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Marco Polo to Launch New Hotel Brand - Niccolo

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Marco Polo Hotels, the Hong Kong-based hotel management company of The Wharf (Holdings) Limited, has launch its first new brand since the hotel groups inception in 1986.

 The new luxury brand, Niccolo by Marco Polo, will be a collection of hotels to be opened in some of Chinas most highly prized addresses, before expanding beyond the borders of China.

The first Niccolo hotel will open in early 2015 within the newly opened International Finance Square (IFS) Chengdu in Chinas Sichuan province, with a further three Niccolo hotels already confirmed to open in Chongqing, Changsha and Suzhou.

 Mr Stephen Ng, Deputy Chairman and Managing Director of The Wharf (Holdings) Limited said, Late last year, Marco Polo Hotels announced our expansion plans across Asia Pacific. The launch of Niccolo by Marco Polo in Chengdu is an integral part of this growth strategy and evidence of our belief in the continued potential of business and leisure travel across the region. The current 12 months mark a significant milestone for our company, with the most hotel openings in a decade, including the newest success story, Marco Polo Ortigas, Manila opening on July 9th. In addition our spectacular Marco Polo Changzhou set in 19 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens opening in the third quarter of this year, and now our highly anticipated Niccolo Chengdu due to open in early 2015.

Located in the citys flagship high-end retailing landmark Chengdu IFS, the Niccolo Chengdu will feature 228 rooms and suites.

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