Sands Cotai Central to don London theme

Sands China is planning to apply a London theme to the four iconic towers of Sands Cotai Central, local media reports.

According to an unnamed source speaking to Macau Business, the outside surrounding of the four towers will host several characteristic features of the city, while the interior of the hotels will also see changes that will “create a better London feeling.”

The introduction of London’s iconic red double decker buses are also in the pipeline.

“The decision is done, it’s now just a matter of starting to work on it,” a Sands China Ltd. source told Business Daily.

According to the source, the towers have been at the center of discussions by top level executives at Sands China “for quite a while.”

The property will be joining its sister resorts in adopting a European theme. The company owns the Venetian Macau and the Parisian Macau, which are opposite Sands Cotai Central. 

 

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