The second phase of hotel-resort Galaxy Macau opened to much fanfare on 27th May, in tandem with Broadway Macau, a theatre, dining, retail district which is accessible from the main Galaxy complex by air conditioned sky-bridge. Galaxy Entertainment Group have announced that the two new developments collectively cost some HK$43 billion to build, part of 'a planned HK$100 billion commitment to Macau', the company says.
Phase II of Galaxy Macau includes the world's first all-suite The Ritz-Carlton hotel and Asia's largest JW Marriott hotel, with over 1,000 rooms, say Galaxy Entertainment Group. Broadway Macau features a 320-room hotel and a theatre with 3,000 seats which was christened by veteran Hong Kong superstar Alan Tam in his show on 30th May, with the whole Phase II complex characterised as a “family oriented integrated resort".
To attract more families to spend their holidays at the resort shopping and enjoying the cuisine and retail experience, Galaxy Macau features The Promenade, a shopping and café area, connecting Galaxy Macau Phase I and Phase II, with over 200 luxury and lifestyle retail brands, including over 30 first-to-Macau names. Meanwhile, The Broadway has 40 food and beverage outlets, with the majority being Macau owned and operated, plus 20 retail stores with many specializing in typical Macau treats. In addition, an expanded resort deck now features the world's longest Skytop Adventure Rapids at 575 metres and the world's largest Skytop Wave Pool.