Sands Cotai Central

    Website: http://www.sandscotaicentral.com/

    Address: Estrada do Istmo. s/n, Cotai, Macau SAR,

    Sands Cotai central opened in 2012. It features four hotel brands – St. Regis, Conrad, Sheraton, and Holiday Inn – with more than 6,200 hotel rooms to choose from. The Shoppes at Cotai Central offer more than 150 boutiques and recently incorporated more high-street brands into the retail mix. A footbridge connects the resort to the Shoppes at Four Seasons and Shoppes at Venetian, collectively forming Sands Shoppes, featuring more than 650 retail shops in total.

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