Morpheus Hotel became the newest player in Macau’s glittering gambling and resort scene.
The 40-story luxury hotel dubbed the world’s first free-form, exoskeletal high-rise that houses two Alain Ducasse restaurants and a Pierre Hermé bakery.
Named after the God of Dreams, the hotel also stands as one of the final living legacies of the late architect Zaha Hadid.
The 772 guest rooms, suites and villas are equiped with Hermès and Acqua Di Parma bathroom amenities.
The rooftop skypool, 130 meters above ground, also offers guests sweeping views of the city.
For its dining options, developers tapped the star power of Alain Ducasse and Pierre Hermé, titans in French gastronomy.
On the 23rd floor, the hotel also houses an art gallery filled with contemporary art.
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