Fail Caesars: Caddyshack Macau
About a year ago, I stayed at Paris Las Vegas. I have not seen the property since it was built ten years ago. I found when I got there ten years was also the last time a painter visited the balloon outside. When I stayed at Flamingo a couple months ago, my room came with a non-functional safe and shards of glass in the bathroom. Likewise, the recently announced Trippies awards gave Imperial Palace a host of "Worst of" awards. You would think Ceasars Entertainment would go out of their way to have more garbage lying around their properties.
Macau denied Ceasars permission to build a road connecting their Casino (Golf Course) to the Cotai strip. So Ceasars asked again, and was denied again. Undaunted, Ceasars, I assume, figured asking forgiveness is easier than asking permission. After all, what would the locals know about building roads? So they started to build a new private two lane road.
What they did not figure was the locals had a damn good reason to deny permission. Ceasars golf course lies on a former garbage dump. Apparently Ceasars dug up the area for the road, strewing old garbage around the area. Worse, there is fears that the construction might have punctured a hole in the landfill, and contaminated the local water.
Anybody at Ceasars still holding out hope for a Macau gaming license?