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Marco Polo Hotels signs Hotel Representation Australia

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Hotel Representation Australia (HRA) has signed Hong Kong-based Marco Polo Hotels group, a dynamic company which currently consists of a total of nine hotels in Hong Kong, China and the Philippines.

Marco Polo has three hotels in Hong Kong - The Hong Kong Prince, The Gateway and the Marco Polo Hongkong. All of these hotels are conveniently located in Kowloon and are connected to Harbour City, Hong Kongs largest shopping complex and the Star ferry terminal. The hotels are all in close proximity to each other and share amenities.

The group also has four hotels in Mainland China Marco Polo Beijing, Marco Polo Xiamen, Marco Polo Wuhan and Marco Polo Shenzhen.

The Marco Polo Beijing is within a kilometre of the Olympic Park and 20 minutes from Beijing Intl Airport. Marco Polo Shenzhen is in the heart of the Futian Central Business District and 25 minutes from the Airport. Marco Polo Xiamen is 15 minutes from Xiamen Intl Airport and only 5 minutes from the Xiamen Port. Marco Polo Wuhan is 30 minutes from Wuhan airport and close proximity to Wuhans business district.

Marco Polos two hotels in the Philippines, are located in Cebu and Davao, both popular beach destinations. The Cebu property is in the prestigious Nivel Hills district, central to the business and commercial centre of Cebu, and only 25 minutes from Mactan Intl airport. Marco Polo Davao is in the economic hub of Mindanao Island within Davaos business district. 

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