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“It will not be just any other ho­tel; it is the preser­va­tion of one of the city’s most iconic land­marks.” The Murray Hong Kong’s gen­eral man­ager Dun­can Palmer couldn’t have said it bet­ter as the iconic build­ing trans­forms into the coun­try’s most opu­lent ho­tel. Housed in the iconic Murray Build­ing of the 60s, The Murray Hong Kong’s in­te­ri­ors were re­stored by award-win­ning stu­dio Fos­ter + Part­ners. Its 336 spa­cious rooms and suites (The Murray Suite alone mea­sures 275 square me­tres) now don a con­tem­po­rary glam­our that un­der­scores ar­ti­sanal crafts­man­ship and an un­der­stated el­e­gance brought by glass decors. The ho­tel of­fers City In­sid­ers, a Concierge that can make guests’ stay unique through their in­sider tips and unique des­ti­na­tions. There is no short­age of world-class din­ing ex­pe­ri­ences with five restau­rants and bars with dis­tinct cuisines, such as Guo Fu Lou, a renowned Can­tonese fine din­ing con­cept, as well as a rooftop bar with stun­ning views of the city’s sky­line. mar­copolo­ho­tels.com/en/nic­colo/ho­tels ESPA Qatar

Grand Room at the Murray Hong Kong

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