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Fri, 8 Sept 2017

Wharf Hotels Opens Niccolo Chongqing

Wharf Hotels today expanded its portfolio of hotels in China with the opening of the Niccolo Chongqing.

 The 252-room hotel, a member of Global Hotel Alliance’s Ultratravel Collection, is located on levels 54 through 62 of Chongqing IFS, a new development that incorporates the hotel, high-end office space, residences and luxury retail.

Niccolo Chongqing is a 30-minute drive from Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport and has easy access to the metro station linking the rest of the city.

Grand Riverview Room at Niccolo Chongqing. Click to enlarge.

Rooms and suites are composed of natural textiles and leathers in subtle earth tones, carpeted floors and beautifully upholstered armchairs in a stylish to give a stylish, comfortable feel.

The hotel features a variety of different F&B outlets, meeting facilities, a gym, spa and a 20-metre Sky Pool surrounded by windows looking over Chongqing.

"I am excited to welcome our first guests who no doubt will be captains of industry and influencers in style, to whom I can personally introduce the Niccolo experience,” said Mr Giorgio Olivotti, General Manager, Niccolo Chongqing. “From our stunning, sky-high guestrooms and destination restaurants to our warm, intuitive hospitality, guests will rediscover luxury through Niccolo Chongqing.”

The first Niccolo Hotel opened in Chengdu in 2015. Following Chongqing's opening, the brand's new flagship hotel, The Murray, Hong Kong, a Niccolo Hotel, is scheduled to debut towards the end of 2017, followed by openings in Changsha and Suzhou in 2018 and 2019 respectively, bringing the brand's portfolio from 1 to 5 hotels within the next 24 months. 

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