Roosevelt Hotel and Casino opens for business in Macau

By Manuel Marti
The Roosevelt Hotel and Casino in Macau has now opened its doors following an inauguration yesterday at the Macau Jockey Club. The casino, running under a SJM-license, includes 30 gaming tables and 90 slot machines.

The luxurious five-star hotel, located in the same parcel of land, has 368 guest rooms and four restaurants.

Speaking to the local media, property owner Mike Lam Hin Wai thanked the government for positioning Macau as an international tourism and leisure city, and explained the ethos behind the development: “We are a fashion hotel. When people are tired of the traditional hotel chain, they will love this kind of hotel. An urban retreat, while not as convenient, means you can be away from the noisy environment.”

“[It is] a complementary service to our hotel,” he commented regarding the casino.

Total investment for the project was approximately HK$2bn.


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