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Galaxy Macau gaming resort opens, including Banyan Tree, Okura hotels

Galaxy Macau, an integrated resort on the Cotai Strip from Galaxy Entertainment Group, has officially opened

The US1.9 billion complex includes three hotels with 2,200 guestrooms.More than 97% of Macau’s almost 25 million visitors in 2010 were from Asia, according to Macau Government Tourist Office statistics. Visitors from mainland China and Hong Kong, which are considered the primary feeder markets in the immediate term, together totaled 22 million, or 81%.The resort marks the debuts in the world’s largest gaming market for both Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts and Okura Hotels & Resorts Worldwide. The development’s third hotel is managed by Hong Kong-based Galaxy. Banyan Tree Macau offers 250 suites and 10 “floating villas,” while Hotel Okura Macau features 500 guestrooms. The 1,500 Galaxy Hotel becomes that company’s flagship.More than 97% of Macau’s almost 25 million visitors in 2010 were from Asia, according to Macau Government Tourist Office statistics. Visitors from mainland China and Hong Kong, which are considered the primary feeder markets in the immediate term, together totaled 22 million, or 81%.

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