Cotai Strip Resorts
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DreamWorks All Star Parade Get your dancing shoes on! Daily at 4pm get ready to be astonished and amazed as Po and friends join this spectacular extravaganza. Shrekfast with the DreamWorks Gang Enjoy an amazing breakfast with all of the DreamWorks Gang! Whether you are a stay-in or walk-in guest, you are sure to have a blast at this exclusive experience like no other!
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Leonhkny
Hong Kong, China12,263 contributions
Feb 2023
For many, Cotai is the reason of any trip to Macau. It is an ever-expanding collection of luxury casinos and resorts, each competing for popularity and soundbites. Even for non-gamblers, exploring different architectural features of each complex is of great fun and entertainment.
Written February 11, 2023
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China155,206 contributions
Feb 2020
The Cotai Strip is Macau's answer to the Strip in Las Vegas. It has grown fast over the last 10-12 years and continues to do so with the recent opening of Macau's LRT Line as well as more and more new restaurants. Plus, there are more properties, planned entertainment attractions and yes more restaurants coming over the next 2-3 years.

Sadly however, the Cotai Strip has been rocked by the Coronavirus Outbreak which has forced the Macau Government to place high restrictions on border crossings and to shut down casinos and other entertainment venues around the city. This has hit the Cotai Strip particularly hard, so much that hotel occupancy is reportedly only 15% at the major hotels that have decided to remain open.

A handful like Conrad, St. Regis and Four Seasons have decided to close temporarily. Who would have thought that ever possible. Most restaurants, entertainment venues and shops in the major hotels are also closed. Hotel shuttles have stopped as well. As such, the properties are bare, quiet and empty of visitors at the moment.

Presently, if you walk along the Cotai Strip, you may have it all to yourself, a scene that will not likely be repeated ever again once Macau loosens the restrictions on visitors from mainland China, welcoming them back into Macau and allows the casinos to reopen. But when will this happen? It is an eerie sight seeing an entire Strip shut down like this.
Written February 14, 2020
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China155,206 contributions
Mar 2018 • Couples
It has been interesting watching the gaps in space fill up the Cotai Strip over the past 10 years. No longer does the Venetian Macao stick out like a lone pillar amongst an empty skyline. With the addition of numerous other mega-properties, the Cotai Strip is now resembling the famous Strip in Las Vegas.

In the past few years, several major hotel-casinos have popped up along the Strip, providing numerous hotel rooms, new restaurants, casinos and entertainment for guests to enjoy. Studio City and Parisian opened up a couple years ago and really helped extend the Strip beyond Four Seasons. Studio City gave us an interesting facade embedded ferris wheel while the Parisian's Eiffel Tower gives the Strip its first mega structure like what you can find in Vegas.

Then came along Wynn Palace with its Bellagio like Performance Lake as well as a cable car ride. Yes, that's right, a good and proper cable car ride that circles the lake. Nice! Steve brought over some important pieces of his art collection from Vegas with the opening of the Wynn Palace as well.

Now, MGM Cotai has opened across the street from Wynn Palace with its cleverly designed stack-of-blocks like building and its impressive atrium experience called the Spectacle. In future effort to bring Vegas to Cotai, the Janice Wong MGM has opened with a chocolate fountain that very much reminds one of the similar attraction at Bellagio.

Up next will be City of Dream's much anticipated Morpheus (mid 2018), which will be the world's first exoskeleton high rise building. This futuristically designed building is very impressive from the outside and we are all eager to get inside to see what the interior later this year. The future Alain Ducasse restaurants that are being touted for Morpheus have many licking their lips in anticipation as well.

Beyond the MGM Cotai and Wynn Palace, you can see the future of the Cotai Strip area in the Grand Lisboa Palace (late 2019), which is under construction but starting to take recognisable shape and form. The long delayed opening of The Thirteen at the far end of what could be considered the Cotai Strip, nearer to Coloane Village should finally make its grand opening in the next few months as well.

Further down the line, Galaxy Phase III and IV will begin in 2019 and there is a round of hotel rebranding and modifications that seem to be in the pipeline for the next couple of years as well. Look for the Cotai Strip to continue to expand, develop and evolve in coming years! It is already unrecognisable compared to just 5 years ago! Let's see what the next five years bring as well.
Written April 7, 2018
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LoisMezzo
Hong Kong16 contributions
Dec 2017
The resorts on the Cotai Strip are all very interesting. Each one has their own unique feature; eg. The Venetian has gondolas. It's always fun to go around to the various hotels and check out the newest additions.
Written March 4, 2018
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Tirell
Munich, Germany404 contributions
May 2015 • Solo
The Cotai Strip houses some of the most impressive entertainment projects to be seen such as the Mega-Hotels with their casinos, huge Shopping Malls and the City of Dreams where some really nice shows are being performed. It all aspires to be grand, glamourous and even noble some day but the whole strip presently only succeeds in demonstrating its factitiousness. In making too hard an attempt the area never makes you feel comfortable in its totally artificial surroundings. Even the real Las Vegas offers more liveliness and real drama than its Asian conterpart - wich in my opinion does not compare at all to the American version of gamblers' paradise.

It's all totally legitimate of course and if you're into Casinos and all day shopping you will easily indulge in this artificial experience. But beware: even when you know what to expect you should postpone your visit for another year becaus right now the Cotai Strip is probably the largest construction site you'll ever see! It's impossible to take a walk as you are redirected from one building zone to the next, every potentially interesting view is blocked by erection cranes and scaffolds are just everywhere.
Written May 24, 2015
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J T
Manila, Philippines524 contributions
Jul 2014 • Friends
As mentioned my my Venetian review, some say Macao does not have the spirit of Vegas. Well as a first timer who hasn't been to Vegas, Cotai strip is enough to provide fun to shoppers diners and gamblers.

I was just here for a daytour so didn't have more time to visit each and every resorts/casinos bur seeing them outside the city is more than enough and fulfilled my Macao tour list.
Written August 10, 2014
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China155,206 contributions
Apr 2012 • Solo
The Venetian and City of Dreams have been well established on the Cotai Strip over the past couple of years. Lastly summer (2011), Galaxy opened, bringing another major casino, lots more shopping, dining, entertainment and three additional large hotels to the Cotai Strip.

Today, the Sands Cotai Central, The Cotai Strip's latest mega hotel and casino facility opens (11 April 2012). For information about the grand opening you can visit the Sands Cotai Centre official website at [http://www.sandscotaicentral.com/]. In addition to yet another large gambling area, more shopping, entertainment and dining, the Sands Cotai Central will bring with it, a Sheraton, Conrad and the largest Holiday Inn in the world. While there are some concerns about the Sand Cotai Central being ready to launch today, we are quite excited to see these facilities once everything is up and running and the operations have settled in.

The Cotai Strip continues to expand and there appears to be room for more development for the future. Lets hope they introduce some additional shows like the House of Dancing Water at the City of Dreams.
Written April 11, 2012
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Bobymax
Perth, UK176 contributions
Apr 2019 • Couples
Macau is a much smaller and less impressive Las Vegas. Casinos aplenty, restaurants too and even a ancient Portuguese past which could occupy you for a half day or so. Performances, shows and entertainment is very poor indeed. During our stay there was nothing to do of an evening other than gamble. No shows, no performances, no cinema – be very careful when you visit as there may be absolutely nothing to do!
Our hotel room was wonderful in JW Marriott and the service was good yet hugely bureaucratic and time consuming like most Chinese checking in and dealing with anything.
Two nights was more than enough for non-gamblers. Such a shame that the performance side of things is non existent with little to no advertising of what is to be on and when.
Interestingly the advertising to visit Macau displays wonderful shows and spectaculars all of which cannot be found when you are there!
An interesting poor Vegas to see when you are near Hong Kong.
Written April 11, 2019
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Newfoundlander_7
St. John's, Canada304 contributions
Apr 2018
I am not a gambler, but these properties are truly amazing, with lots of shops, restaurants and things to do that do not include gambling. Mainly I spent time at The Venetian Resort, which is one of the biggest buildings in the world!
Written April 29, 2018
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JonBrisbane
Australia42 contributions
Jul 2015 • Family
It was simply amazing with massive hotel-casino complexes along the strip, more on the way as well!
Everything was bold, large and imposing. Inside was all connected between the Sheraton, Holiday Inn and the Venetian Hotels, with all the high end shops, worth a look, if you are planning to shop there, be prepared! Prices were high.
Written July 15, 2015
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