In a press release related to their acceptance of the delivery of 30 bespoke Rolls Royce vehicles on Sept 28, 2016 – The 13 mentioned the hotel would not be opening until early 2017. No reason was given for the possible delay.
After moving ahead of schedule with construction, the management team of Louis XIII Holdings Ltd has announced their new casino property will be opening in the south Cotai area of Macau in 2016. Setting a date of July 1st, the new boutique casino property will now have a set date thanks to construction moving slightly ahead of the planned schedule.
The firm had stated previously that the new casino would open in the summer of 2016 but no set date had been given. The new date was announced during the recent Daiwa Consumer and Gaming Conference which took place in Hong Kong. The project is now one to two weeks ahead of schedule.
As the construction continues, it is still unknown as to who will be supplying the gaming license as well as how many table games will be offered on the property. The property will be operating under a service agreement which will be using the rights of casino concessionaires already in existence.
Louis XIII broke ground on May 1, 2013 on what promises to be Macau’s first domestic, luxury lifestyle brand. The property is located on the Cotai Strip next to Oasis One. Attending the gala celebration was Special Advisor, HRH Princess Tania de Bourbon Parme – a designer and descendant of Louis XIII.
Hong Kong entrepreneur and Louis XIII Holdings Ltd owner, Stephen Hung made news late last year when he placed the largest single order in Rolls Royce history. Thirty bespoke, extended wheel-base Phantoms were to be acquired for a price of $20 million to service guests of the new property.