Galaxy Macau has launched its new premium direct VIP Club, JinMen8.
Located on the 50th floor of the Ritz-Carlton hotel tower, JinMen8 VIP Club took three years to complete and comes at a cost of MOP$300 million. It boasts 18 tables split between five private rooms and an open floor area, with betting limits ranging from HK$1.5 million to HK$3 million.
“The addition of JinMen8 solidifies our position to offer our discerning VIP clients a new level of premium gaming,” said Galaxy Entertainment Group’s Senior Director of International Premium and Mass Market Development, Raymond Yap.
“Exclusive, bespoke and luxurious, JinMen8’s services, dining and ambiance are a testament to our commitment to provide quality and meet the desires of our best customers. We will continue to uphold Galaxy Macau’s Asian Heart signature offering by providing our distinguished guests luxurious and excellent services as well as innovative and top-quality entertainment experiences. Through this, we hope to continue to receive your valued support.”
According to Galaxy, JinMen8 is built around three main pillars – architecture, food and service – including a sky-high ceiling equivalent to the height of five floors and 200 service and dining staff representing a staff-to-customer ratio of 5 to 1. Dining choices cover five different cuisines and include Fook Lam Moon signature dishes plus tailor-made dishes from Michelin-star Chinese restaurant Lai Heen.
Other details include carefully managed room temperature and USB chargers under the gaming tables, while JinMen8’s exclusive services cover a dedicated service manager, limousine transfers and priority hotel suite and villa reservation.