The Landmark Macau started operation in November 2003 as the official hotel of the 50th Macau Grand Prix Golden Jubilee.The 23-storey hotel building is located in the city centre (just 10-minute walking distance and 15-minute driving distance apart from the Macau-HK Ferry Terminal and Macau International Airport) and close to most tourist attractions.The hotel features a 24-hour Pharaoh’s Palace Casino, a 24-hour Orbit Slot Machine and Gaming Lounge. It also has an indoor swimming pool, a spa centre, a fitness centre, a business centre, convenient guest services and free Wi-Fi.
Hong Kong-listed Macau Legend Development Limited has completed its 100 percent disposal of New Macau Landmark Management (NML), the company behind Landmark Macau. The company first entered into a disposal agreement for the casino in November last year, with a sale price of HK$4.6 billion (US$590 million) in cash. The buyers included four independent Macau […]
Hong Kong-listed Success Dragon says it has decided to cease its operations at Landmark Macau after recording a widened segment loss for the six months ended September 30, 2017. The company said that revenue from its Outsourced Business Process Management decreased 5.7 percent to HK$60.4 million, due mainly to poor performance in the Macau gaming […]
Macau Legend Development has entered into a disposal agreement for its entire equity interest in New Macau Landmark Management Ltd, the owner of The Landmark Macau casino and hotel. The sale price amounts to HK$4.6 billion (US$590 million) in cash. According to a company filing to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the buyers include four […]
Macau Legend Development Ltd has received a letter of intent from an “independent third party” for the sale of its Landmark Macau casino hotel, according to a filing to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The exact amount of the consideration for the hotel casino is yet to be negotiated by the parties. Macau Legend […]
Macau Legend Development reported a modest rise in revenue in the third quarter of 2016, according to its recent filing to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Total reported revenue increased by approximately 1.9 percent to HK$377.6 million in the quarter. Gaming revenue increased by 12 percent to approximately HK$257.1 million in the quarter, while non-gaming […]
Casino services firm Macau Legend Development Ltd has announced that the proposed sale of its Landmark Macau casino hotel to Wide Power Enterprises Ltd did not go ahead. The filing was made to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, which notes that the company had previously entered into a letter of intent in March this year […]