MGM Resorts has recently announced the opening of its Cotai venue, now they are adding further services.
Macau.- MGM Resorts is soon opening the doors of its Macau casino, MGM Cotai. Last week, operators revealed the opening date to be on February 13. Now the company has announced that they are adding 150 live tables to secure the most innovate player experience in the Chinese gaming hub.
“We estimate MGM (China) receives 150 tables, though we do not believe the allocation is overly meaningful given the ability to shift capacity from the peninsula and investor comfort, that table utilisation remains low, post the Wynn Palace opening experience,” analysts Carlo Santarelli and Danny Valoy told GGRAsia.
MGM China announced that the grand opening will include promotional offers directed to individuals, families and business people through flexible and high value packages. The offers start at US$170 for a one night stay at MGM Cotai’s hotel, whilst an additional US$60 resort credit will be given to spend in the restaurants, spa and entertainment facilities of the guests’ choice. Ferry transportation and dining discounts when spending resort credits will also be given.
MGM China delayed the opening due to the Typhoon Hato that hit Macau during the last week of August and destroyed multiple parts of the city. Moreover, after the storm the casino went through a fire that left one of the workers in the hospital. During those two events, the facility was forced to close its doors for a month approximately.