Studio City unveils MICE facilities

The stunning $3.2 billion Studio City, Macau’s new cinematically-themed entertainment and leisure destination, unveiled the first wave of its comprehensive meeting, incentive, conference and exhibition (“MICE”) packages.

 Studio City offers over 4,000 square meters of indoor event space with flexible configurations, allowing meeting and event planners to host anything from an exclusive banquet to an international conference, with everything customizable to the theme of their choice.

 The Grand Ballroom space at 1,820 square meters can be configured into up to three separate ballrooms with a total banqueting capacity of 650 people and cocktail capacity for 1,500 people.

 Eight individual salons provide meeting and break-out spaces with extensive pre-function areas. Many of the salons offer stunning views of the pool deck and have private outdoor terraces for coffee and lunch breaks.

 Events can also be hosted outdoors in the Studio City Event Garden, which opens onto the tropical-themed pool deck. Located next to the Grand Ballroom, the Event Garden is perfect for parties, team-building events, pre-event cocktails or dessert served under the stars after your special banquet.

 A Hollywood-inspired, entertainment-fueled leisure destination like no other, Studio City offers its own spectacular event themes, with a dazzling array of entertainment and iconic venues, meaning endless possibilities for any event.

 To read AGB’s analysis of Studio City please visit: Melco counts on Batman, magic to lure crowds to Studio City

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