Cotai Strip Resorts

Cotai Strip Resorts, Macau: Hours, Address, Cotai Strip Resorts Reviews: 4/5

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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BradJill
Hong Kong, China134,523 contributions
A ghost town due to the Coronavirus Outbreak
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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Caih Fabian
Dubai, United Arab Emirates22 contributions
The Venice of Macao
May 2019 • Family
Experience the Dreamworks , the teen is quite bord because most of the attraction are casino sadly minors are not allowed to ho inside ..
Written January 9, 2020
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happyyytraveller
Singapore, Singapore271 contributions
Can’t be compared with Las Vegas
Dec 2019 • Couples
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
Written December 27, 2019
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Marcocfchan
2 contributions
World bad class of casino
Dec 2019 • Family
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.
Written December 25, 2019
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GlobetrotterJ16
Seoul, South Korea1,775 contributions
Gamble, eat, sleep , shop
Nov 2019
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.
Written December 1, 2019
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Lets Go To Macau! 🇲🇴
Macau, China2,248 contributions
Cotai Strip is growing up fast
Feb 2019 • Solo
From the Venetian Macao alone in 2017, the Cotai Strip has filled up very nicely in the past 12 years. If you look today, you see large scale hotel and casino properties throughout the northern end of the Cotai Strip. Gaps in between properties have been filled in with numerous new hotel openings in the past few years.

In addition to the original property (Venetian Macao), you'll now find Four Seasons, Studio City, Sands Cotai Central properties (Conrad, Holiday Inn Macao, Sheraton Grand and St. Regis), City of Dreams properties (Countdown, Grand Hyatt, Morpheus and Nuwa), Galaxy properties (Banyon Tree, Galaxy Macau, JW Marriot, Okura and Ritz Carlton), Wynn Palace and MGM Cotai. Technically speaking, you can include Broadway Macau, Roosevelt and The Thirteen (southern end of the Strip nearer to Coloane.

And there is more to come. There will be three more hotels (Grand Lisboa Palace, Palazzo Versace Macau and Karl Lagerfeld) when the Grand Lisboa opens later this year. Galaxy will break ground on Phase III and IV developments this year scheduled to open in late 2020 and Lisboeta Theme Park and Hotels (Lisboeta, Maison L'Occitane Hotel and LINE Friends Casa d'Amigo) which is roughly scheduled to open in late 2020 as well.
Written June 6, 2019
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Christoph L
Gerrards Cross, UK1,308 contributions
Better than the historic City Centre (for somebody from Europe)
Mar 2019 • Family
We stayed in one of the hotels belonging to the Cotai Strip (Conrad, see separate review). We loved the resorts, the indoor shopping plazas and promenades and the numerous casinos all added to the fun.
And all the Sands owned properties (The Venetian, The Parisian and opposite Sands Cotai Central which includes the Conrad, Holiday Inn, St. Regis & Sheraton) are all interconnected by walkways.
The latter 4 hotels will soon form what will be called "The Londoner Macau" and the Holiday Inn brand will disappear in favour of "The Londoner". Work is already underway although it's not (yet) easy to see how that can be a successful rebranding (maybe they'll add a Big Ben, Tower Bridge or something else somewhere).
Back to the Present: especially the Venetian Canals shopping area on the 3rd floor is like a maze, we strolled around there twice and had trouble finding our way out again but we liked the Canals best of them all.
But most of the shops are very upmarket - and expensive! But even window-shopping on its own is worth it because of the atmosphere. You'll find numerous branches of the same chains dotted across the different arcades, adding to the Maze feel (where are you?).
I liked Cotai, including the Panda enclosures further South (separate review). I can see that the old historic part to the North of Cotai is very enjoyable and unique to people visiting from Asia, who have not been to Southern Europe, but for me Cotai was the highlight of Macau.
Written April 23, 2019
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Bobymax
Perth, UK158 contributions
Not much to do other than gamble!
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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Leonhkny
Hong Kong, China7,383 contributions
Essence of Macau
Apr 2019 • Family
While the historic centre of Macau reflects its colonial legacy, Cotai shows the modern face of the former Portuguese colony. The huge resorts and hotels along the reclaimed boulevard mark the role of gambling in Macau's economy and social fabrics. The scene at night with dazzling light is even more amusing.
Written April 8, 2019
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kelvin
Shanghai Region, China166 contributions
Weekend stay in Cotai Central Macau
Apr 2019 • Solo
Spent the 3-day weekends at the Sheraton Grand Cotai Central hotel. Visited all the hotel/casinos in the region. Highly recommended to do a jog around the strip, it’s awesome. Food was great. Transportation to/from ferry to various hotel/casinos are easily available free of charge & conveniently located at each hotels.
Written April 7, 2019
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