Harbourview Hotel and Yacht Marina Phase One completed

Harbourview Hotel at Macau Fisherman’s Wharf is modelled on the 18th Century architecture of Prague

A 4-star hotel modelled on the 18th Century architecture of Prague has now been completed in Macau Fisherman’s Wharf. The hotel has 444 rooms and suites plus bars, restaurants, health club, swimming pool and gym, sauna, and retail spaces.

David Chow Kam Fai, Co-Chairman, Executive Director and CEO of Macau Legend Development, anticipates that the opening of Harbourview Hotel - which is part of the company’s revamp of the whole waterside theme park and taken a year and a month to finish - will help improve Macau’s tourism carrying capacity, and in addition expects that the yacht marina will help promote the development of coastal tourism. Individual visits by yachtsmen and crews represents a promising diversification of Macau’s tourism culture as well as contributing a new and exciting slant on building Macau into a World Centre of Tourism and Leisure.

Satisfied with the construction progress of Harbourview, which is slated to open prior to Chinese New Year, Macau Legend’s co-chairman and former legislator said that the investment cost of building it was less than US$200 million (HK$1.5 billion) or about 8 per cent less than the company’s original estimate.

Mr. Chow said that he would like to promote the individual travel scheme for yachts via the yacht marina, as the Chinese central government is working with the Macau Special Administrative Region authorities regarding Macau’s administrative rights of territorial waters. 

The dynamic entrepreneur revealed that future plans for the yacht marina include the construction of a breakwater and an extension of the pier area. The facility is expected to berth up to 400 yachts upon completion.