Marina Bay Sands: dazzling casino resort gets $1 billion renovation

Marina Bay Sands: dazzling casino resort gets $1 billion renovation

The Marina Bay Sands in Singapore is not only known to gambling fans from all over the world because of its iconic shape. Now the casino resort, which opened in 2010, is set to undergo a billion-dollar renovation. The announcement was made by operator Las Vegas Sands (LVS) on Tuesday.

Marina Bay Sands: dazzling casino resort gets $1 billion renovation

The work would include all areas of the building ensemble with the world-famous roof over the three hotel towers, LVS said. For this, the company estimates a cost of $1 billion (880 million euros), it said. The plan is to carry out the work on Marina Bay Sands over several stages this year and next, it said.

Paul Town, chief operating officer at Marina Bay Sands, said:

"The new room and suite offering at Marina Bay Sands will provide luxury lifestyle experiences not previously seen in the market as we redefine the future of luxury hospitality and travel. We look forward to introducing them to guests from around the world in the coming months as international travel picks up following the easing of border restrictions."

Singapore has proven to be a pioneer in revitalizing tourism, Town said. His company greatly appreciates the travel facilitation measures put in place by the government, he said.

Investing in luxury

Beyond the redesign of all rooms and suites, Town said the renovation will place an emphasis on dining options. In addition to the existing two-star Wakuda restaurant, further concepts for top gastronomy would be developed.

LVS also intends to invest heavily in the luxury sector. For example, the company plans to establish an exclusive club lounge on the 55th floor that will meet the highest standards. The entertainment and casino area is not excluded. Such services have already begun to transfer to online casinos such as https://bollywood-casino.com/game/teen-patti/ and at the moment it is successful. The aim is to significantly increase the attractiveness of the resort in all areas.

LVS is not only planning costly renovations in Singapore. The casino group is also investing considerable sums at its main Asian location in Macau. The resorts The Londoner Macao, Grand Suites at Four Seasons Macao, and The Londoner Court, for example, are undergoing a refresh for a total of USD 2.2 billion.

The entertainment and casino area is not excluded

Operator LVS expressed confidence that the Marina Bay Sands would remain a dazzling highlight in the Asian metropolis, which is not short of entertainment options, in the years to come. LVS CEO Robert G. Goldstein emphasized the Group's confidence in the location. The investment is a clear sign of its long-term commitment to the city.

As a result, the Marina Bay Sands should continue to attract droves of tourists in the future. Since its opening, it has been visited by more than 380 million guests, according to LVS. This figure is expected to increase significantly in the coming years.