Suite Temptations at Niccolo Hotels

Sky-high views and big discounts await guests in four major Chinese cities this season.

Relaxing in a Sky suite at Niccolo Chongqing. (All photos courtesy of Niccolo Hotels)

Mainland China–based travelers seeking an upgrade on their next city break should look to Niccolo Hotels’ collection of contemporary chic properties. Thanks to the new Spring Inspirations offer, guests can enjoy the added comforts of a signature suite while saving up to 30 percent off best available rates; the promotion also includes breakfast for two. Bookings must be made at least four days in advance through niccolohotels.com and are valid for stays through April 29, 2022.

Scroll down for a quick roundup of suites at Niccolo properties in four business and leisure destinations. All are located in the International Finance Square development of their respective cities, and provide an excellent vantage point from which to admire the urban surroundings.

 

A suite bedroom at Niccolo Changsha with sweeping city views.

Niccolo Changsha — Explorer Suite

Pulling back the curtains of an Explorer Suite on level 87 of the 452-meter-high Changsha International Finance Square reveals astonishing views. These vistas stretch east across the wide Xiang River or south toward Yuelu Mountain, known for its scenic spots and a Confucian academy that dates back more than a thousand years. Decked out in neutral tones, the 80-square-metre suite has separate living and working areas that will suit families and corporate travelers alike, while its oversize marble bathroom features a large soaking tub (from RMB 2,615 per night).

 

The bedroom of an Explorer suite at Niccolo Chengdu.

Niccolo Chengdu — Explorer Suite

Housed in a gleaming glass tower, Niccolo Chengdu overlooks Taikoo Li, a low-rise pedestrianized precinct built around six heritage structures including the mid-19th-century Daci Temple. The elegant Explorer suites here span 110 square meters, and are characterized by a more formal aesthetic that makes them ideal for hosting meetings or small gatherings with friends. Guests can take advantage of the 24-hour in-room dining service and amenities like a miniature iPad; clad in white marble, the suite’s spa-like bathroom features a soaking tub and rain shower (from RMB 3,681).

 

The double-height living room of a Sky suite at Niccolo Chongqing.

Niccolo Chongqing — Sky Suite

Billed as the highest sky hotel in town, Niccolo Chongqing is located within easy reach of attractions such as the Chongqing Grand Theater and the city’s science and technology museum. Guests who book a duplex Sky suite can expect 118 square meters of living space and sweeping views of the CBD, the confluence of the Yangtze and Jialing rivers, as well as Hongyadong, a once-residential area of cliff-side stilt houses that is now a thriving entertainment district. Sky suites come with a four-seater dining table and a lounge framed by seven-meter windows, as well as a king bed on the mezzanine level (from RMB 6,999).

 

Inside a Sky suite at Niccolo Suzhou.

Niccolo Suzhou — Sky Suite

Ideal for longer stays and entertaining, Niccolo Suzhou puts guests in the heart of Suzhou Industrial Park and the uppermost floors of the city’s tallest skyscraper. Sky suites are just the place to soak up the sunset over Jinji Lake and the Suzhou skyline as it takes on a completely different character after dark. Measuring between 90 and 120 square meters, the accommodations are flooded with natural light during the daytime, and are done up in a soothing palette of grey and mauve with terracotta-hued accents (from RMB 3,010).

 

The Spring Inspirations offer guarantees a 30 percent discount for members of loyalty program Niccolo Discovery; non-members will save 20 percent on room rates. To sign in or register, click here.

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