Photo courtesy of Rolls-Royce.

Photo courtesy of Rolls-Royce.

Hong Kong entrepreneur Stephen Hung purchased 30 Bespoke Extended Wheelbase Phantoms for his Louis XIII hotel in Macau, the largest order Rolls-Royce has ever received.

Within Hung’s order of 30 vehicles, was the most expensive two Rolls-Royce Phantoms ever commissioned. Louis XIII Holdings Ltd. said it will pay the luxury car company a $2 million deposit, $3 million more by the end of the year and $15 million when the cars are delivered in 2016.

Each one of the luxury cars has been extensively customized by Rolls-Royce Bespoke design team at the home of the company in West Sussex, England. One of the custom features for the fleet are the designer clocks within the cars from Graff Luxury Watches. The two most expensive Phantoms will additionally feature external and internal gold-plated accents.

Hung and Rolls-Royce executives signed the deal Tuesday at the Goodwood factory in England.  

The extravagant hotel located in the world’s most lucrative gambling market is scheduled to open in the first half of 2016. Rolls-Royce will train each one of the hotel’s chauffeurs from Macau how to drive and handle the vehicles.

Louis XIII Holdings Ltd. designed the hotel in homage to French King, Louis XIII. The company even brought on a direct descendent of King Louis XIII, Princess Tania de Bourbon Parme to assist the design team in the creative direction of the hotel.

Hung has been the Joint Chairman of the Company since 2013. He has more than 30 years of experience in the finance and investment industry. He is the Chairman of Falloncroft, Chairman of the Taipan Investment Group and the Vice Chairman of Rio Entertainment Group, which operates the Rio Hotel and Casino through its affiliates in Macau.