Our journey to date
New-look Atrium Bar
With its fresh new colour palette and eye-catching canopy of custom-designed feature lights, the Atrium bar has taken on a new look. Now, guests can grab a casual cocktail in a sophisticated setting that strikes just the right balance of openness and intimacy.
Mei Wei Dumplings
Designed by architecture and interior design firm Luchetti Krelle, Mei Wei Dumplings provides a contemporary take on the hawker lanes of Hong Kong. Guests can watch the chefs at work through a 2.6 metre viewing panel into the dumpling assembly area – the perfect way to whet the appetite! On the menu: over 50 unique options for dine-in or take away.
M&G Cafe and Bar
Making itself at home in the former Spinners area, M&G Café and Bar has been designed by Luchetti Krelle to complement the atrium area’s vibrant atmosphere. Natural textures and soft tones embrace the venue’s coastal setting, while the menu is brimming with tempting café-style fare. From morning coffees to evening drinks, M&G has you covered.
Outdoor Lighting Projection
Refurbished Executive Deluxe Rooms
Refurbished Superior Deluxe Rooms
Our newly unveiled Superior Deluxe Rooms combine classic luxury with stunning contemporary design. Guests can sit back against bespoke bedheads, bathe in L’Occitane products, and enjoy our signature range of luxurious bedding and pillows – exclusive to The Star Entertainment Group properties.
Garden Kitchen & Bar
Opened in December 2014, Cucina Vivo was inspired by cliff-top restaurants along the Amalfi Coast – featuring an outdoor terrace, relaxed atmosphere and authentic Italian menu. Guests are encouraged to celebrate a complete dining experience as they’re welcomed into the theatre of the kitchen, which comes complete with a two-metre long wood-fired oven manned by our very own Pizzaiolo.
Call 1800 074 344 for reservations!
Porte-cochere lighting installation
Technology meets art in a dazzling display on our porte-cochère – where an innovative new lighting installation has become an attraction in its own right. Made up of over 10,500 lights, this intricate display illuminates our tropical palm trees to create a huge natural 3D digital screen. Certainly worth a visit just to witness it in action!