MGM Cotai is located on the Cotai Strip near Macau.Cotai is a strip of reclaimed land between the Coloane islands and Tapai, “Co-Tai”. Thedevelopment broke ground in February 2013, and opened its doors on Feb. 13, 2018, after numerous setbacks and delays.The design of the35-story, $3.4 billion resort is inspired and meant torepresent the jewelry box of Cotai. Guests will find the property features more than 300 contemporary Asian paintings and sculptures, as well as 28 Chinese imperial carpets that date back to the Qing Dynasty and that once adorned the Forbidden City in Beijing. In addition to a casino, which features approximately 175 table games and 1,500 slot machines, the property offers 1,390 guestrooms and suites, whichincludes 1,248 standard rooms, 99 suites, 16 Skyloftsand 27 Mansion Villas. Other amenities include 300,000 square feet of meeting and convention space including a 9,000 square foot pillar-free ballroom that can accommodate up to 1,000 people and the $100 million MGM theater, which can accommodate 2,000 people in 10 different configurations. Located on the33rd and 35th floors, the propertys Sky Lounge provides a meeting place for residents of the Skylofts. Guests will also enjoy a high-end spa, which features male, female and VIP feature pools along with thermal experiences suchas Saltstone Saunas, Herbal Steam Rooms, various themed and feature showers and specialist so-called Spa Heaven facilities incorporatedwithin the treatment rooms. Additionally, there are 50,000 square feet of more than 35 upscale retail outlets spanning from the main property entrance, on through The Spectacle, all the way to the luxurious Emerald Lobby, along with various food and beverage options including four celebrity chef-infused restaurants:Grill 58 Degreesby Mauro Colagreco;Aji, Macaus first Nikkei restaurant, by Mitsuharu Taumura;Coast, by Graham Elliot of Top Chef fame; andJanice Wong MGM, a pastry shop, along withfive other dining/drinking establishments. The centerpiece of MGM Cotai`s entertainmentofferings is The Spectacle, which is billed as the worlds largest display of permanent LED video screens where visitors can view the digital art designed by artists such asJoel Sartore, Magda Indigo, Garth Williams, Rob Kesseler and Wolfgang Stuppy. The technology is complemented by the worlds largest art garden, called Natures Art, which has upwards of 100,000 plants and 2,000 plant species, including 200 different types of orchids, most native to Hong Kong and Macau. The property should not be confused with theMGM Grand Casino Macau. Both are owned byMGM China Holdings Limited (HKEx: 2282), majority owned (51%) byMGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM).