We should hear a lot about the Banyon Tree hotel-casino with its unique rooms and service where players feel at home in exceptional surroundings with the whole range of casino games available to them.
Macau plans to maintain its lead over Las Vegas and to do this the ex-Portuguese colony has just opened a hotel-casino complex: the Banyan Tree. This five star complex has just been opened with full honours in the new international gaming capital. It must be said that Macau which has taken over from Las Vegas continues to attract millions of tourists every year and has become the third most visited country in the world after the United States and France.
In casinos and gaming, Macau has found a way to become rich and tourists from all over the world come en masse to play their favourite games: slot machines, roulette, video poker, craps, sic bo, baccarat, blackjack and many more games.The Banyan Tree Hotel-Casino is a luxurious complex with suites (with private swimming pool) and villas surrounding the complex and a wave swimming pool on the roof of this magnificent hotel which should soon be full. In Macau hotels and casinos are mushrooming everywhere in particular on Cotai Strip. The Hilton chain has been open about its ambitions and plans to open no less than 100 hotels in China over the next three years. So after the United States, China will be the Hilton group’s second largest market and the InterContinental Hotels group plans to aim for China over the coming years.
Macau is proving once more that gaming and entertainment are powerful economic stakes and American magnats have bet on this region to become rich. From Sheldon Adelson to Steve Wynn to Kirk Kerkorian, American billionaires having made their fortunes in casinos are rushing to Macau to open gaming establishments which are comparable to the majestic casinos in Las Vegas and Atlantic City.Macau has become in just a few years a must visit place for casino players. It must be mentioned that Macau is the only place in China which allows casino games. Tour operators specialise in trips to Macau and every year coaches transport millions of tourists who come to fulfil their passion for gaming in the ex-Portuguese colony.