Altira Macau

Altira Macau, formerly known as Crown Macau, is a resort and casino located at Taipa, Macau, China. The change of name were caused by the opening of Crown Towers Macau in June 2009 as part of the City of Dreams development. It contains 220 gaming tables, 500 gaming machines, and 216 guest rooms (previously known as Crown Casino). With 38 floors at a height of 160 meters, Altira Macau is the highest building in Taipa. It was built and is operated by Melco Crown Entertainment, a joint venture by Hong Kong-based Melco International Development Limited and Australian based Crown Limited. It opened on May 12, 2007, and James Packer was present for the opening ceremony.

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