City of Dreams Manila prepares for grand opening

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The Philippines’ new integrated casino resort, City of Dreams Manila, will officially open its doors on 2 February 2015.

Created by Melco Crown, City of Dreams is located in the new Entertainment City area of Manila Bay. It will include three hotels – Crown Towers, Nobu and Hyatt – plus casinos, restaurants, nightclubs, bars, retail outlets and family attractions.

City of Dreams will offer 365 gaming tables
City of Dreams will offer 365 gaming tables

More than 600,000 visitors have had already experienced the complex during its “sneak preview” period, which started on 14 December 2015.

The grand launch ceremony will be overseen by Clarence Chung, chairman & president of Melco Crown Philippines.

“Our official grand launch finally delivers our stated commitment to bring Manila its first international integrated leisure destination offering,” said Chung. “The new resort complex will deliver a diverse collection of contemporary leisure and lifestyle brands from all over the world, including Crown, Nobu, Hyatt and the Pangaea Group.

“Together with the soon-to-be-announced opening of DreamWorks’ DreamPlay, which is an educational interactive playspace for families, an exceptional entertainment experience now awaits all types of travellers and visitors from around the region and the world.”

Set on 6.2 hectares of land, City of Dreams Manila cost US$1.3 billion to develop.
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