Sands Cotai Central is rapidly approaching becoming the third property in our portfolio to produce more than $1 billion of EBITDA per year and we look forward to it soon joining The Venetian Macao and Marina Bay Sands in Singapore with that distinction.
We welcomed over 4.5 million visitors to Sands Cotai Central during the quarter, as our investment in non-gaming amenities had contributing meaningfully to both the tourism appeal and financial success of the property.
Looking ahead in Macao, we look forward to generating growth in our Cotai Strip properties across all segments. As tens of billions of dollars of infrastructure investment in Macao, Guangdong Province and Southern China enable more people to more easily reach Macao. These infrastructure investments include the world's most expensive and extensive high speed rail system, a $10 billion bridge directly connecting Macao and Zhuhai with Hong Kong, and more than $20 billion of investments in the Special Economic Zone of Henquin Island, which is adjacent to Macao in Guangdong Province. It's actually adjacent to Cotai.
The infrastructure expansion will be capped off by the opening of the Hong Kong-Macao-Zhuhai bridge, which is currently scheduled for completion in 2016. The bridge will allow passengers arriving by plane at the Hong Kong International Airport to reach Macao in as little as 20 minutes, which is faster than the time it takes to reach Hong Kong. It's really a phenomenon.
How many cities get the opportunity to adopt and bring as close to your city as almost as close as the airport of your city, to bring in a substantial portion of Chinese residents that cannot get to Macao because of the size of the airport and the number of airlines servicing. They have over 100 airlines servicing Hong Kong.
So all you have to do is come out of the Hong Kong airport, where the side of the bridge is located on Lantau Island. Turn one way and you go to Macao in 20 minutes. You turn the other way, you go to Hong Kong in 45, that is, Hong Kong Island.
The Hong Kong International Airport served over 56 million passengers in 2012 and was the world's 12th busiest airport last year. The airport provides service to more than 100 airlines to more than 180 cities around the globe including 44 in mainland China.
If Macao was looking to attract many kinds of visitors than it has today, nobody could have picked a better situation as to be close to a full mature, major international. So in the future, Macao will be conveniently served by two airports, including one of the most important in the world not just one.
Now I want to turn to Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. We produced EBITDA $374 million this quarter, which was up over 43% compared to the $261 million we generated in the same quarter one year ago. Rolling volumes were stronger compared to the quarter last year, and we have 2.85% against that volume compared to 1.79% last year. In additional, our Hotel business reflected strong growth, with ADR increasing to $401 with occupancy approaching 100%. That means like between 99% and 100%.