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展示未来综合娱乐度假村发展计划

 

澳门,中国 - Media OutReach - 2019年11月15日 - 太阳城集团一直致力提供高端贵宾服务,未来将透过太阳城集团控股有限公司(香港上市公司编号1383),加强拓展全球酒店及度假村管理业务并发展成核心方向。为更好让业界了解集团之综合度假村发展现况,于11月12至14日参与了假澳门威尼斯人金光会展展览馆举行的「2019澳门休闲科技展」,展示集团旗下首个度假村项目「会安南岸综合娱乐度假村」。

太阳城集团参与2019澳门休闲科技展

太阳城集团参与2019澳门休闲科技展

太阳城集团参与2019澳门休闲科技展

会安南岸

太阳城集团参与2019澳门休闲科技展

会安南岸高尔夫球会所

太阳城集团参与2019澳门休闲科技展

会安南岸模型

 

太阳城集团控股有限公司与VMS Investment Group及VinaCapital Group的合资项目「会安南岸综合娱乐度假村」选址越南广南省中部,预计于明年第一季开幕,其地理位置优越,距岘港国际机场约四十公里,比邻著名旅游景点会安古镇及美山圣地遗址,占地约10平方公里,并分期发展。第一期将设有超过1,000间客房的酒店,由香港瑰丽酒店集团管理,包括旗下全新品牌芊丽酒店(KHOS)亦将面世,它将融合会安南岸的特色及瑰丽酒店之高端住宿体验,酒店设计会以潮流感作主调,并针对年轻客人为主,冀能成为东南亚精英交流聚会地。此外,「会安南岸」亦将迎来三个酒店品牌进驻,包括会安南岸套房酒店、新世界酒店式高级公寓及瑰丽别墅,全面满足不同类型的旅客需求。

 

作为当地首个大型综合度假村,「会安南岸」最特别之处就是独拥全长四公里的无边际海岸线,更会于海滩打造绝无仅有的海滩俱乐部,以美酒佳肴及绝美海景为客人缔造无可比拟的度假体验。同时,提供多元娱乐的「会安南岸」亦设有18洞的高尔夫球场俱乐部,由名师Robert Trent Jones Jr设计。明年更将陆续引进餐饮及零售商店品牌,筹备吸引博彩及非博彩客人的精彩演出和娱乐活动等,太阳城集团有信心将「会安南岸综合娱乐度假村」打造成东南亚首屈一指之娱乐枢纽,为集团带来可观收益及可持续发展前景。

 

于2019年,太阳城集团控股有限公司已成功收购香港上市公司编号102凯升控股部分股权,将会参与俄罗斯海参崴水晶虎宫殿酒店的第二期项目,并善用集团自身丰富的经验促进营运,紧握俄罗斯旅客增长形势及机遇;亦于早前公布参与位于菲律宾马尼拉娱乐城的项目部分建设,总建筑面积约18万平方米,本集团将兴建超过400间酒店房,该项目另有其他由当地项目合作伙伴兴建之辅助设施,如大剧院及商场。

 

太阳城集团自2007年在澳门创立至今,一直坚守「多元创新,积极进取」的精神,追求卓越,持续开拓海内外市场,致力发展综合贵宾娱乐,涵盖贵宾服务、影视娱乐、环球旅游、餐饮体验、奢华购物、酒店及度假村管理等六大领域的业务。未来将继续加强集团在国外地区旅游相关物业项目的投资,为尊贵客人提供更多元化的娱乐选择,以巩固在业界的领先地位。

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关于太阳城集团

太阳城集团始创于2007年。成立之初,集团主力为客户提供尊贵娱乐服务,随着业务急速发展,太阳城集团的足迹已遍及澳门众多星级酒店及度假村,更先后进驻马尼拉、首尔、仁川、金边、岘港等大城市,正式冲出亚洲!

一直以来,太阳城集团坚守「多元创新,积极进取」的精神,全力开拓高端娱乐及相关产品服务,并设立全球首屈一指的尊贵会籍,为会员一站式打造极致娱乐、旅游、餐饮、购物及影视享受。时至今日,我们的业务已日趋多元化,服务范畴遍及各行各业,全力打造涵盖寰宇旅游、电影制作、演唱会及活动策划、餐饮、奢侈品等领域的一站式娱乐平台。

太阳城集团扎根澳门,锐意发展国际化娱乐业务,开拓更广阔市场。未来,我们将会创建更多元化的高端娱乐服务,吸纳更多尊贵会员,决心将业务扩展至全球每个角落,在国际舞台绽放耀眼光芒!

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