City of Dreams Casino Review
Located in Cotai, in the heart of Macau’s entertainment scene, the $2.4 billion City of Dreams opened in June 2009 and is owned and managed by Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited. The casino complex features five towers; the Grand Hyatt Macau (2 towers), Nüwa, known until 2018 as Crown Towers, The Countdown Hotel, known until July 2017 as Hard Rock Hotel and Morpheus. In total, there are about 2,270 rooms and three separate casinos, with about 420,000 square feet of total gaming space, with 1,514 gaming machines and 450 table games. There are more than 30 restaurants and bars, 175,000-plus square feet of high-end retail space (The Boulevard) spread across two levels and plenty of unique attractions.
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, Morpheus opened on June 15, 2018. The $1.1 billion 40-story hotel dubbed the world’s first free-form, exoskeletal high-rise, houses 770 guest rooms, suites and sky villas, lobby atrium, gaming rooms, two Alain Ducasse restaurants and bar, a Pierre Hermé bakery and the Chinese restaurant, Yi, on the 21st floor Sky Bridge. Guests will also find a modern art collection, spa, rooftop sky pool, state-of-the-art Fitness Club, civic spaces, meeting and event facilities and more.
The Forbes Five-Star Hotel and Spa Award winner Nüwa has approximately 300 guest rooms including 33 luxurious villas, along with a pair of Michelin-starred restaurants, Shinji by Kanesaka and Chef Fabrice Vulin's, The Tasting Room, the Nüwa Spa and more.
Formerly the Hard Rock Cotai, The Countdown Hotel is centrally located, adjacent to the main entrance of City of Dreams, the boutique hotel features approximately 300 guestrooms, spa, pool, Jacuzzi and more.
The 791-guestroom and suit Grand Hyatt Hotel twin towers complex offers approximately 791 guestrooms and suites with views over the Cotai or the west bank of Pearl River. The hotel offers convenient access to meeting and banquet facilities and features two restaurants and a lounge, a 40-meter heated outdoor lap pool, dedicated toddler pool and rec area, tennis court, 24-hour fitness center, steam room, whirlpools, outdoor Jacuzzi, salon and Isala Spa, laundry and valet, in-house florist and designer label shopping boulevard.
In addition to a diverse array of exclusive accommodation, City of Dreams is home to internationally renowned art, iconic architecture and the largest collection of luxury brands in Cotai., including DFS’s first-ever shoe salon offering over 50 men’s and women’s shoe brands. Ad upon completion, the beauty and fragrance sections will also become the largest beauty hall in Southern China, featuring nearly 70 brands.
Altogether, there are more than 150 luxury boutiques and shops including, Bottega Veneta, Chopard, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Tod's, Yves Saint Laurent and more. Family-friendly, the 17,000 square foot Kid's City offers plenty of exciting indoor and outdoor fun for your crew.
City of Dreams Macau is located opposite the Venetian Resort and Casino and Sands Cotai.