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Casino Hotel Legend Palace opens in Macau with 66 Live-Dealer Gaming Tables

Casino Hotel Legend Palace opened its doors at the end of February in Macau Fisherman’s Wharf. Owned by Hong Kong-listed gambling operator Macau Legend Development, the new hotel in Macau has 223 upscale guest rooms and suites, as well as a casino with 66 live-dealer gaming tables, an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness centre, four restaurants, two bars, and a business centre.

Casino Hotel Legend Palace opens in Macau with 66 Live-Dealer Gaming Tables

Hong Kong-listed casino services firm Macau Legend Development Ltd has opened the brand new Casino Hotel Legend Palace in Macau. The hotel has 223 guest rooms and suites, and a casino with 66 live-dealer gaming tables.

The new hotel is located in Macau Fisherman’s Wharf, and will join two other hotels. Harbourview hotel is already open and does not offer any gaming facilities, while construction on the 500-room Legendale Hotel has not yet started.

Prior to its opening, David Chow Kam Fai, the Co-chairman and Chief Executive of the Macau Legend Development Ltd, said:

“We are planning to house between 46 and 55 mass tables, plus 11 self-run VIP tables, during the grand opening period.”

He added that there are:

“Plans to open three 'junket-promoted VIP rooms' at a later stage.”

At least 46 of the 66 live-dealer gaming tables in the casino will be used for mass play.

The luxury hotel’s accommodation is made up of Deluxe Rooms, Executive Rooms, Superior Rooms, and One Bedroom Executive Suites. In-room amenities include HDTVs, Bluetooth Sound Systems, DVD players, complimentary wireless Internet, minibars, coffee and tea making facilities, living areas, and bathrooms with robes and luxury bath products.

Facilities at Casino Hotel Legend Palace include an outdoor swimming pool, a modern fitness centre and a business centre. Guests can enjoy access to four dining venues including the Paris-themed Brasserie de Paris with a la carte menu, The Grand Palace with Cantonese cuisine, Infinite restaurant with western and Chinese delicacies, and the poolside Float venue with snacks and drinks. There are also two stylish bars: The Gallery and Lounge on Eight.

Macau Legend Development Ltd operates two casinos in Macau as well as the new hotel casino. The group runs Babylon Casino at Macau Fisherman’s Wharf and Pharaoh’s Palace Casino at the Landmark Macau casino hotel, with a total of 179 gaming tables.

Macau is a small peninsula situated on the south coast of mainland China, separated from Hong Kong by the Pearl River Delta. The state was formerly a Portuguese overseas territory until 1999, and it has recently become known as the “Las Vegas of Asia” due to the famous Cotai Strip with its huge stretch of casinos and luxury shopping malls. The state generates more revenue than Las Vegas, and is home to the Studio City, a US$3.2 billion casino and entertainment resort which opened in October 2015 and has so far attracted Hollywood stars including Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro and Brad Pitt

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