Our low density guestrooms provide you with a high degree of privacy and comfort. All fully furnished with stylish furniture, modern fixtures and amenities.
Hotel guests will be granted access to a shared kitchen, self-service laundry facilities and complimentary WIFI.
This is the perfect place for travelers and business executives to stay and explore Hong Kong.
Enjoy the prosperity of Central District cityscapes in our 17-20 square-meter guestroom. Relax in the room with a double or queen bed, a shower room and tea making amenities.
Indulge in the stunning views of Victoria Harbour in our 23 square-meter guestroom. Relax in the room with a king bed, a shower room and tea making amenities
Wake up with the breathtaking view of the Victoria Harbour in our 26 square-meter high floor guestroom. Enjoy with a king bed, a shower room and tea making amenities.
Gaze at the panoramic view of the Victoria Harbour in our 26 square-meter guestroom. Enjoy with a king bed, a single bed, a shower room and tea making amenities.
Relish the amazing view of the Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal in our 26 square-meter quadruple guestroom. Furnished with two queen beds, a shower room and tea making amenities.
Treat yourself with a spectacular, comfortable and excellent accommodation experience in our 43 square-meter duplex room. Cosy living room, Open Kitchen and tea making facilities are in the lower unit of the room; while a king bed, a roll-out sofa bed and shower room are in the bedroom in the upper unit. Admiring the magnificent cityscape scenery from an elevated position will definitely be pleasing to the eyes.
The Hong Kong Observation Wheel is a 60-metre tall Ferris wheel located at the Central Harbourfront. It has 42 gondolas, including one VIP Gondola with leather seats and a clear glass bottom floor. All gondolas are equipped with air conditioners and communication systems. Each ride includes two to three spins and takes about 15 minutes. Each gondola can seat a maximum of eight people.
Landmark is a commercial complex owned by Hongkong Land in Central, Hong Kong. The complex consists of three office towers, namely Gloucester Tower, Edinburgh Tower and York House. Its retail podium, Landmark Atrium, forms the core component of the shopping mall LANDMARK.
Western Market is one of the oldest structures in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. The current structure, built in 1906, was the North Block of the original Western Market. It is the oldest surviving market building in the city. The former South Block was demolished in 1981 and its site is now occupied by the Sheung Wan Complex.
The International Finance Centre, abbreviated as IFC is a skyscraper and an integrated commercial development on the waterfront of Hong Kong's Central District. Based on structural heights; It is of similar height to the former World Trade Center. The Airport Express Hong Kong station is directly beneath it, with subway lines to Hong Kong International Airport.
PMQ (formerly, Police Married Quarters) is the historic site of the old Hollywood Road Police Married Quarters, which is now a mixed-use arts and design venue in Hong Kong. The site was built in 1889. After nearly 15 years of disuse, it was renamed PMQ and opened to the public. Its residential units were turned into exhibitions spaces, studios, shops and offices for creative enterprises.
Tai Kwun, or the Former Central Police Station Compound includes three declared monuments in Central, Hong Kong: the former Central Police Station, the Former Central Magistracy and the Victoria Prison. Surrounded by Hollywood Road, Arbuthnot Road, Chancery Lane and Old Bailey Street, the compound underwent a heritage revitalisation and reopened to the public on 2018 as Tai Kwun, a centre for heritage and arts.
The University of Hong Kong (abbreviated as HKU) is a public research university in Hong Kong. Founded in 1911, its origins trace back to the Hong Kong College of Medicine for Chinese, which was founded in 1887. It is the oldest tertiary institution in Hong Kong. HKU was also the first university established by the British in East Asia.
The Central Ferry Piers are situated on the northeast part of Central, Hong Kong Island. The ferries mostly depart to Outlying Islands in the New Territories, with the exception of Pier 1 serving as a government pier, and ferries from piers 7 and 8 going to Kowloon.
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