Sands China Ltd. recently marked the anniversaries of The Parisian Macao and The Venetian Macao with team members, celebrating the occasions with them at back-of-house events honouring their contributions to the properties’ successes.
On Sept. 13, The Parisian Macao reached its five-year milestone, and team members celebrated with entertainment, games and lucky draws at The Parisian’s team member dining room. And on Aug. 28, team members enjoyed a special anniversary meal at The Venetian Macao’s team member dining room for the integrated resort’s 14th anniversary.
Dr. Wilfred Wong, president of Sands China Ltd., said: “The Venetian Macao became an instant icon of Macao when opening in 2007. And following the success of this flagship property, Sands China has since added to its portfolio The Plaza Macao; Sands Cotai Central, now reborn as The Londoner Macao; and The Parisian Macao – while in the process transforming the Cotai skyline and realising the long-term vision of the company.
Our sincere gratitude goes to our team members for their remarkable contributions to our successes, especially amid the challenges of the pandemic. As we celebrate, we look forward to gaining and celebrating more achievements with our talented and dedicated team members.”
As Macao’s first and still its most well-known integrated resort, The Venetian has hosted 386 million visitors over the last 14 years, with nearly 12 million room-nights sold. Its vast entertainment and MICE venues have welcomed celebrities such as Lady Gaga, Aaron Kwok, and The Rolling Stones; presented sports events like Fists of Gold that were shown live around the world; hosted large-scale meetings of over 10,000 participants for multinational giants; and staged shows like Cats and Beauty and the Beast.
Opened in 2016, The Parisian Macao stands as a landmark on the Cotai Strip with its instantly recognisable half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower. With the establishment of this French-themed resort five years ago, Sands China realised its vision for Cotai and is continuing its efforts to help build Macao as a world centre of tourism and leisure, having invested US$15 billion in Macao to date.
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