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This luxury hotel is located in the heart of Central, Hong Kong along legendary Cotton Tree Drive. The area is the heart of Hong Kong’s business and retail district and is brimming with energy. The hotel is nestled beside Hong Kong Park, as well as the Hong Kong Botanical and Zoological Gardens. With its central location, the Murray offers exceptional views of the city and Victoria Peak, or as locals call it, The Peak. The hotel is also just steps or a short ride away from some of Hong Kong’s most alluring attractions including Victoria Harbor, PMQ, Market, and the Peak Tram Terminal.

Nearest Airport

The Murray Hong Kong is located 25 miles from Hong Kong International Airport.

Hotel Address

22 Cotton Tree Drive, Hong Kong

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