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Louvre Café at City of Dreams Scoops the ‘Best Macau Café’ Honor at the 3rd Annual Hong Kong Restaurant Interior Design Awards (HKRIDA)

September 25, 2017 Accolades No Comments Email Email

Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited (Nasdaq: MLCO) (“Melco” or the “Company”),today announces its flagship integrated resort, City of Dreams, has added another honor to its list of accolades after its Louvre Café was named ‘Best Macau Café’ by judges at the 3rd Annual Hong Kong Restaurant Interior Design Awards (HKRIDA). The venue, which is inspired by the tranquillity and elegance of European garden courtyards, is known for its exquisite afternoon teas, enticing selection of pastries, cakes and bistro classics, and its indulgent selection of caviars from the world-renowned House of Kaviari.

Gabriel Hunterton, Property President of City of Dreams, said: “We are delighted to receive this honor for Louvre Café from the Hong Kong Restaurant Interior Design Awards. At Melco, we are committed to offering our guests the finest and most original experiences possible, and this recognition is another testament to those efforts, which encourages us to push the envelope still further in our continuing quest for excellence. Our customers are increasingly accustomed to the luxury lifestyle, so it is our constant goal to create one-of-a-kind offerings that can’t be found anywhere else.”

Established in 2015 to draw attention to venues excelling in the field of interior design, HKRIDA is hosted by Restaurant & Bar Hong Kong, the leading fine dining and bar exhibition in Asia-Pacific. Louvre Café is part of the newly opened retail area at City of Dreams, a 170,000-square-feet mall that offers visitors an unparalleled luxury shopping experience in the heart of Macau.

The HKRIDA ‘Best Macau Café’ award is the latest in a long list of honors to be bestowed upon City of Dreams since its opening in 2009. Chinese dining destination Jade Dragon and contemporary French restaurant The Tasting Room have each been awarded two stars by Michelin, in addition to a Five-Star rating from Forbes and a place on the 2017 Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list. Crown Towers, meanwhile, is the only hotel in Macau to receive Forbes Five-Star ratings in the hotel and spa categories, as well as for each of its restaurants.

This is a trend that seems likely to continue as City of Dreams nears the end of its final development phase. This will include the opening of the eagerly anticipated hotel – Morpheus, one of the final buildings to be designed by iconic architect Zaha Hadid. Scheduled to open in the first half of 2018, Morpheus is a stunning achievement in modern architecture, and the world’s first high-rise building supported by a free-form exoskeleton steel structure.

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