Grand Lisboa

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Grand Lisboa
新葡京酒店
Grand-Lisboa-2016.jpg
Grand Lisboa is located in Macau
Grand Lisboa
Location within Macau
General information
Location, Macau, China
Coordinates22°11′26.4″N 113°32′35.1″E / 22.190667°N 113.543083°E / 22.190667; 113.543083
OpeningDecember 2008
Height261 m (856 ft)
Technical details
Floor count52
Design and construction
ArchitectDennis Lau & Ng Chun Man Architects & Engineers (HK) Ltd.

Grand Lisboa (Chinese: 新葡京) is a 47-floor,[1] 261-metre-tall (856 ft) hotel in , Macau, China. It is owned by Sociedade de Turismo e Diversões de Macau and designed by Hong Kong architects Dennis Lau and Ng Chun Man. Its casino and restaurants were opened on February 11, 2007, while the hotel was opened in December 2008. The casino offers 800 gaming tables and 1,000 slot machines. The hotel contains 430 hotel rooms and suites. The Grand Lisboa is the tallest building in Macau and the most distinctive part of its skyline.

The casino is the first in Macau to offer Texas hold 'em poker ring games. It was also the first to offer craps, though several other casinos in Macau now offer the game.

In 2017 it was reported that the Grand Lisboa suffered a decline in revenue and profits during 2016.[2]

Features[edit]

Venues[edit]

Joël Robuchon joined the group in 2007 as the owner of the hotel restaurant, Robuchon au Dome, which in 2008 was awarded three stars by the Michelin Guide when it was known as "Robuchon a Galera." The restaurant was renamed when it moved locations inside the hotel. The wine list features over 14,600 wines and has won the Wine Spectator “Grand Award”. In January 2013, the Miele Guide named Robuchon Au Dome as the top restaurant in Asia.[3] It is ranked number 6 in the world by Elite Traveler in 2016 and 2017. [4]

Art and attractions[edit]

The Star of Stanley Ho is on permanent display at the Casino Grand Lisboa. According to the Gemological Institute of America, the 218.08 carats (43.616 g) diamond is the largest cushion shaped internally flawless D-color diamond in the world.[5]

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Grand Lisboa". Emporis.
  2. ^ "GGRAsia – SJM Holdings posts 5.6 pct fall in 2016 net profit". www.ggrasia.com. Retrieved 2017-03-07.
  3. ^ "Robuchon Au Dome in Macau named best restaurant in Miele Guide to Asia". news.com.au. 24 January 2013.
  4. ^ "ROBUCHON AU DÔME". Elite Traveler. 5 May 2017.
  5. ^ Episode 8: Macau’s Ace of Diamonds | Destination Macau Archived 2008-07-26 at the Wayback Machine.

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Coordinates: 22°11′26.4″N 113°32′35.1″E / 22.190667°N 113.543083°E / 22.190667; 113.543083