Hotel Spotlights

Discover China with Niccolo Hotels

by Eva Zhu

Niccolo Hotels takes its name from Niccolò Polo, Marco Polo’s father, whose adventures connected the East to the West. Embodying this same spirit of discovery, the brand invites travelers to discover and rediscover luxury experiences in its hotels across China. We feature three in our collection, each with modern, forward design in the most desired locations.

The Murray, Hong Kong Exterior Aerial View with Garden

The Murray, Hong Kong, A Niccolo Hotel

With a recent opening in January 2018, The Murray, Hong Kong is the newest addition to the city’s luxury hotel scene. True to the brand, it enjoys a prime location on the legendary Cotton Tree Drive, offering views of the city, Hong Kong Park, and the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens. The energy efficient design, including the use of natural light in every spacious guest room, has already earned the hotel multiple awards. And the crown on this jewel is its breathtaking rooftop restaurant.

Niccolo Chongqing Grande Deluxe Room with corner floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the city and tops of buildings

Niccolo Chongqing

Occupying floors 52 to 62 in Tower 1 of Chongqing’s International Finance Square (IFS), Niccolo Chongqing holds its place as Chongqing’s highest hotel. Sky-high living is naturally the theme here; all 252 rooms and suites offer sweeping views of the metropolis, mountains and rivers. The panorama extends throughout the hotel, including at the Niccolo Kitchen on the top floor and at the Sky Spa and Sky Pool. Wherever you go, there’s a view.

Niccolo Chengdu spacious tea lounge lobby with tall windows Niccolo Chengdu bathroom with free standing bathtub

Niccolo Chengdu

In Chengdu‘s IFS, Niccolo Chengdu holds a strategic location where the business and fashion worlds intersect. The fashion-inspired interiors are the creation of leading designers. Natural textiles and earth tones bring an understated elegance, which is paired with ample light and views from the floor-to-ceiling windows. The hotel is also home to distinct restaurants, showcasing global and Asian cuisine, and a 20-meter indoor pool.