Niccolo Hotels in Hong Kong
Niccolo Hotels is taking its place among the great hotel brands in China. Big name companies like Shangri-La, Mandarin Oriental and Peninsula will have their eyes on this relative newcomer to the region, which opened its third hotel in China in January of this year. The Murray, located on Hong Kong’s glamourous Cotton Tree Drive, is at the frontline of cutting edge business hotels in the region, and for good reason. It is situated opposite Hong Kong Park and the botanical gardens, and just a stone’s throw from big business offices such as Goldman Sachs. This intersection of business and pleasure is the perfect recipe for success, and the hotel is located in a former office building. The 25 storey tower is a modernist masterpiece that had its heyday in the 1960’s, but now takes on new life as one of Hong Kong’s premier business hotels.
Catering to the business traveler’s needs
The $1bn renovation of the tower means that The Murray delivers all of the necessary requirements to the modern business traveler, without the soullessness of a typical corporate hotel. The 336 generous hotel rooms and suites welcome visitors with a blend of leather, natural stone and calming textiles that create a relaxing environment away from the chaos of the city. The rooms are kitted out with smart technology, allowing visitors to be connected at all times. The common areas and lobby are also perfect for working, with power outlets in abundance and an array of different spaces to set up your laptop for a few hours and do some casual work. For more formal occasions, The Murray has a wide range of meeting rooms, conference facilities and event spaces, including seven stylish boardrooms that are designed to impress clients.
F&B and wellness
Always important for travelers who are on the move in a work capacity are reliable and delicious restaurants for client breakfasts, lunches and dinners, and wellness, gym and spa facilities to keep that hard-fought routine going while away on business. The Murray has taken care of all this for its guests, and its five gourmet restaurants cater to travelers from all over the world, and provide an ample breakfast buffet to fuel you throughout the morning. The garden terrace and Garden Lounge provide spaces to relax with a drink after a hard day’s work, and the state of the art spa and wellness amenities give guests the opportunity to consult with a nutritionist, swim in the vitality pools and take some exercise classes to prevent you feeling sluggish.
Let’s take a look at a few projects currently underway by Niccolo by Marco Polo:
Suzhou IFS is a 450-metre landmark commercial development located in the CBD overlooking Jinji Lake …[READ MORE][/cq_vc_colorblock]
Locates on the Changsha IFS, upon completion, the skyscraper will be the highest one in Changsha …[READ MORE][/cq_vc_colorblock]