Lisboeta Macau will partially open of few shopping and attraction facilities from July 17, Macau Theme Park And Resort (MTPR) announced today (Wednesday).
The new resort property in Cotai will open up its GoAirborne Indoor SkyDiving attraction, the ‘first indoor skydiving experience in Macau’ with a maximum airspeed of 270 kilometres per hour; a 388-meter long zip line named ZIPCITY; and the Lisboeta night market next to the Macau Palace.
These facilities will operate from Thursday to Sunday between 2:00pm to 10:00pm, with MTPR considering they will be a ‘new option’ for locals to enjoy during the Summer holidays.
Lisboeta was granted a four-star hotel license by the Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO), in August, 2020, with several of its food & beverage outlets also receiving the necessary licensing, however, the property has so far only been used as a quarantine location.
‘We will still be supporting the Government to operate the Optional Medical Observation Hotel, while the attraction facilities are independent from the hotel tower which allow visitors to enjoy the facilities,’ the company stated.
The Lisboeta Hotel will include 820 guestrooms with three unique themes – Lisboeta, LINE FRIENDS presents CASA DE AMIGO and Maison L’Occitane – plus other entertainment attractions including Emperor Cinemas, Macau’s first mega indoor electric karting and outdoor event space.
The property features elements inspired by local iconic buildings such as Hotel Estoril, the floating casino “Macau Palace” and the New Central Hotel.
Macau Theme Park and Resorts Limited is headed by Arnaldo Ho Yau Heng, the son of the late gaming tycoon Stanley Ho and legislator and SJM Holdings managing director, Angela Leong On Kei.
The company has held several job matching fairs in recent months for positions in the new resort complex.