City of Dreams Manila: A Sneak Peek into the Next Big Entertainment Complex in the City
Make your dreams a reality at City of Dreams Manila.
City of Dreams Manila is a 1.13-billion lavish integrated resort featuring a dazzling array of entertainment and attractions, 3 award-winning hotels and exquisite dining outlets by Premium Leisure Corp. owned by Henry Sy and his SM Group and operated by Macau’s Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd. The soft opening was on December 14, 2014 , but the grand launch is expected to be in January 2015.
Initially open to the public are the gaming areas, CenterPlay, a live performance lounge with Russian acrobats and dancers, the world renowned Nobu restaurant and Nobu Hotel, tea lounge, Hyatt Hotel, 6 Star Crown Towers Hotel, and select food and beverage and retail establishments including a Godiva Cafe. City of Dreams Manila was designed after the City of Dreams Macau, the flagship project of Melco Crown Entertainment a top Macau casino operator. Read more about City of Dreams Macau here and here.
City of Dreams Pool View Nobu Hotel
There are 6 hotel towers, including the 260 room Crown Towers hotel, the 321 room Nobu Hotel Manila and Hyatt Hotel, restaurants, bars, gaming facilities, and a multi-level car park.
It will also have 3 distinct entertainment venues, including Manila’s first family entertainment center, a live performance central lounge inside the casino and 2 night clubs Pangea and Chaos by “International King of Clubs” Michael Van Cleef Ault situated at the iconic fortune egg, a dome-like structure serving as a centerpiece of the whole complex.
City of Dreams Manila
The complex sits on a 6.2-hectare site at the gateway to Entertainment City.Entertainment City is a 120-hectare development of PAGCOR and will compete with Las Vegas, Macau, and Singapore. Manila Bay Resorts, owned by Japanese billionaire Kazuo Okada, is expected to open in late 2015 while Bayshore City Resorts World, a venture between Filipino billionaire Andrew Tan and Malaysia’s Genting Group, will open in the fourth quarter of 2018. Stay tuned as the Philippines continues to evolve into the the premiere entertainment and gaming hub in Asia! 🙂
City of Dreams Manila
Roxas Boulevard, Parañaque, Metro Manila
Tel: (+632) 800 8080