The Grand Lisboa Palace Resort Macau greets its first visitors.

Grand Lisboa Palace Resort Macau, SJM Resorts’ new integrated resort in Cotai, has opened its doors.

Guests will be welcomed to the destination’s flagship Grand Lisboa Palace Macau, the largest of the destination’s three hotel towers, in the first phase.

There are also a number of food alternatives, as well as wellness and event facilities.

The resort pays homage to Macau’s multi-cultural past by drawing inspiration from colossal European architecture from the Neo-Classical to Belle Époque periods, as well as traditional Chinese elements.

Talking about the phased opening, Daisy Ho, chairman of the board of directors of SJM, said: “Grand Lisboa Palace has been a much-awaited milestone for us at SJM, and we are thrilled to welcome guests to enjoy our facilities that deliver world-class lifestyle experiences along with a flavour of the East-meets-West cultural uniqueness that is synonymous with Macau. Over the next few months, more facilities will continue to be added to Grand Lisboa Palace’s bouquet of legendary offerings as part of a rolling launch.”

The Grand Lisboa Palace Macau houses the majority of the resort’s accommodations.
Each of its 1,350 contemporary, Chinoiserie-inspired rooms and suites pays homage to Macau’s long history of Sino-Western cultural interchange.
All accommodations include in-room amenities as well as views of Cotai or the European-styled gardens, Jardim Secreto.

The long-awaited hotel towers that are part of the integrated resort will be launched in segments over the following few months. These include the Karl Lagerfeld, the world’s first and only hotel with décor entirely created by the late fashion genius.
The first in Asia, Palazzo Versace Macau, will also provide a complete Versace lifestyle experience, with the design coordinated by the famed Italian luxury fashion business.
Both resorts will have 270 rooms and suites, as well as their own spa centers and restaurants.

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