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Local Name:
上葡京
Budget:
$4.6B
Announced:
2013
Construction Start:
13 Feb 2014
Opening:
30 Jul 2021
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6 ha
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  1. Discover the Opulence of Grand Lisboa Palace: A Must-Visit Destination in Macau

    Welcome to the world of luxury and extravagance at the Grand Lisboa Palace, a magnificent resort and entertainment complex nestled in the heart of Macau. This iconic landmark, situated amidst the vibrant Cotai Strip, offers an unforgettable experience that combines opulent accommodations, world-class dining, thrilling entertainment, and unparalleled hospitality. Join us as we take you on a journey through the grandeur of Grand Lisboa Palace.

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    Unparalleled Luxury and Accommodations:
    Step into a realm of unmatched luxury with the elegant accommodations at Grand Lisboa Palace. Indulge in the sophistication and comfort of exquisitely designed rooms and suites, adorned with lavish amenities and breathtaking views. Each space is meticulously crafted to provide an oasis of tranquility, ensuring a memorable stay for every guest.

    Gastronomic Delights:
    Prepare your taste buds for an extraordinary culinary adventure at Grand Lisboa Palace. Discover a tantalizing array of dining options, featuring a diverse selection of international cuisines prepared by renowned chefs. From Michelin-starred restaurants to casual eateries, every culinary experience promises to be an unforgettable feast for the senses.

    Unrivaled Entertainment:
    At Grand Lisboa Palace, entertainment knows no bounds. Immerse yourself in a world of excitement with a plethora of captivating shows, live performances, and dazzling events. Witness mesmerizing acrobatics, breathtaking theater productions, and thrilling concerts that will leave you awe-struck and entertained throughout your visit.

    Luxurious Shopping and Leisure:
    Indulge in a shopping extravaganza at Grand Lisboa Palace's upscale boutiques, offering a curated selection of high-end fashion, exquisite jewelry, and luxury goods. Pamper yourself with a rejuvenating spa experience, relax by the poolside, or try your luck at the sophisticated casino, where excitement and fortunes await.

    Exquisite Architecture and Design:
    The architectural brilliance of Grand Lisboa Palace is a sight to behold. Admire the intricate craftsmanship and attention to detail that went into creating this architectural masterpiece. The fusion of modern and traditional elements creates a visually stunning ambiance that reflects the rich cultural heritage of Macau.

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    Lisboeta Macau, located alongside Grand Lisboa Palace, has announced the launch of its latest hotel brand. With the 164-room Maison L’OCCITANE taking its first bookings just days before Chinese New Year.



    The hotel is described as the first themed hotel stay of global beauty and skincare brand L’OCCITANE, with its design inspired by the atmosphere of Provence in southern France.
    Rooms and suites come in four different L’OCCITANE-inspired themes representing their “most iconic natural ingredients” – Immortelle, Verbena, Cherry Blossom and Shea Butter.


    Source: https://www.asgam.com/index.php/2022/02/01/lisboeta-macau-launches-latest-hotel-brand-for-cny/

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    The Karl Lagerfeld, a luxury hotel at the Grand Lisboa Palace casino resort, opened on Friday December 3, a launch date previously reported by GGRAsia. The resort’s promoter, SJM Holdings Ltd, had said in earlier commentary that The Karl Lagerfeld would have up to 270 guest rooms and suites in a “20-storey tower”.


    The accommodation is described as the first hotel ever designed by the late Mr Lagerfeld, one of the most recognised designers in the world, who had worked as a couturier for fashion brands including Chanel and Fendi. He died in February 2019 in Paris, France.
    Source: https://www.ggrasia.com/karl-lagerfeld-hotel-opens-at-grand-lisboa-palace-in-macau/

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    The last hospitality project by fashion legend Karl Lagerfeld has opened in Macau, boasting one of the region’s largest collections of Portuguese wine.
    Best known for his contribution to the fashion industry, Karl Lagerfeld launched a hospitality line in 2016, with some of his most famous interior projects including Hôtel de Crillon in Paris and Sofitel So Singapore. On 30 July 2021, Grand Lisboa Palace Resort Macau, the style icon’s last collaborative partner before his death in 2019, unveiled The Karl Lagerfeld hotel tower. The property aims to provide an “immersive journey into the ethos, vision and distinctive aesthetics” of the fashion genius.

    As well as rooms and suites, the late Lagerfeld also designed his own F&B outlets, namely the contemporary Portuguese restaurant Mesa (pictured), and the Statement Bar. The interior features a bold blend of contemporary design and oriental inspiration, fusing the designer’s signature style with elements from the East.
    Source: https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2021/10/karl-lagerfeld-designed-bar-opens-in-macau/

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    Video from opening day and a tour of the interior of Grand Lisboa Palace.








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    Daisy Ho Chiu Fung, chairman and an executive director of Macau casino operator SJM Holdings Ltd, has spent an aggregate of nearly HKD26.9 million (US$3.45 million) in five recent purchases of company stock, raising her long position in the firm to 0.13 percent from 0.05 percent prior to the acquisitions, according to transaction records filed to the Hong Kong bourse.
    On March 23 last year, the stock reached a low of HKD5.900. It coincided with Macau experiencing a drastic decline in arrivals and tourism business, subsequent to a series of travel restrictions imposed respectively by the city’s government and the authorities on the Chinese mainland, amid the global Covid-19 alert.

    SJM Holdings’ HKD39-billion Cotai casino resort venture, Grand Lisboa Palace, had a first-phase opening on July 30 this year, but only days later, Macau entered a pandemic prevention alert due to four local people getting infected with the Delta variant of Covid-19. Subsequently visitor numbers to Macau dipped sharply.
    Source: https://www.ggrasia.com/daisy-ho-buys-stakes-in-sjm-pays-total-of-us3-45mln/

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    SJM Holdings will file a request with Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau to transfer 118 gaming tables from its existing properties to Grand Lisboa Palace (GLP), the HK$39 billion Cotai integrated resort that opened on Friday.

    Details of the company’s table games expansion plan were outlined by Chairman Daisy Ho during Friday’s opening after SJM confirmed the previous day that it would open with 150 new-to-market tables – all of them on the mass gaming floor.
    GLP’s phase 1 opening on Friday saw only a handful of attractions ready to accept guests, including around 300 hotel rooms of the 1,350-room Grand Lisboa Palace Macau hotel, a wellness center with a 25-meter indoor pool, an indoor and outdoor event space covering 3,800 square meters, and a handful of F&B outlets.

    Ho said she expects the remaining amenities to be open before the end of 2021.


    Source: https://www.asgam.com/index.php/2021/08/01/sjm-holdings-to-request-additional-118-tables-for-grand-lisboa-palace/

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    After several delays, SJM’s first integrated resort in Cotai, the Grand Lisboa Palace, will hold a partial opening on July 30, chairman and executive director Daisy Ho Chiu Fung revealed today.
    The group will carry out a phased opening of the HK$39 billion (US$5 billion) development, with one tower of the Grand Lisboa Palace hotel offering 300 rooms – about half of the hotel tower’s full 650 room capacity – to open on Friday and with the remaining rooms and amenities to gradually open by the end of the year if conditions permit.


    When inquired if the gaming operator was looking to manage a casino at the nearby Lisboeta property as previously hinted by executive director, Ambrose So, Ho expressed that “nothing is impossible”.
    Source: https://www.macaubusiness.com/grand-lisboa-palace-to-hold-partial-opening-on-july-30

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    The accommodation licence for the self-branded Grand Lisboa Palace hotel, at the yet-to-be launched Cotai casino resort of the same name, had “not been issued” as of Friday, said the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) in an emailed reply to GGRAsia that day.

    The tourism bureau added: “Furthermore, the licensing process is still under way for all non-gaming amenities at Grand Lisboa Palace.” According to the first-quarter highlights of Grand Lisboa Palace’s Hong Kong-listed promoter SJM Holdings Ltd, published in May, the HKD39-billion (US$5-billion) property was due to open in the first half this year.

    In a July 15 release about some of the non-gaming attractions at the property, the company stated only that the Cotai property would be launched “soon”.
    In comments published by the Hong Kong Economic Journal on July 19, Ambrose So Shu Fai, vice-chairman and chief executive of SJM Holdings, said the group would not wait for the resumption of normal travel links between Macau, Hong Kong and mainland China in order to open the Grand Lisboa Palace complex.

    He added that the property would open in phases. Mr So did not say when the first phase of the resort would be launched.
    Source: https://www.ggrasia.com/grand-lisboa-palace-hotel-licence-pending-mgto/

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