All the glamour on the Mediterranean-style pool deck.
Details of the stunning new Raffles at Galaxy Macau have been revealed. This exclusive ‘first look’ comes ahead of the property’s official soft-opening on August 16 this year.
The highly-anticipated Raffles at Galaxy Macau is the first Raffles hotel to open in Macau and is the seventh luxury hotel brand to launch at the glitzy Galaxy Macau estate on Macau’s Cotai strip. Raffles at Galaxy Macau will add 450 guest rooms to what is already one of the world’s largest integrated resorts.
All that glitters is gold at Galaxy Macau.
The property is located on the east promenade of the estate and features a glass air bridge connecting its two towers on every floor. The interior design follows an ‘east-meets-west’ brief, with suites inspired by Italian palaces and a Mediterranean-influenced pool terrace.
In terms of service, Raffles has drawn on its 136-year heritage. The lounge and terrace takes centre stage in the lobby and will (natch) be serving the traditional Raffles afternoon tea.
Sip Million Dollar cocktails beneath the giant chandelier.
In addition, a champagne and oyster bar will sit beneath the huge chandelier and will be shaking up the Million Dollar Cocktail, a drink invented by Raffles bartender Ngiam Tong Boon in 1910, five years before he went on to mix-up the world-famous Singapore Sling.
A further dining space, Belvedere, can be found on the sixth floor, located in a glass pool house and exclusive to hotel guests.
Lie-back and soak up the views over glittering Macau.
A ‘grand opening’ to celebrate the addition of more signature restaurants, a bar and a spa is slated for the end of the year. Launches will include a Tappan restaurant helmed by three Michelin-starred sushi chef Masaaki Miyakawa along with a Long Bar showcasing a modern take on the 108-year old heritage bar in Singapore and shaking up a location appropriate Macau Sling.
Splash-out on a pool suite.
Raffles at Galaxy Macau joins 18 Raffles hotels worldwide, in locations including Shenzhen, Hainan, Singapore, London, Paris, Istanbul, Boston, Doha, Dubai, Warsaw, Jakarta, Seychelles, Maldives and Udaipur.
The Galaxy Macau estate boasts more than one million square metres of entertainment, shopping and dining facilities. Along with Raffles at Galaxy Macau, hotels include StarWorld Hotel, Banyan Tree Macau, Galaxy Hotel, Hotel Okura Macau, JW Marriott Hotel Macau, The Ritz-Carlton, Macau, Broadway Hotel and the soon-to-open Andaz Macau.
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