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Local Name:
上葡京
Budget:
4.6B
Announced:
2013
Construction Start:
13 Feb 2014
Opening:
2021
Location:
Area:
6 ha
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Designers:
Contractors:
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Other Suppliers:
  1. ResortsAhoy is offline resortX Top Investigator
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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/

  3. A look around Lisboeota






  4. MarkEm is offline resortX Top Investigator
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    Gaming operator SJM Resorts, S.A. today unveiled seven food & beverage options that will be included first in its upcoming Grand Lisboa Palace integrated resort.

    These include buffet restaurant The Grand Buffet; a contemporary Portuguese restaurant with oriental inspiration Mesa; Chalou, a classic tea house designed by Hong Kong designer Alan Chan; Wulao, a Taiwanese hotpot restaurant; and three other casual dining options, the GLP Café, Eight Treasures and GLP Lobby Lounge.
    SJM added that other dining options will be launched progressively over the coming 12 months including Italian fine-dining brought by a Michelin-starred restaurant concept from Italy, Japanese Kappo cuisine presented by a Michelin-starred chef, a haute Cantonese restaurant designed by Alan Chan and a microbrewery featuring authentic Bavarian beer.
    Source: https://www.macaubusiness.com/sjm-unveils-first-grand-lisboa-palace-dining-openings/



  5. Lisboeta Macau is already ready for a partial opening on July 17 offering a few shopping and dining facilities and its skydiving and zip line attractions, but with its hotel areas remaining as a quarantine facility.

    The new resort property in Cotai will open up its GoAirborne Indoor SkyDiving attraction, the ‘first indoor skydiving experience in Macau’, a 388-meter long zip line named ZIPCITY; and the Lisboeta night market next to the Macau Palace, a replica of the historic floating casino.


    Macau Theme Park and Resorts Limited are headed by Arnaldo Ho Yau Heng, the son of the late gaming tycoon Stanley Ho and legislator and SJM Holdings managing director, Angela Leong On Kei, with the property including several elements connected to Ho’s STDM hotel and gaming group.

    The property features elements inspired by local iconic buildings such as Hotel Estoril, the floating casino “Macau Palace” and the New Central Hotel, with an Old Macau street also including remembrance elements of the shuttered Yat Yuen Canidrome and the former Jai-Alai Hotel. The Lisboeta Macau Hotel itself is a 12-storeys tower with the building’s arch details and mosaic facade inspired by Hotel Estoril, Stanley Ho’s first integrated resort in the city.

    The replica of the famous floating casino known as ‘Casino Macau Palace’ or ‘Casino de Macau’ – which featured in the 1974 James Bond classic film ‘The Man with the Golden Gun’ – is decorated with ornate Chinese carvings, wood mouldings and is surrounded by an artificial lake.




    Source: https://www.macaubusiness.com/lisboeta-macau-ready-to-open-with-only-its-skydiving-zip-line-and-night-market-attractions/

  6. MarkEm is offline resortX Top Investigator
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    Lisboeta Macau, a Cotai leisure complex, is due to open some attractions on July 17, according to a Wednesday press release from the site’s promoter, Macau Theme Park and Resort Ltd.


    Lisboeta Macau is a resort project next door to the under-development HKD39-billion (US$5 billion) Grand Lisboa Palace, a scheme by Macau casino operator SJM Holdings Ltd. Macau Theme Park and Resort is fronted by Arnaldo Ho Yau Heng, a son of Angela Leong On Kei by late Macau gaming entrepreneur Stanley Ho Hung Sun. Ms Leong and Mr Arnaldo Ho are part of the leadership setup at SJM Holdings.

    Lisboeta Macau facilities to open on July 17 include GoAirborne Indoor SkyDiving, described as “the first indoor skydiving experience in Macau”.

    There will also be a debut for ZIPCITY, featuring a 388-metre long (1,273 feet) zip line ride, and a night market. These venues run from Thursdays to Sundays, from 2pm to 10pm each day.
    As of Wednesday, the hotel at Lisboeta Macau was still being used for medical observation as part of the Macau government’s response to the Covid-19 emergency. The hotel is to be used as a quarantine venue for at least until the end of July, according to GGRAsia checks.
    Source: https://www.ggrasia.com/some-lisboeta-macau-attractions-open-july-17-promoter/

  7. Sociedade de Jogos de Macau, S.A., the operating entity that holds SJM Holdings’ Macau gaming concession, has announced a change of name to SJM Resorts, Limited. The new name is reflected across both official languages of Macau with a new Portuguese name of SJM Resorts, S.A. and a Chinese name.

    The name of parent SJM Holdings, which is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, remains unchanged.


    Source: https://www.asgam.com/index.php/2021/06/24/sjm-operating-entity-announces-name-change/

  8. Grand Lisboa Palace could be delayed until the 3rd Quarter of this year.

    SJM's Grand Lisboa Palace Opening May Be Delayed to 3Q21; Sees Better Sector Mood
    Source: http://www.aastocks.com/en/stocks/news/aafn-con/now.1101809/latest-news

  9. Good news for Macau's recovery and future development. Possibly June opening for Grand Lisboa Palace too.

    The recovery process continues in Macau as gaming operators have recorded their best week since the early days in 2020 during Golden Week this month. Gross gaming revenues came in at around 50% of the levels the region saw before the COVID-19 pandemic. JP Morgan analysts provided insight into the recovery, noting that the figures are ‘broadly satisfactory.”
    On top of an increase in revenue totals, Macau will soon see the Grand Lisboa Palace property open for business. The company announced a few days ago that the property will be open before June comes to an end.

    The casino project first started in February 2014, so the opening of the venue is long-awaited. The property will be home to a 300 room hotel along with boutique hotels to come. The casino is 290,000 square feet in size, which is quite large for a gambling facility. It will be home to just over 1,000 slot games and more than 300 table games. The number of table games will increase later by as many as 200 to cater to the mass and VIP markets.
    Source: https://news.worldcasinodirectory.com/golden-weeks-pushes-macau-back-to-within-50-of-pre-covid-19-revenue-levels-94084

  10. MarkEm is offline resortX Top Investigator
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    A soft opening with premium offerings for this quarter looks likely!



    SJM Holdings’ long-awaited Cotai integrated resort, Grand Lisboa Palace, will open with around 300 gaming tables and 300 hotel rooms, plus a handful of F&B and retail outlets, before the end of the quarter.

    The company provided details on its launch plans during its 1Q21 earnings call with analysts on Tuesday, including a detailed focus on how its gaming areas will look once operations finally get underway at the HK$39 billion (US$5 billion) IR.
    According to analysts, SJM management confirmed that Grand Lisboa Palace will hold a partial opening before the end of Q2 with 304 gaming tables and 1,034 slot machines during the initial stages plus around 300 hotel rooms – rising later to 1,892 rooms once its two boutique hotels – Palazzo Versace Macau and Karl Lagerfeld Hotel – open in the coming months.
    Source: https://www.asgam.com/index.php/2021/05/05/grand-lisboa-palace-to-open-with-300-gaming-tables-focus-on-high-end-sjm/

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