Jai Alai Hotel announces official opening

Sociedade de Jogos de Macau, S.A. (SJM) has announced the opening of its Jai Alai Hotel at the Outer Harbor District of Macau.

Once the glorious historical Palácio de Pelota Basca (Jai Alai), the revamped hotel is an entertainment and leisure complex comprising hotel, casino, food and beverage outlets, the JA Avenue, as well as spaces for art and creative exhibitions.

The Jai Alai Hotel started operations on November 15, 2017.  Located in a prime location in the Outer Harbour district with direct connection to the Macau Ferry Terminal, the hotel is only within a few minutes’ walk to the pier.

“Customer-centric, the Jai Alai Hotel is crafted with touches of elegance and simplicity in a beautiful setting overlooking the reservoir.  Its food and beverage outlets serve irresistible Chinese and Western cuisines,” said the operator in a press release.

Under the same roof there is the 30,000-square-feet JA Avenue, the latest cosmetic and beauty landmark in Macau.

The hotel provides complimentary shuttle bus service to the city centre, connecting its guests with Macau’s UNESCO heritage sites with just a 10-minute bus journey.

“Jai Alai Hotel cordially invites everyone to come and enjoy its premium services and extraordinary offerings,” it wrote.

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