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The Murray (HK)
The Murray (HK)
The Murray (HK)

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  • Employees: 201-500
  • Industry: Hospitality
  • Headquarters: Hong Kong

What We Do

The Murray, Hong Kong is a high-profile preservation project designed by British international studio for architecture and integrated design Foster + Partners. Part of Hong Kong’s Conserving Central Project, the Hotel which was the stand-alone Murray Building is one of the city's most iconic landmarks. A member of Global Hotel Alliance’s Ultra-travel Collection, the contemporary sanctuary features 336 oversized rooms and suites spanning 25 floors. Other facilities include a stunning rooftop bar with breath-taking views of the central business district and the green oasis of Hong Kong Park, a series of signature restaurants and bars, as well as creative meeting and event spaces

Our Culture

We take pride in providing our associates a career in which they can excel. Our commitment to career enhancement is evident by the fact that each year the majority of the company’s management positions are filled by means of internal promotions and transfers. We support our associates internal cross exposure program through all our hotels as a way to acquire and develop new knowledge and skills in order to enhance their career development. Our goal of being the first choice for guests, associates, shareholders and business partners is dependent on us attracting and retaining the best people.

Why Work Here

Join the winning team!

Condé Nast Traveller’s ‘The Hot List 2018’

"Best New Hotels Around the world. "

National Geographic Traveller’s “Big Sleep awards 2018” - City Slicker

"This rewards the boldest, brightest and, in some cases, brilliantly brashest city hotel. This new kid on the block has bags of style and comfort, tailored to discerning urban travellers. We reveal the slickest addresses out there for city-bound tourists."

Smart Travel Asia, “Best in Travel Poll 2018”

Top 10 Luxury Hotel in Asia

TIME Magazine’s “World’s Greatest Places 2018” - Places to Stay

“… where it notes the architectural history and the redesign by Foster + Partners as well as the panoramic view of the Hong Kong skyline."

DestinAsian Magazine, “The Luxe List 2018”

Best New Hotels in the Asia-Pacific Region

Condé Nast Traveler’s “Readers’ Choice Awards 2018” - Top Hotels in China

Ranked #1 in Hong Kong with score of 97.98 and ranked #3 in China

Bloomberg​, "Best New Business Hotel in Asia 2018"

“The Murray in Hong Kong lets you get any kind of work done—without ever feeling corporate.”​​

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This contemporary urban sanctuary features 336 sophisticated spacious suites and guest-rooms across 25 storeys and five elegant dining destinations including a glamorous rooftop restaurant and bar with panoramic views. The hotel’s terraces around the arches, an architectural signature of the building also showcase views of the city, Hong Kong Park and Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens.

The Niccolo Room on the 25th floor adds to the list of the city’s most desirable event spaces for banquets, weddings and conferences with a capacity to seat 240 guests or receptions for up to 350. Additionally, there are seven smaller boardrooms all featuring natural light.

The Murray is dedicated to savvy business travellers, captains of industry, leaders in style and global entrepreneurs.

Built in 1969, the building has won multiple awards for ground-breaking and energy efficient design. Sir Norman Foster’s team at Foster+Partners has accepted the challenge to re-design the architectural and interior finishes and is now bringing this magnificent building to life as a celebration of the past and future.

The Murray (HK)
The Murray (HK)
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