T Galleria expands City of Dreams property in Macau
DFS Group and Melco Crown Entertainment Limited unveiled on Friday the new expansion of City of Dreams in Macau, the property managed and operated by T Galleria by DFS.
City of Dreams boasts a retail space that is three times more spacious than before, and it introduces a department-store style concept to Macau. The expansion features glass, marble and steel combined with warm wood accents, as well as dining areas, casinos, retail stores, attractions and hotels.
The expanded property houses a 23,000-square-foot beauty and fragrance section that features nearly 70 brands including Korean brands Sulwhasoo, Laneige and Hera. The section is comprised of two wings and is the largest beauty hall in Southern China.
In addition, City of Dreams will open new attractions in phases between June and December. The property will feature its first-ever shoe salon, which will offer over 50 men’s and women’s footwear brands on two floors including Aquazzura and Rupert Sanderson, and it will be the largest in Hong Kong and Macau.
By the end of this year, City of Dreams will carry luxury jewelry brands like Tiffany & Co., Van Cleef & Arpels, Audemars Piguet and Vacheron Constatin, along with luxury fashion labels Louis Vuitton, Dior, Prada, Miu Miu and Fendi, which opened at the property this month.
“Since entering the market in 2008, Macau has and continues to be an incredibly important destination for our customers and for DFS, which is why we are thrilled to unveil a retail concept here that is a first for DFS in terms of its scale, audacity and innovation. It is also a first for Macau in terms of providing a curated and modern product selection across the major luxury categories, targeting new and experienced travelers alike,” Philippe Schaus, DFS Group’s Chairman and CEO said. “T Galleria by DFS, City of Dreams will combine the breadth of a luxury shopping mall with the personalized service of a high-end department store.”
Developed by Melco Crown, City of Dreams is an entertainment resort and leisure and entertainment destination located at Cotai in Macau, China. The property currently features a 420,000-square-foot casino and will add an 800-unit apartment hotel in its second planned phase of development.
Copyright © 2019 FashionNetwork.com All rights reserved.