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Marriott Signs Luxury Brand in Hong Kong

by Nicole Quaste

Feb 28, 2018
eFlyer News

A new luxury brand will arrive in Hong Kong in early 2019.

Marriott International has nine properties in Hong Kong, but, until a recent agreement between China Resources Property and St. Regis Hotels & Resorts, the luxury brand was not on that list.

“Hong Kong is a bustling centre of commerce with an incredible mix of glamour, culture, history and tradition. This vibrancy makes it an ideal destination for St. Regis,” said Lisa Holladay, vice president and global brand leader, St. Regis Hotels & Resorts. “With its excellent location, impeccable service, and refined elegance, we look forward to offering guests an exquisite experience in one of the world’s most exciting cities.”

Located in historic Wan Chai, the new St. Regis Hong Kong will be within walking distance of great shopping venues, the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and Victoria Harbour.

The hotel will offer 129 guest suites, many of which will offer views across the harbour and Kowloon Bay; the brand’s signature butler service; signature Chinese and French restaurants; an open-air terrace; and other luxurious amenities.

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