Melco international development’s €550 million city of dreams Mediterranean construction is of a great importance to the island’s tourism, deputy minister of tourism Savvas Peridos has stressed to the Cyprus Mail.
CEO of Melco Group while visiting the company’s Cyprus Casino Nicosia also known as C2 Nicosia said to the Casino Buzz that they discussed strategy and tourism in addition to objectives concerning the integrated casino resort.
Perdios stressed: “We Consider Melco as an important contributor to Cyprus tourism in establishing the island as a popular and must visit destination.
“Our goals are aligned and we will have a close cooperation in establishing Europe’s biggest casino resort and putting Cyprus on the global tourism map.”
He emphasised on the organisation commitment to its operations and ongoing construction on the Mediterranean island: “Cyprus has all the perquisites to enhance its reputation at its regional and global premier destination and emerge as a genuine point of reference for luxury tourism and responsible gaming.
Melco International is the biggest shareholders in its subsidiary Melco resort and Entertainment, the promoter of several of Macau’s leading casino resorts, City of Dreams and Studio City.
It’s gaming area is set to be installed with 36 tables and 1,200 gaming machines, with complex, also featuring a five star hotels with luxurious villas and 500 hotel rooms, 11 restaurants and cafeterias, a wellness centre and a sports centre.