About The Londoner Macao


An integrated resort at the centre of the Cotai Strip, The Londoner® Macao evokes the excitement and charm of the Victorian era. Bringing together the very best of this iconic city, from spectacular recreations of world-famous landmarks to uniquely London-inspired public spaces, accommodation, restaurants, retail and entertainment, The Londoner Macao is a celebration of timeless British design. The experience begins with the exterior facade, modelled on the iconic Palace of Westminster and Houses of Parliament, complete with the 96-metre Elizabeth Tower and spectacular clock face. As guests arrive, the grandeur of the glass canopied porte cochere with cobblestone paving recalls the capital’s most famous train station, Victoria. The grounds and gardens surrounding The Londoner Macao are modelled on the great London parks and gardens and were especially inspired by those at the royal residence of Kensington Palace.


The space that greets guests upon passage into The Londoner Macao is nothing short of spectacular. Crystal Palace is a light-filled, palatial atrium, modelled on Claridge’s of London and the Palace Hotel, exemplifying the greatest in Victorian design and construction in glass and iron. Moving into the lobby guests will find a stately and refined space, inspired by contemporary formal drawing rooms of glamorous British manor houses. The space envelops visitors with the grandeur and warmth of sumptuous British luxury. The design of the interior is derived from ancient classical architectural orders which were the inspiration for many of the great estates, manors and palaces of historic England. From here guests are invited to explore numerous restaurants, retail offerings and entertainment found in the lively streets and lanes of London.


Accommodation

The Londoner Macao features four world-class hotel brands in one location – The Londoner Hotel (luxury all-suites with 594 keys),The Londoner apart-hotel (368 apartments) adjacent to The St. Regis Macao, plus Conrad Macao (654 rooms), Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel (4,001 rooms) and The St. Regis Macao (400 rooms). This gives visitors to Cotai an expanded choice of luxury and mid-scale hotel offerings in one location, with over 6,000 hotel rooms to choose from. The Conrad Macao and Sheraton Grand Macao are the world’s largest hotels in their brands respectively.


The Londoner Hotel, Luxury Suites

At The Londoner Hotel, each space has been designed and crafted to embark guests on a unique journey for a one-of-a-kind, bespoke experience. Entering the suites, visitors are greeted with a gallery-like foyer, for a fresh and playful arrival. A selection of distinctive art pieces defines the entire living area, infusing it with a bold, sharp vibe, tastefully counter-balanced by the elegant simplicity of the chesterfield sofa and high-backed leather armchair. The journey continues into the bedroom area, for a warm, homely, yet decidedly upscale British atmosphere. At The Londoner Hotel, guests can indulge in alluring moments surrounded by refined details designed for a unique and bespoke luxury experience.


The David Beckham Suites

The Londoner Hotel will also introduce two floors of bespoke suites designed in association with Sands global ambassador, David Beckham. Known for his exceptional sporting career and a style icon in his own right, these suites will be Mr. Beckham’s first globally. Designed in collaboration with a leading London interior design firm, the suites will reflect the best of British design as well as David Beckham’s own discerning style and sophistication.


The Londoner Macao Facilities

  • 34,300 square metres of meeting and convention space
  • 13 ballrooms 
  • 6 meeting rooms
  • 3 spas
  • 4 health clubs
  • More than 20 dining options
  • Over 200 wide-ranging stores
  • Over 34,000 square metres of gaming


Shoppes at The Londoner

With over 200 stores, Shoppes at The Londoner caters to a broad spectrum of guests – the luxury-minded, savvy shoppers, or those just looking for a day out with friends and family. As part of Sands Shoppes, Macao’s ultimate shopping experience, Shoppes at The Londoner joins Shoppes at Venetian, Shoppes at Parisian, Shoppes at Four Seasons and Shoppes at Sands Macao to offer approximately 850 stores – the most in any single location in all of Macao. This shopper’s paradise includes some exciting new first-to-market brands and a unique collection of British heritage brands exclusive to The Londoner Macao, as well as an Apple Store. The moment visitors set foot on The Londoner’s retail district’s sun-lit main thoroughfare, they will feel transported to London’s classic shopping districts and chic boutiques of Bond Street, Mayfair, Savile Row and quaint stores associated with Soho, Covent Garden and Portobello Road.


Both expectant parents and those with babies can relax at Shoppes at The Londoner where they can enjoy facilities such as family rooms which cater specially to their needs.


Entertainment

Visitors will love a state of the art, thrilling virtual reality experience that enables participants to become a part of their favourite movies. Offering whole-body, fully immersive VR, with surprises at every turn, up to four people are able to play at the same time, and guests of all ages can enjoy this stunning game.


Visitors to The Londoner Macao can also enjoy British-themed Streetmosphere shows such as the famous ‘Changing of the Guards’ that takes place daily at Crystal Palace, as well as daily retail parades featuring iconic characters from British history, culture and literature. Look out for characters from famous Shakespeare plays, renowned sporting events such as Ascot horse races, eccentric tea parties and colourful pop art. And don’t be surprised if you bump into kings and queens taking a stroll!  


The Londoner Macao Arena

To enhance entertainment and MICE opportunities at Sands Resorts Macao, The Londoner Macao will introduce a new state of the art arena with the flexibility to accommodate everything from live entertainment to popular sporting events and corporate meeting plenaries. Designed to leverage the latest in audio-visual technology and with an intimate atmosphere, the arena will seat over 6,000 attendees and provide a complementary venue to the hugely successful Cotai Arena at The Venetian Macao.


Meetings and Conventions

The Londoner Macao is the centre point for world-class meetings and events, featuring 34,300 square metres of convention space. With the hotel offerings of The Londoner Hotel, Conrad Macao; Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel and The St. Regis Macao, corporate customers are provided with a new level of accessibility and affordability on the Cotai Strip. Being at the centre of it all offers corporate customers the opportunity to experience a wide variety of entertainment, retail and dining options to enrich their meeting and convention experiences. The international event teams at The Londoner Macao work around the clock to deliver world-class meeting and convention experiences offering the highest level of professionalism and service.


Dining

Diversity is on the menu at The Londoner Macao with an exciting dining adventure that delivers the very best culinary experiences. Whether British classics, traditional and modern Chinese cuisine, authentic Portuguese specialities, fascinating Macanese fusion food, The Londoner is sure to satisfy. A variety of restaurants also feature a wide selection of international tastes, including delicious seafood, curries, Italian and Mediterranean delights and a food court complete with tempting pan-Asian offerings.


Dongbei and Sichuan cuisine

A new restaurant offering traditional yet contemporary cuisine from Dongbei and Sichuan, prepared by chefs from northeast China. Specialising in roast duck and Xinjiang speciality dishes, highlights include a traditional duck oven, open fire pit for roasting whole lamb/goat, grills with a tandoor oven for flat breads and noodles, dumpling, hotpot and condiment stations. Inspired by classic Chinese mansions, the restaurant honours strong elements of traditional Chinese design while adding a level of modernity through the use of materials, rounded corners and contemporary interpretations of timeless Chinese art and patterns. Stylised motifs celebrate the flora and fauna of Dongbei, while red and gold accents are woven throughout – layered over patinated woods and metals, creating a rich environment to enjoy the distinctive and exciting cuisines of northern China.


The Mews, Thai restaurant & bar

The Mews is an all-day bar and Thai restaurant and seating for 94 guests. Its standalone bar offers a relaxing ambience and an extensive menu of drinks including Thai inspired cocktails, while snacks feature specialities from around Thailand. Located nearby to The Londoner Macao’s Crystal Palace, it is housed in an accurate reproduction of a classic London mews – a charming and rustic row or courtyard of stables and carriage houses with living quarters above them, built behind large city houses before motor vehicles replaced horses in the early twentieth century.


Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, British gastropub

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill by Gordon Ramsay is an authentic British gastropub. An intricately designed space featuring an upscale and lively bar and lounge area, the central bar will offer an array of draught beers, with a quality wine selection and handcrafted cocktails. The bar menu will list a variety of dishes that pair well with beer, wine and cocktails, including shepherd’s pie, a selection of British sausages and classic fish and chips.


Churchill’s Table, The Londoner Macao

The all-day restaurant can accommodate 200 guests for casual dining and international and English breakfast offerings with Asian food stations and an à la carte menu. Also on the menu are an international set lunch and fine English afternoon tea with a tea master on hand, and traditional scones, jam and clotted cream served from a trolley on silver stands, with an evening buffet dedicated to sweets and desserts. It also features a London themed retail and takeaway area with branded patisserie, coffee, tea and gifting items.

For more information, please visit: www.londonermacao.com