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City of Dreams Manila exemplifies the best of the world in one place

City of Dreams Manila is a new integrated casino resort located at the gateway of Entertainment City. The resort combines electrifying entertainment, an array of accommodations, regional and international dining, together with designer brand shopping as well as a spacious and contemporary casino.

The dynamic and innovative resort complex, located on an approximately 6.2-hectare site, includes the ultimate in entertainment, hotel, retail and dining, and lifestyle experiences with aggregated gaming space, including VIP and mass-market gaming facilities.

City of Dreams Manila exemplifies the best of the world in one place, bringing together not just a fusion of world-class leisure, gaming and entertainment but also some of the best and brightest talents in architecture and design landscape.

City of Dreams Manila’s exterior design casts metallic hues by day and illuminates the metro by night. Its six hotel towers housing its three hotel brands—Crown, Nobu and Hyatt—are likened to stacks of gold bars.

Representing power, strength, wealth, warmth and happiness, the color gold is casted over the golden “Fortune Egg” that houses the Pangaea and Chaos nightclubs. Styled by Los Angeles’ AK Design firm, these nightspots are central to the entertainment scene of the complex.

Nestled at the center of the property is a landscaped garden that connects the hotels and their adjacent poolside amenities, and likewise serves as the venue’s outer public space. Guests at City of Dreams could take a leisurely stroll and witness awe-inspiring sunset vistas that cast a golden reflection around the property.

The Shops at the Boulevard is an area dedicated to retail and entertainment. Different restaurants and luxury boutiques line the gaming areas and the main ballroom.

Two distinct technological marvels are unique to this complex—the top of the Sirens Waterfall, a light installation designed to mimic the flow of water; and Synchronicity, dancing discs that hang from the ceiling, moving constantly to form different shapes.

Marvelous ceiling treatments and chandeliers in each of the property’s distinct areas make interesting features like the flute-like lighting in the Main Ballroom and the Crystal Lounge’s jaw-dropping chandeliers that look like gilded underwater creatures.

Various artworks by renowned artists are found throughout the property as well. Artfully executed floral arrangements are thoughtfully displaced in key areas to the delight of the guests.

Elevate to higher status

With the opening of City of Dreams Manila, the dining and hospitality scene in the city has been elevated to a higher status. This premier entertainment destination has distinct designs from Nobu’s chic, “fun-luxury” design to Crown Towers’ elegant and opulent aesthetic, to the Boulevard’s fun and inviting appeal.

The Crown Towers has a sophisticated lobby with rich textures and elegant tones. Singapore-based interior designer Michel Fiebrich applied his extensive expertise into the modern elegance of this hotel, including the other well-appointed spaces such as Crystal Lounge, Crown Spa and Gym, and hotel rooms and common areas.

Renowned New York-based designer David Rockwell and his Rockwell Group team designed the first Nobu Hotel in Las Vegas. Deriving inspiration from Nobu Restaurant and Nobu Hotel’s history and artistic approach to a contemporary Japanese experience, Rockwell delivers the same aesthetic to the Nobu Manila Lobby, Tea Lounge, guest rooms and common areas. Painted wall art designs are found throughout the hotel with murals of sakura or cherry blossoms, and chi or the flow of energy. On the other hand, C+A Clark & Associates designed the Nobu Spa and Gym.

Hyatt City of Dreams Manila has a warm and inviting space, with high ceilings and dramatic jellyfish-inspired lighting. The Café, a 24-hour buffet restaurant, centers on its open kitchen design with spacious seating.

The integrated resort features three distinctive entertainment venues, including Manila’s first branded Family Entertainment Center, a live performance central lounge inside the casino and a nightclub situated at the Fortune Egg, an architecturally unique, dome-like structure that is accented with creative exterior lighting design. It is expected to become an iconic landmark of the Manila Bay area.

– Tessa Prieto-Valdez, Philippine Daily Inquirer

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