The hotel is located in Macau, which is famously known as the ‘Las Vegas of Asia’ and aims to bring the essence of British spirit to the former Portuguese colony with its design and decor.
The Londoner boasts of 368 suites
David Beckham, the former footballer, has recently partnered with a luxury hotel in Macau, The Londoner, which opened its doors in February. The hotel is located in Macau, which is famously known as the ‘Las Vegas of Asia’ and aims to bring the essence of British spirit to the former Portuguese colony with its design and decor. The hotel’s interior is inspired by London landmarks, such as the gardens resembling those of Kensington Palace. The Londoner boasts of 368 suites, including 14 designed by David Beckham himself, which are adorned with portraits of him and pieces inspired by his legendary soccer career.
The rooms feature bespoke beds with sumptuously upholstered headboards, Chester sofas, and Victorian-style bathtubs. Upon arrival, guests are greeted by London cabs adorned with the British flag, and the hotel is filled with the music of ‘Top of the Pops’, featuring artists like Elton John, The Beatles, and the Spice Girls.
The hotel is filled with reproductions of London landmarks, including a full-scale Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain and sculptures of British icons, such as a gentleman in a bowler hat, a bottle of Beefeater gin, and a bust of William Shakespeare. The establishment also features a shoeshine service, and guests can enjoy typical English pub food in a restaurant named after former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. This partnership is the latest major project by David Beckham in China, where he is popularly known as ‘Xiao Bei’ or ‘Little Becks’. The collaboration has brought a piece of London to Macau, creating a unique experience for guests who can immerse themselves in British culture and style. The hotel is a luxurious tribute to all things British, and the attention to detail in its design makes it a standout destination in Macau.