Suzhou has its government encouraging new industry and international investment from the US and Europe to earmark it as a city of growth opportunity and potential, with particular emphasis on the technology and artificial intelligence industries. Located in Jiangsu Province's prestigious Suzhou Industrial Park and in walking distance to the city’s International Convention Centre, Niccolo Suzhou is set to become a landmark icon in a city that welcomes travellers to its classical, landscaped gardens and entrepreneurs of the new economy, to its historical home.
Crowning the top floors of Suzhou International Finance Square (IFS), a Wharf (Holdings) Limited super tower, the 233 room Niccolo Hotel and fifth landmark to the group's collection of luxury hotel properties, will top the sky high edifice towering the city’s most highly prized address, its picturesque canals and Jinji Lake.
Suzhou IFS, designed by Kohn Pederson Fox, American based architects whose internationally recognised buildings include Roppingi Hills in Tokyo, Japan, super towers Lotte World Tower in Seoul, Korea, Shanghai World Financial Centre and International Commerce Centre in Hong Kong, will offer Suzhou a sky tower reminiscent of a glorious glass fishtail, symbolising longevity and prosperity for the 2,500 year old city.
Guests of the new Niccolo Suzhou will be welcomed to the world of Niccolo by Ambassadors and City Insiders at the hotel’s Sky Lobby perched 115 floors above the city, promising spectacular pieces of art and the brand’s signature restaurants and bars: Niccolo Kitchen, The Tea Lounge and BAR 115. Wellness Centre will flow throughout the 117th level of the hotel, with a Sky Pool and Sky Gym at Niccolo fully adorned and fitted for each guest's well-being.
“We are delighted to embark on our fifth Niccolo Hotel, this time in Suzhou. The growing footprint of our boutique collection and their successes, gives us more clout to be recognised as a serious luxury hotel contender, with personalised luxury and impeccable hospitality at the forefront of the guest experience”, said Dr Jennifer Cronin, President, Wharf Hotels.
Accessible by air to Shanghai Pudong and Hongqiao international airports, the city is well connected via high speed bullet trains to all major cities in China and Hong Kong.
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