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Cotai Strip Resorts

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Cotai Strip Resorts

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BradJill wrote a review Feb 2020
Hong Kong, China129,862 contributions22,860 helpful votes
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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.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Caih Fabian wrote a review Jan 2020
Dubai, United Arab Emirates22 contributions1 helpful vote
Experience the Dreamworks , the teen is quite bord because most of the attraction are casino sadly minors are not allowed to ho inside ..
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Date of experience: May 2019
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happyyytraveller wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore270 contributions81 helpful votes
I really enjoyed Las Vegas so was hoping that Macau would sort of replicate the experience. But clearly there were some noticeable difference that made Macau less fun. First the similarities between Vegas & Macau would be casinos, buffets, elaborate lobbys and majestic fountain show. But Macau fell short for me because 1) the Cotai Strip layout is haphazard, it’s not a straight Strip that you can walk up & down like Vegas. Eventhough they provide shuttle bus between hotels, the urban planning is really inefficient so the buses go in huge loops with lots of waiting time for buses. 2) lack of good shows and premium outlets..Vegas had more entertainment options besides casinos. 3) no natural views nearby.. Vegas had day trips to Grand Canyon or Horseshoe bend
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Marcocfchan wrote a review Dec 2019
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Walked around 1/4 of the casino and not able to find bottled water on Christmas Day. Poor WiFi reception at lobby of hotel. No WiFi at outdoor smoking area.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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GlobetrotterJ16 wrote a review Nov 2019
Seoul, South Korea1,789 contributions279 helpful votes
The Cotai strip is lined with huge casino resorts, Venetian, Parisian, City of Dreams, Studio City, Sands Cotai Central, MGM, Wynn etc. All with different designs and themes yet the same to offer. Gamble, shop, eat well. Plus some resorts offer some shows like House of Dancing Water at City of Dreams. There are tons of retail shops and restaurants, easy to find something for everybody. Although all these resorts are just across the street from each other don't underestimate the distance, walking around those resorts will take time and is substantial in terms of distance. Cotai is now an essential part of Macau and a must visit when there.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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