The Plaza CasinoMacau's Premier Gaming Destination
The Plaza Casino in Macau is a luxury resort that is located on the Cotai Strip. The resort features the Four Seasons Hotel Macau, Shoppes at Four Seasons and the Plaza Casino, where guests can try their luck at a number of exciting casino games.
Owned by Las Vegas Sands Corporation, the resort opened in 2008 and remains one of the most popular land-based casinos and hotels in Macau. The Plaza also has facilities such as 14 spa suites, 5 outdoor pools, and a golf course, which is just minutes away from the hotel.
- Address:Estrada da Baía de N. Senhora da Esperança, Cotai, China
- Opening Hours:24h
- Minimum Age:21
- Website: www.theplazamacao.com
- Phone Number: +853 2881 8888
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The Plaza’s Spacious Gaming Floor
The Plaza has a boast-worthy 127,000 square feet dedicated to all sorts of gambling games. The casino has 150 gaming machines, which are spaced out across the massive floor space, enabling guests to sit comfortably and enjoy long gaming sessions.
There are 98 table games and poker tables, where gamers can enjoy a plethora of traditional casino games such as blackjack, baccarat, roulette, and exciting variants of poker. Gamers who want to play for bigger stakes can enter the exclusive VIP rooms, where high-stakes games are held. These classy rooms are a fantastic environment, and they can enjoy premium tableside service as they make their high-stakes bets.
World Class Loyalty Program at The Plaza
The Plaza is one of the venues linked to the Sands Reward program ensuring that guests can receive multiple benefits and privileges. These include points that can be used to redeem free hotel nights as well as at over 550 participating stores.
Largest Shopping Complex in Macau
Alongside the casino, The Plaza has lots of thrilling facilities to offer guests, such as its duty-free stores, including brands such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Dior, Chanel and Bottega Veneta. The Shoppes at The Plaza are connected to the Shoppes at The Venetian and Londoner and form the largest shopping complex in Macau.