“Tria Spa” opened today at MGM Macau offering a variety of treatments for wellness, vitality and beauty, according to a press release from the casino operator.
The spa will include a SoSound Therapy Lounge, allowing visitors to experience the latest in wellness technology. According to the press release, this is “the only place in Asia where this technology is available,” offering “vibrational oscillations” to create a “powerful and unique experience to displace tension and stress.”
Also on offer at Tria Spa is a sauna, a hammam (Turkish bath), vitality pool and equipped gym. During the warmer months, an area next to the spa at the hotel’s outdoor swimming pool will also be made available.
adega royale presents fine portuguese wines to hk, macau
With its extensive coverage of wines from South to North Portugal, Adega Royale Ltd has brought various fine wines to consumers in Hong Kong and Macau.
The appearance of winery owners and winemakers to support the company’s wine tasting event last month in the JW Marriot has given consumers an extensive knowledge of Portuguese wines.
In a statement, the wine company said they are not only focusing on traditional port wines, but a wide range of “still wines […] reds, whites and sparkling varieties, to increase people’s awareness of Portuguese wines.”
Adega Royale also brought a new collection from four famed regions of France: Champagne, Bordeaux, Rhône and Provence.
Moreover, 30 lucky draw winners were offered “A Unique Vintage Wine Encounter” in which to taste rare vintage wines from the 50s, 70s and 80s.
‘uber commute’ is next frontier for ceo kalanick
Amid resistance from European lawmakers, Uber Technologies Inc. founder Travis Kalanick called on local regulators to promote the financial incentives car owners could benefit from if they were to pick up a neighbor and share their ride to work.
“We can turn every car into a shared car – the next frontier is the Uber commute,” CEO Kalanick said yesterday at a conference in Brussels. “Is there a way that someone could pick up a neighbor on the way to work? We have the technology for it, but there are also regulatory frameworks we have to work with. Why can’t these folks get a little more incentive?”
Kalanick said he met with regulators at the European Commission earlier in the day to talk about how cities can solve problems like traffic, parking, and having too many cars on the roads.
“We’re making our case but also learning what it’s going to take to bring our kind of innovation to many cities here in Europe,” Kalanick said at the conference, organized by think tank Lisbon Council. “I got my first course in speaking European this morning at the European Commission.”