The Marina Bay Sands casino resort in Singapore, run by a subsidiary of United States-based gaming firm Las Vegas Sands Corp, is to open a new nightclub on the weekend of April 12 and 13, according to the property’s website.
Marquee Singapore (pictured in a rendering) is to have a Ferris wheel with a diameter of circa 70 feet (21.3 metres) inside the actual nightclub, according to the resort’s website. The venue will occupy a space formerly used by one of the two theatres in the casino resort designed to attract entertainment shows.
The Marquee name is a brand of the United States-based Tao Group, which operates nightclubs and other venues in a variety of markets, including the casino hub of Las Vegas, Nevada, and in Los Angeles California, and Sydney, Australia. In January last year, the company opened a LAVO Italian restaurant and rooftop bar in Marina Bay Sands.
According to Marquee Singapore’s own website, the first Marquee Nightclub was opened in New York City in 2003. That was followed by a Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan, a casino hotel in Las Vegas; and a Marquee Nightclub at The Star, in Sydney, a casino resort operated by The Star Entertainment Group Ltd.
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