Casino Lisboa (Macau)

Coordinates: 22°11′23″N 113°32′39″E / 22.189590°N 113.544039°E / 22.189590; 113.544039
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Hotel Lisboa
葡京娛樂場 (Yue Chinese)
Hotel Lisboa Macau logo
Hotel Lisboa is located in Macau
Hotel Lisboa
Location , Macau
Opening date1970
No. of rooms2,362
OwnerSociedade de Turismo e Diversões de Macau
Casino Lisboa
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese葡京娛樂場
Simplified Chinese葡京娱乐场
Literal meaningPortugal Capital Casino
Portuguese name
PortugueseCasino Lisboa

Casino Lisboa (lit.'Lisbon Casino', Chinese: 葡京娛樂場) is a hotel casino in , Macau, owned by the Sociedade de Turismo e Diversões de Macau (STDM).[1] This three-storey complex was built in late 1960s.[2]

The original casino and the 12-storey round hotel tower were built in 1970 by Stanley Ho, Teddy Yip, Yip Hon and Henry Fok. A 270-room extension was added in 1991 for a total of 927 rooms. In 2006, another extension, the Grand Lisboa, was built next to the current complex. Therefore, a total of 2,362 rooms are in place in Hotel Lisboa as of 2010. This expansion was partly done in competition with the newly opened Wynn Macau, located right next to the original Casino Lisboa.

Robuchon á Galera[edit]

Robuchon á Galera
Restaurant information
Established1 May 2001
Food typeFrench
Rating3 Michelin stars Michelin Guide 2008
Street address3/F, Casino Lisboa, Macau
CountryMacau, SAR China

Robuchon á Galera, owned by the late chef Joël Robuchon, has been awarded three stars by the Michelin Guide in 2008. Robuchon á Galera serves European cuisine such as roasted guinea fowl and foie gras from its à la carte menu.[3] The restaurant has since moved to the top floor of the Grand Lisboa hotel and has been renamed Robuchon au Dôme.[4]

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  1. ^ Cohen, Muhammad. "What Pansy Ho's Move On Former Macau Casino Leader SJM Really Means". Forbes. Retrieved 25 November 2020.
  2. ^ Bharne, Vinayak (2013). The Emerging Asian City: Concomitant Urbanities and Urbanisms. Routledge. p. 114. ISBN 978-0-415-52597-8.
  3. ^ Le-Min Lim. "Michelin Hong Kong Gives 3 Stars to 2 Restaurants". Bloomberg News. Archived from the original on 2012-10-23.
  4. ^ "Robuchon au Dôme, Grand Lisboa". Grand Lisboa. Archived from the original on 16 October 2016. Retrieved 24 July 2015.

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