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  • Writer's pictureFaye Bradley

The Londoner Macao is a British-Inspired Luxury Hotel, Complete With David Beckham-Designed Suites


In the heart of the Cotai Strip, a remarkable transformation has taken place. The Londoner Macao, a grand celebration of British sophistication and Cotai's vibrant spirit, has emerged as a beacon of luxury, entertainment, and culinary excellence. This extraordinary integrated resort, with its awe-inspiring architecture and opulent offerings, sets a new standard for hospitality in Macao.

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A Triumphant Return

In the glimmering city of Macao, where extravagance knows no bounds, a magnificent transformation has taken place. Formerly known as Sands Cotai Central, The Londoner Macao emerges as a beacon of refined British charm, marking the city's triumphant reopening after the challenges of the pandemic. This grand rebranding celebration, attended by the iconic David Beckham himself with performances from Cantopop star G.E.M, pianist Lang Lang and Mongolian vocalist Ayanga, showcases the commitment of Sands China Ltd. to Macao's vibrant future as a global tourism hub.

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With a staggering investment of approximately US$2 billion (MOP 16 billion), The Londoner Macao is an architectural masterpiece that seamlessly blends prestige and playfulness. Its five opulent hotels, including the flagship The Londoner Hotel, offer nearly 6,000 rooms adorned with a British design aesthetic inspired by the nation's rich heritage and contemporary allure. As you step through the majestic glass-covered porte-cochère, reminiscent of London's Victoria Station, and onto the cobbled driveway, the stage is set for an extraordinary British-inspired sojourn.

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British-Inspired Landmarks

The Londoner Macao presents an array of essential photo opportunities, transporting you to the heart of London's most iconic landmarks. A life-size replica of the Elizabeth Tower (affectionately known as Big Ben) majestically chimes every hour, while the Crystal Palace atrium captivates with its Victorian-inspired grandeur, featuring a 10-storey-high ceiling adorned with glass, iron, and marble.

Be enchanted by the spectacle of the "Changing of the Guard" ceremony, reimagined with music, LED displays, and special effects, as artists bring to life the splendour of Buckingham Palace. The full-scale reproduction of the Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain at Piccadilly Circus adds to the sense of wonder, while the imposing façade, reminiscent of the Palace of Westminster and Houses of Parliament, comes alive in the evenings with the Londoner Light and Sound Spectacular. From red double-decker buses to classic phone booths and black London cabs, every nook and cranny of The Londoner Macao is adorned with British-themed details, paying homage to the diverse tapestry of English culture.

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Accommodation at The Londoner Macao promises an unparalleled experience, with two distinct offerings. The invitation-only Suites by David Beckham, Macao's first celebrity-designed suites, exude opulence from every corner. Collaborating closely with the renowned London interior design firm David Collins Studio, Beckham's personal touch has transformed these 14 super-luxe apartments into havens of elegance. Through the exclusive 'Be My Guest' programme, visitors are invited to indulge in luxurious stays and exclusive lifestyle experiences, savoring Beckham's favorite dishes, handpicked cigars, whiskeys, and cocktails at select restaurants.

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We stayed in the Louis Suite, a 75-square-metre space with a separate living room, spacious bedroom, bathroom with a bathtub and shower, vanity room and walk-in wardrobe. British-themed artworks adorn the walls and the furnishings are plush with a Victorian-meets-modern aesthetic.

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The suite includes an exclusive pillow menu, electronic foot massager, minibar cabinet and a high-backed leather armchair and sofa for ultimate comfort.

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For those seeking a distinguished sanctuary, Londoner Court is a haven of tranquility within The Londoner Macao. Designed by the esteemed Steve Leung Design Group, these suites, ranging from one to four bedrooms, infuse a modern touch into the ambiance of a refined London residence. Here, round-the-clock butler service elevates the luxurious experience to new heights.

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At The Londoner Hotel, guests are granted exclusive access to The Residence, a private club adorned with themed rooms inspired by historic British figures, royalty, and the arts.

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Dining at The Londoner Macao is an exquisite affair, showcasing a range of culinary delights that satisfy the most discerning palates. Joining the roster of prestigious restaurants this summer is the Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, offering a convivial atmosphere and classic British cuisine. From Ramsay's famous beef wellington to premium steaks, shepherd's pie, and ale-battered fish and chips, guests can embark on a culinary journey that pays homage to Britain's rich gastronomic heritage.

Adding a global twist to British tradition, The Mews is another upcoming gem at The Londoner Macao. Hidden behind grand townhouses, this glamorous restaurant offers a menu of Thai delicacies, inspired by the cuisine that has become immensely popular in multicultural Britain.

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One cannot overlook the award-winning The Huaiyang Garden, specialising in Huaiyang cuisine. Celebrity master chef Zhou Xiaoyan has crafted a refined menu that earned the restaurant a coveted Michelin star in the Michelin Guide Hong Kong & Macau 2023 within its first year of opening.

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In terms of facilities, The Londoner Macao leaves no stone unturned. The newly opened state-of-the-art The Londoner Arena stands ready to accommodate up to 6,000 visitors, providing a versatile space for international sporting events, corporate conferences, and high-profile concerts. Additionally, the integrated resort boasts an impressive 34,300 square meters of meeting and convention space, including 13 ballrooms, six meeting rooms, and The Londoner Theatre, a 1,700-seat venue ideal for both long-running shows and medium-sized performances.

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Every corner of this extraordinary property reflects meticulous attention to detail, surprising experiences, and unforgettable dining, all waiting to delight visitors from around the world. So, step into a world where opulence meets playfulness, and immerse yourself in the grandeur of The Londoner Macao—a true one-of-a-kind experience that exemplifies the essence of British sophistication and glamour – and one that Beckham himself truly approves of.

Prices start from US$900 per night.


Address: Estrada da Baia de Nossa Senhora da Esperanca, Macao | Website: | Phone: +853 2885 3118 | Email: | Instagram: @The_Londoner_Macao | Facebook: @LondonerMacao


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