Sands China, SJM Holdings and Wynn Resorts recently took part in the Macau Week in Jiangsu to help promote the territory as a safe travel destination.
Sands Resorts Macao fully supported ‘Macao Week in Jiangsu’, held to highlight Macao as a healthy, safe and quality destination to Nanjing residents. A booth promoting The Londoner Macao, especially designed for the event, attracted large numbers of visitors to enjoy spectacular British-themed dance performances.
Visitors were also able to take selfies at the booth and scan a WeChat QR code to discover the latest benefits and offers as well as receive souvenirs. Meanwhile a series of attractive packages for Nanjing residents for visits from this May to August, with limited-time hotel packages including accommodation, retail promotions and more, were available to book.
Virginia Lam, Executive Vice President and Chief Customer Officer of Sands China Ltd., said: “Sands Resorts Macao allows guests to enjoy thrilling European-themed travel and leisure experiences at The Venetian Macao and The Parisian Macao and now The Londoner Macao, offering spectacular recreations of world-famous British landmarks, superb accommodation, restaurants, retail, attractions and entertainment. Sands Resorts Macao is actively promoting multi-industry, cross-border integration and creating high-end, one-stop tourism products with the potential to revive Macao’s tourism market, developing it as a world centre of tourism and leisure.”
Ms. Daisy Ho, Chairman of the Board of Directors of SJM, said lauded the government’s efforts in ensuring Macau is a safe and healthy destination.
“As a pioneer in Macau’s tourism and leisure industry, our Lisboa brand has been closely connected with the development of the city for over 50 years. Our Grand Lisboa Palace Resort at Cotai, with its unique design reflecting Macau’s role as a platform for Sino-Western cultural exchange, is set to become a new landmark of Macau upon opening, further enhancing the city’s diversified tourism offerings.”
At the SJM booth, three large-scale architectural models of Hotel Lisboa, Grand Lisboa and the soon-to-open Grand Lisboa Palace Resort were exhibited, with LED displays and dramatic lighting effects to highlight the unique architectural features of each property.
Wynn collaborated with the travel industry to give away more than RMB 90 million worth of unparalleled offers in an effort to attract travelers to Macau.
Visitors can now save as much as 40% on Forbes-Five Star accommodation at Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace inclusive of breakfast for two, dining credit, spa experiences or suite upgrades and other exclusive privileges. Bookings may be made directly with Wynn, via travel agencies or through appointed online travel platforms in Mainland China.
Wynn also participated in live broadcasts with Ctrip to present limited-time offers on accommodation and introduce all of the luxurious accommodation and resort offerings at Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace.