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Introducing Sands Cotai Central

» posted by Chuckmonster
  on 23 November 2011 1:58 pm

Las Vegas Sands Corp. d/b/a Sands China Limited have announced the grand opening of Sands Cotai Central™ in 2012. Unfortunately, they've done so with an ad campaign at appears to be based around people putting fingers in unsuspecting, floating Sands icon buttholes.

Sands Cotai Central Logo

Sands. Cotai. Central.... be at the "Centre" of it all.

The video fly through of the renderings reveal a fantastic array of shopping, dining and gaming opportunities as well as Sands' copy/paste version of the Conservatory at Bellagio. You snooze, you lose MGM!

This amalgamation of hotel brands - Sheraton Macao Hotel, Conrad Macao and Holiday Inn Macao - will bring approximately 5,800 more hotel rooms to the Cotai strip, two spas, three health clubs, at 20+ restaurants, 92 retail shops, and 300,000 square feet of casino gaming.


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