A $4.1 billion luxury hotel that features an artificial lake, gondolas, a Jeff Koons art installation and rooms dripping in crystal has finally opened its doors in Macau, China.

After six years of development, delays, and a cloud of uncertainty, the floral-themed Wynn Palace Cotai ― one of the most anticipated luxury hotel openings of the year ― has been unveiled in the casino capital of the world.

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Themed around flowers, the property features 1,700 rooms and large-scale floral displays including a Ferris wheel studded with 103,000 flowers by floral designer Preston Bailey.

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Air-conditioned “SkyCabs” ferry guests across the eight-acre lake straight into the resort, which likewise features a collection of rare and contemporary art, including a bouquet of tulips à la Jeff Koons.

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Designed with the high roller in mind, the hotel features the largest spa in Macau and an extravagant menu that includes facials using crushed diamonds and gold-leaf.

Top-tier Garden Villas span up to 8,000 square feet and feature outdoor gardens, swimming pools, grand pianos, 24-hour butler service and two to three master suites.

Amenities are by Molton Brown, and audio systems by Bang & Olufsen.

Guests also have about a dozen dining options, including ramen from the world’s only Michelin-starred ramen chef Yuki Onishi, who designed the menu.

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Wynn Palace opened August 22 and is the company’s second integrated resort property in Macau, after Wynn Macau, which opened in 2006.