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Rebranding24 February 2020

Marco Polo Prince Hotel

Prince Hotel To Undergo Major Renovation Rebuilding For The Future Starts Now

Scheduled for Q3 2021

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Prince Hotel, located on Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, will close today for a major renovation that is expected to take 15 months to complete. A favourite hotel for global business and leisure travellers since 1984, Prince Hotel will be refreshed with new bedroom and bathroom furnishings and fixtures, a new Continental Club Lounge, as well as a new dining concept that celebrates the best of local and international cuisines. The hotel will reopen in Q3 2021 as Marco Polo Prince Hotel, and reflect the new contemporary elements that will enhance this well-known regional brand.

The contract for Phase 1 of the renovation was awarded in December 2019. The abnormal market outlook has caused management to rethink the benefits of a full closure to enable Phase 2 to be accelerated to achieve overall downtime and cost benefits. While this decision could have resulted in major staff reductions, no jobs will be lost as a result of the full closure. The key priority is to protect jobs and create a sustainable long term business future for the cluster of three Marco Polo Hotels, namely Prince Hotel, Gateway Hotel and Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel.

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Marco Polo

Marco Polo Hotels is wholly-owned subsidiary of The Wharf (Holdings) Ltd; a Hong Kong-listed company with core business interests in property and investments in communications and container-terminal operations.
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Wharf Hotels

Emanating the spirit of discovery, Wharf Hotels, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Wharf (Holdings) Ltd, is based in Hong Kong and currently operates 17 owned or managed hotels under Niccolo or Marco Polo Hotels in Hong Kong, China and the Philippines.
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