This iconic development, positioned at the heart of Macau’s Cotai Strip, features replicas of London’s most iconic landmarks. The luxury casino resort offers some of the best accommodations and dining experiences, catering to the diverse tastes of its guests. Despite catering to gaming enthusiasts, the resort can remain attractive to non-gamers, aligning with Macau’s desire to transform into a more family-friendly destination.
Guests Can Enjoy a One-of-a-Kind Experience The Londoner Macao’s facade replicates the world-famous Westminster Palace, with a life-size Big Ben inviting guests to explore the charm and elegance of British architecture. A selection of luxurious accommodations can suit every guest’s needs, featuring meticulously designed, British-inspired decor. Thanks to its unparalleled comfort and state-of-the-art amenities, the resort more than stands out in the bustling Cotai Strip.
While guests are attracted by the impressive architecture, the world-class entertainment options ensure they enjoy their stay to the fullest. Las Vegas Sands CEO Robert Goldstein boasted that the venue offered an unsurpassed experience thanks to its impressive selection of dining options, a state-of-the-art theater, luxurious spa treatments, and many shopping opportunities.
You can’t get a better hotel room than what we’ve put in the Londoner. You can’t get a better spa experience, you can’t get a better food experience.
Robert Goldstein, Las Vegas Sands CEO The resort began life as the Sands Cotai Central, opening in 2012. Developer Sands China spared no expense, but disappointing financial results prompted a complete redesign with a London theme, breathing new life into the property. With roughly half the original number of rooms, The Londoner Macao embodies the peak of luxury hospitality in the Cotai Strip.
Non-gamblers Are More than Welcome Despite featuring an impressive gambling space, The Londoner can perfectly cater to people seeking a different experience. With its multiple amenities and sizable meeting and event spaces, the resort has everything it needs to attract different types of tourists. According to Goldstein, non-gaming features bolstered gaming revenue, giving more diverse venues the best of both worlds.
What we try to do is build hotels that work in tandem. The gamers want to come, and the non-gamers come here to shop or go to the spa for three days.
Robert Goldstein, Las Vegas Sands CEO The Londoner’s commitment to providing a multi-faceted experience aligns with the Macau Government’s efforts to transform the Las Vegas of the East into a more diverse tourism destination.
While the area’s efforts to step away from gambling are slowly gaining traction, taxes from casinos remain instrumental in the transition. Properties like The Londoner will be instrumental in this transitional period, catering to gamblers and non-gamblers alike.
As Macau steadily exits its post-pandemic recovery, its high-profile casino resorts should see a significant rise in the number of customers. Sands China has already committed to a new high-profile project, adding a new hotel tower at Venetian Macao. The developer’s dedication to quality and novel experiences place it at the forefront of Macau’s impending resurgence.