Both properties are located within Phase II of the Galaxy Macau development, which boasts a range of leisure and entertainment options including premium shopping, restaurants, the Skytop Wave Pool and Rapids, and multi-functional meeting spaces.
JW Marriott Hotel Macau will serve as Asia's flagship hotel and features 1,015 bedrooms and suites, four restaurants, and more than 2,700sqm of meeting space including a pillar-less ballroom and a variety of multi-purpose function rooms.
It's sister property, the Ritz-Carlton Macau, houses 250 suites, 900sqm of event space, a spa, outdoor pool and restaurants overseen by Michelin-starred chefs.
Henry Lee, Greater China chief operations officer for Marriott International, said: "Marriott International sees unlimited potential in the future of Macau. The launch of JW Marriott Hotel Macau and The Ritz-Carlton, Macau with Galaxy Macau are long-term investments that will perfectly complement Macau's evolving tourist landscape.
"The region has undoubtedly changed significantly in recent years and we are seeing the city transform from a gaming destination to one with a more diverse range of entertainment and recreation options for guests of all ages."
Marriott International currently operates 177 hotels in Asia Pacific and the JW Marriott Hotel Macau marks the region's 29th JW Marriott property. By 2020, the JW Marriott brand is expected to have more than 50 properties in the Asia Pacific region.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company currently operates 88 hotels around the globe with The Ritz-Carlton, Macau being its 89th hotel. The brand is planning to double its footprint across Asia in the next five years.
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