of 141,035 square meters, and it has been confirmed that there is no casino on the premises. On July 17, 2021, the hotel opened some of its facilities, including indoor skydiving, "Lisboeta Night Market," and other dining establishments. On October 23, 2021, the shopping mall officially opened. Additionally, on November 1 of the same year, the cinema located on the second floor of the mall began its trial operations.

JW Marriott Hotel Macau

JW Marriott is a luxury hotel brand owned by Marriott International.

Parisian

The Parisian Macao (Chinese: 澳門巴黎人) is a casino resort on the Cotai Strip in Cotai, Macau, China owned by Las Vegas Sands, which features a half-scale Eiffel Tower as one its landmarks. It was originally expected to be operational in late 2015, with that later changed to August 2016. The hotel officially opened on 13 September 2016.

teamLab SuperNature (Cotai Expo)

teamLab SuperNature is an exhibition hall located in Macau, created by the Japanese art collective teamLab. This exhibition hall is renowned for its unique interactive digital art pieces, showcasing innovative works that combine technology and art.

Broadway

Broadway Macau is an entertainment project located in Cotai, Macau, consisting of an integrated casino and stage. It is owned and operated by Galaxy Entertainment Group Limited and was opened on May 27, 2015.

Studio City

Studio City is a hotel casino resort on the Cotai Strip in Cotai, Macau. The Hollywood studio-themed leisure resort is the first in Asia to integrate television and film production facilities, retail, gaming and hotels. It is majority-owned by Melco Resorts & Entertainment and its subsidiary Studio City International Holdings Limited (SCIHL),Its two towers are connected by the world's first and highest figure-8 ferris wheel.

From Airport to Popular Destinations

From Macau International Airport to Nuwa

Nüwa, formerly known as Crown Towers, is located at the northern entrance of the Cotai Strip in Macau. It is one of the hotels within the City of Dreams complex and opened on June 1, 2009. Yat Yuen is Macau's first elliptical-shaped building.

From Macau International Airport to Grand Hyatt

Grand Hyatt Macau is located at the northern entrance of the Cotai Strip in Macau. It is one of the hotels within the City of Dreams complex and opened on September 29, 2009. However, the room section was only available for check-in on November 1, 2009. Grand Hyatt Macau primarily caters to leisure and business travelers. The hotel's distinctive twin towers provide a total of 791 rooms and suites for City of Dreams.

From Macau International Airport to City of Dreams

City of Dreams (Chinese: 新濠天地, Portuguese: Cidade dos Sonhos) is a casino resort in Cotai, Macau, SAR of People's Republic of China. Built, owned and managed by Melco Resorts & Entertainment, the resort, also known as CoD or CoD Macau, opened on 1 June 2009. Described as a "mega-casino" by The Guardian, in 2020 City of Dreams was the third-largest casino in the world. In total the property comprises three separate casinos, four hotels, five hotel towers, around 2,270 total hotel rooms, around 30 restaurants and bars, and 175,000 square feet (16,300 m2) of retail space.

From Macau International Airport to Wynn Palace

Wynn Palace (Chinese: 永利皇宮, Portuguese: Palácio Wynn) is the second luxury integrated resort from international resort developer Wynn Resorts in the Macau Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, following the launch of Wynn Macau. Located in Cotai, it features a 28-story hotel with 1,706 rooms, suites and villas, meeting facilities, over 106,000 square feet (9,800 m2) of luxury retail, 13 casual and fine dining restaurants, Macau's largest spa, a salon, a pool and approximately 424,000 square feet (39,400 m2) of casino space. The resort also features a variety of entertainment experiences, including the 8-acre Performance Lake with a choreographed display of water, music and light, the unique SkyCab, spectacular, large-scale floral displays by renowned designer Preston Bailey and an extensive collection of art works by some of the world's leading artists.Wynn Resorts is the recipient of more Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Awards than any other independent hotel company in the world. Wynn Palace is the first and only resort in the world with more than one thousand rooms to receive Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Awards. As of 2020, Wynn Palace now has more Forbes Five-Star restaurants than any other individual resort in the world, including Sichuan Moon which holds the distinction as "Restaurant of the Year." Wynn Palace opened on August 22, 2016.

From Macau International Airport to The Countdown

The Countdown Hotel, formerly known as Hard Rock Hotel, is located at the northern entrance of the Cotai Strip in Macau. It is one of the hotels within the City of Dreams complex and opened on June 1, 2009. It is Macau's first circular-shaped building. On April 5, 2018, Melco International Development, the parent company of Studio City, announced that the Hard Rock Hotel under City of Dreams would operate under the new brand name "The Countdown" from July 2018 to the end of March 2019.

From Macau International Airport to MGM Cotai

MGM Cotai is a casino resort in Cotai, Macau. Opened on 13 February 2018, it is MGM Resorts International's second property in Macau, after the MGM Macau.

From Macau International Airport to Grand Lisboa Palace

The Grand Lisboa Palace is an integrated hotel resort constructed by Sociedade de Jogos de Macau, S.A. (referred to as "SJM") in Cotai, with an investment of 30 billion Hong Kong dollars. Due to the global spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2019, its original opening in 2020 was postponed. On July 30, 2021, the first phase of the Grand Lisboa Palace was unveiled.

From Macau International Airport to Londoner (formerly Sands Cotai Central)

The Londoner Macao (Chinese: 澳門倫敦人) is a casino resort on the Cotai Strip, Macau. On 5 August 2011, Sands China announced that the $4 billion property, long referred to as parcels five and six, would be officially named Sands Cotai Central (Chinese: 金沙城中心). The first portion of the resort opened on 11 April 2012. The resort was rebranded as The Londoner Macao in 2021. The resort's redesign was completed in May 2023.

From Macau International Airport to Venetian

The Venetian Macao (Chinese: 澳門威尼斯人, Portuguese: Macau Veneziano) is a hotel and casino resort in Macau, China owned by the American Las Vegas Sands company. The 39-story structure on Macau's Cotai Strip has 10,500,000-square-foot (980,000 m2) of floor space, and is modeled on its sister casino resort The Venetian Las Vegas. It is the second-largest casino in the world, the largest single structure hotel in Asia, and the tenth-largest building in the world by floor area.

From Macau International Airport to Galaxy

Galaxy Macau (Chinese: 澳門銀河綜合渡假城, Portuguese: Galáxia Macau) is a casino resort located in Cotai, Macau, SAR of People's Republic of China. Construction on the Cotai project began in 2002. Its opening was rescheduled several times. Its developer, Galaxy Entertainment Group, announced on the 10th of March 2011 that the HKD 14.9 billion (US$1.9 billion) resort would officially open on 15 May 2011. The resort was designed by Gary Goddard. The resort currently consists of five different hotels, each with its own 'theme', Galaxy Macau, Banyan Tree, Hotel Okura, The Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott.

From Macau International Airport to Lisboeta Macau

Lisboeta Macau, also known as The Lisboeta, is an integrated resort hotel operated by Macau Theme Park and Resort Limited, located in Cotai, Macau. It is situated near the Macau East Asian Games Dome and Grand Lisboa. The hotel spans a land area of 106,015 square meters, with a total construction area of 141,035 square meters, and it has been confirmed that there is no casino on the premises. On July 17, 2021, the hotel opened some of its facilities, including indoor skydiving, "Lisboeta Night Market," and other dining establishments. On October 23, 2021, the shopping mall officially opened. Additionally, on November 1 of the same year, the cinema located on the second floor of the mall began its trial operations.

From Macau International Airport to JW Marriott Hotel Macau

JW Marriott is a luxury hotel brand owned by Marriott International.

From Macau International Airport to Parisian

The Parisian Macao (Chinese: 澳門巴黎人) is a casino resort on the Cotai Strip in Cotai, Macau, China owned by Las Vegas Sands, which features a half-scale Eiffel Tower as one its landmarks. It was originally expected to be operational in late 2015, with that later changed to August 2016. The hotel officially opened on 13 September 2016.

From Macau International Airport to teamLab SuperNature (Cotai Expo)

teamLab SuperNature is an exhibition hall located in Macau, created by the Japanese art collective teamLab. This exhibition hall is renowned for its unique interactive digital art pieces, showcasing innovative works that combine technology and art.

From Macau International Airport to Broadway

Broadway Macau is an entertainment project located in Cotai, Macau, consisting of an integrated casino and stage. It is owned and operated by Galaxy Entertainment Group Limited and was opened on May 27, 2015.

From Macau International Airport to Studio City

Studio City is a hotel casino resort on the Cotai Strip in Cotai, Macau. The Hollywood studio-themed leisure resort is the first in Asia to integrate television and film production facilities, retail, gaming and hotels. It is majority-owned by Melco Resorts & Entertainment and its subsidiary Studio City International Holdings Limited (SCIHL),Its two towers are connected by the world's first and highest figure-8 ferris wheel.

Macau Bus and Other Transportation Service

Hotel and casino shuttle buses

Hotel and casino shuttle buses is convenient to bring visitors from key locations in Macau to their places. Pokeguide is the only transportation navigation app in Macau that considers shuttle buses in point-to-point transportation searches, providing better transportation recommendations for tourists and residents.

Metro Ligeiro de Macau

The Macau Light Rapid Transit is a mass transit system in Macau and is also the first railway system in Macau. The first phase of the project started construction in February 2012, and the first section of the Taipa line was opened to the public on 10 December 2019, followed by the Barra Station Extend Line on 8 December 2023.

TCM

The Sociedade de Transportes Colectivos de Macau (TCM) is one of the bus operators in Macau, Transmac being the other. The company began as a ferry operator in the 1950s, and did not enter bus operations until 1974, when a bridge connecting the mainland with Macau and Taipa (Ponte Governador Nobre de Carvalho) was finished.

Transmac

The Transportes Urbanos de Macau S.A.R.L. (Transmac) is one of the two public bus operators in Macau, China, along with TCM). It began service in 1988, taking over the service provided by its predecessor "Fok Lei Autocarro S.A.".

Cable Car

The Guia Hill Cable Car is an aerial gondola lift system at Guia Hill, Macau peninsula, Macau, China. The system connects Jardim da Flora with Parque Municipal da Colina da Guia. It opened in 1997 and has nine cars (each holding four passengers). Visitors can gain a bird's-eye view of the garden and a panoramic perspective of the city. The ride takes 80 seconds.

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