Mega Resort, Galaxy Macau officially opened its doors on May 15, welcoming over 20,000 guests within its first 90 minutes to the delight of over 3,000 VIP attendees.
The only property of its kind to open in Macau this year, Galaxy Macau is anticipated to receive between 30,000 and 40,000 guests per day, each of whom will be able to experience game-changing resort features at Macau’s newest integrated destination resort.
Over 20,000 guests arrived at the Galaxy Macau within its first 90 minutes of opening.
“Galaxy Entertainment Group is committed to the local economy by helping transform Macau into a diversified global tourism and entertainment hub,” said Dr Lui Che Woo, founder and chairman, Galaxy Entertainment Group. “By integrating traditional Asian culture with Western management style, we have created a business model with world class, Asian heart that will drive the success of our signature property, Galaxy Macau, and help realise Macau’s vast potential as a tourism destination.”
The Grand Opening ceremony was attended by hundreds of VIPs and following the program of traditional lion dances, firecrackers and an Asian dance procession, the ribbon cutting signaled the official opening of Galaxy Macau. The doors then opened as senior Galaxy executives welcomed members of the public as the property’s very first official guests.
The offical ribbon-cutting, signalling the opening of the mega-resort in Macau.
Banyan Tree Macau, Hotel Okura Macau and Galaxy Hotel offer a total of 2,200 five-star rooms, suites and villas, accounting for nearly 12% of Macau’s current room total and nearly 20% of its five-star capacity. The resort features of the HK$14.9 billion property are concentrated in its Grand Resort Deck, where a 350-ton white sand beach frames the 4,000-square-meter skytop wave pool, the world’s largest of its kind. Several pools, gardens and private cabanas dot the area, making it perfect for private and corporate functions. The Grand Resort Deck also features the first Banyan Tree Spa in the Pearl River Delta, which at 3,400 square meters is also the biggest in the Banyan Tree group.