Macau, beyond the casinos
Thatís contrary to all that all of us had believed. In Macau, where Adelson has a considerable stake (he has developed the entire Cotai Strip), that is clearly the model to follow now. That, despite the fact that the destination rakes in more than Vegas at the tables. Yes, gambling is still to be an attraction. But only one of the manyóas more integrated resorts come up, allowing travellers to indulge in anything from theatre to gastronomy to quality family time with equal ease.
At the newly-opened Sheraton hotel in Cotai Strip, the casino is hardly in your face. Instead, it is nestled in between the Polynesian-style lobby, family-style restaurants and elevators that will lead you to the staggering 3,896 guest rooms plus 15,000 metre-square of banqueting/meeting space. The message is clear: Contrary to what you may expect, Macauís latest hospitality venture, incidentally the biggest Sheraton in the world, situated bang opposite the opulent Venetian, is not just for
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