W Hotels makes its Macau debut, introducing a transformative guest experience that blends modern luxury with Macau’s unique cultural tapestry.
HONG KONG – W Hotels, part of Marriott Bonvoy‘s global portfolio, announced the highly anticipated opening of W Macau – Studio City, marking the debut of the iconic W Hotels brand in Macau. Part of Melco Resorts & Entertainment’s integrated resort of Studio City on Cotai Strip, Macau’s premier leisure destination, the hotel connects guests to the vibrant culture through its intriguing design, elevated dining and beverage venues and unrivaled guest programming.
“The opening of W Macau – Studio City ushers in a new, modern style of highly-experiential hospitality in a city famous for its traditional approach to opulence,” said George Fleck, Vice President and Global Brand Leader, W Hotels. “We are excited to bring the W brand’s unique and unpretentious vibe to Macau and appeal to the next generation of luxury travelers through our contextual approach to design and commitment to the guest experience. It’s a new chapter for Macau and for W.”
W Macau – Studio City, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, merges 1950s Hollywood glamor with Macau’s East-meets-West culture. Offering 557 distinct guestrooms and suites, the property boasts innovative features like the W Sound Suite, a professional-grade recording studio. With four dining venues, an expansive wellness area, and seven adaptable meeting rooms, it aims to redefine the hospitality experience in Macau for both leisure and business travelers.
“W Macau – Studio City celebrates the glamor of nostalgic cinema as well as Macau’s very unique cultural heritage,” said Adrian Chan, General Manager, W Macau – Studio City. “We are looking forward to welcoming guests and hosting locals who seek to push boundaries and explore this amazing city through the unmistakable lens of W.”
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