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September 21, 2021

Cyprus’ first integrated resort and the biggest in Europe

Melco's City of Dreams Mediterranean on track to open in Summer 2022

Melco's City of Dreams Mediterranean on track to open in Summer 2022
The development of the project is now available for viewing through aerial drone footage produced by City of Dreams Mediterranean.
Cyprus | 03/09/2021

The company said Monday that construction in Limassol is "progressing smoothly." A new video offers an overview of the IR’s exterior and surroundings reflecting the advancement of the main construction, along with renderings of the project upon completion.

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onstruction of Melco's City of Dreams Mediterranean, Cyprus’ first integrated resort (IR) and the biggest in Europe, is "progressing smoothly," with the IR being set to open in Limassol in Summer 2022.

Upon completion, the IR will feature a sixteen-storey, five-star hotel with more than 500 luxury guest rooms and suites, approximately 10,000 square meters of MICE space, an outdoor amphitheater, a family adventure park, and a variety of fine-dining outlets and luxury retail. Its interior design will be based on Melco’s international luxury standards, specifically customised for the Cyprus IR, while the exterior design will feature distinct Mediterranean influences.

The development of the project is now available for viewing through aerial drone footage produced by City of Dreams Mediterranean. The video offers an overview of the IR’s exterior and surroundings, reflecting the rapid advancement of the main construction, along with renderings of the project upon completion.

Grant Johnson, Property General Manager of City of Dreams Mediterranean and Cyprus Casinos, stated: “Construction work is progressing smoothly and even though the COVID-19 outbreak has impacted our original timeline, we remain committed to this ground-breaking project while staying focused on the delivery of the Melco standard of excellence. We aim to establish a unique destination, offering a premium entertainment experience to our guests while creating real value for the country’s economy and society."

"City of Dreams Mediterranean is set to enrich Cyprus’ tourism landscape, attracting an additional 300,000 visitors per year to the island. We are, therefore, confident that the project will contribute significantly towards combatting seasonality as well as creating thousands of job opportunities," Johnson concluded.

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