Melco Crown Entertainment Limited announced yesterday that its Italian restaurant Aurora at Altira Macau, and its contemporary French restaurant The Tasting Room and Chinese culinary masterpiece Jade Dragon at City of Dreams Macau, have been named among Hong Kong and Macau’s best 100 dining establishments by the independent editorial panel of the South China Morning Post (SCMP). The accolades are the latest additions to a list which includes two Michelin star awards and eight Forbes Five-Star Awards recently received.
“In less than six months, Melco Crown Entertainment has been bestowed with a series of internationally-acclaimed awards, from Michelin star ratings, to Forbes Five-Star Awards, and now the SCMP 100 Top Tables for three of our signature restaurants. This industry-recognition demonstrates that our fine-dining establishments have continued to shine and deliver unparalleled service and a fascinating culinary experience like no other to their guests,” said Mr. Kristoffer Luczak, Senior Vice President of Food and Beverage, Melco Crown Entertainment Limited.
Sofitel Macau At Ponte 16 is presenting the 7th Inspired Wedding Fair at the Baccara Ballroom on the 6th floor on Sunday, 12 April. The hotel has just been named top Romance Hotel by the 2015 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice.
Together with the official media partner, Magazine & More, as well as its partners including Hong Kong celebrity gown designer Kev Yiu, JNC Macau Decoration, So SPA with L’Occitane and other wedding service providers, the Inspired Wedding Fair will showcase customized wedding gowns, venue decoration, wedding grooming, wedding photography, spa and beauty packages on 12 April.
Couples-to-be can also have a chance to win lucky draw prizes including honeymoon packages to popular destinations. Apart from the lucky draw, those who book wedding venue packages at Sofitel Macau on site will receive a 15% discount.
Sands China recently continued its support of Caritas Macau by encouraging team members to donate food March 16-17 throughout its properties.
A total of nearly 450 items were donated for delivery to Caritas Macau’s food banks. Team members went to various drop-off points at The Venetian Macao, Sands Cotai Central and Sands Macao to donate non-perishable food items such as noodles, canned food, biscuits, candy, rice and cooking oil, which will be distributed by Caritas Macau to underprivileged groups.
“We would like to express our gratitude to Sands China for supporting our food drive again this year,” said Paul Pun Chi Meng, Secretary-General of Caritas Macau. “The food collected by the Sands China team members will be put to good use by the users of our food banks in Macau.”