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City of Dreams Welcomes One Millionth Guest after just 27 Days

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Tuesday, 30 June 2009

The City of Dreams in Macau welcomed its one millionth guest on Saturday, June 27, 2009, just 27 days after its opening on June 1.

Developed by Melco Crown Entertainment, the City of Dreams is an integrated entertainment resort that is aiming become a must experience destination in Macau.

More than 37,000 visitors a day on average experienced first-hand Macaus newest leisure and entertainment destination during the first 27 days.

Mr. Au Yiu Hung and Ms. Cheng Shuk Yin, the surprised one millionth guest couple, were greeted at the main entrance of City of Dreams by Mr. Greg Hawkins, President of City of Dreams.

To mark the important milestone, Mr. and Mrs. Au received prizes worth HK$118,888, including a nights complimentary stay in the Rock Star Suite at Hard Rock Hotel, and a private shopping spree at The Boulevard.

It is our great pleasure to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Au to City of Dreams as our one millionth guest, said Mr. Greg Hawkins. It is a real achievement to have reached this landmark just 27 days since our opening. We are delighted with the customer interest generated so far by City of Dreams. Visitors are clearly eager to experience for themselves the wide range of entertainment experiences we have to offer at this amazing urban destination resort.

The initial opening of City of Dreams will be followed by the opening of the Grand Hyatt Macau later this year, offering approximately 800 additional guest rooms. The much-anticipated Dragone inspired theater show will open in its own purpose-built Theater of Dreams early next year. The third and final planned phase of development at City of Dreams will feature a luxury apartment hotel consisting of approximately 800 units.

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