The hotel at the heart of Resorts World Birmingham
Genting UK own and operate Resorts World Birmingham and is a part of the global leisure business, the Genting Group, headquartered in Malaysia. The company has, in its fifty year history, built up a reputation for creating and operating leisure and entertainment experiences across Asia and the US. This equates to 4.500 hectares of prime resort real estate. Employing 35,000 people across the world, the company has a market capitalisation of $33.5 billion.
Resorts World Birmingham is Genting’s first leisure destination to open in Europe and joins a family of other Resorts World complexes located around the world including in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Manila, New York and soon to launch in Las Vegas.
Genting UK is one of the leading gaming and leisure operators in the UK with a respected and established reputation for operating casinos across the UK. Over forty casinos are operated by the company located from Edinburgh to Plymouth under two brands Genting Casino and Genting Club.
In London, Genting UK is the capital’s leading casino operator with five locations catering for all levels of the gaming market. This includes the flagship, Crockfords, located in the heart of Mayfair and is recognised as the world’s oldest private members gaming club. Other casinos include the Colony Club, Maxims Casino Club, The Palm Beach and Cromwell Mint.
Genting UK is continuing to develop its business in the UK and that includes a multi million pound deal to be the named sponsor of the Genting Arena. One of the country’s leading venues for entertainment and host to some of the world’s biggest stars and shows - the Genting Arena is adjacent to Resorts World Birmingham.
The opening of Resorts World Birmingham with a direct investment of £150m has demonstrated the company’s commitment to transforming the way leisure and entertainment is experienced in the UK by utilising the Genting Group’s knowledge and skill in creating some of the most successful and visited leisure resorts in the world.