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by TERESA CHOW on Nov 4, 2010 in Interiors , Lifestyle
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Combining contemporary design with old world charisma, Macau’s Paiza Mansions offer well-heeled travellers the chance to experience the billionaire lifestyle

The liberalisation of Macau’s gaming industry in 2001 prompted significant growth in investment and saw the blossoming of the tourism sector. With more worldwide hospitality giants lured to this rising star of the Greater Pearl River Delta, the Plaza Macao has set its sights on redefining the concept of luxury living. I am confident in saying that the Plaza Macao is the only luxury boutique resort in Macau that can offer European affluence matched with superior recognition and attentiveness,’ says Andrew Billany, vice-president of operations of the Plaza Macao.

Strategically situated in the heart of the Cotai Strip and next to the Venetian, the Plaza comprises the Paiza Mansions, the Four Seasons Macao, Plaza Casino, Shoppers at Four Seasons and an array of award-winning restaurants and bars – all under one roof.

With wealthy Chinese travellers expecting high standards of international hospitality for business or leisure, the Plaza Macao is dedicated to providing professional service at every touch point, and to create a tailored experience. Part of the Plaza Macao, the Paiza Mansions provide exclusive luxury serviced accommodation designed to cater to the most demanding of guests.

‘Luxury is about being surprised. It is having someone anticipate my every need – providing me with a handkerchief before I know I’m going to sneeze, for example,’ says Billany. ‘Affluent consumers, Chinese guests in particular in this part of the world, know what makes a good destination and know what good service entails – and are willing to pay for it. As a result, from the décor and mansion layout, Paiza aims to exceed expectations.’

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