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City of Dreams 新濠天地

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Estrada do Istmo, Cotai [ map ]

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Quick Take:

City of Dreams was the second megaresort to open on the Cotai Strip. It features three hotel towers - Hard Rock, Crown Towers and Grand Hyatt, dozens of restaurants, retail, three spas, night clubs, the stunning "House of Dancing Water" show by Franco Dragone and a massive casino. A fourth hotel tower - designed by architect Zaha Hadid - is currently under construction.

Policies:

Check In: 3:00pm
Check Out: 11:00am
Deposit: First night charge
Resort Fee: No
Comp Club: City Club Rewards
Drink Service: Average

What You Need To Know:

City of Dreams is a water themed resort. Each of City of Dreams' four hotel towers architecturally depict "water" in different forms. Crown Towers' lighting depicts rain, Hard Rock is a water spout and Grand Hyatt is wave shaped. The fourth tower (designed by architect Zaha Hadid) watery depiction is open to interpretation. In addition to architectural wonder, City of Dreams' stunning entertainment line up also features water themes, including the acrobatic diving show "House of Dancing Water" from director Franco Dragone as well as the sexy virtual mermaid show Vquarium.

City of Dreams features an extensive array of dining (over 30 places to dine, drink) shopping, spas, convention space and a massive casino.

Location:

City of Dreams Macau is located in the north east portion of the Cotai Strip, across the street from Venetian Macao next to the Shangri La hotel. City of Dreams is the closest casino to Macau International Airport.

Nearby Hotels:

Venetian Macao
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Four Seasons Macao
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

» Map of Cotai casinos

A Little History:

City of Dreams was originally supposed to be the worlds first "underwater casino" with walls made of aquatic tanks, waterfalls, streams and other water features. The idea proved to be untenable and was scrapped. Construction of City of Dreams began in 2006 and was opened on June 1, 2009. The property cost $2.1 billion dollars to build. City of Dreams was second megaresort to open on the Cotai Strip, following the Venetian Macao.


Hotel Rooms:

City of Dreams has three (soon to be four) separate hotels as part of the complex - the Hard Rock Macau, Crown Towers and Grand Hyatt hotels. Each hotel has a very distinct style and clientele with Hard Rock targeting younger travelers, Grand Hyatt mid market customers and Crown Towers focusing on the higher end of the market.


Dining:

City of Dreams features an astonishing array of dining options - over 30 locations - from casual quick bites to high end fine dining.

Restaurants, Bars & Nightlife:

Dining guide listings are coming soon.


Resort:

City of Dreams features three hotel spas, a multiple pools, a massive shopping district (featuring Burberry, Cartier, Ferragamo, Bvlgari and many many more retailers) and three casinos.


Attractions and Things To Do:

Attractions listings are coming soon.


The Casino:

City of Dreams features three different casino floors. The largest is the lush and modern City of Dreams casino, boasting a whopping 450 casino tables, at least 1500 slot machines spread across two floors.

Casino Games Offered:

Baccarat, Fantan, Pai Gow (Paikao), Mahjong, Roulette, Blackjack, Three Card Poker, Cussec (Sic Bo), Fish Prawn Crab, Three Card Baccarat, Tombola, Slot Machines, Video Poker, Casino War, Caribbean Stud Poker, Fortune 3 Card Poker, Texas Hold’em Poker

See also casino games offered in Macau

» Casino Game Strategy Guide

Comps & Perks:

City of Dreams offers discounts, offers and comps via its City Club Rewards program.




Reader Ratings and Reviews of City of Dreams:

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Not Rated

No craps table upstairs in the Hard Rock last time i was there. Also, only one bj table running on a friday night. Lacks the same vibe that the Hard Rock vegas has....but then again so do all the other Macau casinos. Heading back down in a couple weeks time for a 'redo'.

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eh. a 3.

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I should give a second rating for the Hard Rock casino on the second floor. Good vibe, friendly staff, and cute girls in a dynamite corset type belts.