Soar through Gotham City with Batman, take a ride on Asia’s tallest Ferris wheel, or go go-karting Wonder Woman style—all under one luxurious resort roof.
Melco Crown Entertainment just unleashed more details behind their newest $3.2 billion Hollywood-inspired, gaming and entertainment complex in Macau, China.
The fifth resort from Melco Crown will feature activities for adults and children—including a 30,000 square foot “play center” with plenty of Warner Bros. and DC Comics character action.
Goldeneye, set to become Asia’s tallest Ferris wheel at over 425 feet, is the premiere Studio City attraction– built between the resort hotel’s two towers like spinning eyes. The adjacent“Celebrity Tower” and “Star Tower” will feature 1,600 guest rooms.
For adults, Pacha, the international nightclub franchise headquartered in Ibiza, Spain, will have a new outpost at Studio City. According to a press release, there will be over 30 eateries throughout the property including a “diverse range of world-class restaurants, cafes and a number of relaxed bars and lounges.”
The nearby Boulevard at Studio City shopping complex will house 300,000-sq ft of retail space for shopping enthusiasts.
Melco Crown, known for their over-the-top resorts, has also enlisted Hollywood A-listers Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert Deniro to star in a commercial promoting their newest properties. Each actor was reportedly paid $13 million for appearing in the promo.
Macau, which is just an hour ferry ride from Hong Kong, is known for its luxurious casinos and bustling hospitality industry. But Studio City, scheduled to open in mid 2015, aims to draw crowds of all ages to this former Portuguese island.