Tue, 16 Jan 2018

Wharf Hotels Opens The Murray, Hong Kong

Wharf Hotels opened The Murray, Hong Kong, a Niccolo Hotel, on Monday.

 As one of eight historic landmarks under the Conserving Central initiative introduced by the Hong Kong government in 2013, The Murray is an inspiring piece of architecture holding almost 50 years of history, and a landmark building located in the heart of the city in Central, Hong Kong.

The Murray features 336 suites and guestrooms spanning 25 floors, offering some of the city’s most spacious  accommodation choices with over 75% at 50 square metres or larger.

The Murray Suite Living Room. Click to enlarge.

“We are delighted to announce the opening of The Murray, a new hospitality icon for not only Hong Kong, but our global community, and the flagship for the Niccolo brand,” said Jennifer Cronin, President, Wharf Hotels. “Niccolo Hotels was launched as a new luxury hotel concept with Niccolo Chengdu three years ago, where it soon became one of the leading hotels in the city, followed by Chongqing in September 2017 where Niccolo Chongqing is making its mark as a sky hotel. Niccolo’s Changsha and Suzhou will also open sky hotels in the next two years.”

For gourmands, The Murray will offer five restaurants and bars including a modern European restaurant - The Tai Pan; an elegant venue - the Garden Lounge; a Wall Street inspired bar in Murray Lane; a roof-top bar and restaurant - Popinjays, and the well-established Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant, Guo Fu Lou.

Complementing its banqueting expertise, The Murray will present over 1,900 square metres of meeting and event spaces.

The Murray will open its facilities, restaurants and bars progressively.

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