Each room in this hotel cost over US$7million to build

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Louis XIII Holdings Limited has announced that it is officially naming its Macau hotel “THE 13”. We’ve managed to get a hold of the first images of the interiors. The hotel was first announced in 2013 and will arguably be the most luxurious hotel ever built, expected to open in late summer 2016 at a cost of over US$7 million per room. The images here from THE 13 are of the Villa du Comte; the hotel's entry-level accommodations. Of the all-villa hotel’s 200 rooms (villas are large suites in Macanese parlance), most will be Villa du Comte with a gross floor area of approximately 2,000 square feet while 31 are even larger, topping out at a monumental 30,000 square feet for the Villa de Stephen.

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Virtually every design detail in the hotel is bespoke and created specially for THE 13. Everything from the elaborately detailed Baroque scrollwork, to the sculptures, to the fabrics, to the wall coverings, to the furniture, to the tableware, to the Rolls-Royce Phantoms were created by Stephen Hung, Co-Chairman of Louis XIII Holdings Limited, as well as THE 13’s talented team of designers.

“This was a labor of love,” said Stephen. “The team and I put every ounce of creativity and passion we had into this project to ensure every detail was perfect. Our guests, I believe, will find the result truly remarkable and beyond anything they have previously experienced.”

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The Villa du Comte is a split-level, one-bedroom villa with the following features:

  Private Elevator Lobby: To ensure the ultimate in privacy, all guests access their villas via elevators which open directly into the villa’s private elevator lobby, like a New York style penthouse.
  Butler Service: Every villa is supported by 24-hour butler service from THE 13’s team of majordome, trained by world famous MCM Palace Consultants and certified by the English Guild of Butlers.
 Spectacular Décor: The décor combines spectacular floor to ceiling baroque details and period artworks contrasted with surprising modern elements woven together through exceptional craftsmanship to create an environment of unparalleled romance, elegance and luxury.
  Roman Bath: 6-8 guests can relax in the Villa du Comte’s ornate marble Roman Bath beautifully presented under a vaulted baroque ceiling supported by neo-classical columns and lit by a spectacular crystal chandelier. When not in use, the Roman Bath is covered by a retractable marble floor.
  Stained-Glass and Marble Bathroom: Guests bathe under art covered ceilings lit by standing candelabra. A rain shower and electric bidet toilet are hidden behind a floor to ceiling stained-glass façade.
  Royal Bedroom: The villa bedroom features a velvet-canopied, king-size bed with an elaborately carved and gilded Baroque headboard in the royal tradition.
  Diamond Series Furniture: To complement the Baroque setting, Hung created, together with leading artisans, a glittering series of faceted chrome furniture for the living room, bedroom and bathroom.
  Rolls-Royce Transportation: On arrival and departure, all hotel guests receive complimentary transfer to and from Macau transportation hubs via THE 13’s fleet of bespoke, red, extended wheel base Rolls-Royce Phantoms.

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