Zipline and indoor skydiving set to fly at Lisboeta from 17 July onwards
Some shopping options will also be on offer at the Cotai complex, whose accommodation is currently being used as a quarantine hotel.
Lisboeta Macau, which is currently being used as a quarantine hotel, is due to launch two unique, high-adrenaline attractions next month.
A 270-kph indoor skydiving experience and a 388-metre zipline promise thrills aplenty once they open on 17 July.
The Lisboeta, a non-casino hotel next to the Grand Lisboa Palace on Cotai, is owned by Angela Leong and operated by Macau Theme Park and Resort (MTPR).
Some retail outlets, including a night market, are also set to start operations, according to MTPR director Connie Kong.
“We will still be supporting the government to operate the optional medical observation hotel, while the attraction facilities are independent from the hotel tower, so visitors can enjoy the facilities,” said Kong.
The Lisboeta is run on a day-to-day basis by Arnaldo Ho, the youngest son of Angela Leong and Stanley Ho. The complex is spread over 141,000 square meters and is distinguished by architecture inspired by local icons such as Macau’s first casino, Hotel Estoril, the floating casino Macau Palace and city streets of yesteryear.
Once complete it will offer a total of 820 rooms, with 574 rooms at Lisboeta, 164 at Maison L’Occitane and 82 at Casa de Amigo.