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City of Dreams

City of Dreams Review

The underwater theme is immediately apparent, with giant screens flashing images of mermaids swimming to and fro. Cotai's glitzy entertainment complex boasts a 420,000-square-foot casino with 400 gaming tables and 1,300 gaming machines, and more than 20 cafés, restaurants, and bars. Kids will love the free multimedia show "Dragon's Treasure," as well as the Kids' City playground. "House of Dancing Water," an aquatic-based spectacle that cost HK$2 billion to mount, is the main event. Once you're tired out, you can elect to stay at one of the three attached hotels: Grand Hyatt, Hard Rock Hotel, and Crown Towers.

Updated: 01-21-2013

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