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Marriott International Expands Presence in Hong Kong with Debut of The Park Lane Hong Kong

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Marriott International, Inc. has inked an agreement with Victoria Park Hotels Ltd. to introduce The Park Lane Hong Kong, Autograph Collection by early 2025. This addition to Autograph Collection Hotels’ global portfolio of over 300 independent properties promises a unique blend of heartfelt design and hospitality.

Yibing Mao, President of Greater China at Marriott International, expressed excitement about the collaboration with Victoria Park Hotels to introduce Autograph Collection Hotels to Hong Kong, further solidifying Marriott’s commitment to expanding its footprint in this iconic international destination.

CEO of Victoria Park Hotels, Charles Chan, echoed the sentiment, stating that joining the Autograph Collection brand perfectly aligns with The Park Lane Hong Kong’s 50-year legacy in the city, leveraging the brand’s global distribution and loyalty strength.

Situated on Gloucester Road in Causeway Bay, The Park Lane Hong Kong offers easy access to Victoria Park and is within walking distance to Causeway Bay Metro Station and major corporate venues like Lee Garden and World Trade Center. The hotel’s strategic location also places it minutes away from the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, Central Business District, and Hong Kong International Airport.

The 28-story mixed-use development will feature 820 guest rooms, an executive lounge, three distinctive dining venues, over 1,700 square meters of event spaces, and recreational facilities. Some guest rooms will offer stunning views of Victoria Harbour or the city skyline.

Autograph Collection Hotels are known for their individuality and immersive experiences, fitting seamlessly into Marriott Bonvoy’s extensive portfolio of over 30 hotel brands.

Marriott International presently operates 13 hotels in Hong Kong across 10 distinct brands, including The Ritz-Carlton, St. Regis, W Hotels, JW Marriott, and more.

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