Playboy Club Macau opens this weekend

18th Nov 2010
Playboy Club Macau opens this weekend

Playboy has confirmed it will officially welcome guests to its new Playboy Club Macau this weekend.

Following the success of Playboy Club Las Vegas, Playboy is determined to elevate Macau beyond its status as a gaming centre and to pioneer its move into becoming a high-end entertainment destination.

The sophisticated entertainment and gaming venue will span 12,000 square feet and will offer stunning views of the city skyline.

Influenced by the original Playboy Club which was first launched in 1960, Playboy Club Macau - on the top floor of Sands Macau Hotel - has been designed to reflect the latest Asian trends in high-end entertainment.

“The opening of Playboy Clubs around the world proves the brand is more popular than ever before,” said Playboy founder Hugh Hefner.

“Seeing the Bunnies in a global market as important as Macau shows the Playboy Clubs are once again revolutionising nightlife.”

Playboy Club Macau will be situated at Sands Macau Hotel

Playboy Club

The Playboy Club has historically attracted high profile members and the most sought after entertainers of the time, and Macau will be no exception. 

Confirmed celebrity members, who are called Key Holders, presently include Lisa S, Michael Wong, Terrence Yin and Patricia Cheung, among others.

“We are thrilled to bring the Playboy brand to life in Macau with this dynamic new nightlife venue,” said Playboy Enterprises chief executive Scott Flanders.

“By partnering with Sands Macau, a world-class operator with proven success in the market, Playboy is offering residents and visitors alike a completely new entertainment and gaming experience.”

Sixties Feel

With Playboy inspired décor, the club will be reminiscent of the 1960s Playboy Clubs.

Guests will be able to enjoy high specification media rooms, live entertainment and private gaming.

“Macau is being positioned as the ‘entertainment hub of Asia,’ and the arrival of the Playboy Club in Macau will further strengthen this positioning,” said Edward Tracy, president of Sands China.

“Sands China is pleased to spearhead this effort by bringing a world class entertainment and lifestyle experience to Macau.”

Playboy Club Macau joins Playboy Club Las Vegas at The Palms Casino Resort and Playboy Club Cancun, as well as future properties in development in Miami and London.


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