The Londoner Macao hotel has re-opened on what its owner, the Las Vegas Sands Corporation, calls “The Cotai Strip”, following an extensive redesign.

The company has reaffirmed its commitment to Macao and its economy, reportedly pledging to invest US$3.7bn (30.2bn patacas) in the city over the next decade.

Offering a global take on English style, tradition and hospitality, The Londoner Macao comprises five hotels – including the all-suite flagship, The Londoner Hotel, and Londoner Court – with a total of almost 6,000 rooms and suites.

On-site are three spas, four health clubs, more than 20 dining options, boutiques from 150 world-renowned brands and conference facilities, including the new 6,000-seat Londoner Arena. Feature pieces include reproductions of Big Ben and Piccadilly Circus.

With refurbishments and additions costing approximately US$2bn (16bn patacas), The Londoner Macao is connected to The Parisian Macao, The Venetian Macao and The Plaza Macao.

Las Vegas Sands CEO and chairman Robert G Goldstein commented: “We are excited to fully support the Macao government in its vision to develop a highly diversified tourism industry through event programming, enhancements to Macao’s reputation as a global city of gastronomy and an embrace of the city’s unique cultural heritage.”

Other hotels and casinos on the Cotai Strip include the MGM Cotai, Galaxy Macau and Wynn Palace.

According to GlobalData’s traveller demands and flows database, Macao is one of the largest source markets for China’s travel and tourism industry.