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Countdown begins to Londoner Macao opening, including retail strip

Sands China is recreating famous London streets along with retail and dining experiences at the Macao’s Cotai Strip.

Called ‘The Londoner Macao’, the development is expected to become a new destination for retail and dining experiences in the territory beside its luxury hotel network. 

The project will include the rebranded and expanded Shoppes at Londoner. According to Sands China, the shopping mall will house more than 150 fashion and lifestyle stores, from high street to haute couture. Shoppes at Londoner will join Shoppes at Venetian and Shoppes at Four Seasons, alongside Shoppes at Parisian.

“The moment visitors step foot on the sunlit retail district of The Londoner Macao, they will feel transported to London’s classic shopping streets: chic boutiques at Bond Street, Mayfair and Savile Row, and quaint stores in Soho and Covent Garden,” the company said in a statement. 

Construction of the retail mall is already underway and will be completed next year. 

The new development will also feature a variety of dining options, ranging from international, Asian to London-inspired restaurants. Dining lineup includes Churchill’s Table, The Mews, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill and The St Regis Bar. 

“With spectacular London-themed accommodation, dining, shopping, entertainment and landmarks, The Londoner Macao will offer our guests another new and exciting experience while further illustrating our commitment to Macao and the expansion of its tourism offerings,” said Robert Goldstein, president and COO of Sands China. 

Sands Resort Macao global ambassador David Beckham is featured in a campaign for the project, ‘Bringing The Best of London to Macao”. The British-themed project’s first phase represents an investment of about US$2 billion. The Londoner Macao will open progressively throughout next year with an official ceremony scheduled for next February. 

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