City of Dreams Mediterranean

    City of Dreams Mediterranean is a casino resort project developed by Melco International Development and local Cyprus company CNS Group.

    The resort, once completed will offer 136 tables, 1,200 gaming machines, 500-room hotel and luxury villas, 11 restaurants, shops sports and wellness enters and an amphitheatre.

    A temporary casino opened on June 28, 2018 and will be in operation until the resort is completed.

    The temporary casino includes 33 tables, 242 slots and a VIP gaming area. Another four satellite casinos will also open across Cyprus.

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