W Hotel to open in Macau's Studio City

By Isabella Aslam

Operator Melco Resorts has announced a partnership with Marriott International to bring the W Hotel brand to Studio City Phase 2, Macau’s new cinematically-themed entertainment and leisure destination.

Scheduled to open in December 2022, situated in the heart of Cotai, W Macau - Studio City is expected to become an iconic addition with its unexpected design and innovative planning. The development aims to complement Studio City’s other hospitality offerings.

The new hotel is set to feature 557 guestrooms, including 127 suites and wellness facilities, a spa, fitness centre and an indoor swimming pool. The hotel is focused on amplifying Macau's social scene, offering 1,100 square metres of event and meeting space.

David Sisk, COO, Macau Resorts of Melco Resorts & Entertainment, said: “Melco is thrilled to welcome W Hotels to Studio City and Macau. W Hotels is without a doubt one of the world’s iconic luxury lifestyle brands that will elevate Studio City’s hospitality offerings to a new level.

“Together we look forward to bringing new experiences to our guests and further strengthening Macau’s proposition as a world-class leisure destination.”

Henry Lee, Marriott International President, said: “Macau’s super-charged energy and unique identity as an entertainment hub, together with its mix of Eastern and Western culture, makes it a natural fit for W Hotels.

“In line with Marriott International's ‘Brand and Destination’ development strategy, we are excited to be partnering with Melco Resorts & Entertainment to introduce W Macau - Studio City and bring the brand's luxury lifestyle to Macau.”

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