Hong Kong Tatler Weddings - - Contents -

The Mur­ray ho­tel has ev­ery­thing you need for a ro­man­tic wed­ding that your guests will re­mem­ber for days to come

Se­lect­ing a pic­ture-per­fect wed­ding venue for the cer­e­mony and evening re­cep­tion is one of the first—and big­gest—de­ci­sions a cou­ple can make. One ho­tel in Hong Kong is quickly be­com­ing a pop­u­lar choice due to its el­e­gant event spa­ces.

The Mur­ray, a con­tem­po­rary ur­ban sanc­tu­ary on the site of the for­mer Mur­ray Build­ing on Cot­ton Tree Drive, opened al­most a year ago and of­fers var­i­ous wed­ding pack­ages that will cover all the im­por­tant as­pects of the day, matched by a team of wed­ding plan­ners to as­sist cou­ples through the process.

There is a Wed­ding Solem­ni­sa­tion Pack­age for that spe­cial mo­ment when you and your fi­ancé say “I do”, and the cer­e­mony can take place at the in­ti­mate out­door Cot­ton Tree Ter­race or the semi-out­door The Arches, un­der one of the iconic ar­chi­tec­tural fea­tures of the build­ing. The pack­age also in­cludes use of the Bridal Room for you and your brides­maids, and free-flow wine and non-al­co­holic drinks, served with canapes, for the guests.

Af­ter the cer­e­mony, guests can make their way up to the Nic­colo Room on the 25th floor, which seats up to 240 peo­ple for a ban­quet. The ho­tel has put to­gether a wed­ding pack­age for the evening fes­tiv­i­ties as well, which in­cludes a chauf­feured limou­sine for up to three hours, gor­geous flo­ral cen­tre­pieces for ev­ery ta­ble and a choice of five Chi­nese ban­quet menus. The ball­room in­cludes an LED wall and plasma screen for videos or a gallery of images, and the ta­ble set­tings for the two head ta­bles are styled by Lane Craw­ford. You and your hus­band will be able to spend the night at the Ex­plorer Suite, with break­fast in bed the next day, and the ho­tel will also of­fer pref­er­en­tial rates for out-of-town guests.

The Mur­ray may only have been open for a year but it’s al­ready be­com­ing a top choice for cou­ples who want an el­e­gant, ef­fort­less wed­ding.

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