SJM Holdings plans to open a casino at the Lisboeta Macau complex, the firm’s vice-chairman and CEO Ambrose So has confirmed.
The complex is situated next door to the SJM’s new $5bn Cotai integrated resort, Grand Lisboa Palace. Nevertheless, So clarified that the casinos at Lisboeta Macau and Grand Lisboa Palace would cater for different customer segments.
Lisboeta Macau opened some of its attractions on 17 July, including GoAirborne, an indoor skydiving experience; Zipcity Macau, a 388m long zip line; and Night Market Lisboeta, an entertainment and catering zone.
Once fully operational, the development will include three hotels, totalling 820 rooms, with 574 rooms at Lisboeta Hotel, 164 at Maison L’Occitane and 82 at Casa de Amigo.
The Lisboeta Macau project is fronted by Arnaldo Ho, son of the late Macau gaming entrepreneur Stanley Ho.