The Parisian Macau opens its doors

The Parisian Macao, Macau’s latest luxury landmark hotel marked by an iconic half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower, has opened its doors to welcome guests. Formal gardens, fountains, reflective pools and hedge mazes recall the formal beauty of the City of Light, while carousels, arcades and bistros speak of Parisian family-fun.


Along with impressive views of the Cotai Strip from the tower’s sumptuous restaurant and an observation deck offering views of Mainland China, the hotel features mesmerising landscaped areas overlooked by the main by 3,000 guestrooms and suites. Additionally, more than 150 boutiques within the resort offer the latest in luxury fashion designer wear, couture and lifestyle brands, while mime shows and a collection of other street performers, a variety of mouthwatering dining options (including French gastronomic delights), and world-class opera and entertainment in the 1,200-seat theatre, promise a cornucopia of diversions.


‘Thriller Live’, a London theatrical concert celebrating the life of Michael Jackson will be the first show performed in The Parisian Theatre, from 30 September to 13 November.


The property’s wide array of integrated resort facilities includes more than 5,200 square metres of convention and meeting space, a 3,400-square-metre banquet-style Parisian Ballroom, and seven meeting rooms and boardrooms. Further facilities include a spa, health club, 2,000-square-metre Qube Kingdom for kids offering both indoor and outdoor play areas, pool deck with themed water park, and an indoor footbridge enabling access to The Venetian Macao and Shoppes at Four Seasons.