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The 13 pushes back opening to next year

The 13 Holdings Ltd. has pushed back further the opening of its luxury hotel project The 13 in Coloane to ‘early 2017’. A press release from the company announcing the delivery of its Rolls-Royce limousines yesterday reads that ‘The 13 hotel in Macau, planned to open in early 2017’. The hotel operator said in its annual report […]

The 13 Holdings Ltd. has pushed back further the opening of its luxury hotel project The 13 in Coloane to ‘early 2017’. A press release from the company announcing the delivery of its Rolls-Royce limousines yesterday reads that ‘The 13 hotel in Macau, planned to open in early 2017’. The hotel operator said in its annual report released in July that it ‘expects the hotel will be opened in the fourth quarter of 2016,’ adding the company was devoted to completing the interior finishes of the luxury hotel. This is not the first time that the company has postponed the opening date of its hotel project. In February of this year, the company was expecting the project to open ‘in late Summer 2016 at a cost of over US$7 million (MOP56 million) per room’. Meanwhile, according to yesterday’s announcement, British luxury automobile manufacturer Rolls-Royce has already delivered its 30 bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantoms fleet to the Special Administrative Region for the company from its headquarters in Goodwood, England.

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