Opened in 2006, Grand Emperor Hotel is situated in the heart of downtown Macau and offers fine dining, luxurious accommodations as well as a wide range of gaming and entertainment facilities. It is managed by Emperor Entertainment Hotel Limited.Grand Emperor Hotel brings the glamour of European royal palaces to its guests. Inside the hotel, “Emperor Palace Casino” occupies six floors. The “Slot Hall” on the 1st floor and the “Live 168” on the 2nd floor have over 400 latest slot machines. The “General Gaming Hall” which occupies the 2nd to the 4th floors provides a variety of Chinese and Western casino games and the splendidly decorated “VIP Royal” and “VIP Clubs” on the 5th floor offers superior services to the guests in an imperial ambiance. “Diamond VIP Zone” on the 6th floor brings a brand new gambling experience to the guests, offering fun of gambling to guests without any distractions in a private and exclusive area.The hotel provides over 300 spacious guest rooms, including the magnificent Emperor Suite, Queen Suite, Royal Suite and Executive Suite, all fully equipped with the best amenities, furnishings and fittings for its the guests.The hotel also houses various fine dining restaurants: the special-themed Western restaurant “Royal Kitchen”, the Chiu Chow Chinese restaurant “Grand Emperor Court”, the Japanese restaurant “Majestic Robatayaki”, luxury lounge and cellar “Windsor Lounge” as well as the “Lobby Lounge”. In fact, the hotel’s Chinese restaurant won “The Best of Chinese Restaurants in Macau 2006” organised by MasterCard.Grand Emperor Hotel provides a full range of services. Apart from dining and entertainment facilities, there are also conference rooms and a business centre to cater to the needs of business travellers.
Emperor Entertainment Hotel Limited, the gaming arm of Emperor Group, said it will be looking to expand its share of the premium mass market segment, after posting a fall in revenue and profit for the year ended March 31, 2019. Emperor, which operates the Grand Emperor Hotel in Macau, saw revenue fall 7.8 percent to […]
Emperor Entertainment Hotel Ltd. saw a jump in profit for the year ended Mar. 31, 2017, attributed to a reduction in exchange loss on Renminbi deposits and fair value changes of investment properties. The group, which operates the Grand Emperor Hotel and Inn Hotel Macau, reported profit of HK$346.5 million (US$44.4 million) a 35.2 percent […]
Emperor Entertainment Hotel Ltd has reported profit attributable to owners of the company fell 5.7 percent year-on-year in the six months ending September 30, 2016, hit by declining revenue and challenging market conditions. Revenue was down 10.2 percent to HK$784.5 million ($101.1 million) in 16H1, compared to HK$873.4 million in 15H1. EBITDA was HK$180 million […]
Emperor Entertainment Hotel Ltd, owner of Grand Emperor Hotel has reported a 48.7 percent decline in profit for the year ended March 31, 2016, according to a filing to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The casino operator saw HK$256.2 million (US$33 million) in profit for the year, compared to HK$504.3 million for the year ended […]
Emperor Entertainment, operator of the Grand Emperor Hotel in Macau, has warned that it expects profit in the year that ended in March 2016 to decrease significantly. The company said the decline will be due to “a loss on fair value change in investment properties and an impairment loss on prepaid lease payments, which was […]
Emperor Entertainment Hotel Limited said it expects to record a “significant decrease” in net profit for the six months ended September 30, based on a preliminary review of its latest financial information. The decline was mainly attributable to a net loss on the hotel property valuation due to the downturn of the Macau property market, the […]
Emperor Hotel Entertainment, which operates two hotels in Macau, reported revenue of HK$2 billion for the year ended March 2015, down from HK$2.26 billion in the previous year. The group’s EBITDA and after non-controlling interests was HK$634.5 million compared with HK$707 million in 2014, while profit for the year attributable to the owners was HK$504.3 […]