Galaxy Entertainment Group has signed a deal with Accor to open an exclusive all-suite tower, Raffles at Galaxy Macau, within the integrated resort in 2H2021.
Located on the resortâ€™s east promenade, Raffles at Galaxy Macau will feature approximately 450 suites, with a glass airbridge connecting the two towers on every floor. A selection of suites will boast their own private pools and gardens, while a small number of unique loft suites will be fitted with double-storey windows.
Guests may enjoy Rafflesâ€™ legendary signature afternoon tea experience or unwind in a secretive twist on the Rafflesâ€™ hallmark Long Bar â€“ provenance of the iconic Singapore Sling â€“ where they can sip a new iconic Sling tailored for Macau, or escape to The Glass House for breakfast or an elegant snack to enjoy the outdoors, in an indoor environment.
The Glass House, set amid a Mediterranean-inspired garden, is within a few steps of the Rafflesâ€™ private infinity-edge pool. Details on a luxury spa, and a speciality restaurant whispered to be helmed by a multi-Michelin-starred Japanese chef, are still under wraps.
Guests will also enjoy easy access to entertainment, shopping, dining and leisure attractions at Galaxy Macau, directly connected to the resort’s lobby podium.
Also on track to gradually open by the end of this year is the Galaxy International Convention Center (GICC). GICC comprises 46,000m2 of event space good for 16,000 people; a 10,000m2 pillarless exhibition hall, an auditorium for 650 guests, a banquet hall for up to 2,400 guests, a 4,000m2 conference hall comprising three dividable spaces, and a ballroom catering to more than 1,000 guests.