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Banyan Tree Macau to Open Early 2011

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 4 January 2011

Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts will soon open its first property in Macau.

Banyan Tree Macau will comprise a total of 246 suites with in-room relaxation pools overlooking the skyline, all starting at over 90 square meters. Ten pool villas that appear to be floating on water, located on Galaxy Macaus highly anticipated beach resort deck, will be waited on by Resort Hosts. Eight specially designed, fully air-conditioned cabanas with sliding glass doors open directly to the ultra-luxurious Banyan Tree pool.

The first and only Banyan Tree Spa in Macau will cover more than 2,800 square meters and 21 treatment rooms, providing a complete sensory experience steeped in holistic Asian healing traditions and therapies.

Dining highlights include Belon Oyster Bar & Grill as well as Banyan Trees destination dining, which enables guests to enjoy Banyan Tree cuisine in a variety of intimate, romantic settings that take advantage of the propertys features and natural surroundings.

Mr. James Chow, Director of Sales & Marketing, Banyan Tree Macau, said, At the Banyan Tree Macau, people will be able to enjoy a completely unique sanctuary in the middle of the Cotai entertainment district, with Galaxy Macaus incredible rooftop white-sand beach and wave pool as the backdrop. Because these unforgettable features are located within an urban environment, it creates an absolutely unique Banyan Tree property, and a convenient and unforgettable weekend getaway for visitors to the city that cant be found anywhere else in Asia or the world.

The 550,000-square-meter Galaxy Macau is scheduled to open in early 2011 as the newest integrated destination resort in the Special Administrative Regions Cotai entertainment area. With an investment of HK$14.9 billion, Galaxy Macau will feature a resort deck with a 4,000-square-meter man-made beach: 350 tons of white sand deposited along a 150-meter-long shoreline, framing one of the worlds largest rooftop wave pools, with waves reaching as high as 1.5 meters. It will also host one of the largest selections of Pan-Asian cuisine in Macau, including a wide range of Chinese ethnic cuisines, as well as vibrant bars, nightclubs and a retail boulevard.

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