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Niccolo Polo Hotel

by Simon Yuen on Oct 22, 2015 in Interiors
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The recently completed Niccolo Polo Hotel features sophisticated design by LWK & Partners

Developed by The Wharf (Holdings) Limited, Niccolo Polo Hotel at Chengdu IFS, offers 230 guestrooms including 3 suites over 17 floors. With a site area of 54,900 sq-m, the project is composed of two office towers, one serviced apartment tower and one hotel and office mixed-use tower on top of a commercial podium consisting of 7 storeys on the ground as well as a 2-storeys basement.

A two-storey height glass box highlights the hotel entrance and the lounge area of the hotel for guests upon entry. To create a chic ambience with elegance, rooms feature natural textiles and leathers in earth tones. Also, large windows allow natural light to pour into the rooms during the day.

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A grand ceremonial hall is on the 8th floor, surrounded by glass panes in oval shapes, overlooking a sculpture garden on the 7th floor.

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The hotel offers a wide variety of dining venues and recreational facilities, such as western all-day dining area, Chinese restaurant, bar area, swimming pool, gymnasium, karaoke rooms and conference rooms.

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