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Which Fashion-Branded Hotel is Opening in Macau?

Where: Cotai, Macau, China
February 17, 2014 at 3:11 PM | by | ()

Just like hotels stacking a few different brands into urban skyscrapers,, multiple hotels combined into one massive resort seem to be a "thing" these days. We've seen it happening down in the Bahamas with Baha Mar hotel wonderland which will include Rosewood, Mondrian, Grand Hyatt and Melia hotels, along with the Baha Mar Resort and Casino. And now we will see it in Macau at Cotai with the Lisboa Palace which just recently broke ground. (It's opening next to Steve Wynn's new Wynn Palace.)

The destination, designed by firm WATG, will include the five-star Lisboa Palace with over 1,450 rooms, the Palazzo Versace Macau with up to 270 rooms and a "fashion-branded hotel", also with 270 rooms.

But what fashion brand could this be? Actually, the Palazzo Versace is from Donatella Versace and it will be a spin-off of her Gold Coast hotel. So the question really is--what other fashion-branded hotel could co-exist with Versace?

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Gin Drinks & Outdoor Movies At Palazzo Versace

Go To The Hotel's Web 
  Site Where: Sea World Drive, Main Beach, QLD, Australia, 4217
February 15, 2013 at 9:02 AM | by | ()

It's not too late enjoy the last few weeks of Summer in Australia, especially in the place where, it seems, the season shines. We're going to take you to Palazzo Versace in Gold Coast where they are holding onto every last bit of Summer with a Gin Palace and Open Air Movies for the rest of the season.

In the Aussie state that claims to have 'endless summer' it seems like no better reason to have a party and we're fine with that. The fashionista hotel celebrates the equally fashionable drink with a full menu of gin libations. Hosted in the lobby bar, Le Jardin is transformed into a gin palace featuring live music and summer-y cocktails based with the juniper-berry spirit. Every Saturday night, the lobby turns into a place for everything glam and super trendy—after all, it is Versace.

Few things pair as well as gin cocktails and classic cinema under the stars, so if you prefer a little more a more subdued evening, out in the super posh, Fountain Terrace, movie-buffs can sit back in a bean-bag chair or a private cabana and relax to various films. Guests are offered salted popcorn, chocolate top ice-cream and a signature slurpee for $30 per person. If you prefer a little more sustenance during the movie, you can pre-order a picnic-basket dinner for $45 per person.

[Photo: Palazzo Versace]

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Jaunted Tells Us Where to Find the World's Fashion Designer Hotels

May 5, 2010 at 12:55 PM | by | ()

Click the map icon at right for a Google Maps journey into all of the Fashion Designer Hotels

It seems like designers these days can't do without their own hotel; Fashion Hotels are the new perfume lines, or "it-bag," and with the opening of the first Armani Hotel, it looks like they're here to stay.

The past few years have brought us everything from a Missoni Hotel in Scotland to a Maison Moschino in Milan, but did you know that the Salvatore Ferragamo family owns several hotels in Italy? Or that designer Christian Lacroix put his touch on two Paris properties? Well, now you now! And you can find out even more about fashion hotels around the world over at our sister site Jaunted, where they've just compiled an Ultimate Guide to Fashion Designer Hotels, complete with a map.

Now that we've seen the complete list (until the next Missoni Hotel or Palazzo Versace opens), we'd love to stay in each and check them off. Which one would you most like to visit?

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Versace Dubai Gets a Website, Will Have Simulated "Scuba Lagoon"

March 13, 2009 at 11:01 AM | by | ()

It's been a while since we've heard anything from the infamous Versace Hotel in Dubai, which, upon completion in April 2010, will pamper its literally well-heeled guests with a refrigerated sand beach. Now that they have only slightly more than a year to go, the Palazzo Versace Dubai has launched a website, hired interior decorators and saved us the trouble of tripping to Dubai by posting their own construction photos to the site.

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